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Newberry National Volcanic Monument
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Crater Lake 3-Day Tour from Portland
Ranked #4 of 122 things to do in Bend
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Owner description: One of the nation's newest national monuments, this 55,500 acre area seeks to preserve unique accessible volcanic features.
Reviewed 6 April 2018 via mobile

We have to go back and see this because it was blocked off until after May 1st. There was still snow and I read some reviews saying you could still walk up there but with children and my 80-yr old grandmother didn’t want to risk it. Definitely will go back!

2  Thank Scharlee P
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Reviewed 26 March 2018 via mobile

It is one hour from Bend. It rivals Crater Lake. The lakes are beautiful. There are lots of trails. In the summer, the 4-mile road to Paulina Peak, is worth the steep, narrow road--you can see California and Washington from up there!

3  Thank HARRY D
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Reviewed 21 March 2018

Arrived as Winter is reluctantly giving way to Fall. Visitor Center is still closed. Regardless, my teenage daughters and I hiked along the Sun Lava trail and enjoyed the ponderosa forest and light patches of snow on the ground. The sound of wind through the pines was a treat. We really had the place to ourselves. After about 6 miles of hiking, we returned to visitor center and took the "Trail of Molten Lands" hike into the lave flow. The trail is well paved and easily accessible. It affords really spectacular views of the lave flow with Mt. Bachelor and the Three Sisters in the distance. On a good clear day like we had, it really is breathtaking. Park is clean and well kept. I recommend.

Thank EagleRockMike
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

Such a wide variety of things to do and see up there for the whole family. If you go in off season in the fall you will have it almost all to yourselves! I recommend hiking the big obsidian flow, sitting in the beach at one of the 2 lakes and a pint at the little cafe out on the upper deck overlooking the lake.

2  Thank toesintheriver
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

Beautiful country. Lot of different rock formations including obsidian flows (wear heavy leather boots). Bring you boat or picnic lunch.

Thank sgstrauss1
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