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Bend, is a warm, inviting mountain getaway with a cosmopolitan appeal. Majestic, snow-capped peaks adorn the high-desert skyline, making for some of the best weather in Oregon. Think sun-drenched days and cool nights along with endless options for plenty of play time. Playing at Mt. Bachelor, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, or taking a sled dog ride are just a few of the outdoor adventures you can tackle. In Summer Bend outdoor activities range from fishing and hiking to swimming, rock climbing, and biking in the nearby Deschutes National Forest. There are over two dozen scenic challenging golf courses from the top course designers to choose from.

Dubbed the “outdoor playground of the West” for a thousand good reasons, Bend is world famous for both its outdoor pursuits and pristine beauty. You can catch an art exhibit, spoil yourself at one of our many spas, or trek the legendary Bend Ale Trail, the largest beer trail in the West. Dining is an amazing experience as Bend has drawn some of America’s most innovative and accomplished chefs with international accolades. Whether you crave contemporary versions of European and Italian classics, upscale American ranch, Japanese or wood-fired pizza, you will find the very best of culinary culture in Bend.


Nestled at the base of the majestic Three Sisters Mountains, Sisters is a charming western village proud of its heritage with unique shops, galleries, and restaurants.  The town of Sisters is named after the three peaks that dominate the nearby central Cascade Mountain range. As you stroll around this ‘Old West’ town, enjoying the boutiques, antique galleries and artist’s studios, those three peaks are ever visible.

Sisters, Oregon is a wonderland of lakes, mountains, and rivers, a paradise for hikers, flyfishermen, paddlers, mountain bikers, birders, skiers and horseback riders. From the sagebrush of the high desert to the magnificent forests on the flanks of the Cascades, you’ll find a lifetime’s worth of exploration and adventure.


Aptly named as a hotbed of natural-history relics, this Eastern Oregon hamlet offers multiple ways to explore the stories of the landscape. Hiking trails at John Day Fossil Beds National Monument reveal awe-inspiring views of the multicolored landscape. Cowboy up at nearby Wilson Ranches Retreat, and do-si-do at the annual bluegrass festival in July.

The John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is a paleontology site where fossils such as mollusks, which lived on what was a beach 100 million years ago, are found in abundance. The monument consists of three separate sites; Sheep Rock, Painted Hills, and Clarno. Visit Sheep Rock for its unique blue-green rock layers, and the Thomas Condon Palaeontology Center, where you can watch the scientists at work. Head west to the Painted Hills where barren hillsides look brushed with eye-catching hues, from ochre and blazing yellow to green.

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