Deschutes River Trail

Farewell Bend Park, Oregon

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Deschutes River Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Bend, Oregon. It is within Farewell Bend Park. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 3,611 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 269 feet. Along the trail there are parking and a bench.
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Deschutes River Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Bend, Oregon. It is within Farewell Bend Park. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 3,611 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 269 feet. Along the trail there are parking and a bench. This trail connects with the following: Central Oregon Canal Trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Farewell Bend Park
Distance: 1.4
Elevation Gain: 269 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 3,611 feet
Top Elevation: 3,687 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Deschutes River Trail
Parks: Farewell Bend Park
Elevation Min/Max: 3610/3687 ft
Elevation Start/End: 3611/3611 ft

Deschutes River Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"You’ll find this section of the Deschutes River Trail near the three iconic smokestacks that mark the Old Mill District in the heart of Bend. Like most of the Pacific Northwest, Bend’s early livelihood was a thriving timber industry."

"Along the Deschutes River between Bend and Sunriver. Beautiful scenery, including three class 5 falls on the Deschutes river and lava flows; rolling singletrack."

Recent Trail Reviews

6/14/2008
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Good trail, but a fair number of hikers. If you do the trail from Sunriver, it is easy to get a little lost once you get to the Meadows picnic area. Still not sure exactly where to go from there to Bend. Fast single track was fun. Never seen so many woop-dee-doos!


8/22/2005
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Great singletrack and rolling terrain. No substantial climbing to speak of.



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