They have a seperate rifle, pistol and two sporting clay ranges.
On Jul 12, 2013 1:57 PM, "Rick Johnson" wrote:
> That sounds cool. Thanks for the info Dan.
> Do you happen to know the range specs? I'm wondering if it's appropriate
> for rifles, pistols or both...
> Rick Johnson
> Bend, Oregon
> On 7/12/2013 12:18 PM, Dan Kaufman wrote:
> Hello, fellow OBRA members and supporters.
> I have been working with Phil and Kathy Carlson of TREO, helping spread
> the word about their new cycling retreat at their ranch in Eastern Oregon.
> TREO is now offering OBRA teams and members a 20% discount on their all
> inclusive package (lodging, meals, shuttles, ride support). Offer ends
> September 19th, 2013. You can also just rent the ranch and do your own
> The routes, the support, the food and the ranch are great. They have both
> paved and gravel options with rides that traverse Wheatland, Umatilla
> Forest, Blue Mountains and along the John Day river. The roads are so
> low-traffic it can be hard for folks from the Willamette Valley to believe.
> TREO ranch has catered to bird hunters for the last 20-years but they have
> recently opened and re-oriented their hospitality to cyclists during the
> off-hunting season. There is no hunting until mid-September but you can
> still bring your guns and use the target and sporting clay ranges, if you
> like. Or just relax in the hot tub after a good day of riding and enjoy
> the starry skies.
> I really think you'll love it.
> Dan Kaufman
> PDXK Productions
> 503 267 2862
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