Terrebonne (“good earth”) is high-desert horse country, best known for a rock. Not just any rock, Terrebonne hosts the world-famous Smith Rock State Park, considered the cradle of American rock climbing. With miles of climbing routes towering above, the Crooked River splashing below, soaring golden eagles share the stratosphere with the dramatic peaks of the Oregon Cascades.
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Hunting for Pumpkins in Central Oregon
One of my favorite family outings is our annual journey to Terrebonne each October to choose a pumpkin. Two great farms in the little town by Smith Rock in Central Oregon grow pumpkins each year, and then let loose eager souls to pick through the…
Smith Rock Family
The young rock climber was ecstatic. One more move and Lauren Neumann had reached the top of Night Flight her chosen climb at Smith Rock State Park. At the summit, she threw out her arms and hollered at the top of her seven-year-old lungs,…
Oregon’s Spring Splendor at Smith Rock
As we departed Kah-Nee-Ta Warm Springs Resort and continued along on our journey through Central Oregon’s high desert, we were filled with exciting thoughts about our next stop. We were heading towards Smith Rock State Park which is located in…
Where is Terrebonne, Oregon
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