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  • Subaru Outside Games - National Guard Climbing Wall

    Posted on in category Climbing

    The National Guard climbing wall is the perfect way to try rock climbing in a fun, safe outdoor setting.  The challenge of scaling the easy, medium or hard sides of the towering fiberglass wall is popular with both youths and grown-ups.  Come hang with us June 24 at The Subaru Outside Games in Riverbend Park!

  • 4 Peaks Music Festival Kids Activities

    Posted on in category Music

    The new site for 4 Peaks Music Festival will have an expanded Kids area this year. Adults are welcomed in the kids zone too, because hey at 4 Peaks we all want to be kids!  Bring the whole family!

  • 4th Annual Bend Beer Chase

    Posted on in category Running

    The Bend Beer Chase is a one-day six-person running relay of approximately 50 miles, consisting of 12 legs of varying distance (4-8miles per leg).  The course starts from Bend, travels to Redmond, to Sisters and back to finish in Bend. On a 6-person team, each person runs 2 legs; On a 3-person team, each person runs 4 legs… you get the idea. More info Here!

  • SUP Races At The Subaru Outside Games June 24th

    Posted on in category River

    The Subaru Outside Games is a collection of what else, “Outside Games” we love to play in Central Oregon. SUP races for all ages and abilities on June 24. Put it on your calendar and come out and play!!!

  • 4 Peaks Music Festival New Site

    Posted on in categories Event , Music

    The 4 Peaks Music Festival has a new location at Stevenson Ranch in Bend, Oregon for 2017. More spacious with incredible Cascade views the site will allow for more camping, activities and comfort for all. Festival organizer Stacy Totland fills us in on the new site. Tickets still available. This is gonna be fun!!!

  • Santa Cruz Demo @ Wanoga

    Posted on in category Biking

    Saturday, May 27th @ 9:00 am3:00 pm

    Pine Mountain Sports is bringing the Santa Cruz demo truck to Bend! Tallboy, Hightower, Bronson, and 5010 Santa Cruz mountain bikes available for you to demo at Wanoga – at no charge!

    Our free mountain bike demo day will be at Wanoga Sno-Park from 9-3. Demos rides are free, but bring your driver’s license and credit card (for deposit) along with your helmet and pedals.

    During our demo, our friends at Cog Wild will be providing free shuttle pick-ups for all Santa Cruz demo participants. Pick ups are at from 10-3P at the Green Gate (just down from where Storm King crosses the Cascade Lakes Hwy) and…

  • Mountain Running Series at Mt. Bachelor Just Announced

    Posted on in category Running

    On July 22, athletes from near and far will converge on Mt. Bachelor for the first stop in the inaugural 2017 Under Armour Mountain Running Series.

    Seven different races for trail running novices and professionals alike. A team relay marathon is something that should be fun to get your friends stoked on.

    Start planning and check out more info HERE! This looks like a new event worth checking out for the Central Oregon outdoor community. Here is how it’s described on the event website.

    “What differentiates the UA Mountain Running Series is that courses in their entirety will take participants on off-beaten-paths of mountains in National Forests where runners will encounter everything from rocky paths in high alpine surroundings,…

  • Closing Weekend and Pond Skim At Mt. Bachelor

    Posted on in category Skiing & Snowboarding

    Closing Weekend at Mt. Bachelor is the one weekend you don’t want to miss. Brews, keg jams, live music, BBQs and Pond Skim make this a spectacular spring weekend! More Info Here

  • The Last Darkness – Jeff Browning in the Owyhee Canyonlands

    Posted on in category Running

    Footzone Bend 7pm Thursday May 18. More Info.

    Last year, Jeff Browning and Jesse Haynes ran 170 miles of the new Oregon Desert Trail through the Owyhee Canyonlands – an area Jeff dubbed The Last Darkness, because the absence of light pollution renders its skies some of the darkest in the country. It’s a modest distance for ultra runners, but after covering just six miles in three hours, they began to think they’d bitten off more than they could chew. Join Jeff to watch a film and hear about his adventure running through the deep volcanic canyon, flowing rivers, and highly technical terrain of The Last Darkness.

  • COTA Movie Night @ McMenamins "Peak To Creek"

    Posted on in categories Biking , Film

    Get your Mountain Bike Stoke On – Thursday May 18, 8pm.

    What really goes into making a truly epic mountain bike trail? Freehub Magazine and Central Oregon Trail Alliance is kicking off the riding season with a special screening of Peak to Creek.

    Peak to Creek showcases the process, passion and man-power behind professional-level trail building, from start to finish.

    Watch as this world-class trail crew from the United States and Canada constructs an all-mountain bike trail in British Columbia, that showcases the process of building one of the worlds most versatile trails. From the high-alpine summit of Reco Peak at Retallack Lodge to the streams and…

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