Culver, Oregon

Top Spots in and near Culver

  • Sisters, Oregon

    Snowshoe to the Mountain View Shelter

    5.0
    4 mi / 500 ft gain
    A short hike from the sno-park, the snow shelter is within an hour's reach of the trailhead. Make sure to print a trail map of the area's routes ahead of time, or take a picture of the map provided in the parking lot, as the network of trails can get you a little lost.From the parking lot, make s...
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Tumalo Falls

    4.4
    0.42 mi / 62 ft gain
    The viewpoint is only footsteps from the parking area, and gives the best view of the 89-foot falls. A half mile trail leads visitors up to the upper viewpoint, right next to the falls. From there, Middle Tumalo Falls is around one and a quarter miles up the trail and Happy Valley is around three...
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Tumalo Creek Loop

    5.0
    9.79 mi / 1437 ft gain
    This Loop begins at the Tumalo Falls View Point; however, the trail continues for another 3 miles. Although the first waterfall is certainly spectacular, this creek has cascading falls about every half mile. These water falls are indicative of the famous geology in the Three Sisters Wilderness....
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Snowshoe or XC Ski to Tumalo Falls

    3.5
    5 mi / 500 ft gain
    If you are looking to Hike to Tumalo Falls in any season other than winter, click here!In the summer, Tumalo Falls can be a great destination to drive up and hang out due to the fact that you can park near the base of the falls. Because of this, it can get quite crowded! However, in the winter, t...
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Tumalo Falls Loop

    6.87 mi / 1237 ft gain
    Tumalo Falls Loop is a loop trail with stunning scenery including the adventure titled, Tumalo Falls. This trail is located near Bend, Oregon.
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Tumalo Falls and Double Falls

    5.0
    2.01 mi / 318 ft gain
    Tumalo Falls and Double Falls is an out-and-back trail that takes you by two stunning waterfalls located near Bend, Oregon. This trail is dog friendly on-leash. 
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Deschutes River Trail: Lava Island Trailhead to Benham Falls

    13.13 mi / 673 ft gain
    Deschutes River Trail: Lava Island Trailhead to Benham Falls is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near La Pine, Oregon.
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  • Detroit, Oregon

    Boca Cave & Triangulation Peak

    4.0
    4.75 mi / 1053 ft gain
    Triangulation Peak, Spire Rock and Boca Cave TH #3372 The trail starts on level ground where you travel east along the top of the ridge. There are multiple trees that have fallen across the trail making the hike quite adventurous. Some trees you'll go over and some you will need to go under. Dep...
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  • Lane County, United States

    Backpack the Obsidian Area

    4.4
    6 mi / 1800 ft gain
    The Obsidian area is at least six miles from the closest trail head and 1800 feet of elevation gain. The best way to see the area is to plan a multi-day backpacking adventure. It is limited entry which is strictly enforced by the Forest Service. Only 30 day hikers and 40 overnight hikers are al...
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  • Lane County, Oregon

    Summit Middle Sister via Renfrew Glacier

    20 mi / 6000 ft gain
    If you’ve been anywhere near Central Oregon, you’ve seen the Three Sisters Mountains dominate the skyline. Each of these volcanoes exceeds 10,000 ft. and are some of the highest peaks in the state of Oregon. Though they are truly considered sister peaks to one another, each has unique climbing ro...
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  • Deschutes County, Oregon

    Broken Top Trail to No Name Lake

    4.7
    4.84 mi / 1198 ft gain
    The hike takes you along a glacial lake and to unbeatable mountain views at the end. It’s a hidden gem! The trail isn’t marked and the best way to get there is know someone that’s been before. The lake is unbelievably beautiful with deep blue glacial water and the view of the mountains at the end...
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  • Bend, Oregon

    Hike Bessie Butte

    4.4
    1.5 mi / 500 ft gain
    Just a mere 15 minutes outside of Bend, Oregon the Bessie Butte Trail is a wonderfully scenic hike to overlook Bend on one side and the Deschutes National Forest on the other. The butte provides an excellent view of the surrounding mountains of which there are many: Mount Bachelor, The South Sist...
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  • Lane County, Oregon

    Camp at Scott Lake

    Scott Lake Campground is truly a hidden gem off the McKenzie Pass Scenic Drive. Nestled right next to the Mt Washington Wilderness Area, this small campsite with only 20 primitive sites lining the lake gives spectacular views over toward the Three Sisters to the South-East.To get there - turn ont...
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  • Lane County, Oregon

    Tenas Lakes via Benson Lake Trail

    3.5
    4.93 mi / 755 ft gain
    Starting from Scott Lake in the Willamette National Forest, take the Benson Lake Trail head that starts at the end of the road. This climbs gradually up to Benson Lake, a large, deep, cold lake. From there follow the trail up until you see a junction and a sign to Tenas Lakes. Follow this trail u...
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  • Linn County, Oregon

    Mountain Bike the McKenzie River Trail

    26 mi / -2200 ft gain
    Mountain biking the McKenzie River Trail should be on every serious mountain biker's to-do list, since this trail has repeatedly been cited as the best mountain biking in the United States. The whole trail is an all-day, 26 mile epic, losing 2200 feet of elevation as it parallels the McKenzie Ri...
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  • Shaniko, Oregon

    Explore Shaniko's Ghost Town

    Heading south from Wasco, the scenery trades off between new farms and old abandoned homesteads. Most areas are fenced off along the road to keep in the roaming cattle, but now and then there is access to adventure off and visit the places that the settlers decided on in the 18-1900's.About 50 mi...
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