US Forest Service Interpretive Talks
Forest Service Talks have concluded for the summer season.
Give your day trip to Mt. Bachelor an educational twist. Join a US Forest Service Ranger and learn about the flora and fauna that thrive in our sometimes harsh and ever-changing environment. The 30-minute program will take advantage of the beautiful views while you learn about volcanoes, geology, ecology and the cultural history of our region.
Interpretive Talk Information
- When: 11:45 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. daily
- Where: Pine Marten Lodge Deck
- How To Get There: Take a Scenic Chairlift Ride*
- Remember the Interpretive Talks are FREE!
Hike with a Ranger
Offered at 2:00 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, join a Forest Service Ranger on a brief hike across the lava fields around the Pine Marten Lodge. Learn about volcanoes, geology, ecology and the cultural history of our region.
*To ride Pine Marten lift you must purchase a chairlift ticket