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PARCEL DETAILS Parcel ID: 191133BA00500 Related Tax Accounts: 168869 Subdivision: DEER PARK II Lot / Block: 9 / 13

GENERAL INFORMATION Taxpayer Mailing: CRANDELL,ALAN D ALAN & NANCY CRANDELL TRUST 18160 COTTONWOOD RD 779 SUNRIVER, OR 97707 Owners: (3)

Location: County: DESCHUTES, OREGON Map / Taxlot: 191133BA / 500 Lat / Lon: 43.89080801 / -121.41734359 Situs Addresses:

ALAN & NANCY CRANDELL TRUST CRANDELL,ALAN D CRANDELL,NANCY J

57566 WHISTLER LN, SUNRIVER, 97707

ASSESSMENT SUMMARY Calculated Acres: Assessed Acres: RM Land: RM Impr: RM Total: Total AV: Taxes:

0.22 (9,469 sf) 0.22 (9,583 sf) $123,300 $176,590 $299,890 $225,090 --

Zoning: SURS - SUNRIVER - SUNRIVER SINGLE FAMILY RES

Land Use: 801 - RESORT IMPROVED

Improvement Totals: SqFt: 2369 Bedrooms: 3

Full Baths: 2.0

Half Baths: --

IMPROVEMENTS Code 143

Description

SqFt

Year Built

RESIDENCE: Two Story

2369

2004

Beds Baths (F/H) Floor Types 3

2.0 /

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RECENT TRANSACTIONS Date Ref # 02/18/2011 2011-6973 07/28/2004 2004-45279 08/10/1995 1995-3842690

Type

Price $0 $137,000 $0

Seller Buyer CRANDELL, ALAN D & NANCY J CRANDELL, ALAN D & NANCY J TTE WHITE,JAMES A JR TRUSTEE ETAL CRANDELL, ALAN D & NANCY J

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Disclaimer: This report was created from digital databases provided by the Deschutes County GIS. AmeriTitle has provided this information as a courtesy and assumes no liability for errors, omissions, or accuracy of the data, and does not warranty the fitness of this product for any particular purpose.

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REAL PROPERTY TAX STATEMENT JULY 1, 2012 TO JUNE 30, 2013 DESCHUTES COUNTY, OREGON 1300 NW WALL ST., SUITE 200 BEND OR 97701

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION 1095 191133-BA-00500 801 57566 WHISTLER LN SUNRIVER DEER PARK II 13 9

CODE:

MAP: CLASS: SITUS: LEGAL:

ALAN & NANCY CRANDELL TRUST CRANDELL, ALAN D & NANCY J TTEES 18160 COTTONWOOD RD #779 SUNRIVER, OR 97707

VALUES: REAL MARKET (RMV) LAND STRUCTURES TOTAL RMV

LAST YEAR

THIS YEAR

128,230 183,950 312,180

123,300 176,590 299,890

MAXIMUM ASSESSED VALUE

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225,090

TOTAL ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTIONS NET TAXABLE:

218,540

225,090

218,540

225,090

TOTAL PROPERTY TAX:

3,125.36

3,196.04

ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS TAX QUESTIONS

ACCOUNT NO:

168869

SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 HIGH DESERT ESD C O C C EDUCATION TOTAL:

1,072.35 21.70 139.65 1,233.70

DESCHUTES COUNTY COUNTY LIBRARY COUNTYWIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT COUNTY EXTENSION/4H 911 911 LOCAL OPTION 2008 SUNRIVER SERVICE DISTRICT GENERAL GOVT TOTAL:

287.73 123.80 213.84 5.04 36.42 51.77 745.05 1,463.65

JAIL BOND FAIRGROUNDS BOND SUNRIVER LIBRARY DEPT OF FORESTRY FIRE PATROL SCHOOL #1 BOND 1993 SCHOOL #1 BOND 1998 SCHOOL #1 BOND 2002 SCHOOL #1 BOND 2007 C O C C BOND BONDS - OTHER TOTAL:

29.06 31.63 11.01 66.25 23.93 113.90 91.43 101.43 30.05 498.69

(541) 388-6508 (541) 388-6540

2012-13 TAX ( Before Discount ) PAYMENT OPTIONS 3% Option 2% Option Trimester Option 3,100.16 2,088.08 1,065.35 1,065.35 1,065.35 1,065.34 3,100.16 3,153.43 3,196.04

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School Snapshot Three Rivers Elementary and Middle School 56900 Enterprise Drive Sunriver, OR 97707 541.355-3000

Principal: Gayle Vidal Enrollment and Staffing Total Enrollment (as of Oct. 2012): • Grade K: 42 • Grade 1: 40 • Grade 2: 30 • Grade 3: 40 • Grade 4: 47 • Grade 5: 43 • Grade 6: 34 • Grade 7: 35 • Grade 8: 47 Demographics (as of Oct. 2012): • ELL (English Language Learners) • Free and Reduced Meals • Special Education • Talented and Gifted (TAG) • Minority Students

2010-11 State Report Card Rating: Outstanding 358 Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards * Reading Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

.8% 54.8% 14.7% 3.6% 3.0%

Student to Teacher Ratio

25.6

Total Staffing (2011-12 Report Card):

32.9

• Teachers (FTE): 17.6 • Average Years of Experience: 13.0 years • With a Master’s Degree or Higher: 63.5% • Classes taught by Teachers who meet NCLB definition of Highly Qualified Teacher: 94.7% • Administrator: 1 Principal

Facilities

90%

85%

72%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Math Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

68%

74%

64%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Science - Grades 5, 8

84%

76%

69%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Year Opened: 1992 Facility Size: 75,432 square feet Last Renovated: 2011

Technology Use in the Classroom

School Programs • Half-day kindergarten • Full-day kindergarten

Student to Computer Ratio: 1.1 Presentation Stations: 22 (laptop computer, projector, document camera, speakers)

Bend-La Pine Schools – 520 NW Wall Street – Bend, OR 97701

* Reading achievement standards were raised by ODE in June 2011.


School Snapshot 2011-12 State Report Card Rating: Outstanding

Bend Senior High School th

230 NE 6 Street Bend, OR 97701 541.355.3700

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards Reading - Grade 11

Principal: H.D. Weddel Enrollment and Staffing Total Enrollment (as of Oct. 2012): • Grade 9: 436 • Grade 10: 435 • Grade 11: 357 • Grade 12: 365 Demographics (as of Oct. 2012): • ELL (English Language Learners) • Free and Reduced Meals • Special Education • Talented and Gifted (TAG) • Minority Students Student to Teacher Ratio

95%

2010-11

2011-12

1,593

85% 2011-12 State

Writing - Grade 11

63% 2.4% 34.3% 13.7% 9.9% 15.2% 24.9

Total Staffing (2011-12 Report Card):

91%

122.4

• Teachers (FTE): 59.3 • Average Years of Experience: 14.5 years • With a Master’s Degree or Higher: 70.8% • Classes taught by Teachers who meet NCLB definition of Highly Qualified Teacher: 98.8% • Administrators: 1 Principal, 2 Assistant Principals • Counselors: 4

Facilities

2010-11

87%

68%

2011-12

2011-12 State

Math - Grade 11

81%

87%

67%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Science - Grade 11

75%

80%

65%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Year Opened: 1956 Facility Size: 254,601 square feet Last Renovated: 2010

Technology Use in the Classroom Student to Computer Ratio: 3.2 Presentation Stations: 29 (laptop computer, projector, document camera, speakers)

School Programs – As of 2011-12 School Year International Baccalaureate Program Participation (jr/sr): 54% CTE Program Participation: 11% Fine Arts / Performing Arts Participation: 42% Athletics Participation: 47% AP Courses Offered: 4; Students Enrolled in AP Courses: 184 Dual College Credits Earned: 438

Bend-La Pine Schools – 520 NW Wall Street – Bend, OR 97701


School Snapshot 2011-12 State Report Card Rating: Outstanding

Summit High School

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards

2855 NW Clearwater Drive Bend, OR 97701 541.355-4000

Reading - Grade 11

Principal: Dr. Alice DeWittie Enrollment and Staffing Total Enrollment (as of Oct. 2012): • Grade 9: 425 • Grade 10: 348 • Grade 11: 323 • Grade 12: 296 Demographics (as of Oct. 2012): • ELL (English Language Learners) • Free and Reduced Meals • Special Education • Talented and Gifted (TAG) • Minority Students

1,392

94%

91%

2010-11

2011-12

85% 2011-12

Writing - Grade 11

1.9% 19.0% 9.8% 18.0% 11.1%

Student to Teacher Ratio

28.4

Total Staffing (2011-12 Report Card):

86.7

• Teachers (FTE): 49.0 • Average Years of Experience: 14.8 years • With a Master’s Degree or Higher: 77.8% • Classes taught by Teachers who meet NCLB definition of Highly Qualified Teacher: 99.1% • Administrators: 1 Principal, 2 Assistant Principals • Counselors: 4

Facilities

88%

83%

68%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Math - Grade 11

83%

77%

67%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Science - Grade 11

84%

74%

65%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Year Opened: 2001 Facility Size: 226,538 square feet Last Renovated: NA

Technology Use in the Classroom Student to Computer Ratio: 3.6 Presentation Stations: 34 (laptop computer, projector, document camera, speakers)

School Programs – As of 2011-12 School Year Fine Arts / Performing Arts Participation: 53% Athletics Participation: 51% AP Courses Offered: 12 Students Enrolled in AP Courses: 408 Dual College Credits Earned: 680

Bend-La Pine Schools – 520 NW Wall Street – Bend, OR 97701


School Snapshot Three Rivers Elementary and Middle School 56900 Enterprise Drive Sunriver, OR 97707 541.355-3000

Principal: Gayle Vidal Enrollment and Staffing Total Enrollment (as of Oct. 2012): • Grade K: 42 • Grade 1: 40 • Grade 2: 30 • Grade 3: 40 • Grade 4: 47 • Grade 5: 43 • Grade 6: 34 • Grade 7: 35 • Grade 8: 47 Demographics (as of Oct. 2012): • ELL (English Language Learners) • Free and Reduced Meals • Special Education • Talented and Gifted (TAG) • Minority Students

2010-11 State Report Card Rating: Outstanding 358 Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards * Reading Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

.8% 54.8% 14.7% 3.6% 3.0%

Student to Teacher Ratio

25.6

Total Staffing (2011-12 Report Card):

32.9

• Teachers (FTE): 17.6 • Average Years of Experience: 13.0 years • With a Master’s Degree or Higher: 63.5% • Classes taught by Teachers who meet NCLB definition of Highly Qualified Teacher: 94.7% • Administrator: 1 Principal

Facilities

90%

85%

72%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Math Grades 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

68%

74%

64%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Science - Grades 5, 8

84%

76%

69%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Year Opened: 1992 Facility Size: 75,432 square feet Last Renovated: 2011

Technology Use in the Classroom

School Programs • Half-day kindergarten • Full-day kindergarten

Student to Computer Ratio: 1.1 Presentation Stations: 22 (laptop computer, projector, document camera, speakers)

Bend-La Pine Schools – 520 NW Wall Street – Bend, OR 97701

* Reading achievement standards were raised by ODE in June 2011.


School Snapshot 2011-12 State Report Card Rating: Outstanding

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230 NE 6 Street Bend, OR 97701 541.355.3700

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards Reading - Grade 11

Principal: H.D. Weddel Enrollment and Staffing Total Enrollment (as of Oct. 2012): • Grade 9: 436 • Grade 10: 435 • Grade 11: 357 • Grade 12: 365 Demographics (as of Oct. 2012): • ELL (English Language Learners) • Free and Reduced Meals • Special Education • Talented and Gifted (TAG) • Minority Students Student to Teacher Ratio

95%

2010-11

2011-12

1,593

85% 2011-12 State

Writing - Grade 11

63% 2.4% 34.3% 13.7% 9.9% 15.2% 24.9

Total Staffing (2011-12 Report Card):

91%

122.4

• Teachers (FTE): 59.3 • Average Years of Experience: 14.5 years • With a Master’s Degree or Higher: 70.8% • Classes taught by Teachers who meet NCLB definition of Highly Qualified Teacher: 98.8% • Administrators: 1 Principal, 2 Assistant Principals • Counselors: 4

Facilities

2010-11

87%

68%

2011-12

2011-12 State

Math - Grade 11

81%

87%

67%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Science - Grade 11

75%

80%

65%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Year Opened: 1956 Facility Size: 254,601 square feet Last Renovated: 2010

Technology Use in the Classroom Student to Computer Ratio: 3.2 Presentation Stations: 29 (laptop computer, projector, document camera, speakers)

School Programs – As of 2011-12 School Year International Baccalaureate Program Participation (jr/sr): 54% CTE Program Participation: 11% Fine Arts / Performing Arts Participation: 42% Athletics Participation: 47% AP Courses Offered: 4; Students Enrolled in AP Courses: 184 Dual College Credits Earned: 438

Bend-La Pine Schools – 520 NW Wall Street – Bend, OR 97701


School Snapshot 2011-12 State Report Card Rating: Outstanding

Summit High School

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding Standards

2855 NW Clearwater Drive Bend, OR 97701 541.355-4000

Reading - Grade 11

Principal: Dr. Alice DeWittie Enrollment and Staffing Total Enrollment (as of Oct. 2012): • Grade 9: 425 • Grade 10: 348 • Grade 11: 323 • Grade 12: 296 Demographics (as of Oct. 2012): • ELL (English Language Learners) • Free and Reduced Meals • Special Education • Talented and Gifted (TAG) • Minority Students

1,392

94%

91%

2010-11

2011-12

85% 2011-12

Writing - Grade 11

1.9% 19.0% 9.8% 18.0% 11.1%

Student to Teacher Ratio

28.4

Total Staffing (2011-12 Report Card):

86.7

• Teachers (FTE): 49.0 • Average Years of Experience: 14.8 years • With a Master’s Degree or Higher: 77.8% • Classes taught by Teachers who meet NCLB definition of Highly Qualified Teacher: 99.1% • Administrators: 1 Principal, 2 Assistant Principals • Counselors: 4

Facilities

88%

83%

68%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Math - Grade 11

83%

77%

67%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Science - Grade 11

84%

74%

65%

2010-11

2011-12

2011-12 State

Year Opened: 2001 Facility Size: 226,538 square feet Last Renovated: NA

Technology Use in the Classroom Student to Computer Ratio: 3.6 Presentation Stations: 34 (laptop computer, projector, document camera, speakers)

School Programs – As of 2011-12 School Year Fine Arts / Performing Arts Participation: 53% Athletics Participation: 51% AP Courses Offered: 12 Students Enrolled in AP Courses: 408 Dual College Credits Earned: 680

Bend-La Pine Schools – 520 NW Wall Street – Bend, OR 97701


Sunriver Profile Often equated in the minds of many visitors as the primary initial reason for traveling to Central Oregon, Sunriver has evolved into the Pacific Northwest’s premier destination resort. In addition to four award-winning golf courses, 30 miles of paved bike trails (many more for mountain biking) and several meandering miles of the Deschutes River, the community offers some of the region’s finest dining and shopping. Population The Pacific Northwest’s greatest destination resort, Sunriver has proven to be a popular residential community as well – growing to a town of over 15,000 people during the summer peak season. Non-residents who vacation here or have properties for investment purposes own approximately 83 percent of the homes in Sunriver. That equates to approximately 2000 permanent residents. Because Sunriver lies in Deschutes County’s unincorporated area exact permanent resident population figures are not available. Development Golf is a big part of development in Sunriver. Sunriver Resort boasts four golf courses totaling 63 holes of championship golf, through varied and picturesque terrain. The crowning piece is the Bob Cupp/John Foughtdesigned Crosswater Golf Course, touted by Golf Digest as one of “America’s 100 Best Golf Courses”. In 2007, Crosswater became the site of the PGA Tour's JELD-WEN Tradition Tournament, held each August. Other outstanding courses in Sunriver include the Meadows and Woodlands courses and the resort's course, Caldera Links, with 9 holes. The current residential property inventory for the resort is at approximately 2800 homes and over 850 condominiums within the development’s 3,300 acres. Sunriver Resort serves as a destination for business groups, conferences, tradeshows and corporate retreats. The resort sports 28 tennis courts, 35 miles of paved bike paths, three swimming complexes, horseback riding, canoeing and kayaking, fly fishing, skiing and snowboarding at nearby Mt. Bachelor Ski Resort, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

Economic Development for Central Oregon | 705 SW Bonnett Way, #1000, Bend OR 97702 | 541-388-3236


Plus, there’s the resort’s Sage Springs Club & Spa, first-class programs for youths and teens, a nearby shopping village and nature center.The Great Hall, featuring exposed beams and magnificent fireplaces, is a truly great architectural testimony to Oregon’s wood products heritage. The resort boasts an executive airport with a 5,500’ runway for residents on working vacations or business retreats, or who live in Sunriver and commute to jobs in Seattle, Portland, or San Francisco. The privately-owned park hosts commercial, retail and light industrial businesses as well as a public school and library. Livability Livability is “job one” at Sunriver, so extra effort has been made to keep the resort area safe with a country feel. A planned resort with the goal of preserving the native environment, Sunriver has a low-key, natural look with no overhead lighting or commercial signage. Property crime and accidents in the development are kept to a minimum with active patrols by the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office, Oregon State Police and Sunriver Police Department. Sunriver Resort played a key role in construction of a highway that provides excellent access to Mt. Bachelor, one of the best ski resorts in the West. Sunriver’s proximity to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities, both within the resort as well as in 1.6 million adjacent acres of publicly-owned Forest Service area, makes fishing, canoeing, hiking, white water rafting, and a plethora of other activities easy to fit all in a single weekend. Just to name a few, visitors can float the Deschutes River, ride bikes to view Benham Falls, take the tram to the summit of Mt. Bachelor in summer, tour Lava Lands Center, and explore Newberry Crater. History Sunriver’s first residents were Native Americans attracted to the excellent hunting and fishing along the banks of the scenic Deschutes River and in the Great Meadow. The Sunriver Resort’s origins begin with the Army Corp of Engineers training camp in 1943. Today all that remains of the original Camp Abbot complex is the Great Hall, an impressive officer’s club built of native logs and stone. In 1968 development of the residential community began, including construction of the Lodge, Meadows Golf Course, swimming pool, Lodge Village suites and restored Great Hall. In 1979, the Woodlands golf course was added, and in 1995 the spectacular Crosswater golf course opened just south of Sunriver. That same year a multi-million dollar capital program was launched by resort owners to expand and remodel a host of facilities at Sunriver .

Economic Development for Central Oregon | 705 SW Bonnett Way, #1000, Bend OR 97702 | 541-388-3236


Sunriver Stats at a Glance Elevation:

4100â&#x20AC;&#x2122;

Population (2000)

5,144

Median Resident Age

46.5

Estimated Median Household Income

$47,083 (in 1999 dollars)

Median single family home price

$555,738

Average household size

2.32

Telecommunications Infrastructure

Chambers Cable (TV), Qwest (Telephone & Internet), Sunriver Telecom (Telephone & Internet)

Major Private Employers

Sunriver Resort, Sunriver Business Park (various businesses), Sunray Vacation Rentals, Village Properties

Top 5 Deschutes County Taxpayers in 2008-09

Cascade Natural Gas Corp., Qwest Corp., Gas Transmission Northwest Corp., PacifiCorp (PP&L), Pronghorn Investors LLC

Sunriver Quick Links

Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO)

541-388-3236 Roger Lee, Executive Director Eric Strobel, Business Development Manager 109 NW Greenwood Ave., Suite #102, Bend OR 97701

Deschutes County (Administrative Offices)

541-388-6570 1300 NW Wall St., Bend OR 97701

Sunriver Chamber of Commerce

541-593-8149 Physical: Village at Sunriver, Bldg #5, 7100 Beaver Drive, Sunriver OR 97707 Mailing Address: PO Box 3246, Sunriver OR 97707

Sunriver Owners Association (also publisher of Sunriver Scene monthly)

541-593-2411 / 1-888-284-6639 57455 Abbot Drive, Sunriver (between circles 3 & 4) OR 97707

Sunriver Resort and Sunriver Airport

541-593-1221 / 1-800-801-8765 Sunriver Resort, L.P., PO Box 3609, Sunriver OR 97707

Central Oregon Visitors Association (COVA)

1-800-800-8334 661 SW Powerhouse Drive, Suite 1301, Bend OR 97702

Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council (COIC)

541-548-8163 2363 SW Glacier Place - Redmond, OR 97756

Worksource Oregon

541-388-6070 1645 NE Forbes, Bend OR 97701

Sunriver Publishing

541-593-8830 1900 NE 3rd St., #106-316, Bend OR 97701


Features: Outdoor and indoor pools, lazy river, water slides, adult social hot tub, tot splash & sand play areas, event space/amphitheater, fitness center (SROA owners only), cafe, picnic areas, playground, bocce ball court, basketball court, year-round tubing hill. Non-holiday hours: Open Swim Indoors: 10am-7:30pm, Mon-Sat 10am- 5:30pm, Sun Lap Swim Indoors: 6-10am & 6-7:30pm Mon-Thurs; 6-10am, FriSun Tubing Hill Download the day-to-day calendar above for dates/times of operation. (Tubing hours may be weather dependent) Riptide Cafe

7am-5pm Sun-Thur; 7am-7pm Fri-Sat

North Pool 541.593.6778 (Opens June 18, 2013) All pools are subject to weather limitations & state occupancy limits will be enforced.

For More Information: SHARC | Phone: 541.593.5000 | Toll-free: 888.284.6639 | Fax: 541.593.5669 Office: 57455 Abbot Drive, Sunriver Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.


AMPHITHEATER DEVELOPMENT the ongoing design process

Please keep in mind that design of the amphitheater project is a living, breathing process that continues to evolve. Thanks from input from owners, what you see today may be different from what you see tomorrow. Created Oct. 15, 2010


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Mountain Information With over 3,000 acres of lift-accessible terrain, you wonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t want to pass up a trip to the ski resort with the highest skiable elevation in all of Oregon and Washington! Mt. Bachelor, located on the eastern flanks of Oregonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Central Cascades, is known for its light, dry snow, diverse terrain, family-friendliness and long seasons.

The Season

Mountain Topography

Hours: 9:00am - 4:00pm

Summit: 9,065 feet

Season: Nov-May

West Village Base: 6,300 feet

Snowphone: 541-382-7888 or visit mobile site

Northwest Base: 5,700 feet

m.mtbachelor.com Vertical Drop: 3,365 feet Acres of Terrain: 3,683 acres accessible by lift with 1,600 acres groomed daily *Vertical Drop (Please note, Mt. Bachelor calculates the total vertical drop from the Summit at 9,065 feet to the base elevation at the Northwest Express lift which is 5,700. 9,065 - 5,700 = 3,365 feet)


Trail Stats Number of Runs: 71 | Max Run Length: 1.5 miles | Average Snowbase: 150-200" | Average Snowfall: 387" Lift Facilities

Alpine Terrain Rating

Cross-Country Terrain

7 Express Quads

15% Green-Novice

More than a dozen trails, 56 km

3 Triple Chairlifts

25% Blue-Intermediate

machine-groomed and track-set

1 Wonder Carpet

35% Black-Advanced

nightly.

2 Tubing Lifts

25% Double Black-Expert •

5% Green-Beginner

69% Blue-Intermediate

26% Black-Expert

Bill Healy founded Mt. Bachelor Ski Area December 19, 1958 with a rope tow and a single lift. Mt. Bachelor has since grown to be one of the largest ski resorts in the U.S. The resort boasts a wide variety of terrain. Guests can ski or ride 360 degrees off the summit, hike the adjoining cinder cone for a thrilling run down, or, ski the trees to find that great cache of powder! Not only is Mt. Bachelor a great place for expert skiers and riders to get that burn, it is also a fantastic place to learn a snow sport or take the family for an exciting day out. Carrousel, our free beginners lift, offers an easy ride up and gentle slope down. There are also numerous lesson packages to choose from; check out our link to snow sport services. Conveniently located just 22 miles west of Bend, Mt. Bachelor’s season is one of the longest in the Northwest, usually starting in November by Thanksgiving and lasting well into May. Surrounded by the tall hemlocks and pines of the Deschutes National Forest and breathtaking views of the Three Sisters and other Cascade peaks, you are sure to enjoy that mountain experience you seek at Mt. Bachelor!


IMPORTANT NUMBERS Cable Company Bend Broadband - New Service Bend Broadband - Other Business Chamber of Commerce Bend City Services Development Services/Building Division Current Planning/Zoning Police (non-emergency) County Services Human Services Library Sheriff (non-emergency) Media The Bulletin Cascade Business News The Source Weekly Picture Your Home Homes & Land Medical St. Charles Medical Center Bend Memorial Clinic Schools Bend-LaPine School District Sunriver Prep School Recreation Bend Park & Recreation Dist. Recycling Bend Recycle Team Refuse Bend Garbage & Recycling Cascade Disposal Knott Landfill Taxes City Tax Info County Tax Info State Tax Info Federal Tax Info Utilities Pacific Power Central Electric Co-op Cascade Natural Gas Midstate Electric Water & Sewer City of Bend Avion Water Company Watermaster

948-4988 382-5551

Central Oregon Offices

382-3221 388-5528 388-5580 388-0170 388-6601 388-6677 388-0170 382-1811 388-5665 383-0800 385-5808 383-2834 382-4321 382-2811 383-6004 318-9020 389-7275 388-3638 382-2263 382-6660 383-4388 388-5581 388-6540 503-378-4988 800-829-1040 888-221-7070 389-1980 888-522-1130 536-2126 388-5515 382-5342 388-6669

Bend, Downtown 15 NW Oregon Ave 389-7711 Bend, South 345 SE Third 389-9176 Bend, Old Mill 354 SW Upper Terrace Dr. Suite 104 749-4040 Madras 745 SW 5th 475-4885 Prineville 150 NE Court 447-5181 Redmond 735 SW Sixth 923-1749 Sisters 220 S. Pine St Suite 101 549-8089 Sunriver Sunriver Village Mall Building 5, Suite 130 593-1613


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