Gorgeous Painted Hills in Oregon Will Light Up Your Eyes With Wonderment
The Painted Hills In Oregon Offers Breathtaking Views
The Painted Hills In Oregon Were Formed Over 40 Million Years Ago
Between Bend Oregon and John Day Oregon, You'll Find The Painted Hills
If you visit the Painted Hills, you'll be mesmerized by their beauty. The cool thing about the hills, they can look strikingly different depending on the different times of the day.
We took a bunch of pictures showing how amazing the hills look but you'd have to visit them in person to see their true beauty.
What Are The Directions To The Painted Hills In Oregon?
The Painted Hills Unit is located about 9 miles northwest of the town of Mitchell, Oregon. Distinguished by varied stripes of red, tan, orange, and black, this area preserves a sequence of past climate change.
The Painted Hills Unit also contains a diverse assemblage of leaf fossils aging 39-30 million years old called the Bridge Creek Flora and a small outcropping of rock containing animal fossils from 30-27 million years ago.
It was a fun day trip and we hiked up and down the different areas of the Painted Hills.
Take a look at some of the pictures we managed to snap during our trip
27 Beautiful Breathtaking Pictures Of Painted Hills Oregon
One of the things to remember when visiting the hills, they do ask people to respect the dirt and while we were there, several park rangers were on patrol to make sure the hills weren't disturbed.
You can get more details on the Painted Hills here.