Events


Join OutsideIN and Lyndsay Lee Anderson for an evening hike and yoga practice!   More details to come.

08.17.17 | Butte Yoga



Join OutsideIN and Deven Sisler in a Sunday morning family yoga class! Ages 5 and up welcome. More details to come…

10.01.17 | Family Yoga




Join OutsideIN for a full moon group paddle. Bring your own watercraft and enjoy a night on the Deschutes under the moon. We’ll meet at Riverbend Park on the beach at 8:30pm and get on the water promptly at 9pm for a mellow hour-long(ish) paddle down to the white water […]

08.07.17 | Full Moon Paddle


Every Monday | 8:40AM – 9:40AM | FREE Invigorate your week with Monday morning yoga at the shop! This is a free, weekly vinyasa flow class open to all levels of yoga experience. We’d love for you to join us and rotating instructors from the Yoga Lab, Deven Sisler and […]

Morning Yoga – Mondays



August 13, 2017 3-5pm Come kick up your feet and grab a drink with us at our monthly Happy Hour! We’ll have free beverages from Bend Brewing Co. and Tumalo Cider Co. as you enjoy a Sunday in downtown Bend.

08.13.17 | Sunday Happy Hour


3.5 Miles | Difficulty 4 out of 5 You’ll gain over 1000 feet on the short ascent to the top of this little peak located across Cascade Lake Highway from Mt. Bachelor. It’s a sweaty slog, but unobstructed views await you at the top. Click here for more info and […]

07.29.17 – Tumalo Mountain


4.75 Miles | Difficulty 3 out of 5 Blow Lake is the first lake on the Six Lakes Trail, and you can reach it just a mile from the trail head. Continue another mile or so, and you’ll catch Doris Lake. We’ll visit both lakes on this late summer hike […]

8.26.17 – Blow and Doris Lakes



4 miles | Difficulty 3 out of 5 Visit Tumalo Falls just for the big waterfal and you may never go again. It’s beautiful, but it’s busy. We’ll hike on past the crowds to explore a couple quiet waterfalls just further up the river. RSVP here.

9.30.17 – Upper Tumalo Falls


4.8 Miles | Difficulty 3 out of 5 This trail follows an ancient, now dry, riverbed within the Badlands Wilderness Area. The canyon is only open for about half the year in order to protect breeding wildlife, so check this hike off your list before it closes in February. RSVP […]

10.28.17 – Dry River Canyon