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RIVER ANGLERS (Flyfishing
THE SERVICE…Experience. Know How. Fun. Deschutes
River Anglers specializes in one thing: The Deschutes River Fly Fishing
Experience. We know there are other rivers, streams and lakes in central
oregon. We’ve fished most of them. And in the end, for us, there is still
only one river: The Lower D. Blue ribbon, native trout and steelhead in
a breathtaking canyon where whitewater and wildlife abound!!! This is
THE TRIPS...One day, One week, One hundred people? Give us enough
time and we can put together any kind of trip you would like. We specialize
in one to four day trips on the lower Deschutes river exclusively.(With
longer trips absolutely available!) Everything from BBQ lunches, weather
proof canvas wall tents, to flys is taken care of. See the scoll menu
on top of the page for a full description and photos of our camp and services.
Downhill waterfall mountain
bike tour is a safe, fun family excursion for all active ages. You will
descend over six miles down a smooth, gentle winding forest trail, on
your Mtn. Bike to the creek below. Exploring six pristine waterfalls and
playing on two natural waterslides will be the highlight of your vacation.
COUNTRY RAFT TOURS
Since 1978, Sun Country Raft Tours has been recognized
as one of the West's finest white water rafting companies. Our attention
to customer service, safety, exceptional equipment and facilities have
made us an industry leader. Our commitment to our guests begins with hand
crafting some of the best river trips anywhere and continues until we
have exceeded their expectations. Whether you choose the Upper Deschutes
River, McKenzie River, North Umpqua River or Lower Deschutes River your
Oregon rafting trip with Sun Country Raft Tours is sure to be the highlight
of your vacation. We invite you, your friends and family to join us for
an unforgettable Oregon rafting Trip on one of our spectacular Central
Oregon White Water Rafting, Hiking & Active Vacations on the Rogue River,
Owyhee River & in Crater National Park with O.A.R.S., a leader in Oregon
outdoor adventure since 1969.
We are one of the most established outfitters in Oregon—we’ve been guiding
guests down the Rogue River since 1969. Five of our guides have a collective
experience of 81 years leading river trips. More than a couple of guides
were born into the raft-guiding business. That’s a tremendous amount of
insight, wouldn’t you agree? We offer a variety of ways to experience
the Oregon wilderness: down a river in your choice of a raft, a dory or
an inflatable kayak; a multi-day hiking trip along the Wild & Scenic Rogue
River with raft support or a luxurious lodge-to-lodge rafting excursion.
Either choice offers hearty and delicious meals, peaceful accommodations,
sublime scenery, and unforgettable companionship.
Join Wanderlust Tours on an exploration into one of the
most beautiful spots in the West, the natural world of Central Oregon!
Wanderlust Tours is renowned for its professional, naturalist guides who
provide vibrant natural and cultural history interpretation to bring your
experience to life and create vacation memories you’ll never forget!
Exclusive Evening Canoe Trip for Sunriver Vacations and Mavericks
Guests: Paulina Lake Canoe Tour. Contact
us for more details 800.962.2826 or 541.389.8359
(Sunriver Homeowner's Aquatic Recreation Center)
With more than 2.5 acres of grass, plus indoor/outdoor recreation pools,
hot tub, water slides, lazy river and a tubing hill – you can splish,
splash, slide and sunbathe to your heart's content!
The Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory is a private, not-for-profit
scientific and educational organization in Sunriver, Oregon. Our services
include interpretive exhibits, large scale public observatory, educational
programs, botanical garden, and a nature trail. Our enthusiastic staff
and volunteers provide a fun and thoughtful view of our natural environment.
ROCK STATE PARK
Smith Rock State Park encompasses 651 acres on the Oregon high desert
plateau which hovers around 3000 feet in elevation. Hiking
trails offer spectacular views of the
surrounding area. You can spend 30 minutes walking along the river or
a half day making a loop on the entire trail system that extends outside
of the park. People climb year-round, but summer temperatures can reach
100+ degrees (f), and in the dead of winter the thermometer stays close
to the freezing mark (32f) during the day. Spring and fall are the most
popular climbing months. Located just a short distance North and East
Like No Place Else on Earth, Crater Lake has inspired people for hundreds
of years. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in
color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque
islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty,
and an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom. Crater Lake is located
in Southern Oregon on the crest of the Cascade Mountain range, 100 miles
(160 km) east of the Pacific Ocean. It lies inside a caldera, or volcanic
basin, created when the 12,000 foot (3,660 meter) high Mount Mazama collapsed
7,700 years ago following a large eruption. Generous amounts of winter
snow, averaging 533 inches (1,354 cm) per year, supply the lake with water.
There are no inlets or outlets to the lake. Crater Lake, at 1,943 feet
(592 meters) deep, is the seventh deepest lake in the world and the deepest
in the United States. Evaporation and seepage prevent the lake from becoming
LANDS VISITOR CENTER & LAVA RIVER CAVES
From Sunriver, begin your journey by heading North on Highway 97 towards
Bend. As you approach Lava Butte, curiosity will make you stop at the
Lava Lands Visitor Center. Inside are informed Deschutes National Forest
representatives and wonderful displays to tell you about the geologic
history of Central Oregon. Drive or hike to the top of Lava Butte for
a world class view of the Cascade Mountain Range and the nearby lava flows.
Heading back out on Highway 97, drive North about a half-mile for a trek
through the Lava
River Cave. The
cave is the largest uncollapsed lava tube n Oregon. It is closed from
mid-October to mid-April due to the hibernation of resident bats. Walking
to the end of the cave you will travel about a mile through 100-foot high
ceilings as well as places accessible only by crawling.