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Mt. Bachelor Summer

Hike up, mountain bike down or take a leisurely chairlift ride above a dormant volcano this summer at Mt. Bachelor, where you can also challenge friends and family to 18 holes of on-mountain disc golf and dine on a deck at sunset at the mountain's Pine Marten Lodge. Typically open through the fall, the Mt. Bachelor downhill bike park spans more than 10 miles of trails, excavated to singletrack.

Nearby, bustling Bend, Oregon offers up more than two dozen golf courses, fly fishing, rock climbing, white water rafting, and tours of the beer, cultural, historic and culinary kind, among many others. For a more mellow summer vacation experience, full-service and day spas abound.

RVers Can Camp At Mt. Bachelor

Mt. Bachelor now has dry camping available for self-contained RVs. Full Article

Biking Mt. Bachelor

Central Oregon is one of the friendliest two-wheel regions in North America, from sweeping singletrack descents to heart-bursting road rides. Bicycling Magazine ranked it in its Top Five places to ride a few years ago. A combination of cool, Ponderosa pine-scented mountain air, uncrowded roads an...

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Take a Ride at Mt. Bachelor

A vacation to Central Oregon provides opportunities for golfing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, river rafting, and a chance to enjoy the spectacular scenery for which the area is known. Take a chairlift ride to get the lay of the land.

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  • Fishing Mt. Bachelor

    A vacation to Central Oregon provides opportunities for golfing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, river rafting, and a chance to enjoy the spectacular scenery for which the area is known. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Walking And Hiking Mt. Bachelor

    A vacation to Central Oregon provides opportunities for golfing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, river rafting, and a chance to enjoy the spectacular scenery for which the area is known. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Exploring Mt. Bachelor's Past

    To really understand an area you have to know its past. Luckily, visitors seeing Mt. Bachelor for the first time have their pick of museums to choose from. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Mt. Bachelor: A Nice Spot For A Picnic

    Sawyer Park: A lovely city park with numerous rock formations along the Deschutes River with picnic and BBQ pits available. The trail along the river is used by bikers, hikers, and runners alike. Travel north on Highway 97 and turn left at the stop light at O.B. Riley Road. Travel north for about one-quarter mile, and turn left into the park. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Crosswater at Sunriver

    (800-801-8765; http://www.sunriver-resort.com) Sunriver Resort, Sunriver, OR. Crosswater, designed by award-winning architect Bob Cupp, was designated as one of America's 100 Greatest Courses by Golf Digest magazine. Situated on 600 magnificently scenic acres of woodlands and carefully preserved wetlands, Crosswater is threaded by the gently flowing Deschutes and Little Deschutes Rivers. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Biking Mt. Bachelor

    Central Oregon is one of the friendliest two-wheel regions in North America, from sweeping singletrack descents to heart-bursting road rides. Bicycling Magazine ranked it in its Top Five places to ride a few years ago. A combination of cool, Ponderosa pine-scented mountain air, uncrowded roads and trails, and easy access right from the center of town make Bend a great place to ride. Bike rentals are available at the base lodge every day. Full Article

    1st May 2009

  • Take a Ride at Mt. Bachelor

    A vacation to Central Oregon provides opportunities for golfing, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, river rafting, and a chance to enjoy the spectacular scenery for which the area is known. Take a chairlift ride to get the lay of the land. Full Article

    1st May 2009

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