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  • Paul Sebesta - Stanley Paul Photo

    Posted on in category Travel & Adventure

    Meet Paul Sebesta, our current featured artist. He has got an eye for the landscapes of Oregon and we are stoked to feature his work this month. You will find amazing captures of the incredible beauty of our state in his work. We’ll feature some select photos of his on our IG and FB pages this month. To see more go to his website www.stanleypaulphoto.com 

     

  • 24th Annual Bend Endurance Academy Chainbreaker XC MTB RACE

    Posted on in categories Biking , Event

    Did ya know the Chainbreaker started in 1996? That’s pretty cool. If you don’t know this is a great spring MTB event in Central Oregon. Easy to participate in and fun for all. Bend mountain biking at it’s best. Check out MORE INFO HERE!

    This cross-country race is part of the Oregon Off Road Series which encourages racers from across Oregon to travel to select races over the duration of the season.

    Registration is open!
    https://bendenduranceacademy.org/chainbreaker/

  • Central Oregon Trail Alliance (COTA)Trail Love Spring Edition Trail Work Day

    Posted on in categories Biking , Event

    This Saturday May 11th COTA is organizing a Trail Work Day. This is a chance to come out, give back and hang out with really great people who like to mountain bike in Central Oregon. More INFO HERE!

    We’ll meet up at 9:00am at Loge Camp Entrada for coffee, light snacks & the game plan, then break out into teams & head out to do our magic. We’ll reconvene for the after-party lunch compliments of NYC Subs, with tasty beverages from Humm Kombucha and Cascade Lakes Brewery.

    Please bring: water, snacks, sunscreen, long pants, good sturdy footwear, work gloves, and protective eyewear. Bring a helmet if you have one – COTA will supply hard hats and other PPE (personal…

  • 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…

  • Saying Goodbye to Northwest Chair

    Posted on in category Skiing & Snowboarding

    Northwest last day is Sunday May 5th. Ride the backside for the last laps to Northwest with us and say your goodbyes. No BBQ or beer garden this year but looks like a great day of riding nonetheless.

  • 10 Barrel Snow Beach + Live Music At Mt. Bachelor

    Posted on in categories Event , Skiing & Snowboarding

    From Mt. Bachelor and 10 Barrel Brewing on Saturday May 4th. Longer and warmer days bring celebrating Snow Beach style with a little live music and games! There will be the 10 Barrel Snow Beach with giant jenga, giant cornhole, polish horseshoes, snow croquet, and more, along with delicious food and beers served on the snow outside of West Village Lodge.  More INFO HERE!

    The skiing and riding is sure to be awesome with some prime corn snow this weekend. This is our pick for Saturday’s outdoor activity. Get it while its hot!

     

  • Annual Spring Paddle Festival at Riverbend Park

    Posted on in category River

    Saturday May 4th at River Bend Park.

    Paddlefest is Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe’s annual spring opener! There will be FREE demos and clinics to get you on the water.

    -FREE Demo Day! May 4th at Riverbend Park, try all the latest and greatest in boats and boards
    -SALE get the paddle gear you’ve always wanted while our spring Paddle Festival sale is on, May 4-12

    For further detail check out: https://tumalocreek.com/events/spring-paddlefest/

    Call 541-317-9407 to register for a clinic while seats last!

  • Liv Women’s Basic Bike Maintenance Clinic at Hutch's Eastside

    Posted on in category Biking

    Liv Women’s Basic Bike Maintenance Clinic will cover basic bike parts, how to perform a safety check, basic day-to-day maintenance, how to change a flat tire and remove/reinstall a rear wheel. Questions regarding repairs, fit and general cycling practices are welcome.
    Thursday, May 2, 2019 Bend, OR
    Liv Women’s Basic Bike Maintenance Clinic @ Hutch’s Bicycles Eastside
    6:30pm – 8:00pm

    Refreshments and sweet Liv swag will be provided! More INFO HERE!

    Please bring one of the wheels from your bike along for hands on tire removal practice. This is for tires with tubes.

  • Stand on Liquid Spring SUP Garage Sale May 3 & 4

    Posted on in category River

    Visit Stand on Liquid, May 3rd and 4th for Stand on Liquid’s Spring SUP Garage Sale, where you’ll find a massive selection of fantastic deals on used, discontinued, dented (but repaired) Stand Up Paddleboards (SUPs). We’ll have used paddle boards as low as $199!

    More INFO HERE!

    Grab a hot dog, drink something cool, enter to win a free SUP swag giveaway, and walk away with a new(ish) paddle board!

  • Thanks Mt. Bachelor and Corn Cycle Week

    Posted on in category Skiing & Snowboarding

    This week is looking like a good Corn Cycle is setting up at Mt. Bachelor and we are stoked for some of the spring tasty goods. Sun, temps, and timing are all part of this type of riding. When it’s good it’s really good and Mt. Bachelor has some of the best Corn skiing in the U.S.

    The other day we were enjoying the slopes and Corn and just happened to run into John McLeod doing some chores on the West Village Lodge deck and we want to send a big thank you to him and the entire Mt. Bachelor staff for a great season.  If you get the chance tell them thanks too. It’s easy to think a…

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