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Arrive late morning and head to our B&B for a welcome lunch. After eating, we’ll unpack and get settled before eventually heading out for a relaxed riverside, waterfall-laden run. A big dinner and plenty of drinks will follow.
Wake up to coffee, a relaxed breakfast and a beautiful sunrise. We’ll take a scenic drive towards our trail head, where we’ll begin an alpine trail run that weaves through fire-stricken trees, old-growth forest, fields of wildflowers and climbs towards a glacial lake. Afterwards, enjoy a big picnic lunch and a soak in a river of snow melt before journeying back to town for a brewery visit (and plenty of sampling!). Another big dinner and an evening relaxing around the fire pit caps off a great day!
Kick off the day with coffee, breakfast and a (somewhat) early start - today is the big run! After a scenic drive and trail orientation, we’ll begin a point-to-point long run on one of the most famous, magical trails in the country; old-growth forest, crashing waterfalls, turquoise pools and a rushing river. Lunch awaits at the end, along with a cold water soak. That evening you will be free to grab dinner and explore Bend on your own (or with others!) - our B&B is walking distance to many great options. Afterward, reconvene at our hot tub to wrap up the day.
Legs a bit tired from the long run? Today’s run offers the option of a challenging climb or a comfortable cruise, both with unforgettable views and a high desert landscape unlike anything else we’ve seen. You can choose to run or hike, depending upon how you feel – we’re in no rush! Another big picnic spread awaits, which we’ll enjoy before a leisurely afternoon float down the Deschutes River and the chance to kick back at a local brewery for our final dinner. We’ll do our best to make the minutes stretch; you won’t be ready to leave!
Today's run is early and optional, but you won't want to miss it. We'll head to a local trail that is lined with stunning waterfalls - the out/back set up caters to both those with fresh legs and those who just want a scenic stroll. A big breakfast awaits your return. Eventually it will be time to pack up, say our goodbyes and depart for the airport.
PRICING & DETAILS
Week 1: Wednesday, June 26 - Sunday, June 30, 2019 - PRIVATE TRIP
Week 2: Wednesday, July 3 - Sunday, July 7, 2019
A $500 deposit secures your spot, and balances are due by March 26, 2019 (Week 1) or April 3, 2019 (Week 2). Sign ups after these dates will be due in full.
Shared Room, Twin beds w/ shared bath: $1595 per person (1 room)
Private Room, Queen bed w/ shared bath: $1695 per person (3 rooms)
Private Room, Queen bed w/ En Suite Bath: $1775 per person (3 rooms)
Couples w/ En Suite Bath: $3250 (cost is per couple for private room with two people sharing a queen bed w/ En Suite Bathroom.) Just pay your deposit as a single and indicate on the form at checkout you are sharing a room. The couples discount will be applied when you pay your balance.
Please refer to the FAQs on our website for our cancellation & refund policy.
- Transfers to/from the Redmond/Bend airport or other in-town transport link
- All transportation during the trip: vehicles, fuel and drivers
- Four nights accommodation in a beautiful B&B (everyone gets their own room!)
- Five unique, organized runs with flexible distances
- Deschutes River tubing trip
- Brewery tour
- Experienced trip leaders / run guides
- All meals (excluding one dinner) beginning with lunch on Day 1 through breakfast on Day 5
COST DOES NOT INCLUDE
- Alcohol (some beer included with brewery tour)
- Transport to/from unscheduled destinations
- One dinner (free to explore town, music in the park, brewery, etc)
- Travel insurance
There will be a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 9 runners. Spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis!
You will need to arrive in Bend by 1:00 pm on the first day and depart no earlier than 1:00 pm on the final day. You can fly directly to Bend/Redmond, or use a shuttle or rental car to connect from Eugene or Portland (great if you're planning to extend your vacation!). Suggestions and guidance will be provided once the group is set.
Please note that travel insurance is strongly recommended. Although we hope you never need it, we've seen enough to know that it can be a lifesaver in the event of a medical emergency, flight delays that cause you to miss the start of the trip, lost baggage or cancellation on your part (broke your leg two weeks before departure? Insurance could cover the entire cost of your trip!).
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Gabe Steger at firstname.lastname@example.org
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