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We have added a few links to help you plan your visit to

Alpaca Country Estates Ranch and Bed and Breakfast.

Click on the photo/link below to view a sample of nearby activities.

Map to Alpaca Country Estates with Addre
Three Sisters

The Three Sisters are a complex volcano of three volcanic peaks of the Cascade Volcanic Arc and the Cascade Range in the U.S. state of Oregon.

Tumelo Falls

Tumalo Falls is a 97-foot waterfall on Tumalo Creek, in the Cascade Range west of Bend in the U.S. state of Oregon. Additional waterfalls are upstream along Tumalo Creek and a tributary, Bridge Creek and its Bridge Creek Falls

Sisters Oregon Guide

A guide on what to do in Sisters, Oregon, 1/2 hour away from your stay at Alpaca Country Estates Ranch and B&B

Alpaca Yoga

Alpaca Country Estates presents Alpaca Yoga. Join us for alpaca yoga on the ranch and see what everyone is talking about!

Smith Rock

Enjoy scenic views of deep river canyons or rock climbing, Smith Rock State Park is the place for you. There are several thousand climbs in the park. More than a thousand are bolted routes. We also offer miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. Along your trip through the canyon, you might see golden eagles, prairie falcons, mule deer, river otter and beaver.

Smith Rock Riding Trails

Ready for an adventure? Enjoy riding under Monkey Face along the Crooked River on one of the most beautiful private ranches in Oregon "Ranch at the Canyons" These rides are guided by a professional with experienced trail horses. "Don't miss out on this once in a life time ride"

Two-Wheeled Fun for Everyone

Bend Mountain Biking Scene Ranked in National Geographic’s Top 10. Located in central Oregon’s high desert at the eastern flank of the Cascade Mountains, Bend offers around 300 miles of easily accessible linked trails. Exhaust the smooth, rolling, pumice-like singletrack that’s rideable almost all year and you have more than 700 other miles of trails within a 90-minute drive, including rowdy downhill shuttles in Oakridge and the technical McKenzie River Trail, Oregon’s signature ride.

High Desert Museum

Here, there’s history, up close encounters with wildlife, and learning is fun and seriously hands-on! Everyday the education staff shows kids, parents and grandparents alike things they’ve never seen before. When’s the last time you got to hangout with a porcupine while it had a snack? Would you dare touch a slithery snake?! At the High Desert Museum, it’s all possible. And you won’t believe how much fun you’ll have watching the little ones explore and take it all in!

Mt Bachelor

National Geographic Adventure called Mt. Bachelor one of the Top 25 Ski Areas in the World

Faith Hope & Charity Vineyards

Tasting room open daily.  Open for Lunch and Dinner.  Live music most Friday and Saturday evenings from 6-9 pm. Click on the photo for event details and to view menu. ​

River, Lake & Water Activities

No Bend vacation is complete without a few hours spent paddling, fishing, floating, splashing, wading, rafting, or gazing upon the spellbinding aquatic wonders dotting our high desert landscape. From the power of the mighty Deschutes River to the shimmering solitude of a Cascade mountain lake, there’s bound to be a body of water that calls to you.

Newberry National Volcanic Monument

There’s a volcano the size of Rhode Island just south of Bend, and it’s tough to believe a lot of folks miss it. In November of 1990, Newberry National Volcanic Monument was created within the boundaries of Deschutes National Forest.

Sled Dog Tour

You can hear them before you see them. About 30 four-legged endurance athletes chomping at the bit for another chance to prove their worth and provide you with an ear-to-ear grin that will last an entire day.

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