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Cascade Lakes Tour (4 Hours)


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About Cascade Lakes Tour (4 Hours)

Cascade Lake Adventure! Amazing Experience through the Cascades of Oregon. Drive or ride in your private Polaris RZR. Outriders will show you the way through the true back country of Central Oregon. The fresh air and beauty of Central Oregon will surround you. Come check out the fascinating terrain of The Deschutes National Forest

57100 Beaver Dr,
Bend, OR 97707

Cascade Lakes Scenic Adventure, 4 hrs. | Customized | $529/ATV:

4 Hr. Tour / We Guide You Drive Tour / Meet at Edison Sno Park

Mountain Views, Alpine Lakes, Great driving trails, this tour has it all!! Thrilling trails awaits you as you explore the inner forests of the Cascade Mountain Range over lava boulders, natural landscapes and forest debris. Adventure to the remote backwoods region of the Cascade Lakes area and enjoy a stop at a lake for a great view and relaxation

Adventurers will experience a fun and bumpy ride that is suitable for both beginners and experience drivers. While driving, climb and see the spectacular lake vista and forest scenery along the way. Expect a fun ride and one short, but difficult hike, if you’re up to it.

The Cascade Lakes are a collection of lakes in central Oregon in the United States. The lakes are found along the east side of the Cascade Range in Deschutes County, Oregon. The lakes begin west of Mount Bachelor, just beyond the Mount Bachelor ski area. The first lake in the chain is Todd Lake. Heading west and south, Todd Lake is followed by Sparks LakeDevils LakeElk LakeHosmer LakeLava LakeLittle Lava LakeCultus Lake and Little Cultus Lake. At the south end of the chain are Crane Prairie ReservoirNorth and South Twin LakesWickiup Reservoir, and Davis Lake.[1]

Quick Facts:
  • Up to 4 guests per RZR
  • Complementary Bottled Water & Tour Snack
  • Professional Outrider Guides to help you Explore
  • You Drive & We Guide Tours

A rustic bathroom is available at parking lot, but otherwise natural facilities are everywhere in the great outdoors.