Just 22 miles west of Bend, Mount Bachelor is a strato-volcano that you can literally ski down all 360 degrees of the mountain. Known for its dry snow, large snowpack and long ski season, Mount Bachelor frequently ranks in the top-10 ski areas in North America. With chalet-style accommodations and excellent apres-ski activities for all walks of life, you can have achieve the ski vacation of your dreams.
Start Your Day: The Row – A hidden gem on the way to Mt. Bachelor, actually at the Tetherow golf resort. Excellent food and drinks and a beautiful view greet you before your time to head up to the mountains.
Arrive at the Mountain – You truly can ski all morning here and at whatever your skill level, be ready to give your legs some rest. We can provide and arrange with you the guidance on how to best suit the arrival, location, tickets, and trails to best suit your needs.
Mid Day Eats: Pine Marten Lodge – Pine Marten Lodge is perched at the top of the Pine Marten Chair. The high-speed lift can take you to your lunch destination where you can perch yourself and enjoy restaurant luxury dining and soak in the view of the Central Oregon Cascades.
Afternoon Ski: The Summit – After lunch head to the summit, if you are adventurous pop off your board or skis and hike to the summit post. From there you can pick and choose your level to get down to the bottom. From natural half-pipes to long fields of powder, the choice is yours.
Time to dine: Pine Tavern – It is an Icon of Bend and no visit would be complete without dining at this gem. Don’t miss the Pine trees growing out of the dining area and definitely don’t miss the honey scones.
Late Night Fun: McMennamins Fire Pits – McMenamins is an Oregon icon. You may or may not know of them if you are reading this. That said, there are as many mysteries at the Bend location as there are fire pits. So, put your apres-biking suit on and get warm by one of the pits and go explore.