Looking for a great trail near Bend, Oregon? AllTrails has 110 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Smith Rock State Park or Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Riverbend Park or Shevlin Park. Ready for some activity? There are 53 moderate trails in Bend ranging from 1 to 21.4 miles and from 3,494 to 7,775 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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mountain biking
blowdown
muddy
1 day ago

MARCH 25 2019
I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS TRAIL TO ALL TYPES OF BIKERS.
It’s such a nice trail that we had to do it twice.
Still had some snow but not enough to slow you down.
It rained a little and was shocked to only see a few people. But then we went early in the morning on a Monday. Around 3 pm all the hikers and runners showed up. But on the trail we only seen 3 mountain bikers.
1 tree blow down, on the way back.
Some snow towards the end.
There was some muddy areas that we tried to avoid.
Good time to go cause there was no bugs.

mountain biking
blowdown
muddy
snow
1 day ago

hiking
closed
1 day ago

This trail is CLOSED from February 1 - August 31 for Raptor mating season.

1 day ago

nice view on top

2 for the hike and 4 for the falls. hike is easy on gravel road (trailhead is closed) with not much to look at. go when the road is open and drive right to the base of the falls.

Summer Trail only. Was told by Ski Patrol that climbing up without skis to ski down wasn’t allow til summer but that’s still only allowed on the winter climb route.

You can either hike up the paved driveway or the dirt path! Awesome 360 degree views of Bend! Dog-friendly.

4 days ago

Trail head is closed. Otherwise, the added 2 miles to reach trail head is not bad at all - which is fairly flat and has gravel.

hiking
no shade
6 days ago

Sandy trail thru scrub. Boring.

awesome and easy for anyone

hiking
closed
9 days ago

Gate was closed. Covered in snow. If you walk from the gate it adds 5 miles and I didn’t have time to hike it. Sad since I was really looking forward to it.

Make sure you make it up to the lookout at the top. Super worth it.

hiking
blowdown
10 days ago

Beautiful views of river and waterfalls. Walk north from parking area to see Dillon Falls.

hiking
muddy
snow
10 days ago

Highly recommend - the entire hike was amazing! Expected it to take all day but it wasn’t as long as we expected and we took long hike. The terrain changes every few miles to keep it interesting! However when you get close to the shorter hike entrance the trail becomes unclear and there are a few forks that are not marked. Thankfully we had this app to help us follow the right trail! We did it in the middle of August- perfect temperature and sunny skies!

It's like walking through a subdivision--houses everywhere. Before the end of the trail there is a local residents only sign. Good for a daily walk for exercise or for taking the dog for a walk.

hiking
15 days ago

Nice little walk. Super windy up top. No snow on trail or roads.

hiking
scramble
snow
15 days ago

I made the mistake of thinking there would be an actual loop trail. I went clock wise and there is no trail up to the top this way- I just scrambled up through bushes following some animal paths. I picked up the established trail at the top which goes straight down the other side and wraps back around at the base. There is still some snow but did fine in waterproof shoes.

A lot of tourists here. I would recommend way early morning or later evening. The loop trail itself isn’t a hike. There are many connecting trail systems that could make this one though. Also watch out for mountain bikes and have a pass.

snowshoeing
snow
16 days ago

4/4/19 could you do this trail in just hiking boots? Yes. Do you want to? No. We brought snowshoes but didn’t use them since we didn’t see anyone else with them on. Mistake. Even though the snow is not deep it’s not compact especially closer to the falls. The Tumalo trail is not possible without snow shoes right now, the main road is okay. Beautiful views.

Great hike, nice views. Great for running too!

Beautiful morning hike. Trail virtually empty!

18 days ago

Great morning hike! Loved sunrise and the views of both Bend and the surrounding mountains!

Great easy hike however right now it was a mix of snow and mud. We had snow shoes and water proof boots. Made it to the falls and had a snack and a glass of champagne. Great day.

hiking
22 days ago

A little snowy/icy still today but it’s beautiful. I hit the end and then took Shevlin Park Loop over the bridge and up to the ridge that comes back down by the parking area. Very nice!!

hiking
snow
22 days ago

I loved this hike. It's was quiet for most of it, just the right amount of elevation change. Def recommend bringing yak tracks as some spots were EXTREMELY SLIPPERY ice and snow. Majority of it was no problem though. Going counter clockwise was great advice I saw on another review and they were spot on.

hiking
muddy
22 days ago

better to mt bike. walking nearly 10 miles in the sun, but a good hike option if mt trails are full of snow

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
snow
22 days ago

Good hike. Beautiful. Be careful during Jan to April time due to Ice n snow packed.

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