Q: About how many miles/km do the Dunes stretch along Oregon’s South Coast?
A: 40 miles (65 km). Formed by the ancient forces of wind, water and time, these dunes are like no others in the world. This is the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America.
Q: In 1895, an 18-foot wooden boat was used to travel upriver and deliver mail to residents along the Rogue River’s wild and scenic area – how long did this trip take?
A: The boat was pushed, pulled and carried upstream with the assistance of sail, poles and oars. It would take four days to complete the 40 mile (65 km) journey upriver.
Q: What is unique about the stand of Redwoods along the Chetco River near Brookings?
A: It is the northernmost stand of Redwoods in North America.