Oregon Hotel Reservations
Located nine miles west of Ontario, Malheur Butte is one of eastern Oregon's most recognizable landmarks. Formed by volcanic eruptions 20 million years ago, the butte gained its distinctive shape thanks to eroding forces from the Malheur River.
Standing over 320 feet tall, the rocks are a popular climbing spot and offer sweeping views of the Treasure Valley. The butte is also famed for its hot springs, which remain active due to geothermal activity. Visitors will find the butte off of U.S. Highway 26 and Butte Drive.
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