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March 2, 2015
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – Looking for something different to do during spring break this year? EOU students are invited to join the Outdoor Program for a four-day trip to Bend, March 25-28.
“There is something for everyone on this trip,” said Michael Hatch, Outdoor Program coordinator. “We will stay in a lovely rental home in Terrebonne with a wood-fired hot tub and phenomenal view just minutes from Smith Rock and world-class climbing and hiking.”
Students will have the opportunity to go rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, downhill skiing and snowboarding at Mt. Bachelor and more. Hatch emphasized no prior experience is necessary, just a willingness to get out and try new outdoor activities and have a lot of fun, he said.
Cost to participate is $45 per student, which includes three nights lodging. Students are also responsible for food and individual activity costs.
For more details and to sign-up contact Hatch at email@example.com or 541-962-3621.
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