Mt. Bachelor is one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest ski areas. Every type of terrain is available and the runs follow the natural contours of ... More
Mt. Bachelor is one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest ski areas. Every type of terrain is available and the runs follow the natural contours of the mountain with a total of 3,683 skiable acres to play around in. There's cross-country action, too. ActivitiesSnowboarding: All 71 runs are open to skiers and snowboarders along with 3 terrain parks and a superpipe. Full snowboard and boot rental facility; clinics offered daily.Cross Country Profile: 56 kilometers of machine groomed trails at the base of Mt. Bachelor. Nordic lodge with ski, boot, and snowshoe rentals, as well as a retail shop and cafe.LodgingThere is no lodging on the mountain, but 17 properties with 3,000 beds are available through the Central Oregon Visitors Association. Lift and lodging packages available along with plenty of motels in Bend.Winter RecreationIce skating, dogsled rides, snowshoeing, telemarking, cross country skiing, tubing, and sleigh rides. An abundance of restaurants at the resort. Movie theaters, many more restaurants, nightly entertainment, art galleries, and shops are in nearby Bend and Sunriver.
Mt Bachelor is great! But i wish they'd (or yahoo travel) keep up their website for snow fall! It hasn't been updated since May and I can see snow on the mountain from my house. If you're an avid skier, snowshoer, boarder or whatever of any kind...Any amount of snow is exciting and the anticipation begins....By keeping up the web inches, it'll insure that Mt. Bachelor is on their mind!