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In the Heart of Bend, Oregon

Bend SUP Adventure Club

Bend SUP Adventure Club

SUP Adventures Club Provides: SUP Boards, Pro Carbon Adjustable Paddles, Board Leash, Personal Floatation Device & lessons! The best part is, just show up and all the gear is there ready to use! All skills levels are welcome. We look forward to exploring Central Oregon’s Paddle Board friendly lakes and rivers with you, your family & friends.

Now Offering: 2 Hour, 1/2 Day, Full Day Adventures
**Private group sessions available upon request 

Check out the upcoming adventures & let us help you reserve your spot for your visit to Bend. To learn more, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page HERE


Mt. Bachelor

Mt. Bachelor

Mt. Bachelor resort is conveniently located just 22 miles from Three Sisters Inn & Suites, on the beautiful Cascade Lakes Highway. The mountain offers over 4,300 acres of lift-accessible terrain, you won’t want to pass up a trip to the ski resort with the highest skiable elevation in all of Oregon and Washington!

There are more than 30 miles of groomed Nordic trails to delight cross-country skiers. Other activities at Mt. Bachelor include snow tubing, X-Country skiingsled dog rides, and snowshoeing.

View the daily conditions report here.


Deschutes National Forest

Deschutes National Forest

When you stay at The Bend Three Sisters Inn and Suites, the Deschutes National Forest and its miles of trails are right outside your front door! There are abundant wilderness routes for hiking and horseback riding. When snow covers the ground, the forest becomes a destination for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling

The Deschutes River is a destination for all types of water sports, including whitewater rafting, kayaking, Stand up Paddle, and world class fishing


Cycling

Cycling

Seemingly endless trails, scenic roads, and sunny weather make Central Oregon a dream for both mountain bikers and road cyclists. 

Mountain bikers can choose hundreds of miles of singletrack in nearby Deschutes National Forest, or hit up the downhill bike park at Mt. Bachelor (summer months only). 

For road cyclists, Deschutes Country offers a wide variety of scenic routes