Looking for a great trail near Bend, Oregon? AllTrails has 129 great hiking trails, 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 64 moderate trails in Bend ranging from 1.5 to 21.4 miles and from 3,369 to 7,775 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

hiking

views

nature trips

forest

wildlife

running

walking

dogs on leash

bird watching

mountain biking

kid friendly

river

wild flowers

lake

dog friendly

snowshoeing

camping

backpacking

waterfall

fishing

partially paved

horseback riding

no dogs

cross country skiing

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hiking
snow
8 days ago

hiking
off trail
snow
8 days ago

Excellent panoramic views. Easy hike.

Tumalo Falls and Double Falls are beautiful and the trail is easy and scenic. Be aware that the last 2 miles or so of driving are on unpaved roads. Also you will need an NW Forest Pass or $5 cash for parking. For my full Pursuing Balance Through Adventure Trip report including pics and video please visit: https://oregonhikingpursuingbalancethruadventure.business.blog/2020/01/10/tumalo-falls-double-falls/

hiking
snow
9 days ago

We did a nighttime snowshoe trek in the middle of a blizzard! It was great! We had our dogs with us and everyone we saw heading down from the snow shelter warned us that “no dogs were allowed on this side of the highway” but honestly, it was dumping snow and we were the last to leave...I think the cross country skiers will be just fine in the morning. The snow was pretty packed on the way up but in the hour we spent at the shelter, a lot of fresh powder fell and made for a great hike down.

Beautiful winter trail!! Lots of snow on 01/04/20. Bring good snow boots and a camera. There’s a view the whole hike. Kid and pet friendly.

hiking
11 days ago

One star for this place because we showed up with our dog and got sent to leave. The apparent “ gate keeper” or manager of this place is a complete dick. Highly recommend avoiding this place if you have dogs and check out other nearby spots.

hiking
snow
12 days ago

mountain biking
rocky
13 days ago

Overall a ton of fun, even though a 29er would have been ideal my old 26er did just fine. Will definitely do again

hiking
no shade
13 days ago

hiking
off trail
snow
13 days ago

I just went straight up to the best of my ability. Definitely steep, but totally worth it. I used snow shoes and had no issues. The top is absolutely stunning. Roads up are pretty clear, definitely want a 4WD vehicle tho

skiing
snow
15 days ago

hiking
off trail
16 days ago

There’s not really a true trail after the last cave that’s blocked off... the “route” quickly turned into nothing, so we cut through the sagebrush back to the mountain bike trails till we could get back on true trail

The roads were pretty much clear to the trail head. Not many people out but passed a couple groups. Trail would have been manageable without microspikes but we were glad we had them- there was about 3 inches of powder on top of a thick layer of ice. In some places the ice was very slick. Overall an enjoyable hike!

snowshoeing
17 days ago

It’s basically straight up hill the entire time but it was amazing. snowshoes were a huge help. The view is by FAR worth the climb. It was one of the most beautiful hikes I’ve even done.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
17 days ago

Really serene, lovely section of the river trail. The falls are pretty but the whole trail is great. Forested with the river, quiet, a lovely hike overall. Very easy. Would be great for trail running.

Lovely winter hike, very icy in winter. I know that the barriers are obviously in place for safety, but it ruins the beauty of the place for me. I enjoyed the less crowded sections of the river trail more. This would be a nice short hike for kids.

This trail is absolutely stunning! There are epic views of Mount Bachelor most of the way up and there are 360 degree views at the top. My family is pretty new to snowshoeing and we were able to make it up just fine, although it is a pretty steep grade most of the way. This is totally worth the climb.

I’ve done pieces of the whole river trail. Did about 6 miles of this today. It’s lovely and quiet. Mostly muddy trail currently on Jan 2. The River is beautiful and so many lush forests. This part of the trail (at least the first section) has no waterfalls and is less crowded for that reason, so good for solitude seeking. My dog loved it as well. Great for trail running.

Very easy walk to the falls. We did it in the pure snowstorm so definitely Be prepared if the weather is cold. If you want to walk off the trail there are animal trails to the left of the main road. In the trees.

Need to add a "no dogs" tag. This is a nature reserve, dogs are not allowed with reserves.

hiking
muddy
snow
19 days ago

hiking
19 days ago

Always a good one if you like incline/decline hikes...even on a rainy and windy day. The trail is currently free of snow/ice, except for just a small, easily avoidable patch here and there on the northern side.

Beautiful hike. Winter conditions Dec 31- very very icy and yak tracks or spikes a must! Most people parked and walked on the road, so I had this trail nearly to myself. It is not moderate, it’s an easy trail with minimal grades, and is good for all levels and ages, dogs too. My favorite part was not the falls (which were fine but too developed and touristy for me), but when you leave the trees and the trail overlooks the creek and the cliffs, that is truly beautiful. A lovely bit of solitude in the wintery woods to end the year.

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