If you’ve been a fan of this website for a while, you agree with us that Oregon is Beautiful because you enjoy the beaches, trails, and the wide variety of diverse towns that our state has to offer, but what about the backcountry?
Oregon’s Backcountry is by far one of the most beautiful parts of the state because it’s largely untouched, and it’s possible that you can go hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, or snowshoeing there during the year without seeing another human being.
The big question is where exactly is Oregon’s Backcountry? How do you get there?
In this article, will answer this question and provide you with several tips, you should know before heading out to Oregon’s backcountry.
Where To Find Oregon Back Country
Oregon’s backcountry can be found in Central Oregon, specifically in areas surrounding Bend, Redmond, Prineville and Sisters.
Many people who love the outdoors travel to Oregon’s to Backcountry every year because they enjoy being able to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city while also still being close to civilization.
Some of the most popular Oregon Backcountry destinations that you should consider traveling to include the following:
Three Sisters – Located about an hour from Prineville is the Three Sisters Wilderness Backcountry area. Here you’ll find miles of pristine Backcountry Paradise that’s perfect for skiing during the winter, and hiking or biking during the rest of the year.
Broken Top – If you ask any resident of Bend or Redmond about Broken Top, they will have a smile on their face because it’s one of the preeminent Back country destinations in Central Oregon.
Here you’ll find an excellent wilderness boundary which includes Dutchman Flat.
Mount Bailey – Last of all, another excellent Back country destination that’s about a hundred miles south of Bend is Mount Bailey. Here you’re going to find another excellent Backcountry destination that’s perfect for a long weekend trip, skiing, snowboarding, or hiking during the year.
What To Do Before Heading To The Back Country
A word of warning, before heading out to Oregon’s Back Country, make sure that you always take the time to study the weather report because it’s not uncommon for some backcountry destinations to get snow during the late spring and early summer months.