Dry River Canyon Trail

The Dry River Canyon Trail is a great choice for fall through late winter hiking. It is a moderate hike, 2 miles each way. It has seasonal wildlife closures from February 1-August 31 every year. This hike starts 17 miles east of Bend on Hwy 20. Just past milepost 17 … read more

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