Central Oregon


Extending east from the Cascades, Central Oregon’s landscape changes dramatically from the emerald valleys and peaks of Western Oregon to semi-arid scrublands, prairies, deserts, and meadows. The Sisters, a group of three snow-capped peaks of about 3,100 feet, tower up in Deschutes County, just east of the Cascades. This region of Oregon has truly become a nature’s playground, with opportunities for rock climbing, fly-fishing, mountain biking, hiking, and ballooning. In fact, Smith Rock in Terrebonne, Oregon, near Bend, is hailed as the birthplace of American sport climbing. This Central Oregon site attracts visitors from all around the globe. For those who prefer indoor recreation, Central Oregon’s cities feature galleries, fine cuisine, concerts, and cultural festivities in its developing and flourishing towns.


The largest city in Central Oregon is Bend, a city of 80,995 near the geographic middle of the state. Bend, Oregon, famous for its 300 days a year of sunshine, is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Touting itself as “A Place to Play”, Bend, Oregon features spectacular views of the Cascades, skiing on the nearby Mt. Bachelor, fabulous golf courses, and distinctive breweries. Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon is one of the most outstanding breweries in the state, the creator of such popular blends as Black Butte Porter, Obsidian Stout, and Mirror Pond Ale.



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