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One- or Two-Night Stay with Resort Credit at Seventh Mountain Resort in Bend, OR

Bend, OR

98% of 57 customers recommend

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Rustic mountain resort features heated outdoor pools and onsite horseback riding

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 19th, 2013. Must book and complete travel by 6/19/13 or promotional value expires. Not valid 4/25-4/26, 5/24-5/25, 6/4, or 6/13-6/14. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. 7-day cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price applies. Must be 18 or older to check in. Credit card required at booking and check-in. Tax and resort fee not included, charged at booking; total fee is $17 for 1-night option, $38 for 2-night option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Lodge-Style Condos near Skiing amid Deschutes National Forest

Oregon’s Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway offers some of the best views of the smoky-blue peaks and volcanic formations in the Cascade Range. The still-active Newberry Volcano lies at the southern end of the byway. Further up the road is the Lava Cast Forest, which is filled with molds of pine trees that were suddenly incinerated in a lava flow about 7,000 years ago. Seventh Mountain Resort is situated at the roadway's eastern end, and you can sit at the resort’s private patios to overlook groves of douglas firs and ponderosa pines.

The forest is more than a scenic backdrop—its rocky ridges and waterscapes form a playground for adventures year-round. In spring and summer, you can bike through Bend, named America's Top Mountain Biking Town by Mountain Bike Action magazine. Fishers wade through the Deschutes River for trout and steelhead, and there are several area golf courses with gorgeous mountain backdrops. After a full day on the mountain, you can soak in one of the two heated outdoor pools or three hot tubs.

There’s a kitchen in each one-bedroom condo, so it’s easy to whip up dinner at home. Or you can drop by one of the resort's two restaurants: Seasons Restaurant serves country omelets with sausage, peppers, and onions ($11) and other hearty breakfast dishes to start the day, while the intimate Rimrock Bar serves unique dinner entrees, such as pan-seared rockfish served with bacon and quinoa ($16).

Bend, Oregon: Skiing and Hiking Adventures in the Cascade Range

Although the Pacific Northwest is associated with gray skies, Bend, Oregon, is blessed with about 300 days of sunshine per year, creating a warm, dry climate and high-desert terrain. And yet, in spite of the sun, Mount Bachelor accumulates more than 370 inches of snow annually, making Bend ideal for outdoor recreation year-round.

Once the snow thaws, there are plenty of warm-weather activities at the mountain, including mountain biking and hiking. You could also head over to nearby Smith Rock State Park, where day hikes reveal golden eagles, mule deer, and river otters.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.


98% of 57 customers recommend

  • “Close to Mt. Bachelor,warm outdoor swimming pools and hot tubs, ice skating, friendly service, nice accommodations, and incredible nature out the back door!”

  • “We really enjoyed being able to go hiking right outside of the unit.”

  • “Large condo and beautiful area. Close to the mountain.”

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    Bend, OR

    18575 SW Century Dr

    Bend, OR 97702


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