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Trail Running Bend and Central Oregon: Great Loop Trails for Every Season Paperback – May 17, 2016
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Lucas Alberg is a native Kansan who ventured west after college in pursuit of outdoor adventure in the mountains. A distance runner since his youth, Alberg took to trail running when he moved to Portland, OR in 2001. After exhausting the trails in the northwest part of the state, he moved to the sunnier side of the Cascade Mountains and Bend in 2011. Since then, he has been eagerly exploring Central Oregon s diverse geography and gobbling up miles on the area s vast network of trails.
Outside of running, Lucas enjoys spending time mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, cross-country skiing and camping with his lovely wife Rae and son Loren. A longtime musician, Lucas has written and recorded two albums with his band The Beautiful Train Wrecks and has found time to play hundreds of shows across the Pacific Northwest. Lucas currently serves as PR Manager for a Bend-based outdoor company.
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Now for the FYI....the directions say to run along the Becky Johnson nature trail along the south side. "At 2.1 miles, turn right and cross back over Fish Creek".....there is NO bridge!!!😩 There is a sign there that says...when they (Deschutes Basin Land Trust) get enough donations, they will build a bridge!
IMO...still worth doing the south side to take in the information that is there but if you are out for the run, stay on the north side.