November 2013 – November 2014
Spending Thanksgiving at Brasada Ranch means you don’t miss your favorite game. Tune into the Packers vs. the Lions, the Raiders vs. the Cowboys and the Steelers vs. the Ravens in The Ranch House Library. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with beer on tap and food specials, you’ll never have to peel yourself away from the screen. Stay all day or drop in whenever you like, football fans enjoy complimentary viewing.
Whether skiing, boarding, showshoeing or dog sledding, allow Brasada Adventures to take care of all of the details. Stay at Brasada Ranch over Valentine’s and President’s Day Weekend, and receive complimentary shuttle service all day on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to dress accordingly, the weather surrounding Mt. Bachelor is much colder than the mild temperatures we enjoy at The Ranch.
Refresh your mind and body with a serious sweat session that will be both challenging and rewarding. Special guest instructor Suzy Matias from Namaspa yoga studio in Bend, will lead the class. Afterward, yogis are encouraged to grab a light lunch in Ranch House before the Winter Wellness Workshop.
Pricing: Complimentary for Members and Member Guests
For reservations, call 541.526.6870.
A relay race with six legs that include alpine skiing/snowboarding, cross-country skiing, biking, running, canoe/kayaking and sprinting to the finish! You can do it all yourself or be part of team (or pair).
Race your bike on the beautiful Peterson Ridge Trail in Sisters, Oregon. The Sisters Stampede, now in its fifth year, became the largest cross country mountain bike race in Oregon in 2011, and continues every Memorial day weekend. There is something for everyone with 23 different race categories, and a party at the finish line!
The longest consecutively run elite stage race in the country has attracted most of North America’s top cyclists and teams over the years. The quality of the race courses, the beauty of Central Oregon and the fun atmosphere of the race has made it a perennial favorite and has the competitors and spectators returning year after year.
The Relay For Life of Crook County is an incredible and inspiring opportunity to unite together to honor cancer survivors, raise awareness about what we can do to reduce our cancer risk, and raise money to help the American Cancer Society fight the disease.