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Look for these authors' books at local shops, including Dudley's Bookshop Cafe at 135 NW Minnesota Ave. in Bend.
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"Mountain Bike Bend"

by Katy Bryce

Came here for the mountain biking? This book by local rider Katy Bryce gives you plenty of rides, from beginner to expert.

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"Bend, Oregon Daycations"

by Kim Cooper Findling

Ideal for both those with kids and those without them, this guidebook gives you detailed ideas for day trips around Central Oregon.

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"Too Cold to Snow"

by Sue Fountain

Fountain has lived in the area her whole life, and captures what it was like to grow up in Bend during the ‘50s and ‘60s. Back then, it was a very small town that had to grow up along with the rest of the country.

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"The Nature of Bend"

by LeeAnn Kreigh

If you want to be able to I.D. the plants and animals of Bend while you're here, this is your jam.

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"The Backyard Fire cookbook"

by Linda Ly

Ly first brought us "The New Camp Cookbook." Now she's back with ideas for cooking while doing one of Central Oregon's fave pastimes: Hanging by the fire pit—or grilling in the yard.

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“Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow: Quick-Fix Recipes for Hangry Athletes

by Elyse Kopecky and Shalane Flanagan

Bend local Kopecky and four-time Olympian Flanagan first brought you "Run Fast. Eat Slow." With this second book, you'll get more recipes and ideas for fueling your workouts.

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"Tracks in the Snow"

by Peter Shelton

A four-time Ski Writer of the Year, Shelton captures moments from a life spent on skis all the way from Europe and back home to Mt. Bachelor.

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"Central Oregon Bouldering"

by Jason Chinchen

Sport climbers already know about Smith Rock and Trout Creek—but Central Oregon is also becoming a Northwest bouldering mecca. This guide will get you the intel you need to hit the rock.

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"As A Wolf Breathes” and “The Bear Within"

by Wing Williams

For those who love poetry, this is a great way to get into the local scene. Both collections from Williams are great places to start.

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“How to Be a Wildflower: A Field Guide”

by Katie Daisy

Delightful illustrations from local artist Katie Daisy, giving you a new way to see the outdoors.

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"Mountain Bike Bend"

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Came here for the mountain biking? This book by local rider Katy Bryce gives you plenty of rides, from beginner to expert.

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