David Jasper / The Bulletin On a clear day, views from a perch atop Flatiron Rock in Oregon Badlands Wilderness are impeccable.
Album ID: 1907953
A cold, gray winter walk in the woods
David Jasper / The Bulletin A gnarled limb serves as a portion of fence post near Ryan Ranch meadow.
Album ID: 1900051
A blustery hike on a Badlands beauty
David Jasper / The Bulletin Dry River Canyon Trail takes visitors through an ancient river bed east of Bend. No swimming required.
Album ID: 1874221
What?s a Fuzztail?
David Jasper / The Bulletin In this image looking to the northwest, the nearly treeless flank of Bessie Butte is visible, with Black Butte rising behind it. These and a lot of other Central Oregon prominences can be seen from Fuzztail Butte, located southeast of Bend in the Swamp Wells area.
Album ID: 1866157
A disc golf foray into the forest of Sisters
David Jasper / The Bulletin Map Guy bonks a putter off the top of the 14th hole's basket Friday at Hyzer Pines, the excellent 18-hole course in Sisters.
Album ID: 1857694
New paved route connects Lava Lands and Sunriver
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.
Album ID: 1840612
Three Creek Lake: A worthy destination
Album ID: 1833452
Matthieu Lakes remedies nature absence
Alandra Johnson / The Bulletin A small island floats in the middle of North Matthieu Lake.
Album ID: 1831217
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.
Album ID: 1826529
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.