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Dutchman Flat Sno-Park
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Dutchman Flat Sno-Park, Oregon
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Description: 6350ft elevation. 19 miles of cross-country ski and snowshoe trails range from beginner to expert, with most of the trails in the beginner to intermediate range. The sno-park also offers access to about 150 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, Sisters and Crescent Ranger District snowmobile trails, and snowmobile warming shelters, although due to parking lot congestion, large vehicles and vehicles with trailers are advised to use the Edison or Wanoga sno-parks.

The Dutchman Sno-park is very congested and parking is limited during holidays and weekends, when the lot fills early. These trails are all closed to dogs, with the exception of controlled working dogs (sled dogs) on snowmobile trails, which require a free permit from the ranger district. Mountain biking and hiking on Tumalo Trails system during summer.

Location: From Bend, go about 22 miles southwest on OR 46.   Latitude: 43.99973895   Longitude: -121.663593

Address: Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District
Deschutes National Forest
63095 Deschutes Market Road
Bend, OR  97701
Phone: (541) 383- 4000

Season: November - April, snow dependent

Fee: sno-park permit required

Reservations: NO
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Notes: A Sno-Park pass is required. Passes are available from Oregon Dept of Motor Vehicles, Forest Service offices, and local sporting goods stores.
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