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Sitzmark Opens with Deschutes Beer Dinner
October 28, 2015

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Beer is great. Some call it the nectar of the gods, monks used beer to mix the mortar required to build their monasteries and the term “Rule of Thumb” came from brewers who would stick their thumbs in beer to [...]

Sitzmark Opens with Deschutes Beer Dinner,

Get Fit. Ski Stonger.
October 13, 2015

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Twelve ounce curls will only get you so far in preparation for ski season, to really get in shape for upcoming winter season you need to work on your fast twitch muscles, balance muscles and core as well as leg [...]

Get Fit. Ski Stonger.,

Lez Zeppelin Rocks Pirate-Themed Halloween
October 09, 2015

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For this year’s Halloween party at the Alyeska Daylodge the most important question may not be what should you dress up as but rather what’s your favorite Led Zeppelin song? If I had to choose from their extensive library I’d [...]

Lez Zeppelin Rocks Pirate-Themed Halloween,

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Be Bear Aware!                        tips-bear-education

Seeing these animals in their natural habitat is a tremendous privilege that few people get to witness. When observing these creatures it is your responsability to be careful and respectful in their environment. Here are some helpful tips to stay safe in bear country. 

Respect Wildlife

  • Give wildlife plenty of space
  • Do not approach or provoke wildlife
  • Do not feed wildlife or leave food out
  • Be aware and respectful of animal denning areas
  • Leave "orphaned" or sick animals alone

Respect the Environment

  • Pack it in, pack it out
  • Do not leave food in your car
  • Tread lightly in sensitive habitats


Outdoor Safety Tips

  • Buddy up: you are safer in a group
  • Make noise: this will prevent you from surprising wildlife
  • Use your senses: stay aware of your surroundings (headphones not recommended)
  • Carry Bear Spray: have it accessible and know how to use it
  • Back away from wildlife slowly, never run from a bear
  • Handle food, trash, fish and other attractants responsibly


Check out these links below for more information

The Essentials for Traveling in Bear Country

Living in Harmony with Bears

Wildlife Viewing Ethics

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