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Crater Lake & Oregon Cascades

Crater Lake National Park to Bend and Sisters

Exploring the Oregon Cascades on bike, foot, and boat is the only way to fully experience the drama, nuance and wonder of this dynamic landscape on a fully supported vacation of a lifetime.

Pedal past snow-capped volcanic peaks that scrape the sky as you cycle from crystal blue Crater Lake to the recreation meccas of Bend and Sisters, Oregon. While outdoor activities are a true highlight of Central Oregon active travel, your luxury vacation will demonstrate that indoor activities such as gourmet dining, pampering accommodations and unique microbreweries are just as important on this exceptional bicycling adventure!

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Redmond, Oregon

Dates

2015
Jul
Aug

Daily Itinerary


Day

1

Today's Ride:

Diamond Lake to Crater Lake
Approximately 20 miles with 2,600 feet of climbing

Description:

After a scenic 2-hour shuttle into the Cascades, you'll be welcomed with a gourmet Trek Travel picnic at Diamond Lake. Choose to take a quick dip in the lake in the shadow of Mt.Thielson before your bike fitting. After a brief orientation and safety talk, saddle up and ascend to the rim of the caldera formed by the eruption of the ancient volcano Mt. Mazama to peer down on magnificent Crater Lake. While the climb is long and moderately challenging for a first day, a short shuttle can help minimize the work. We don't want to ruin the surprise, but cresting the rim and peering into the vast caldera lake may well be one of the most memorable moments of your trip. The lake is one of the deepest in the world at 1949 feet and was formed about 7700 years ago when the volcano erupted. The contrast of jagged snow-capped peaks and crystal blue water is stunning. After this treat, you'll get to know one other better over drinks and dinner at the Lodge before retiring to your room for a well-earned rest.

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Hotel:

Crater Lake Lodge
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Included Meals:

Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner


Day

2

Today's Ride:

Crater Lake Rim Loop
Approximately 33 miles with 3,700 feet of climbing

Short Option:

Crater Lake Rim to Cleetwood Cove
Approximately 11 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing

Today's Actvity:

Hike Crater Lake Cleetwood Trail | Interpretive Boat Cruise on Crater Lake

Description:

The full Crater Lake experience awaits you today! As you pedal the entire rim road around Crater Lake, marvel at the fact that the pre-eruption mountain was twice as high as the current rim, with experts estimating that the blast that created the lake was around 420 times more powerful than the Mt. St. Helens eruption in 1980. A wealth of viewpoints and hiking options tempt you along the route, as you take in one stunning view after the next. A lakeside packed lunch follows a hike down into the crater where a boat awaits you. The boat tour brings you up close to features like the Old Man, the Phantom Ship and Wizard Island, while a Ranger from the National Park Service will join you onboard to talk about these natural features of the volcano and lake. Dinner tonight will be served again at the Crater Lake Lodge.

Hotel:

Crater Lake Lodge
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Included Meals:

Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner


Day

3

Today's Ride:

Cascade Lakes Highway: Osprey Point to Bend
Approximately 47 miles with 2,100 feet of climbing

Short Option:

Cascade Lakes Highway: Osprey Point to Bend with hill shuttle
Approximately 36 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Cascade Lakes Highway: Crescent Cutoff to Bend
Approximately 69 miles with 2,700 feet of climbing

Description:

With Crater Lake in the rearview mirror, you'll shuttle north for an hour and a half to begin your ride along the Cascade Lakes Highway, which traces the eastern slopes of the range and intertwines with countless lakes. Reflections of the Three Sisters, Broken Top and Mt. Bachelor are visible on the surfaces of the lakes—images and scenes that evoke the essence of the Cascades. Midway through the ride take a break to enjoy lunch on your own at Elk Lake Resort, which features a range of Oregon homestyle specialties all sourced from sustainable local producers. This is also a great place to take a dip or rent a boat and cruise the lake. After lunch, the road climbs over the shoulder of Mt. Bachelor and descends 3,000 feet to Bend, following the course of the Pole Pedal Paddle race route. For those seeking a wilderness experience, skip the ride and hike to the sublime Green Lakes at the base of South Sister. Tonight you'll toast with local brews to a big day and dine at a bistro in Bend.

Hotel:

The Oxford Hotel
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Included Meals:

Breakfast | Social Hour | Dinner


Day

4

Today's Ride:

Tumalo High Desert Loop
Approximately 38 miles with 1,450 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Tumalo High Desert Loop with Cloverdale Loop
Approximately 60 miles with 1,800 feet of climbing

Description:

Experience the dry side of Oregon today with a cruise along the High Desert Loop, a ride popular with locals. Several options allow for lots of miles or just a few, depending on how many other activities you want to pack into the day. Bend is renowned as an outdoor recreation mecca, so you may want to take advantage of one of the non-cycling adventures available, including rafting the Deschutes River (Class 2-3); renting mountain bikes and riding the renowned Phil's Trail system; hiking the Deschutes River Trail; floating or canoeing the river near town; playing golf at one of the many courses; touring the Deschutes Brewery; getting a spa treatment and more. The choices are almost endless and your guides will help to ensure that you have the day you want. Tonight is yours to explore town on your own and check out one of the eclectic and delicious local eateries.

Hotel:

The Oxford Hotel
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Included Meals:

Breakfast


Day

5

Today's Ride:

Bend to Smith Rock State Park
Approximately 32 miles with 400 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Bend to Sisters via Smith Rock State Park
Approximately 61 miles with 1,475 feet of climbing

Today's Activity:

Hike in Smith Rock State Park

Description:

This morning you'll ride deeper into the high desert before stopping for lunch at the dramatic Smith Rock State Park, which offers a wealth of opportunities for adventure! Besides being a world-class climbing area, the canyon that forms Smith Rock has an extensive network of trails, ranging from mellow to strenuous. You can also schedule a climbing lesson this afternoon or hike to watch climbers scale one of the many famous routes, such as Monkey Face. Alternatively, you can choose an additional 30 miles of riding along quiet country roads into the pine forest of Sisters. If you prefer something a little more low key you may also take advantage of one of the region's best spas, Shibui at Five Pine Lodge. Whichever activity you choose, this stellar day is sure to be a highlight of your Central Oregon vacation. This evening you and your companions will gather for a final social hour to enjoy more local brews and wine, followed by a farewell dinner at the highly acclaimed Jen's Garden in Sisters.

Hotel:

Five Pine Lodge and Shibui Spa
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Included Meals:

Breakfast | Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner


Day

6

Today's Ride:

Sisters to Belknap Hot Springs via McKenzie Highway
Approximately 39 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing

Description:

McKenzie Pass is a gateway between the dry and the wet sides of the Cascades, and is perhaps the most popular road to ride in the Northwest. This morning it just happens to be right outside your back door! While many final days of trips tend to be more low key than the rest of the trip, today is a truly climactic end to your vacation of a lifetime. The 16-mile climb is the perfect grade and tops out with stunning views of expansive lava flows and magnificent views of the Cascade peaks, including Mt. Hood. The historic Dee Wright Observatory is an impressive place to take in the scenery and celebrate your conquest of the pass, because from here the next 22 miles are ALL downhill. Cruising through increasingly dense forest, you'll arrive at one of the country's most famous and scenic rivers, the McKenzie, where a final café lunch awaits you on the riverside, as well as some hot springs soaking pools and showers.

View meeting and departing information»

Included Meals:

Breakfast | Lunch




Day

1

Today's Ride:

Diamond Lake to Crater Lake
Approximately 20 miles with 2,600 feet of climbing

Description:

After a scenic 2-hour shuttle into the Cascades, you'll be welcomed with a gourmet Trek Travel picnic at Diamond Lake. Choose to take a quick dip in the lake in the shadow of Mt.Thielson before your bike fitting. After a brief orientation and safety talk, saddle up and ascend to the rim of the caldera formed by the eruption of the ancient volcano Mt. Mazama to peer down on magnificent Crater Lake. While the climb is long and moderately challenging for a first day, a short shuttle can help minimize the work. We don't want to ruin the surprise, but cresting the rim and peering into the vast caldera lake may well be one of the most memorable moments of your trip. The lake is one of the deepest in the world at 1949 feet and was formed about 7700 years ago when the volcano erupted. The contrast of jagged snow-capped peaks and crystal blue water is stunning. After this treat, you'll get to know one other better over drinks and dinner at the Lodge before retiring to your room for a well-earned rest.

View meeting and departing information»

Hotel:

Crater Lake Lodge
Visit Website

Included Meals:

Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner


Day

2

Today's Ride:

Crater Lake Rim Loop
Approximately 33 miles with 3,700 feet of climbing

Short Option:

Crater Lake Rim to Cleetwood Cove
Approximately 11 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing

Today's Actvity:

Hike Crater Lake Cleetwood Trail | Interpretive Boat Cruise on Crater Lake
Approximately 2 miles hiking with 700 feet of climbing

Description:

The full Crater Lake experience awaits you today! As you pedal the entire rim road around Crater Lake, marvel at the fact that the pre-eruption mountain was twice as high as the current rim, with experts estimating that the blast that created the lake was around 420 times more powerful than the Mt. St. Helens eruption in 1980. A wealth of viewpoints and hiking options tempt you along the route, as you take in one stunning view after the next. A lakeside packed lunch follows a hike down into the crater where a boat awaits you. The boat tour brings you up close to features like the Old Man, the Phantom Ship and Wizard Island, while a Ranger from the National Park Service will join you onboard to talk about these natural features of the volcano and lake. Dinner tonight will be served again at the Crater Lake Lodge.

Hotel:

Crater Lake Lodge
Visit Website

Included Meals:

Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner


Day

3

Today's Ride:

Cascade Lakes Highway: Osprey Point to Bend
Approximately 47 miles with 2,100 feet of climbing

Short Option:

Cascade Lakes Highway: Osprey Point to Bend with hill shuttle
Approximately 36 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Cascade Lakes Highway: Crescent Cutoff to Bend
Approximately 69 miles with 2,700 feet of climbing

Description:

With Crater Lake in the rearview mirror, you'll shuttle north for an hour and a half to begin your ride along the Cascade Lakes Highway, which traces the eastern slopes of the range and intertwines with countless lakes. Reflections of the Three Sisters, Broken Top and Mt. Bachelor are visible on the surfaces of the lakes—images and scenes that evoke the essence of the Cascades. Midway through the ride take a break to enjoy lunch on your own at Elk Lake Resort, which features a range of Oregon homestyle specialties all sourced from sustainable local producers. This is also a great place to take a dip or rent a boat and cruise the lake. After lunch, the road climbs over the shoulder of Mt. Bachelor and descends 3,000 feet to Bend, following the course of the Pole Pedal Paddle race route. For those seeking a wilderness experience, skip the ride and hike to the sublime Green Lakes at the base of South Sister. Tonight you'll toast with local brews to a big day and dine at a bistro in Bend.

Hotel:

The Oxford Hotel
Visit Website

Included Meals:

Breakfast | Social Hour | Dinner


Day

4

Today's Ride:

Tumalo High Desert Loop
Approximately 38 miles with 1,450 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Tumalo High Desert Loop with Cloverdale Loop
Approximately 60 miles with 1,800 feet of climbing

Description:

Experience the dry side of Oregon today with a cruise along the High Desert Loop, a ride popular with locals. Several options allow for lots of miles or just a few, depending on how many other activities you want to pack into the day. Bend is renowned as an outdoor recreation mecca, so you may want to take advantage of one of the non-cycling adventures available, including rafting the Deschutes River (Class 2-3); renting mountain bikes and riding the renowned Phil's Trail system; hiking the Deschutes River Trail; floating or canoeing the river near town; playing golf at one of the many courses; touring the Deschutes Brewery; getting a spa treatment and more. The choices are almost endless and your guides will help to ensure that you have the day you want. Tonight is yours to explore town on your own and check out one of the eclectic and delicious local eateries.

Hotel:

The Oxford Hotel
Visit Website

Included Meals:

Breakfast


Day

5

Today's Ride:

Bend to Smith Rock State Park
Approximately 32 miles with 400 feet of climbing

Avid Option:

Bend to Smith Rock State Park Return
Approximately 63 miles with 1,500 feet of climbing

Today's Activity:

Hike in Smith Rock State Park

Description:

This morning you'll ride deeper into the high desert before stopping for lunch at the dramatic Smith Rock State Park, which offers a wealth of opportunities for adventure! Besides being a world-class climbing area, the canyon that forms Smith Rock has an extensive network of trails, ranging from mellow to strenuous. You can also schedule a climbing lesson this afternoon or hike to watch climbers scale one of the many famous routes, such as Monkey Face. Alternatively, you can choose an additional 30 miles of riding back to Bend, where you can spend a little more time enjoying the fun downtown scene. Whichever activity you choose, this stellar day is sure to be a highlight of your Central Oregon vacation. This evening you and your companions will gather for a final social hour to enjoy more local brews and wine, followed by a farewell dinner in downtown Bend.

Hotel:

The Oxford Hotel
Visit Website

Included Meals:

Breakfast | Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner


Day

6

Today's Ride:

Sisters to Belknap Hot Springs via McKenzie Highway
Approximately 39 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing

Description:

McKenzie Pass is a gateway between the dry and the wet sides of the Cascades, and is perhaps the most popular road to ride in the Northwest. This morning you will take a half hour shuttle to the small town of Sisters, where your ride over the pass will begin! While many final days of trips tend to be more low key than the rest of the trip, today is a truly climactic end to your vacation of a lifetime. The 16-mile climb is the perfect grade and tops out with stunning views of expansive lava flows and magnificent views of the Cascade peaks, including Mt. Hood. The historic Dee Wright Observatory is an impressive place to take in the scenery and celebrate your conquest of the pass, because from here the next 22 miles are ALL downhill. Cruising through increasingly dense forest, you'll arrive at one of the country's most famous and scenic rivers, the McKenzie, where a final café lunch awaits you on the riverside, as well as some hot springs soaking pools and showers.

View meeting and departing information»

Included Meals:

Breakfast | Lunch



Dates & Pricing

CURRENT PRICING AVAILABLE UNTIL JANUARY 7TH

We reward our guests with lower pricing and more dates to choose from the earlier you book. Rest assured, once you book your price and date are guaranteed.

2015


Jul
5th - 10th / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $700 / Single OCC. / Alternate Itinerary
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Jul
12th - 17th / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $750 / Single OCC.
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Jul
19th - 24th / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $750 / Single OCC.
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Jul
26th - 31st / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $750 / Single OCC.
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Aug
2nd - 7th / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $750 / Single OCC.
Guaranteed *
Aug
9th - 14th / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $750 / Single OCC.
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Aug
16th - 21st / 6 days / 5 nights
$2999 / Person, $750 / Single OCC.
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Hotels

Crater Lake Lodge on Trek Travel's Oregon bike tours

Crater Lake Lodge

Crater Lake National Park, OR

Perched on the rim of Crater Lake, you will find no better place to take in the majestic view while relaxing with a drink on the porch or resting up in the comfortable and rustic rooms than the historic and truly Northwestern Crater Lake Lodge.
Oxford Hotel on Trek Travel's Oregon bike tours

The Oxford Hotel

Bend, OR

Bend's "eco-chic" boutique hotel is the pinnacle of luxury and sustainability. Fusing Northwest-inspired, modern design, world-class service and earth-friendly practices and products, the Oxford is a perfect match for the active and cosmopolitan vibe that is Bend, Oregon. Located in the heart of downtown, shopping, dining, galleries and a variety of activities are just a few steps or a cruiser ride away (provided with your stay). Amenities like the sauna, spa, full-service bar and restaurant, as well as room service, make it the perfect home for your time in Bend.
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Five Pine Lodge and Shibui Spa

Sisters, OR

Imagine elegant and spacious contemporary Craftsman-style cabins and lodge rooms combined with a full-service Japanese spa, all hiding in a pine forest at the base of three extinct volcanic peaks. You have just begun to picture the Five Pine Lodge. This is more than a lodge—it is a true mountain retreat from which you will not want to leave—complete with swimming pool, first-run movie theater, brew pub and an extensive trail network for hiking or biking right out the back door.

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Every moment of a Trek Travel bike trip has more than you could have ever dreamed. More romance. More scenery. More choice. It's the little additions to every Trek Travel cycling vacation that make it truly special. And that’s how we help you create more memories. See more

  • Gratuities for all scheduled special events, restaurants, hotels, local guides and transportation during your trip.
  • Private tours
  • Entrance fees to all group events/activities
  • All luggage transfers
  • All transportation during the trip, including private coaches
  • 5 nights of accommodation
  • In every region we travel, we uncover the area’s best, and most delightful accommodations. On our Crater Lake & the Oregon Cascades trip, you will stay at three hotels, offering a range of lodging from rustic to luxurious. The historic Crater Lake National Park Lodge serves as a simple base camp for Crater Lake exploration; an upscale urban boutique hotel offers luxurious comfort in the heart of the action; and private Craftsman cottages provide a cozy retreat amid the pines.
  • Daily breakfast, 4 lunches, 3 social hours, 4 dinners, and all snacks and drinks for each day
  • On our Crater Lake & the Oregon Cascades trip, you are invited to indulge in a wide range of delicious seasonal local flavors. With so many tasty specialties —from wild salmon, mushrooms, gourmet cheeses, berries and some of the world’s best Pinots and microbrews—there is something new each day on the picnic table and at the bistro. While dinners are gourmet, attire is casual and relaxed—just like the locals!
  • The knowledge, support, and camaraderie of experienced guides
  • Daily route support
  • The use of Garmin Touring Plus GPS cycling computer
  • Paper route guides also available upon request
  • Comprehensive trip literature and complimentary Trek merchandise
  • The use of a Trek Domane 5.9 carbon road bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting, or Trek Domane 5.9 Women’s Specific Design carbon road bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting(limited selection), or Trek 7.6 FX Hybrid bicycle
  • The use of Garmin Touring Plus GPS cycling computer
  • Trek Travel Bontrager RL jersey and cycling socks
  • The use of Trek bike helmets and other gear and equipment to make your ride comfortable
  • Trek Travel water bottles
  • $300 Discount on a 5 or 6 series Trek Domane or Madone, or Project One purchased at your local Trek retailer

Thank your Guides, by tipping

Gratuities for your Trek Travel guides are not included in your trip price. Industry standard is 5-10% of the trip price which will be divided by your guide team. Please tip your guides at your discretion, based on their level of professionalism, guest care and service.

  • Airfare and transportation to and from the trip pick-up/drop-off locations
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Personal items purchased during the trip
  • Optional activities not scheduled by Trek Travel
  • On select trips some meals are not included. On these trips, Trek Travel invites you to explore the local cuisine at your leisure.
  • Gratuities for your Trek Travel Guides may be given at your discretion in response to their professionalism and leadership.Industry standard is for each individual guest to tip the guide team 5-10% of the trip price.

FAQs

Trip Changes

Our itineraries are an approximation of our trips. Trek Travel strives to offer each and every guest a vacation of a lifetime on every trip. At times routes, hotels, activities, etc. listed here may change at the discretion of the trip designer or guides to improve the trip experience.

  • Rider Type | 3
  • Average Daily Mileage | 40
  • Terrain | Hilly
  • Average Daily Elevation | 2,000

On all of our vacations, Trek Travel strives to find quiet, paved secondary roads or bike paths to experience a region; busy roads are avoided as much as possible. Crater Lake & the Oregon Cascades is best suited for our Type 3 Riders. Our Trek Travel guides can also easily accommodate Type 2 Riders, who seek less mileage or fewer uphills, with a boost in the van. Those who wish to ride every mile but are concerned about their physical ability may want to try our electric bike option–you still get a workout but can climb alongside even the strongest rider. Type 4 Riders will enjoy the extra mileage the avid route options offer. The terrain is varied with rolling hills, some sustained climbing (up to 16 miles) at relatively high elevation (up to 7700 feet above sea level) on moderate grades (up to 9 percent).

Summer is the best time to visit Central Oregon, as skies are typically crystal clear blue combined with very low humidity (10-20%). Daytime temperatures can be pleasantly temperate to quiet hot (high 70's to mid 90's) with evenings dropping to the high 30's at Crater Lake and the low 50's in Bend. Rain is fairly infrequent, but it's always good to be prepared for the occasional thunderstorm just in case.

On most Trek Travel trips, we offer non-riding options for riders who want to take the afternoon off, or travel companions who want to spend little or no time in the saddle. Some of these options may need to be scheduled before your trip–please contact one of our Trip Consultants for more information. Expenses and/or related transportation to these activities may not be included in the trip price. See Included In The Trip Price for more information. Some non-riding options on this trip are:

  • Hike and take the boat cruise on Crater Lake
  • Swim and canoe on Elk Lake
  • Hike Green Lakes Trail
  • Raft on the Deschutes River
  • Golf in and around Bend and Sisters
  • Shop in Bend and Sisters
  • Visit spas in Bend and Sisters
  • Rock Climb at Smith Rock State Park
  • Shop in Bend and Sisters
  • Visit a spa in Bend or Sisters

For an additional fee you may request to upgrade to a race-proven Trek Madone 6.5 with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting for the ultimate riding experience. Upgrades to Bontrager Aeolus carbon wheels and Trek Ride Plus electric assist bicycle are also available. Contact our trip consultants for more details.

We understand things happen in life and sometimes you have to cancel or change your bike tour. We want to make it as easy as possible to do so and below you will find our timeline. If you ever have a question, just give us a call, 866 464 8735. Read our cancellation policy.

Didn't find what you were looking for? Check out our General FAQs section. You will find answers to all the most common questions that don't necessarily pertain to a specific trip.

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How to get there

We suggest that you arrive at least one day prior to the trip start, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays. We recommend that you fly into Redmond Municipal Airport - Roberts Field (RDM) in Redmond, Oregon. This airport is served by Alaska Air, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, and United/United Express. Once you have arrived in Redmond there are several options for getting to your pre-trip accommodations. If you choose to stay at the Eagle Crest Resort, where you will meet your guides on the first day of your trip, the Resort offers a shuttle service for $15 for one person and $5 for each additional person. This shuttle should be booked in advance. Alternatively, you may call a taxi from either the airport or any downtown Redmond location which will cost approximately $35 for transportation to the Eagle Crest Resort.

Lodge at Eagle Crest | Redmond, Oregon

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Lodge at Eagle Crest (1522 Cline Falls Road, Redmond) at 9:00 AM on the first day of the trip. A 2 hour private shuttle will take you to your first destination deep in the Cascades, Diamond Lake at the foot of the majestic Mt. Thielson. After a gourmet signature Northwest picnic prepared by your guides, you will get a personal bike fitting to ensure a smooth and comfortable ride.Afterward your guides will present an overview of the day’s ride up and onto Crater Lake’s dramatic rim.

If you will be late for the pick-up or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your guides. You will receive an email a week before the trip start with their names and contact details. If you cannot reach them, please call our first hotel, Crater Lake Lodge (541 594 2255), and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details. There are no scheduled shuttle services offering direct access to Crater Lake, and while you may be able to hire a taxi or limo service, please be warned that the cost involved may be significant. We strongly recommend that you arrive the night before to ensure you do not miss our Trek Travel shuttle.

The Lodge at Eagle Crest Resort or the Redmond Airport (RDM) | Redmond, Oregon

You will say farewell to your guides at 2:00 PM at the Belknap Hot Springs.You will then shuttle 1.5 hours from the hot springs to Redmond, arriving around 3:30 PM.Your may request to be dropped off at the Eagle Crest Resort or the Redmond Airport. Please allow adequate connection time for flights or other travel to accommodate possible traffic delays.

Before & After: REDMOND, Oregon

Remond is located in the high desert of central Oregon, on the eastern side of the Casade Range. The area enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year on average. Nearby Smith Rock State Park is known for abundant rock climbing routes, hiking and mountain biking trails. There are also a number of guest ranches around Redmond where visitors can take in mountain views and the beauty of the desert from the back of a horse. The city of Bend, located about 15 miles south of Redmond, is well-known as a mecca for winter sports, mountain biking, rafting on the Deschutes River, hiking, and microbrews. The vibrant downtown and Old Mill District are great spots for eclectic dining experiences, people-watching, shopping, and local beer-tasting. We recommend the following accommodations for your pre and post-trip hotel:

Eagle Crest Resort

The Eagle Crest Resort is located on 1,700 acres just outside of Redmond. This is the pickup location on the first day of your Trek Travel vacation and your guides will also offer a drop off at the Resort at the conclusion of your trip upon request. The resort features comfortable guest rooms at The Lodge at Eagle Crest, 3 golf courses, horseback riding, trails, rental bikes and an on-site spa. Guests of the Lodge may schedule a shuttle to or from the airport for $15 for one person, plus $5 for each additional passenger. This cost is one-way. The shuttle is available 24 hours per day and should be arranged ahead of time.

1522 Cline Falls Road | 541 923 2453 | www.Eagle-Crest.com | ~$200

Brasada Ranch

If you have several days to spend in the Bend/Redmond area before or after your trip, the luxurious accommodations and extensive amenities at the 1,800-acre Brasada Ranch might be what you are looking for. The Ranch has luxury suites and cabins available for rent and guests can dine at the Range Restaurant and Bar; take a horseback ride from the equestrian center; play a round of golf; take a class at the athletic center; rent road or mountain bikes; or relax in one of 3 pools or 5 hot tubs. The ranch is located 15 miles from the Redmond Airport. You may book a shuttle through the Ranch to or from the airport for $60, one-way, for up to 5 passengers and their luggage.

16986 Southwest Brasada Ranch Road, Powell Butte, OR | 866 373 4882 | www.Brasada.com | ~$500

Comfort Suites Redmond Airport

This Comfort Suites hotel is conveniently located near the Redmond Airport. Amenities include a business center, hot tub, indoor pool, workout room, and complimentary daily hot breakfast. The hotel provides a complimentary shuttle to and from the airport between the hours of 5:00 AM and 12:00 AM. This shuttle is also available to take guests anywhere in downtown Redmond upon request.

2243 SW Yew Ave | 541 504 8900 | www. RedmondORHotel.com | ~$200


* Hotels listed above are local properties we love. We do not have special rates available.

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Our unrivaled selection of Trek Bikes sets the bar for quality and comfort. From the full-carbon, ultra smooth Trek Domane 5.9, to the comfortable Trek 7.6 FX Hybrid–both included in the trip cost, to our numerous upgrade options, you deserve the best ride on your vacation.

Our Guides

Our guides are trained to make your trip magical. They aren't just experts in riding; they're trained in delivering uncompromising service in ways you won't believe. We know that it's the unexpected surprises that make a trip magical. That's why our guides pride themselves on anticipating your needs before you ask.

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