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The Lodge At Suttle Lake
A Northwest Passage to Discovery
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• A Two-Night Stay for Two People in Any Lodge Room Type Based on Availability ($249)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Up to Four People in a Waterfront Cabin ($299)
• $100 Spa Credit
• Bottle of Champagne Upon Arrival
• To-Go Snack Pack Upon Checkout
• Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Four Nights
For three centuries, the draw of a mythical Northwest Passage sent explorers across North America in a series of fruitless searches. Though the existence of such a waterway was finally disproven, the allure of Oregon's Deschutes National Forest is stronger than ever. Suttle Lake covers 253 acres deep in the center of the park, and has become a mecca for outdoor recreation with the stewardship of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, which stocks its waters with rainbow trout.
Answer the call of the wild at The Lodge at Suttle Lake, named among the Best Small Inns & Lodges in Oregon by Frommer's. The resort, spread across the banks of Suttle Lake, affords sweeping mountain views and the splendor of pristine forest. Its rustic elegance enchants visitors seeking a hidden getaway with signature Northwest touches, like unique guest rooms each modeled after a local Native American symbol.
You'll wake up feeling refreshed after a night in your Cascadian-inspired accommodations under the soaring pines of the Deschutes National Forest. You can treat yourself to breakfast before venturing outdoors on a wildlife hike to see osprey, eagles, deer, and otter. Then, trek out to the water for kayaking, canoeing, paddle boating, rafting, fishing, or other aquatic activities popular in the warmer months. During winter, backcountry skiing and snowshoeing are the best ways to explore the forest. At the close of your day scouting natural bounty, relax at the spa or savor a meal at on-site restaurant The Boathouse.
After all, there may be no cross-continental outlet to the Pacific, but this Escape is a world of discovery.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON October 28, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 23, 2013