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Oregon's Crater Lake, in Crater Lake National Park. Photo: Bicycle Adventures
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Oregon Crater Lake Bike Tour

The ultimate Central Oregon bike tour: 6 days of glorious scenery and smooth roads. Ride Bend and Crater Lake - one of the 'Most Zen Places on the Planet' - whose rim ride regularly crowns Top 10 lists.

Our Oregon Bike Tours

A Word from our Clients
If I had one last day on earth, I would ride the rim at Crater Lake.
Lynn P.
Boynton Beach, FL
A Bicycle Adventures trip is an amazing vacation. We really enjoyed the variety of scenery on this ride. It is so nice to just ride and enjoy knowing that everything is taken care of. No worries - just fun!
Tina and Harvey M.
Newark, DE
A great choice for someone who likes to cycle!  I'd feel like I was cheating if I went with another company.
Gania B.
Nashville, TN
A great trip. The lodges were spectacular, especially Crater Lake Lodge - worth a trip in itself. Oregon is beautiful! 
Robert C & Suzanne C.
Indialantic, FL
Awesome trip - a must-do for every cyclist. 
Doug I.
Houston, Texas
Best vacation ever. We didn't want it to end. 
Alan & Debbie R.
Beachwood, Ohio
Bicycle Adventures maximizes your vacation experience by careful planning and execution of each trip. They worry about everything so you don't have to worry about anything!
Howie W.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Major high-fives all around. We are hooked! Matt was figuring out which tour we could next devour even before this one was over. 
Matt & Wendy F.
Evanston, Illinois
Some of the best cycling ever. 
Stephen K.
Norristown, Pennsylvania
Spectacular. This is the way to go if you truly want to see a large amount of territory and you want the support of the van, which allows you to push your limits. Guides were extraordinary. The cycling was challenging and beautiful. 
Pat H. & Sylvia V.
Arlington Heights, Illinois
The best part about these trips is the simplicity: eat, sleep, pedal.
Karen B.
Lakewood, CO
The Crater Lake tour was phenomenal! The riding was challenging but easily tailored to all levels. Seeing and experiencing it from the bike was the only way to do it. 
Brian H. & Robyn M.
Warminster, Pennsylvania
The trip was a dream come true for us. Crater Lake was even more beautiful than any photograph we had seen.
Deborah & Todd B.
Lexington, Massachusetts
This was a fabulous experience for us. We are not super experienced cyclists, but it felt good to do something a bit out of our comfort zone. I can't tell you how many times I uttered the word "gorgeous" on this trip. 
Sarah W.
Yakima, Washington

Oregon Crater Lake Bike Tour

Paved bike path around Diamond Lake - just south of Crater Lake, Oregon. Photo: Bicycle Adventures Crater Lake, Oregon, on Bicycle Adventures' Oregon Crater Lake bike tour. Photo: Bicycle Adventures Bicycling the Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway, Oregon on Bicycle Adventures' Oregon Crater Lake tour. Mt. Bachelor as seen on Bicycle Adventures' Oregon Crater Lake bike tour. Crater Lake Lodge in Crater Lake National Park, as seen on Bicycle Adventures' Oregon Crater Lake bike tour.  Photo: Bicycle Adventures

"If I had one last day on Earth, I'd ride the rim at Crater Lake." So says guest Lynn P. from Florida. Relish the riding on satin-smooth roads through forests of tall timbers. Cruise beside sparkling rivers and snow-crowned peaks. Bicycle the Aufderheide Scenic Byway, which Adventure Cycling magazine calls "...a mecca for road riders looking for ultra-smooth pavement, low traffic and scenic beauty." Sample the craft brews and explore the outdoor-lover's paradise of Bend. Hike Central Oregon’s surreal high desert. Spend two days in stunning Crater Lake National Park, and ride around the volcanic rim of the deepest lake in the United States. It all adds up to one phenomenal week

National Parks on This Tour: Crater Lake National Park

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Meet in Eugene. Bike one of the ‘Top 10 Roads in the West’ - the stunning Aufderheide Scenic Byway.

Meet us in Eugene, Oregon. Ride the beautiful Aufderheide Scenic Byway beside the McKenzie, a Wild and Scenic River that weaves through the dense old-growth of the Willamette National Forest. A world-class road bike ride, the Adventure Cycling Association calls it " of the top 10 roads in the West, a mecca for road riders looking for ultra-smooth pavement, low traffic and scenic beauty.”  Spend tonight at McKenzie Riverside Cottages, a favorite haunt of President Herbert Hoover.


Climb from old-growth fir forests to the alpine woods and lava fields of McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway. Enjoy the outdoor mecca town of Bend for the next 2 nights.

Cross the Cascade Range via McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway, a 3,700-foot climb spanning 22 miles. “The grades are pretty steady but not real hard,” says Chris Horner, professional cyclist from Bend, Oregon, describing his favorite local ride for Bicycling magazine. “It’s beautiful up at the top of McKenzie Pass — a snowcapped mountain view on one side and a lava field on the other.”

Lunch at the summit among 2,000-year-old jumbled lava flows. Ride a long sweeping descent through the lodgepole pines of Willamette National Forest into the Old West town of Sisters. Then it's on to your two-night stay at McMenamins Old St. Francis School in Bend, Oregon. Enjoy the soaking pool at McMenamins - and have fun exploring the town's craft brewpubs.


Ride and explore Bend, Oregon’s adventure capital.

Bend offers a plethora of choices: world-class fly fishing on rivers like the Deschutes and Metolius, stellar hiking and mountain biking, river rafting - and of course, brewpubs, shops and art galleries. Prefer to ride? We'll show you some great road cycling options - including a ride out to Smith Rock, famous in the rock-climbing world. If you like, you can ride there, take a climbing lesson and then head on back. Take your pick from a bevy of options: we’ll make it happen.


Ride Dutchman Flat and Crane Prairie, then ride into Crater Lake National Park.

Ride the Cascade Lakes Highway today. This gorgeous National Scenic Byway in the Deschutes National Forest wraps the foothills of Mt. Bachelor, curving from Dutchman Flat to lunch at Crane Prairie Reservoir. This breeding ground for osprey is also home to record-breaking rainbow trout. This afternoon, ride into Crater Lake National Park - an unforgettable cruise across a high meadow strewn with volcanic pumice from the blast of Mt. Mazama 8,000 years ago. Crest the rim for your first sight of stunning Crater Lake 1,500 feet below. As one of Oregon's seven wonders, it's nothing short of breathtaking! Spend the next two nights at Crater Lake Lodge, the lovingly restored National Park Lodge perched on the west rim. The views are fantastic.


Ride Crater Lake’s spectacular rim – a glorious 33-mile route that tops Bicycling Magazine’s ‘Dream Rides’ list.

Crater Lake’s 33-mile bicycle ride is considered by Bicycling magazine to be one of the most spectacular one-day rides in the country. PureWow's travel page calls it one of the '11 Most Zen Places on the Planet.' On one side, a rocky cliff leads down to the deepest lake in the United States; on the other, thrill to a 100-mile panoramic view from 7,000 feet of elevation: the Cascade Mountains, Eastern Oregon's high desert, Cinnamon Butte, The Sisters. We guarantee this will be one of the top 5 bicycle rides of your life. 


Ride through forested wilderness along the Clearwater River. Then it's back to Eugene for your return trip home.

Cycle north beside Crater Lake one last time and descend into the Umpqua National Forest. Pedal amidst evergreens following the Clearwater River. Enjoy lunch and a short hike to Watson Falls - at 272 feet, it's Oregon's third highest - before hopping in the van for the ride back to Eugene. 

Make your reservation now or (800) 443-6060.

Oregon Crater Lake Bike Tour

Trip Details

Included Activities

Biking (bikes included), hiking


6 days - Sunday to Friday


Can be tailored to all levels


Included: All breakfasts, 5 lunches, 4 dinners

Daily Mileage

Standard route: average 45, range 30 – 60 (longer or shorter routes available)


Eugene, OR

2019 Departures

July 7. July 21. July 28. August 4. August 11. August 18. August 25. September 1.



Traveling Alone?

Single Room

As an optional extra, a person traveling solo on any inn-to-inn trip may reserve a room for his or her exclusive use. This will guarantee you a private room and private bath every night. Unlike other tour companies, if you're willing to share a room, there is no extra charge for coming solo, no matter when you sign up for the tour - even if you wind up with a private room by default.