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A Mountain Biker's Dream Hotel: LOGE Bend, Oregon

Mountain bikers, rock climbers, hikers, skiers, and paddlers alike will find their paradise at LOGE's Bend location.

By: Liam McNally + Save to a List

Bend, Oregon is one of the most well-known adventure meccas in the West and for good reason. With world-class trails for hiking and biking, epic rivers for kayaking and river rafting, a thriving music scene and an excessive supply of delicious craft beer, who wouldn't want to visit this place?

When planning a trip to this little slice of Oregonian heaven, LOGE Bend is the place to stay.

They host regular live music, there's a cafe and bar on site, and at this kind of place, you're bound to make quick friends with the other guests. With plenty of open communal spaces throughout the property, you'll never feel cooped up. Although, the rooms look so comfortable that I wouldn't blame you for spending some down time in there as well. 

Just a 20-minute drive to Mt. Bachelor and a 15-minute bike ride to downtown breweries and restaurants (Deschutes Brewery and many others call Bend home), the LOGE location finds the perfect balance between accessibility while still feeling remote. Whatever activity you're heading into the mountains for, LOGE has you covered with evo Mountain Bike Performance Demo Center + Retail Store and safe and secure lockers for ski and snowboard storage. Ah, and don't forget the pool and hot tub!

Click here to learn more about the LOGE Bend location and book your trip now!

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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