Bend Tourism & Travel Guide

Places you must see if you are in America

If you are a nature lover, these places will amaze you with their extraordinary beauty. Antelope ...

Shakti Chauhan
Four Day Adventure in Utah, Arizona

With so many camping spots available in US, toughest thing for us was to choose where to go and w...

HumDono
12 Days
A drive to Heaven: Kinnaur, Spiti and Kasol-Himachal!!

I have mentioned the trip in different parts with the pictures of the town/city and the pics duri...

15 Days
US Cross Country Roadtrip

The Beginning - Miami, FL When I told people that I was gonna drive alone for 14 days across the...

Priyakanth Manda
San Francisco – The Pier, The Prison And The Parenting!

My Airbnb RoomThe Golden GateThe TriathlonOn my long walkTaking a breakAlcatrazAlcatrazThe Ghost ...

Smriti - Travelling Boots
4 Days
A Memorable Trip to Antelope Canyons and Grand Canyon (Arizona)

On the way to PageOn the way to PageGlen Canyon DamNear Glen Canyon DamAntelope CanyonAntelope Ca...

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Bend River Attractions
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Oregon Badlands Wilderness Trails
Flatiron Trailhead, 16 miles east of Bend, Oregon on State Highway 20, Bend, OR 9770
Oregon Trail of Dreams
Mount Bachelor, Century Drive, Bend, OR 9770
Dudley's Bookshop Cafe
135 NW Minnesota, Bend, OR 9770


Portland
Ah, Portland. No, not Portland, Maine, but Portland, Oregon. This city is the most civil I’ve ever lived in in the United States, though some complain it has changed somewhat with the influx of the not-so-civil Californians :) Still, Portland is a well-run city, a mini version of Seattle. Portland is also neighborhoods with shops and cafes. Coffee fuels this town (as it does Seattle). And microbreweries. The city has a thriving nightlife, and a healthy rotation of monthly happenings. During the Rose Festival the city is even more alive. Have a stroll along Waterfront Park, or take a drive to Multnomah Falls for a nice hike. The city blends urban and nature well, with the largest urban forest in the United States, Forrest Park. I love Portland. I spent nearly 10 years living there and will always consider it my second hometown. On clear days, stare at Mount Hood. Everyone does.
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