Things to see and do - Bend
Unmissable tourist sites
Bend Travel guide
Bend : Michelin's recommendations
This city of 72,000 hugs the banks of the Deschutes River. The Three Sisters mountains (among the state’s highest) and other snow-capped peaks provide a stirring backdrop to the west, with easy access to skiing, biking and rafting. This mountain getaway has cosmopolitan appeal, too. Early-20C downtown buildings house little boutiques and shops.
Tourist attractions Bend : Things to see and do
1001 SW Emkay Drive USA - Bend, OR 97702
Extending south of Bend from the Deschutes River to 7,987ft Paulina Peak, this US Forest Service-administered preserve embraces lava caves and tubes, pumice and cinder cones, fields of obsidian (black volcanic glass), ancient archeological sites, hik..
59800 S. Highway 97 USA - Bend, OR 97702
Nestled in a pine forest 3.5mi south of Bend's city limits, this facility is a unique blend of a small-scale zoo and a museum of regional history, culture and art. Open since 1982, the museum continues to grow-latest additions include a wing devoted ..
1001 SW Emkay Drive USA - Bend, OR
The monument's centerpiece is this 18sq mi caldera, within whose forested floor snuggle deep-blue Paulina and East lakes, a massive obsidian flow and numerous archeological sites. Beginning about a million years ago, the first of hundreds of volcanic..
154 Northeast Franklin Avenue USA - Bend OR 97701
Prix Prices from : 50 $
1430 Northwest Wall Street USA - Bend OR 97701
1626 Northwest Wall Street USA - Bend OR 97701
Prix Prices from : 149 $
Offering a daily continental breakfast and an indoor pool, this hotel features guest rooms with free Wi-Fi. Les Schwab Amphitheater is 2.5 miles away. A seating area with a TV is available in all guest rooms at the Fairfield Inn and Suites Bend Down..