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Old 02-12-2008, 12:51 AM
 
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My wife and I are going to move to LaPine this summer. We love the area and know that it does get a fair amount of snow each winter. We were wondering if there are areas in LaPine that get less or more snow than other
parts. Is it true that the further north you go towards Bend, the less snowfall you get. Any help on the snow issue would be appreciated. Also, do they have a snow plowing service in LaPine? Thanks you for any information
about this. K&G
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Old 02-12-2008, 02:37 PM
 
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My wife and I are going to move to LaPine this summer. We love the area and know that it does get a fair amount of snow each winter. We were wondering if there are areas in LaPine that get less or more snow than other
parts. Is it true that the further north you go towards Bend, the less snowfall you get. Any help on the snow issue would be appreciated. Also, do they have a snow plowing service in LaPine? Thanks you for any information
about this. K&G
There is a company called Snowmasters Snow Removal Service that will do residential snow removal in LaPine. They're headquartered in Bend. There are probably some people in LaPine that offer snow removal that will be posted on local bulletin boards. Central Oregon has a number of micro climates which is why there is more snow in LaPine and Sunriver than in Bend but less snow in Redmond than in Bend. As I understand it, the amount of snow has to do with proximity to the Cascades. We live in northwest Bend close to Shevlin Park and we got a lot more snow this year than just 5 miles from us in downtown Bend. LaPine is small enough that I would imagine the snow levels are fairly consistent within the town itself, but you might contact snow masters and see if they can give you a better idea.
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