Professional photographers from all over the USA come to Central Oregon for incredible landscape photography. Bend, Oregon is located high in the Cascade Mountains of Central Oregon to deliver amazing vistas, sunset adventures, and some of Oregon’s best photo opportunities by helicopter the region has to offer. Capturing the early morning light on the Oregon Cascades from Sparks Lake is truly a unique and magical experience; every nature photographer’s dream. Join us this winter, spring, or summer in one of the world’s most beautiful settings. Let’s fly!

Helicopter Tours in Central Oregon

Winter Wonderland Helicopter Tours  – Big Mountain Heli Tours Winter Wonderland Helicopter flight is perfect for Bend visitors and locals who want to experience and explore as much of our magnificent snow-capped Cascade range as possible. The Cascades are a unique part of the Pacific Ocean’s Ring of Fire, the ring of volcanoes and associated mountains around the Pacific Ocean. In fact, all of the eruptions in the contiguous United States over the last 200 years have been from Cascade volcanoes. You’ll be front and center to see the after effects of our last “big one” at Broken Top Mountain 100,000 years ago, revealing the colorful insides of our very own complex stratovolcano and high altitude glacial lake at 10,000 feet.

Cascades Ring of Fire Helicopter Tour – The Cascades Ring of Fire Tour is an unforgettable scenic helicopter adventure for Bend visitors who want to experience as much of our magnificent snow-capped Cascade Range as possible. Offering year round helicopters tours in Bend, you’ll soon be flying above the summits with gorgeous views of snow-capped Cascade Mountains stretching from north to south and including Mount Hood, Mount Jefferson, Three Fingered Jack, Mount Washington, North Sister, Middle Sister, South Sister, Broken Top, and Mount Bachelor.

Cascades Fire Scar Mountain Tour – In 2017 Oregon experienced some of the worst local forest fires in history, torching an estimated 400,000 acres of forests across the state. Locally, in Bend we watched the Mt Jefferson and Milli Fires rage while the Nash Complex Fire threatened our iconic Elk Lake Lodge. These fast moving and destructive fires have been successfully extinguished thanks to the support of air tankers, helicopters, and an army of ground teams who battled for three months to hold containment lines. Now is your chance to explore Central Oregon’s incredible fire scarred forest by helicopter at sunset when our mountains explode into the golden hues and bright sunset rays that make for legendary end of day scenic helicopter flights.