You must have a valid Sno–Park permit displayed near the lower left corner of the windshield of your vehicle if you park in a designated winter recreation parking area (Sno–Park) between November 1 and April 30. Each of these areas are posted with signs identifying them as a WINTER RECREATION AREA. You will find Sno–Parks in all mountain passes of the state as well as most recognized ski, snowmobile, and snow play areas.
Snowshoeing Trails Near Redmond/Bend/Sisters
Almost all of the Sno-Parks have snow shoe trails. There are numerous trail maps you can use. Here are a few to help you with your snowshoeing adventure.
Check out this site for detailed mapsand even a georeferenced PDF map you can use while you're out in the wilderness, even when you don't have cell service or an internet connection.
Take your adventures to the next level with snowshoes! Go for a day trip to the mountain or just trek through the canyon with your family for a few hours. Adult and youth sizes available. Don't forget to check the current snow or trail conditions for the Bend/Redmond Area.
*After Hours drop off available at the
redmond Taco del mar location across the street.