World-famous climbing mecca and straight-up enchanting. The secret is out, so if you go mid-day on a weekend, expect to scavenge for parking. The best time to go is any evening in the summer. The crowds dies down, but the rock is still hot from the sun pounding on it all day. When you arrive at the…
August 27, 2020
People travel from all over the world to climb, hike, or just sightsee in this beautiful area. There is a $5 parking fee, and the views are worth a million dollars. Watch world class climbers navigate complex routes, birdwatch, or people watch. It's a short drive from the Hub City Hideaway, and easy…
July 28, 2020
Amazing views, great climbing, great hikes!!
July 25, 2020
If you have time do the entire loop of the hike. Takes a couple hours and is very steep but well worth it
July 22, 2020
19 miles away. Fantastic hiking and a rock climbing Mecca. There is a parking fee, bring pleanty of water.
“Discover the natural world and cultural history of the High Desert through artful exhibits, alluring animals, engaging programs and meaningful history. Great for families with a museum store and cafe. ”
“Such good food. And the best (in my humble opinion) wine menu in town. Their cellar has wines from all over the world, but the selection of the best of the best Oregon wines can’t be beat. Anything from Ken Wright Cellars will not disappoint. And you will never forgive yourself if you don’t order the BBQ Shrimp appetizer. You’ll dream about it later. The bar is great for solo-travelers. Make a reservation.”
“A quick 45 minute drive leads to the 5th largest ski area in the U.S. is a year-round destination for fun and amazing views. Snow lovers can enjoy stellar skiing conditions from November through May . Once the snow melts a little, it transforms into a downhill mountain bike Mecca with miles of trails. ”
“Fun Bend-style outside scene with some of Bend's best microbrews. Yard games and lounge areas, this place is super casual and dogs welcome. *A note about dogs in dog-friendly restaurants: we treasure our dog-friendly establishments, so if your dog can't be chill in this type of setting, you may be asked to leave doggie in the car.”