Our team has carefully curated a weekend full of activities to choose from. This is a great opportunity to try new activities, enjoy ones you already love, and create a weekend you will remember forever.

  1. Please choose only one 4-hour class per day (rock climbing, mountain biking, paddling, long hike) and fill the rest of your schedule with the shorter 2-hour classes / workshops.
  2. Please do not sign up for the same class/workshop more than once to ensure all participants have the chance to try different activities. Yoga is an exception to this rule - you can sign up for this more than once.. 
  3. If you are interested in a class that is full please sign up for the waitlist. We do have the ability to increase capacity in some classes if there is enough interest.
  4. Please note: You cannot double book time slots. If you select a community event like a meal or happy hour that overlaps with a class you will not be able to sign up for the class. You DO NOT need to add the community events to your schedule as everyone is welcome. so prioritize adding the classes / workshops to your schedule first.
Following these guidelines will help ensure that you don’t overdo it and that everyone will get to have a weekend full of different experiences.
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Sue Fox

Tumalo Creek Kayak and Canoe
Guide & Group Sales Manager
Sue Fox has been in the outdoor recreation and retreat industry for over a decade bringing people of all ages and abilities to the water, both locally and world-wide. She first fell in love with her favorite water activity, paddleboarding, while living in Maui, HI. There, when not paddle surfing in her free time, she brought clients out to the water to experience the physical and emotional benefits of connecting with the water. She integrated this with a variety of wellness classes taught on the beach, including yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates.

After 14 years away, Sue made her way back to Oregon where she settled in Bend, working with Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe, an “all things paddling” center. There, she has had the opportunity to support and instruct literally hundreds of people wanting to get on the water. As an ACA certified instructor, her focus starts with fun, yet always has an eye toward safety.
In addition to working with TCKC Sue guides water-based adventure retreats, integrating her past work in wellness and paddleboarding, to bring clients a comprehensive experience of fun and adventure. These retreats have brought her to various locations including Mexico, Panama and most recently, South America.

When not on the water, you can find Sue biking, hiking, practicing yoga, teaching water aerobics or writing in her blog “Friskyripples.com”. She also enjoys chatting with longtime friend “Jaymo” and participating community members at her talk series “Trail Tales: A Conversation with Inspiring Community Members” down at the Deschutes Brewery Pub.