Frosty Fun

Just because it's winter doesn't mean the fun stops in Sunriver. With fewer visitors around, it's easy to find untracked snow for that snowshoe walk or cross-country ski jaunt over a snow-blanketed pathway along the river. 

Sunriver is a short 18-miles away from world-class downhill and nordic skiing at Mt. Bachelor, where you can be the first to lay skis to fresh powder. Nearby Sno-Parks are great starting points and offer miles of snow-covered trails for exploration by snowmobile, ski or snowshoe.


We put the thrill in winter chill!

IN Sunriver


Winter Tubing Hill at SHARC

SHARC's tubing hill has three runs sure to please all ages. Open select weekends and holidays from mid-November to the end of February.

  • Three runs of varying steepness (ages 4 yrs and older)

  • Tubes provided (personal sleds/tubes are not allowed)

  • No snow? No problem! The largest tubing run is made with a plastic NevePlast that creates down hill thrills with or without snow.

Ice Skating in the Village at Sunriver

Fun for the whole family! Sunriver ice arena is a winter time tradition. Opening in mid to late November through March and located in the heart of the The Village at Sunriver. Now with a sleek new look and modern upgrades to the sound system, skates and viewing area the Ice Rink continues its family traditions. Skate rentals available!

Winter Sleigh Rides

Treat the family or your sweetheart to a traditional open sleigh ride at Sunriver Stables. Sleighs hold four adults and two children to snuggle together under a warm blankets. Rides are offered weekends mid-December to January 1, weather permitting. Reservations required. Contact Sunriver Stables for dates and pricing.

Near Sunriver


Mt Bachelor

Mt Bachelor is a premier ski resort located 25 miles from Sunriver. The resort offers downhill and nordic skiing as well as a tubing hill and dog sled rides.

  • 4,300 acres of lift-accessible terrain

  • 101 Runs

  • Top elevation 9,065'

Dog Sled Rides

Feel the paw power of a sled dog team at Oregon Trail of Dreams, a sled dog operation owned by the Scdoris family — and four-time Iditarod musher Rachael Scdoris.

Area Sno-Parks

Bring along your own sled or tube?  Check out one of the many area sno-parks for sledding & tubing as well as starting points to reach miles of trails for snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.