Golden Eagle Walk, Aspen Hollow Preserve

Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Jan Rising on a bird walk at Aspen Hollow Preserve. The Preserve is home to a celebrated pair of golden eagles who have nested there for the past eight years! Explore the habits and habitats of one of North America's largest raptors and see their nest high on the cliffs of the Preserve. Registration is required and opens 1 month prior to the event.

  • Outing Details + Route

    Hike Rating: This is an easy, ~1-2 mile walk.

    Route: This hike will start at the Aspen Hollow Preserve entrance gate and we will venture off-trail into the meadow. Terrain will be uneven.

    Elevation gain/loss: There is very little elevation gain/loss on this hike.

  • What to Bring

    Snacks, water, sturdy hiking shoes. Dress for the weather.

  • About the Property

    Aspen Hollow Preserve The Land Trust acquired and protected the 58 acre Aspen Hollow Preserve in 2015. The Preserve includes 1/2 mile of Whychus Creek, rimrock cliffs, as well as pine and aspen stands, and is located outside of Sisters, Oregon. Aspen Hollow Preserve is home to a host of wildlife species including salmon and steelhead, mule deer, rocky mountain elk, golden eagles, spotted bat and numerous songbirds. The acquisition was made possible in part by the Land Trust’s Campaign for Whychus Creek.