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The State is asking for about $1.9 million from the federal government to build a bike and walking path that would connect the Lava Lands Visitor Center with Benham Falls and Sunriver. Representative Gene Whisnant joined other members of the Ways and Means Committee to approve the grant application: “There's been a lot of discussion with some of Senator's Wyden's staff, that would like to someday have a complete bike path from Bend to Sunriver. And this would fit in great with this path too to allow our citizens to enjoy all of our beautiful recreational areas and rivers in Central Oregon." If the grant is approved, the six miles of new path would be located within U.S. Forest Service Lands and would connect with the extensive network of paths in Sunriver.

 

 

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