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backpacking
8 days ago

backpacking
8 days ago

We did a snow camping trip up the mountain and it was awesome. Amazing views of Bachelor, Broken Top, Three Sisters. Can see the city lights of Bend glowing in the distance at night. We snowshoed in and set up camp a few hundred feet below the summit. Snowshoes are a must in the winter, I think we had about 8 feet of snow out there. Snowmobiles are abundant around the base of the mountain, but not so much higher up. Also popular spot for back-country skiing, saw plenty of people doing that as well.

One of my favorite places to visit. Easy hike and beautiful view of the mountain. The trail isn't super maintained in some spots but it's still easy to get around. During the summer it's nice for fishing and canoeing/kayaking.

snowshoeing
21 days ago

Decent hike. great snowshoeing day we had clear skies.

Beautiful day. A bit crowded, but a wise investment of time regardless.

hiking
2 months ago

Great view at the summit, definitely worth it.

Great trail. Beautiful scenery on an October weekday. Enjoyed the diversity of views.

Great hike for fat out of shape people and their dogs. The scenery is amazing in the Fall, it is a good trail for those trying to get in shape. I hiked from Benham to Dillon and back.

Awesome trail with grear views.

Awesome hike! Beautiful Lake at the end!

Great hike.

I hiked to the top of Mt Bachelor in early September. The main parking lot was closed -- constructions under way -- and I decided to park at the Tumalo Mountain trailhead instead, which added about 1 mile to the round trip total.

The trail, as the site's track indicates, starts at the South-South-East corned of the parking lot. From there is it pretty much a constant up to the summit.

Tthe first half is rather easy despite the elevation gain. The trail is soft and clear of obstacles, making its way up the slope in the forested areas on the Northern Slope. This section ends after crossing the second service dirt road.

From that point on, the trail becomes progressively more rocky and the switchbacks tighter to navigate the steeper profile of the upper part of the mountains. Trees give way to the classic lava and cinder cone rubble that asks for a more careful foot-placing. There is also a bit of a false summit effect when trying to reach the upper lift structure.

the top itself is a fairly large area with a "mole hills' feeling at a handful or small cones and craters pepper the area. The best views are from the North-Western side where the Sisters, Broken Top are front and center, with the rest of the Cascade peaks in the distance.

For a relatively short climb ( less than 3 miles one way), this one is certainly 'action packed' when it comes to the 360 degree views

Hike to the top of Mt Bachelor in early September. The main parking lot was closed -- constructions under way -- and I decided to park at the Tumalo Mountain trailhead instead, which added about 1 mile to the round trip total.

The trail, as the site's track indicates, starts at the South-South-East corned of the parking lot. From there is it pretty much a constant up to the summit.

Tthe first half is rather easy despite the elevation gain. The trail is soft and clear of obstacles, making its way up the slope in the forested areas on the Northern Slope. This section ends after crossing the second service dirt road.

From that point on, the trail becomes progressively more rocky and the switchbacks tighter to navigate the steeper profile of the upper part of the mountains. Trees give way to the classic lava and cinder cone rubble that asks for a more careful foot-placing. There is also a bit of a false summit effect when trying to reach the upper lift structure.

the top itself is a fairly large area with a "mole hills' feeling at a handful or small cones and craters pepper the area. The best views are from the North-Western side where the Sisters, Broken Top are front and center, with the rest of the Cascade peaks in the distance.

For a relatively short climb (

Took my almost 3 year old up. Made it darn near all the way up on his own, only carried him 150 yards or so. Beautiful views at the top on a clear day. Saw as far as Mt Adams to north and Mt Mazama/Mt Scott in Crater Lake National Park to South.

Easy hike, kinda pretty!