10 winter activities in central oregon
Don’t tell spring, summer, or fall, but winter might be our favorite season of all! Plan your stay over select dates through March 21st and receive your 4th night free.

Ski Mt. Bachelor

With a little bit of preparation, your powder day will be all fun and no fuss!

  • Step One: Check Road Conditions (Tripcheck.com)
  • Step Two: Order Your Passes (MtBachelor.com)
  • Step Three: Show Up Early for First Come, First Serve Parking
  • Step Four: Ski Down (be sure to wear a face covering)


Bring your own, or rent snowhoes at Powder House, and head to Virginia Meissner Sno-Park just off of Cascade Lakes Highway. The 3.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail is good for all skill levels, plus stop for snacks and a drink (make sure you pack your own) at the warming hut.


Head out on a Central Oregon adventure to Wanoga Sno-Park. This recreation area is perfect for sledding, but also for hiking and snowmobiling—making it fun for the entire family.


If you're looking for something a little more low key during your winter getaway, head to the Old Mill District or Downtown Bend for shopping. There are plenty of local shops where you will find unique gifts, clothing, and more.

fat bike

Mountain bikers rejoice! You can bike in Central Oregon in all four seasons—even when there’s snow on the ground. At Wanoga Sno-Park, you’ll find trails that are groomed all winter long. If you don't have a fat bike, head to Project Bike Bend or Pine Mountain Sports for rentals.

Plan Your Stay

We’ve got you covered with vacations homes from downtown Bend to Sunriver. Most are family-friendly and pet-friendly, and many feature hot tubs and fireplaces, perfect for this chilly but cozy season.