Top Adventures in Terrebonne

  • Sport Climb 5 Gallon Buckets at Smith Rock

    The huge huecos of 5 Gallon Buckets are often the first piece of rock that a climber touches on his or her first trip to the park. The fun and consistent 5.8 climbing is straightforward and enjoyable as a warmup or a top-rope.This is the left-most...

  • Hike and Camp at Smith Rock

    Park your vehicle in the bivouac parking area and hike 200 yards west to the tent campsites. Set up your home away from home at one of the undesignated cliff side campsites overlooking the park. Although it is famous for rock climbing, Smith Rock ...

    6 miles 900 ft gain

  • Climb Smith Rock's Zebra-Zion

    This is THE multipitch line at Smith...you have to do it!Pitch 1: The first pitch has many variations from 5.7 to 5.11. These lines share the first pitch anchor: Zebra Direct(5.11a), Zebra Seam (5.11d), and Gumby (5.10b). Take any of these lines t...

  • Hike Misery Ridge Loop

    This hike takes you on a tour of the park, starting out with a steep climb up to the top of the formations and then back down past Monkey Face and to the canyon floor. It's a very popular place so if you're hoping for solitude start early -- the l...

    4 miles 1000 ft gain

  • Hike the Summit Trail Loop at Smith Rock

    Smith Rock State Park is an iconic PNW canyon that's become one of the rock climbing capitals of the country, and known worldwide for its sport climbing routes. And while climbing draws crowds year-round, adventurers also visit for its trail syste...

    7.6 miles 1675 ft gain

  • Snow Camp at Smith Rock

    Just 140 miles southeast of Portland, and 27 miles north of Bend, lies a clustering of rocks more prominently referred to as Smith Rock.This intricate rock formation is a mecca for climbers during the warm summer months, however the landmark unvei...

    3 miles 350 ft gain

  • Hike to Steelhead Falls

    Following along the Dechutes river for half a mile you will see where the river progressively gets more aggressive. On both sides of the trail you will see beautiful mountain inclines and jagged cliffs. If your lucky you might just see a bald eagl...

    1 miles 120 ft gain

  • The Sisters to Smith Rock Ride

    Starting in the "Old West" town of Sisters, Oregon and ending at Smith Rock State Park outside the small town of Terrebonne, this route takes riders past a variety of historical sites, shows the gentle curves of the Deschutes River and frames spec...

    36.6 miles 597 ft gain

  • McKenzie River Pass Full Day Ride

    The 38 mile McKenzie Pass ride is without a doubt the most spectacular bike ride in the entire state of Oregon. The ride begins at the Village Green Park in Sisters, Oregon, along Oregon Route 242, which is a stretch of roadway included on the U.S...

    38 miles 2191 ft gain

  • Mountain Bike the Peterson Ridge Trail

    Bend, Oregon has a deserved reputation as one of the top mountain bike destinations in the country. Unless you are from the area, you might not be familiar with nearby Sisters. Sisters is a sleepy western-themed town of 3,000 better known for it's...

    16.1 miles 1167 ft gain

  • Ride the Twin Bridges Loop

    Starting and ending at Drake Park in the heart of downtown Bend, the Twin Bridges Loop is one of the most popular and scenic road cycling routes in Central Oregon.The Twin Bridges Loop covers 36 miles of rolling terrain and offers breathtaking vie...

  • Float or Paddle The Deschutes River

    Looking for something fun to do in Bend when the weather gets warm? Look no further. The easiest way to make this happen is to take your crew down to Riverbend Park. There's ample parking, on-site rentals of all kinds, and a beach for launching. T...

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