In 1834, stories of the Western frontier drew a Massachusetts inventor named Nathaniel Wyeth to the Oregon territories. The Wyeth Trail did not lead its namesake to fame and fortune, but his path endured to become part of the Oregon Trail’s 2,170 miles. With a balanced pattern of peaks, this pattern shows a perilous trail passing through dry plains, fertile valleys, and pristine rivers, surrounded on both sides by the beautiful mountain ranges of Oregon.
Design © Pendleton Woolen Mills, Inc.
Made in the USA
Coaster Rug® dimensions - approximate finished size: 3.5" x 5.5" (including fringe) and .16" thick. Set of 4.