Oregon Ranch

Directions & Weather

Directions



Directions Traveling from Portland
  • Out of airport take NE Airport way for 2.5 miles
  • Merge onto 1-205 South for 1.9 miles
  • Merge onto I-84 East for approximately 128.8 miles to the Arlington Exit
    (Exit# 137)
  • Go south on Highway 19 for seventeen miles.
  • Turn left on Upper Rock Creek Road for 10 miles.
  • Turn left on Wolf Hollow Lane
  • Go approximately 100 yards and turn right (a hard right) at the gate to Highland Hills Ranch.
Directions Traveling From Pendleton
  • I-84 West approximately 71 miles to the Arlington Exit (exit# 137).
  • Go south on Highway 19 for seventeen miles.
  • Turn left on Upper Rock Creek Road and travel for 10 miles.
  • Turn left on Wolf Hollow Lane.
  • Go approximately 100 yards and turn right (a hard right) at the gate to Highland Hills Ranch.
Directions Traveling From Bend
  • US-97N approximately 59 miles
  • Take OR-293 towards Antelope for approximately 13.5 miles
  • Take OR-218 towards Fossil for approximately 34 miles
  • In Condon, turn north on OR-19/John Day Highway for approximately 8 miles
  • Turn right on Wolf Hollow Lane for approximately 5 miles.
  • Cross over Upper Rock Creek bridge, go approximately 100 yards and turn right (a hard right) at the gate to Highland Hills Ranch.

Condon Airport - Pauling Airfield
For those flying in via private plane we will pick up at the Condon Airport, approximately 20 minutes from the ranch.
3,500x60 feet
ID # 3S9
2911' Elevation
ATIS-122.9

Shuttle Service from Portland to Highland Hills Ranch
Referrals available upon request.

Charter Flights:
Air SF Charter: (650) 678-6700
Airborne Aircraft Management: (206) 295-3787
Aurora Aviation: (503) 678-1217
EvoJets: (877) 678-1217
Flight Craft: (503) 331-4271
Hillsboro Aviation: (503) 648-2831
Jetstream Aviation: (208) 345-3730
Superior Air: (541) 772-5660
WestAir Charter: (208) 338-1853

Helicopter Services:
Hillsboro Helicopter: (503) 648-2831
J R Helicopter: (509) 452-3300

Weather in Central Oregon

While it is impossible to predict the weather, for the most part it is mild in North Central Oregon. September, October and March usually offer the warmest temperatures for those who like hunting in shirt sleeves. November, December and January provide cooler weather with the occasional skiff of snow. February seems to be our transition month and is a terrific time to hunt. We are often asked "when is the best time to hunt" and truly the answer is "it's always good", it's just a matter of adjusting where we hunt based on the time of year. There is no shortage of birds from September through March. Being a high desert region we get very little rain or snow fall and what snow we do get doesn't usually stick. Like most hunting destinations, layers are recommended. Mornings and evening will require a warm jacket and sturdy hunting boots are a good idea.