Winter Fun

Above Photo: View from Nordeen Shelter.

During the winter months we love to snowshoe & cross-country ski (on non-groomed trail of course) in the area. Below are photos & maps of the places we frequent.

 Broken Top & South Sister as seen from Bend.

Dutchman Flat Sno-Park

Dutchman Flats Bluebird day at Dutchman Flat. Broken Top peaking up in the background.

Click for Dutchman Flat Ski/Snowshoe Trails Map


Edison Sno-Park

Warming Hut Warming Hut at Edison.

Click for Edison Nordic Trails Map


Newberry Caldera (10 Mile Sno-Park)

Paulina Falls Thousands of people see this falls in the summer months. The only you can see it in winter is via skiing, snowshoeing, or snowmobile.

Click for Newberry Caldera Nordic Trails Map


Ray Benson Sno-Park

Ray Benson North Blowout Ski Hut & Three Finger Jack.

Click for Ray Benson Sno-Park Trails Map


Swampy Lakes Sno-Park

Swampy Lakes Sno-Park You just have to love the trails at Swampy Lake Sno-Park.

Noreen Shelter Trail Snowshoe trail to Nordeen Shelter.

Click for Swampy Sno-Park Ski/Snowshoe Trails Map


Upper Three Creeks Sno-Park

trailhead Trailhead is across from the Three Creeks sno-park parking area.

snowshoe trail The relatively new snowshoe trail goes through a section that contained the historical Poles Creek Fire.

jeff view shelter The snowshoe trail ends at Jeff View shelter, named for the incredible views of Mt. Jefferson on a clear day. Because of the overcast skies on our visit, we missed the sights.

Click for Upper Three Creeks Sno-Park Nordic Trails Map


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