Ashland, Oregon

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This incredibly biodiverse region is only a short 15-minute drive from the Medford Airport, a 4.5-hour drive from Portland or an easy 5.5 hours from the Bay Area. It's breath-taking and offers year-round outdoor activities. From the pristine, deep blue waters of Crater Lake to the wild rivers and enchanting forests of the Klamath and Rogue River Basins, to the majestic mountain peaks of the Siskiyou and Cascade ranges, Southern Oregon holds adventures for everyone.

Conference venue:

 

Ashland Hills hotel & Suites

Imagine yourself gathering on a quiet side of town just 3 miles from downtown Ashland on an inspired 14-acre property, resting in the intimate courtyard patio, connecting in our spacious conference room, and tasting the essence of Oregon at Luna Café.

Location Information: 2525 Ashland Street, Ashland, Oregon 97520 // 855-482-8310

http://ashlandhillshotel.com

book a room at ashland hills hotel & suites

Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites has spacious rooms and suites with room to dream during your Southern Oregon visit, featuring newly renovated with comfortable, one-of-a-kind, retro-modern furnishings. Many rooms include private balconies with inspiring views of the surrounding Ashland Hills, showcasing the spectacular glory of each of our seasons. Adjoining rooms available upon request. If you book a room at Ashland Hills Hotel please tell them you're a participant in "Tending the Threshold." If you book through another service, such as expedia, please call the hotel afterward and let the know you're participating in our conference. Thank you!

Other Accommodation Options

We want this experience to be affordable for everyone. Here are some other accommodation suggestions that are just a short distance from the conference:

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Rodeway Inn: 541-482-5111

Relax Inn: 541-482-4423

Super 8: 541-482-8887

Airbnb (Ashland, Oregon 97520)


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