Douglas Lorain

Douglas Lorain


DOUGLAS LORAIN'S family moved to Oregon when he was six years old, and he's lived there ever since. Now a tax accountant living in Portland, he's explored every nook, cranny, and corner of his home state over the last few decades. All told he's logged over 16,000 hiking miles in Oregon. In an average year, he spends 150 to 200 days on the trail and hikes between 1500 and 2000 miles, most of it in Oregon. In 1988 he wrote his first book, Backpacking Oregon for Wilderness Press. It was followed by Backpacking Washington, Afoot & Afield -- Portland/Vancouver, and Backpacking Idaho. His photographs have been featured in scenic photography books such as Discovering Oregon and Volcano--Mount St. Helens, as well as numerous scenic calendars for Oregon, Washington, Montana, Nevada, Wyoming, and Idaho; they have also been published in magazines such as Oregon Outside.

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