They are known as rock crawlers, highly modified four-wheel vehicles that seemingly can go almost anywhere.
For this week’s Great Outdoors, sponsored by Camp Abbot Trading Company in Sunriver, Brian Jennings takes us to a new trail in Central Oregon, where four-wheel drivers can test their skills.
Josh Silfven-Floyd tells Central Oregon Daily the Tentsile tree tent story and explains why Central Oregon was chosen for their Tentstile workshop.
There’s an old saying that if fishing is like religion, then fly fishing is like high church.
For this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Dave Jones takes us to the Metolius River for a little fly fishing refresher course.
In 1988, the state and federal governments designated the upper portion of the Metolius River a Wild and Scenic River, and anyone who goes to enjoy everything that area has to offer is bound to end up at the Camp Sherman Store and Fly Shop.
For this week’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Dave Jones looks at the history and people behind the Camp Sherman Store.
In her usual adventuring style, Ski Mum takes us up the Broken Top trail near Todd Lake in the Cascades. The hiking trail itself should be open August 1 this year but for the experienced trekker, you can go now and do some back country skiing.
Central Oregon Daily’s weekly feature Staying on Course with Pro Golf’s Andy Heinly continues … this time, Andy shows you how to line up your clubs. Contact Andy and get more info about golfing Central Oregon HERE.
Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne is full of trails for everyone from novice walkers to avid hikers, but the towers of rock can be intimidating for those who aren’t used to rock climbing.
For tonight’s Destination Oregon, sponsored by Robberson Ford, Mackenzie Wilson joins Chockstone Climbing Guides‘ Jim Ablao to show that you don’t have to be a pro to enjoy some of the best rock climbing areas in the country.
General Manager John McLeod of Mt. Bachelor joins us to talk about all the cool spring events going on. Skiing will continue into May and Mt Bachelor will have a big event over the Memorial Day Weekend. You can find out more about spring passes and all the spring events by going to mtbachelor.com.