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Photo Gallery of Bend, Oregon

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  • Lava Island Falls | The Deschutes River offers plenty of fishing, white water rapids for kayakers and rafters, and plenty of picturesque scenery for the rest of us. | by Photo By Matthew L. Maloney/ OBSIDIAN STOCK

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  • Rock Climbing | Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne, Oregon, was the birthplace of sport climbing. It's a Disneyland for rock climbers. | by Photo By Ben Moon

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  • Cyclo-Cross in Bend | USA Cycling Cyclo-Cross National Championships in Bend, OR December 8-12, 2010. Check out last year's event photos on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cyclocrossnationals2010 | by Photo By Tim LaBarge

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  • Sparks Lake | Paddle the scenic Sparks Lake in Bend, Oregon | by Photo By Ben Moon

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  • Camping | Sit beside a warm campfire and serene mountain lake while gazing at a million and one stars right outside of Bend, Oregon | by Photo By Christian Heeb/OBSIDIAN STOCK

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  • Old Mill District | The Old Mill District was once the largest Pine mill in the world. Today it is now an epicenter for fun events, fine and casual dining, outdoor concerts, river activities and more. | by Photo by John Melton

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  • Downtown Bend Oregon | From cafes and bistros and a healthy dose of vivacious nightlife, downtown Bend is the hub of Central Oregon during the day and after dark. | by Dogleg Studios

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  • Fly Fishing at the Fall River | Central Oregon is renowned for fishing. Between the Crooked River, the Deschutes River, the Metolius River, and the Fall River, plus numerous lakes in the nearby Cascade Mountains outside of Bend, you could quite possibly never fish the same spot twice. | by Tyler Roemer

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  • Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort | Mt. Bachelor is one of North America's largest ski resorts featuring plenty of dry powdery snow, big terrain, short lift lines, and a great value. All within 20 minutes from the city of Bend, Oregon. | by © Bob Woodward

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  • Old Mill District in Bend, Oregon | Head to the Old Mill District in Bend for shopping, dining, events and movies | by Pete Alport

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  • Smith Rock State Park | Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne, Oregon, located a mere 30 minutes from downtown Bend, is one of the most scenic spots around Central Oregon. Experience hiking trails, rock climbing routes, and fishing along the Crooked River. | by Dogleg Studios

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  • Tumalo Creek Yoga | Whether practicing at a studio, or under a waterfall, yogis love Bend. | by Visit Bend/Pete Alport

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  • Sparks Lake Northern Lights | The Cascade Lakes make for a beautiful backdrop to catch the Northern Lights in Bend. | by Visit Bend/Pete Alport

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  • Stand Up Paddleboarding on Soda Creek | Did you know that Bend was recently named Outside Magazine's best SUP getaway in the world? If you didn't, you know now. Tons of rivers and lakes make Bend a water lover's dream town. | by Visit Bend/Pete Alport

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  • Moon Mountain Sunrise | Bend is known as Bike Town USA for hundreds of good reasons. Catching a sunrise from the top of the world is just one of them. | by Visit Bend/Pete Alport

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  • Cruisers and Cyclepub in Downtown Bend, Oregon | From townie cruisers to electric bikes and even a bike-turned-bar, the Cyclepub, getting around Bend is more fun than you could ever imagine. | by Visit Bend/Pete Alport

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  • Hiking North Sister in Bend, Oregon | When choosing a hiking adventure in Bend, one can hike along a paved river trail or choose the more adventurous route - climbing to the top of a local peak, where the sunsets are even more awe-inspiring. | by Visit Bend/Pete Alport

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