"Moto-Dreams really DO come true. Moto-Fantasy, hosted at DiamondStone Guest Lodges, is THE motorcycle destination vacation experience. Combining 4 decades of riding with 2 decades of lodging and hospitality to thousands of guests from over 28 countries, we've created the ultimate gear head experience, your own MOTO-FANTASY.

Ride different bikes on a variety of spectacular central oregon scenic roads each day. Click on the "Moto stable" below to see bikes currently available. Click on "moto-fantasy creator" to design YOUR dream vacation. We are here to help the Moto-Addicted. Fantasies do come true. We will see to it."

- Signed, Doug, Di, Rob, Gloria, Dennis and Sid

Newberry National Monument/Fort Rock/Cowboy Dinner Tree

This is a great Dual-Purpose Loop beginning at the corner of Highway 97 and Paulina Lake Rd, between mileage markers 161 and 162.  It begins with a great road with few inlets, and well-banked and paved up to beautiful Paulina Lake.  Stop at Paulina Lodge for lunch or a drink.  Then take the gravel detour up to Paulina Peak.  It is literally the BEST view you can drive to in Oregon, bar none.  On the clearest days, which are many,  you can see as far north as Mt Adams in Washington, and the Myriad of peaks all the way down to Mt Shasta in California.  It is truly awesome.  Heading down from the peak, you stop at the Big Obsidian Flow, the largest pure black glass flow in North America.  You have never seen anything like it.  On to East Lake, stop at the Lodge and get an Ice Cream, and sit down by the Lake.   Head over the east, back side to China Hat Rd, and down to Historic Fort Rock where remains of 9000+ year old native encampments have been found.  Side trips to an amazing “slot canyon” called “Crack in the Ground” can be found by heading a bit east to Christmas Valley.  Heading south, stop and eat the Cowboy Dinner Tree, but make reservations in advance, and bring a cash or check, since they don’t do the credit thing.  The loop ends back in La Pine.  Check out DiamondStone Guest Lodges and Moto-Fantasy.com for more info.


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