David Jasper / The Bulletin Map Guy zips down the new Sun-Lava Path, a 5-mile stretch of trail connecting Sunriver and Lava Lands Visitor Center.
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Three Creek Lake: A worthy destination
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Matthieu Lakes remedies nature absence
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin A small island floats in the middle of North Matthieu Lake.
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Wilderness lakes offer peaceful solitude
Photos by David Jasper / The Bulletin Clockwise from upper left: Blow Lake (top two images), Doris Lake and Horse Lake. Void of summer travelers, many lakes just off the beaten path offer beautiful sights and seclusion.
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Passing on popcorn for an adventurous date night
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin Upper Proxy Falls leads into this calm pool, which would be great for a dip on a hot day.
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Hiking Black Butte: a worthwhile challenge
Photos by David Jasper / The Bulletin The summit of Black Butte affords fantastic views of area peaks, including Three Fingered Jack.
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Peaceful paddling at Little Lava Lake
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Amateur hour on the Deschutes
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin As the current rushes by, four paddleboarders share the water with a pair of kayakers on the Deschutes, a popular destination for local paddlers.
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Lava Lands: a hike worth exploring
The Trail of Molten Lands guides visitors along an intriguing path that winds through the lava field adjacent to Lava Butte.
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Reflections on the river Metolius
Photo by Caroline Jasper for The Bulletin Bulletin reporter David Jasper and family dog Kaloo set off down the trail at Metolius River near Wizard Falls Fish Hatchery on Saturday.