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  • Volcano Hike Hosted By The Deschutes Land Trust

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    Monday Aug 19th join the Deschutes Land Trust and Daniele McKay for a sunset hike to the top of a small volcano located in Skyline Forest. Three Creek Butte is one of many small volcanoes scattered throughout the Three Sisters region. From its peak, we’ll take in views of the larger volcanoes in the region and discuss the geologic history of the Cascades and the potential for future eruptions. More INFO HERE!

  • Fox Walk + Owl Eyes - Kids Nature Hike

    Posted on in categories Event , Hiking , Positive News

    We have some really awesome non-profits doing great things in Central Oregon. Things like; educating our kiddos how to respect, care for and interact with our natural places. We just posted a new “Featured Video” about loving Bend to death. The Deschutes Land Trust is actually doing something positive by providing educational events like this one. This event is for children to learn how to enter and interact with the natural places and we can’t think of a better way to positively affect the user impact issues in our wild and natural places than to educate the next generation.  More INFO HERE.

    When: Saturday August 10th 10am – 1230pm

    Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Susan Prince…

  • Outdoor City Is Coming To Mt. Bachelor Sep 13-15

    Posted on in categories Biking , Climbing , Event , Hiking , Music , Running , Travel & Adventure

    Press Release July 31, 2019

    Contact: 
    Justin Yax, DVA Advertising & PR, 541-389-2411, justin@dvaadv.com
    Beverly Lucas, OCUSA, 458-292-7550, beverly@outdoorcityusa.com 

    OUTDOOR CITY USA, A MULTI-SPORT FESTIVAL THAT CONNECTS
    OUTDOOR ENTHUSIASTS WITH ACTIVITIES AND BRANDS
    THEY LOVE, PREMIERES  SEPT. 13-15 IN BEND, ORE.
    Event serves up a menu of cycling, running, climbing, and hiking, plus music, food, and fun for outdoors lovers of all ages and levels

    (BEND, Ore.) — While outdoor lovers might not need another reason to visit – or return – to Bend, Ore., Outdoor City USA is set to premiere its three-day, multi-sport outdoor festival September 13-15 in the heart of Central Oregon. The event will include…

  • Deschutes River Urban Corridor Hike

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    Hosted by the Coalition For The Deschutes, this 6-mile interpretive hike gives an overview of the many ways the Deschutes River is used, and how it has changed through the decades. We’ll make several stops along the way, including canal diversions and a hydro power station on the southern edge of town. More INFO HERE.

    When: Wednesday, May 22, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
    Where: Deschutes River Trail. Meet near the canals on NE Division, approximately across the street from the old Riverbend Brewing Sports Pub location.

     

  • Leslie Gulch Hike In Oregon's Owyhee Canyon Wilderness

    Posted on in categories Hiking , Travel & Adventure

    Eastern Oregon offers some of the most amazing wilderness and natural areas in the lower 48 and the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) is a leader in protecting and sharing these areas for public enjoyment. ONDA has several hikes detailed on their website to help you explore this region of Oregon. This hike offers different user levels the opportunity to get to some awesome Eastern Oregon desert landscapes.

    Follow the link to the ONDA website for the full description of this recommended hike. https://onda.org/hike/leslie-gulch/

    Remember this is a remote and fragile area of Oregon, so please learn about traveling in these wild areas and use environmentally friendly practices while enjoying.

    From the ONDA website – Leslie Gulch Hike Description

  • Camp Polk History Wander Guided Hike With The Deschutes Land Trust

    Posted on in categories Event , Hiking

    Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Kelly Madden for a history wander around Camp Polk Meadow Preserve. Explore the starring role that Camp Polk played in the history of Central Oregon as one of the original stopping places on the Santiam Wagon Road. Admire the craftsmanship of the Hindman barn (one of Deschutes County’s oldest structures) and imagine what living in the Hindman house would have been like for the Hindman family. Then explore the nearby cemetery and learn the stories it has to share. Registration Required.

    When: Tuesday May 7th, 530pm.  More INFO HERE!

    Camp Polk Meadow has long been a unique wetland oasis in the Central Oregon high desert landscape, and fortunately nearly all of the 151-acre…

  • The UP North Loop: 2,600 Miles Through The Inland Northwest

    Posted on in categories Event , Hiking

    Not since Lewis and Clark have a pair of adventurers had so profound an experience of the vast lands of the American Northwest, and its unique geology, history, and people. MORE INFO HERE!

    When: Thursday April 11th     Where: Footzone Bend 842 NW Wall St. Downtown

    On May 14th, 2018, “UltraPedestrian” Ras Vaughan and Kathy “OBAL Unbranded” Vaughan, aka Team UltraPedestrian, set out hiking south on the Idaho Centennial Trail from the small town of Hammett, Idaho. At 4:22:00 pm on Monday, November 5th, after covering more than 2,600 miles on foot over the course of 174 days they returned to their starting point to complete the first ever UP North Loop. Their route linked together parts of the…

  • Women's Lightweight Backpacking Workshop

    Posted on in category Hiking
    When: Tuesday, March 26, 2019  5:30 PM  –  7:00 PM Where: REI BEND More INFO HERE As gear gets lighter and trails get longer, now is a good time to learn ways to reduce your overall pack weight for your next adventure. While updating gear to save ounces is always a viable strategy, there are ways to adjust your thinking and packing of your current gear to lighten your load. Bring your packed, trail-ready pack for an interactive gear shake-down. An REI expert will teach you hands-on skills that can make your base weight lighter today. No additional gear necessary.
  • Fall Colors Hike, Metolius Preserve

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    Are you looking to get out this weekend and enjoy fall colors? Sunday Oct 14th you can do just that with the Deschutes Land Trust hosted hike of the Metolius Preserve in Sisters. You may not have even heard of this preserved piece of land in Central Oregon. Maybe stop at the Sisters Bakery and a coffee on your way. The weekend weather looks perfect to be outside and enjoy fall. More info HERE!

    Join the Deschutes Land Trust and David Miller for a fall colors hike at the Metolius Preserve. From ponderosa pine forest to lush creek-side corridors, the Metolius basin boasts a unique combination of wetter plants from the west side of the Cascades along with the…

  • Ochoco Trail Strategy Group - Community Meeting

    Posted on in categories Biking , Event , Hiking , Uncategorized

    Hosted By: Discover Your Forest, Central Oregon Trail Alliance (COTA), the Prineville Chamber, and Oregon Equestrian Trails (OET). September 20th 6pm-8pm. More INFO HERE!

    The Ochoco Trails Strategy Group has been developing the first draft of a trails plan for the Ochoco National Forest and wants your input. This meeting will be at the Prineville Library from 6 to 8 pm. It will be an open house so you can come and go as you like.

    The Ochoco Trails Strategy group is an ad hoc group convened by the Prineville Chamber of Commerce and the Ochoco
    National Forest. It includes representatives of COTA, Oregon Equestrian Trails, Back Country Horsemen, hikers, ranchers & the business community. The group aims…
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