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Oregon Trail pioneer Ezra Meeker erected this boulder near Pacific Springs on Wyoming's South Pass in 1906.[1]


Almost to the end of the Oregon Trail in Baker City, OR. Just goes to show that with perseverance you CAN get to where you're headed. Might not be easy or pretty but it is possible. #NationalParks


The Oregon Trail was a trail that stretched over 2,200 miles. It was a wagon trail that connected the Missouri River to the valleys in Oregon. It covered many different states such as Oregon, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Idaho and Wyoming. The Oregon trail was used by many people like settlers, farmers, miners and their families.