Conditions Report

Complete Report

24 Hour Snowfall

12"

7 Day Snowfall

28"

Base Depth

45"

Mid-Mtn Depth

73"

Season Total

116"

Forest Service Interpretive Tours

FREE Interpretive Tours with a Forest Service Naturalist

Join a US Forest Service Naturalist for FREE 90 minute interpretive tours. Learn about winter ecology at Mt Bachelor and the geology of Central Oregon, the Deschutes National Forest watershed and the plants and animals found throughout the area.

Please dress for the weather; snowshoes are provided and no previous experience is required. We do ask that participants be older than 8 years old and wear snowboots and warm winter clothing. No dogs. No infants in packs.

PROGRAM DATES

December 20, 2014 - January 4, 2015... DAILY (No tours on Christmas Day or New Year's Day)
January 10, 2014 - March 29, 2014... WEEKENDS, HOLIDAYS and SCHOOL VACATIONS

TIME

10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.  No reservations required.

WHERE

Please check-in 10-15 minutes prior to time of tour at the USFS snowshoe hut just outside the Guest Services building in West Village.

COST

FREE - snowshoes are provided, however, guests may wear their own if preferred. 
Donations accepted on behalf of non-profit partner, Discover Your Forest, to fund this volunteer-based program

GROUPS

Special tours available for schools and groups.  Contact Karen Gentry at karen.gentry@discovernw.org to register your group!

MORE INFORMATION

Call the Snowshoe Hotline at 1-541-383-4055 for up-to-date information. 
Contact Karen Gentry at karen.gentry@discovernw.org with questions or feedback.

Discover the Thrill of the Chill

JUNIOR SNOW RANGER PROGRAM

PROGRAM DATES

Sunday, January 25
Sunday, February 22
Sunday, March 15

TIME

1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.  No reservations required.

WHERE

Please check-in 10-15 minutes prior to time of tour at the USFS snowshoe hut just outside the Guest Services building in West Village.

COST

FREE for the program
Donations accepted on behalf of non-profit partner, Discover Your Forest, to fund this volunteer-based program

AGE

Children of all ages are welcome.

MORE INFORMATION

Call the Snowshoe Hotline at 1-541-383-4055 for up-to-date information. 
Contact Karen Gentry at karen.gentry@discovernw.org with questions or feedback.


Presented by the Bend Fort Rock Ranger District of the Deschutes National Forest and Mt. Bachelor, Inc.

Thanks to all the US Forest Service Volunteer Snowshoe Rangers who make this program at success!