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Thornburgh wraps around the foothills of Cline Buttes. With its base at 3,180 ft, home sites climb up the side of Cline Buttes to an elevation of 3,620 ft with uninterrupted views of the Cascade Mountains to the west and the Ochocos to the east. Thornburgh offers owners an unparalleled range of resort amenities. The Tribute Championship Golf Course and state-of-the-art golf training facility wraps around the Thornburgh Village, Spa, Fitness, Beach Club, and private Lake Thornburgh to the north, bordering 30,000 acres of ranch land and ancient juniper forest to the south, east, and west.
Rising above the Thornburgh Village, Cline Buttes offers guests over 40-miles of private hiking, biking, and running trails traversing the Butte all the way to its summit with a 360-degree view of the Cascade Mountains, Smith Rock and the high desert. Beyond Thornburgh itself, Central Oregon is a renowned summer and winter playground offering world-class skiing, golfing, hiking, biking, climbing, rafting, fishing, and an event calendar of concerts, festivals, and galas that are sure to satisfy.
Just because you’re in the mountains doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy an afternoon at the lake. Pick up a paddleboard or kayak from the Outfitters Center for a serene morning workout. Then come back in the afternoon and settle into a lounger to watch your kids or grandkids play on the beach or swim in the lake. If you are looking to keep your touch with the fly-fishing rod, or to teach the art to your next generation, Thornburgh’s mountain stream offers the ideal proving grounds. When you want to step up the game, the Metolius and Fall Rivers are a short drive from Thornburgh giving you access to two of the most highly regarded fly-fishing rivers in the world.
Home to Thornburgh’s Beach Club, Spa, Fitness Club, Swimming Pools, and Outfitters, the Village is at the heart of it all. Thornburgh’s naturally elegant style allows you to feel at home without compromising excellence in every detail.
For decades the Thornburgh family has lived and worked on this land. When they were not working, there was a heck of a lot of play going on around the ranch. Since then extreme athletes have been honing their mountain biking skills on the trails that drop down the back of Cline Buttes. Not looking to test your mettle there are plenty of intermediate and beginner trails for guests and members to walk, ride and hike.
Central Oregon is at the heart of the outdoors in the Paciﬁc Northwest. Fishermen play the nearby rivers and high mountain lakes for native steelhead and trout. Rafters and kayakers shoot through the Deschutes River’s world-class rapids. Surfers carve across the river’s waves a few miles away and paddleboarders play in the smooth water in-between. Skiers and snowboarders leave tracks on Mt. Bachelor and Hoodoo Mountain and cross-country skiers and snowmobilers play hard on the snowy flats below. While hikers reach the summit of the South Sister, climbers tackle chalky vertical routes at Smith Rock State Park. Mountain bikers carve through the endless single-track trails. It is no wonder that people come from all over the world to enjoy this bounty.
Worldwide acclaim also seems the destiny of our culinary landscape. Talented chefs and restaurateurs from around the country are moving in and making Central Oregon a new hotspot for avant-garde cuisine. We already have two James Beard awarded chefs in the region. Wines from the Pacific Northwest, such as international award-winning Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs, inspire our blossoming wine scene. Fresh seafood from the Oregon Coast, beef from nearby ranches, and bounty from Oregon farms and orchards provide all the ingredients of a gourmet dining experience.