Bulletin file photo Camping at Walton Lake. The lake would be included in Oregon Wild's proposal for the Ochoco Mountains National Recreation Area. It would not, however, be a part of 26,000 acres of new wilderness in the plan.
Album ID: 2018028
Bend High?s golden Super Bowl tradition
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Bend High recently received two gold-colored footballs from the NFL, one for each of the Lava Bears graduates who has played in the Super Bowl: Ryan Longwell, who played in Super Bowl XXXII with Green Bay; and Rick Gervais, who was with San Francisco for Super Bowl XVI.
Album ID: 2017299
Fatbikers stuck in the deep stuff
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Tyler Miller nears the finish line on his way to a win in the inaugural fat bike racen during the Great Nordeen ski and fatbike race from Mount Bachelor to Wanoga Sno-Park on Saturday.
Album ID: 2017025
Getting outside ?for women?s heart health
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Dressed in a red wig, Margaret Martin prepares to participate in the Fifth Annual Tour for the Heart at Mt. Bachelor on Sunday. Proceeds from the event go to helping the Oregon chapter of the American Heart Association.
Album ID: 2014958
Climbers try to find best route to top
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Leah Pfeiffer, left, and Neal Sipahimalani work to complete the routes during the Boulder Bash finals at Bend Rock Gym on Saturday.
Album ID: 2014962
Riders seek out long lines, Tough terrain
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Todd Wells, 46, of Bend grabs the nose of his board while sailing over a fresh ramp on Northwest Chair at Mount Bachelor.
Album ID: 2013530
Paulson looks to future in Q&A with local Timbers fans
Jarod Opperman / The Bulletin Portland Timbers owner Merritt Paulson receives a Mt. Bachelor Brigade scarf from Adam Duquette and his daughter Evelyn Duquette on Sunday at Sidelines Bar & Grill in Bend. The Mt. Bachelor Brigade is the local chapter of the Timbers Army, an independent supporters group.
Album ID: 2013139
In Chemult, finally getting to run again
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Dan Silvertree races with his team in the four-dog sprint category during the Chemult Sled Dog Races on Saturday at Walt Haring Sno-park.
Album ID: 2012939
Ski area reps argue for changes to ski statute
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin file photo A skier floats a 360-degree aerial off a jump while skiing the terrain park at Mt. Bachelor last year. Oregon ski area operators and the stateís trial lawyers association are trying to craft a compromise on an update to the stateís ski statute. A key issue is liability waivers.
Album ID: 2012477
Sled dog races return to Chemult
Andy Tullis/The Bulletin file photo Lance Christensen, left, chases Deb Walts to the finish line in the 4 Sprint class race at the Chemult Sled Dog Races in 2009. The races will be held again this Saturday and Sunday for the first time since 2013.