Mt. Bachelor lodging & Oregon vacation

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Mount Bachelor, about 2,800 meters high, is located near Sparks Lake in Deschutes County, just 37 kilometers east of Bend, Oregon. It is considered an extinct volcano since its last eruption occurred about 9000 years ago. Since the middle of the 20th century it has had an important ski resort. The whole complex is in turn part of the Cascade Mountains that cross several states, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and northern California. They belong to the so-called "Pacific Ring of Fire" (volcanic area that extends on both sides of the ocean over the continents).Nearby are also the Sun River, Cascade Lakes and Waldo Lake. The ski area occupies almost 15 square kilometers, with places where the snow cover has a depth of ten meters, and has slopes for beginners, intermediate, advanced and expert skiers. One of the best things to to is skiing and snowboarding. Equipped with 10 lifts, including 7 high-speed chairlifts, it offers several marked itineraries for off-piste and provides all the services that a resort of this size requires. It averages almost 8 meters of accumulated snow per year, which guarantees a long season that normally lasts until May. This is place is the perfect destination for a winter getaway and Oregon vacation. So if you want to stay away from the traditional Mt. Bachelor resorts, take a look at these unique accommodations. These Mt. Bachelor lodging alternatives are everything you've been looking for. Book one of these vacation rentals and get ready for the best Oregon getaways!

 

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