- Along the Deschutes River
- 14 miles
- Aerobic Difficulty:
- Elevation Change:
- 700 feet
- Spring - Fall
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The Deschutes River Trail offers uninterrupted access to the major river in the area, and is broken down into several smaller sections that vary in scenery and trail difficulty. Overall, though, the trail is beautiful, abundant with wildlife, and breezes along the river are refreshing on a hot day.
The Deschutes, which is both a national and state scenic waterway, drops about a quarter of a mile in its final 100 miles as it twists through canyons 700 to 2,200 feet deep - great for days of fun whitewater rafting, kayaking, and inner-tubing.