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Discover Central Oregon Through Adventure Calls Web Series

Adventure Calls is the web series created by photographer Chad Copeland with Central Oregon’s tourist board to showcase the regions highlights.

To offer a virtual experience that everyone can enjoy via their website or on YouTube, Visit Central Oregon have been running episodes of their Adventure Calls series since April. Compiled of eight episodes, with a new one released each fortnight, the series is due to run until July.  

Hosted by National Geographic photographer, Chad Copeland, the series highlights the areas main attractions in recreation, culture, art and gastronomy. Features include white water rafting along the Deschutes River, classical music at the top of Mt. Bachelor, craft beer and food tasting plus rides by horseback, bike and motorcycle.     

In search of new adventures Chad, who also filmed parts of Planet Earth for the BBC meets sled dogs, dines in a national forest and explores the western trails.

Offering outdoor activities including hiking, climbing, cycling and golf at various destinations, Central Oregon continually attracts outdoor enthusiasts. This series is to show that they have even more to offer.

Warm Springs, Redmond, La Pine and Prineville are just some of the cities within Central Oregon.

The first five episodes of Winter Haven, Voice of Deschutes, Mountain Respite, Western Trails and Best Friend are already available to watch. The final three episodes will be released on 17th June, 1st July and 15th July.

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Image: Visit Central Oregon

Adventure Calls with Chad Copeland is a Central Oregon adventure film series that can be viewed via the Visit Central Oregon tourist board’s website or the Visit Central Oregon YouTube channel which is also home to other regional videos.

The diverse landscape, coastline and nature of Oregon was also previously showcased via the Only Slightly Exaggerated animated campaign by Travel Oregon in 2019 to attract visitors to Oregon’s beaches, deserts and forests.

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