Looking for a great trail near Bend, Oregon? AllTrails has 108 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. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 50 easy trails in Bend ranging from 0.7 to 18.5 miles and from 3,464 to 7,775 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

hiking

views

forest

nature trips

walking

trail running

wildlife

mountain biking

dogs on leash

bird watching

kid friendly

wild flowers

river

dog friendly

snowshoeing

lake

camping

waterfall

fishing

backpacking

partially paved

cross country skiing

horseback riding

no dogs

paddle sports

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hiking
snow
2 days ago

nice hike, but dog poop everywhere.
currently snowpacked

snow
3 days ago

was still a bit snowy but sure is a beautiful little hike!! heavily trafficked but was still a good time considering!

We did it today, 3/16/19 and without snowshoes. A lot of cats stopped just off the main highway hit with 4WD, we made it further in. The snow wasn’t packed, there may be sections you fall in a bit but overall isn’t bad. Pretty views and the bathrooms are all open, yay!

We did it today, 3/16/19 and without snowshoes. A lot of cats stopped just off the main highway hit with 4WD, we made it further in. The snow wasn’t packed, there may be sections you fall in a bit but overall isn’t bad. Pretty views and the bathrooms are all open, yay!

Nice trail with packed snow. We saw people without snowshoes but we were glad we brought ours. We elected not to do the loop and instead do an out and back - it looked like fewer people on the trail then the road. The falls were beautiful and worth the hike in.

snowshoeing
snow
18 days ago

great local walk if you don't want to leave town. excellent for trail running. beautiful beautiful beautiful hike whenlayered with thick snow.

trail head is closed in the winter so it add about an extra 1.5 miles to the falls. unfortunately we did not have that sort of time to extend our 2 miles hike to a 5 mile hike so we only did a small portion of it. The bottom of the hike was beautiful though we deep powder everywhere. I look forward to going back.
it definitely is a popular trail, so keep this in mind.

Awesome snowshoeing! Had to pack it in and didn’t make the full route, but still had a great time!

A perfect evening snowshoe trip. We went up to get the sunset over Mt. Bachelor, Broken Top and The Sisters. What’ a remarkable view. Absolutely worth snowshoeing back in the dark !

Straight up fun

Quick easy hike.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

Perfect beginner loop. Clearly marked trails

hiking
snow
1 month ago

lunch swampy shelter, over the hill loop

trail running
1 month ago

Great winter trail when snow covers the ground everywhere else. This would be dusty and hot in the summer, but makes for a good winter run. Signage is ok. Make sure you know the map as some trail junctions are not labeled well, while others are. Fairly level and non technical. Beautiful open sage and juniper landscape.

snowshoeing
snow
1 month ago

Nice trail for an easy adventure. We snowshoed 4 miles of this out and back. Only ran into one other person who was Nordic skiing. Our dog had a great time running free. River views are beautiful. Light snow cover and a few places on the trail could use more snow. Roads are plowed right now.

Absolutely beautiful views! I love how low traffic this hike is, and being able to have our dogs off leash. Hopefully it stays fairly unpopulated. My dogs love being able to run around off leash.

snowshoeing
1 month ago

In fresh snow with snowshoes I think this is leaning more towards moderate than easy. This trail is the poster child for skis over snowshoes. Incredible view of Bachelor

mix of snow and ice along the trail. I highly recommend bringing crampons and trekking poles if you decide to go. a little steep towards the top and you have to climb some rocks to get a solid view. decent view of Mt Adams along a few other peaks. snowshoes not needed.

hiking
snow
1 month ago

Beginning of February. Trail still wet and snowy but doable. Good forest setting.

Very Icey this time of year.

hiking
muddy
snow
1 month ago

Beautiful to hike today. It was our first time hiking this trail. So it took us a lil bit to find the right trail. Well worth the hike to the top

hiking
1 month ago

Cool cave, kinda sketchy and cold down there but neat!

walking
snow
1 month ago

One of the Best off-leash dog walking spots along the Deschutes River - OPEN YEAR ROUND
Crowded in the parking lot due to proximity to town but once out on the trails have lots of privacy.

hiking
1 month ago

beautiful relaxing hike ones we hit the river is so peaceful beautiful hike.

Completed this loop as part of larger circuit that stretches entire length of the Tumalo Creek Trail, and then returns on the Shevlin Loop. Nice peaceful sounds of the creek running all the way through.

hiking
1 month ago

Connected this with the Shevlin Loop trail to complete the circuit.

hiking
1 month ago

Would suggest going counter clockwise, and at the middle point on the south side take the trail going further south and follow it to the left until it starts taking you north again. You will eventually end up on the West Larch trail, which will connect up with the Railroad Trail. Take the Railroad Trail until it connect back up to the Shevlin loop, which will take you back to the starting point.

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