Even if it's still wintry weather outside, you might be thinking about an Eastern Oregon vacation this summer. How about a little applied Oregon geotourism in Northeastern Oregon? You'll get a great view of the lateral and terminal moraines surrounding Wallowa Lake and the Wallowa Mountains too. Eagle Cap Parasailing has a nice video posted on its website that gives you a good flavor of the experience.
And you don't even need to get wet if you don't want to (pretty important at Wallowa Lake where the water can be pretty chilly). The parasail's run from a hydraulic lift right on the boat.
Eagle Cap Parasailing is located at the south end of Wallowa Lake, about a 10 minute drive from Joseph Oregon or 20 minutes from Enterprise Oregon. And if you don't want to be up in the air yourself, you can ride along in the boat and watch your friends or maybe do a tandem parasail!
Operating from June through Labor Day, weather permitting, a parasail over Wallowa Lake is a fun way to see experience Oregon geotourism while appreciating the geology of the Wallowa Mountains and getting a good view of the moraines around Wallowa Lake.
The three most easternly located Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild member inns are ready to host your geologic exploration. In Enterprise, you'll find the classic 1910 Historic Enterprise House. With five guestrooms (including one really, really big one under the roof for you and all your friends), there's something for everyone. Closer to Wallowa Lake in Joseph you'll find the gracious Belle Pepper's Bed & Breakfast housed in the McCully Mansion or the artsy Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast.
All three of these inns have very friendly innkeepers who'll help make your stay in Eastern Oregon something to remember. And we'll send you off to Wallowa Lake with some beach towels (even if you don't need them).