La Quinta Inn Bend
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... images of sunscreened tourists, WNS is a non-native fungus that has killed more than 5.7 million bats in Eastern North America just since its introduction in 2006. Understandably, the Park Service is doing all it can to prevent its spread to the Western States. Having never been to any cave before, I got a clean bill of health. Those with prior cave exposure, however, must go through a fairly ...
We went to the Newberry National Volcanic Monument which is between Sunriver and Bend. This site was established by Congress in 1990. This site includes 50,000+ acres of lakes, lava flows, and spectacular geologic features in central Oregon. The highest point in the Monument is Paulina Peak (7985 feet) showcasing views of the Oregon Cascades and the High Desert. The volcano remains active to this day; it is both seismically ...
... It was a 20 minute trip to the falls and a 4 mile R/T hike. After artriving I stripped down to a few layers for the hike. After fast walking the trail about a mile, I was down to a T-Shirt.
The Gallery photo and my photos from Tumalo can be viewed in this entry. The professional photographers photo may be enhanced and the moss color and density may vary year to year. I'm pretty sure this was the place. Didnt matter, what a beautiful place!
... Cove trail. They do about 8 tours a day in the summer and those are the only boats on the water. (besides a research boat) We than headed up the rim on the path again. I was not as frightened going up, but was much more out of breath. (Crater Lake sits at 7000 feet) But I made it and the kids did great! We than drove around the rim and were amazed at the size of the lake. It is six miles long, and over 1900 feet deep (the ...
... lake. The only exit from the lake is in the form of seepage through springs—one of which forms the beginning of the Klamath River.
To the west at the north end of CLNP lie the Pumice Plains. This is pretty barren after what we've just driven through and seen from the rim of Crater Lake. This material is considered a glass instead of ash, which may be the reason we don't see much growing on the Pumice Plains. ...