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This winter, there are many ways to warm up and get cozy at Pronghorn Resort. Tuck into the Spa at Pronghorn, sip on warming winter cocktails, exercise in the Trailhead Fitness Facility, or simply relax in front of the fire with a book or a plate of extraordinary comfort food. Plan a Winter Escape to beautiful Bend, Oregon. Enjoy the winter wonderland outdoors and then cozy up indoors for warming luxuries.

Book our Winter Escape Package, starting at only $329. Includes 2 nights lodging and $100 food and beverage credit. Valid Sunday – Thursday beginning November 26, 2017.

Get wrapped in a warm cocoon in the Spa at Pronghorn

Being wrapped in a warm cocoon is just about the most luxurious thing you can do for yourself on a cold winter’s day. Step inside the Spa at Pronghorn and warm up with our Brazilian Propolis Body Wrap treatment. It is 50 minutes of pure warmth and relaxation! This innovative spa treatment features Propolis, a natural material produced by honeybees. High in antioxidants, propolis is known for promoting the health and radiance of the skin. Just when you thought it couldn’t get more comforting, the soothing experience ends with Kakui Coconut Milk lotion. Before and after your treatment, spend time in the steam room for extra warmth and relaxation.

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Take a fitness class and turn up the heat

The Trailhead Fitness Facility is one of the warmest places on property, especially during the TRX Circuit class with Tiffany and Blair of NW BOD. Take their functional, fat blasting workout and warm up! A combination of weights, cardio and body weight movements will get you sweating while the snow flies outside.

Five Ways to Warm Up This Winter

Drink warming winter cocktails

A warm winter cocktail in Cascada is the perfect antidote to a cold winter day. We recommend an afternoon warm-up with the Hot Oregon Chai (Cascade Alchemy Chai Vodka and Oregon Chai) or The Black De Schutes (Crater Lake Hazelnut Coffee Vodka, Amaretto Disaronno, Baileys, Triple Sec, coffee, whipped crème). Enjoy your piping hot cocktail in front of the fireplace with a book, board game, or good company.

Five Ways to Warm Up This Winter

Hibernate for the day

When the temperature drops, sometimes the best thing to do is stay indoors. Fireplaces can be found throughout the resort, including all of our guest rooms. Borrow a movie or game from the Clubhouse or snuggle up with a good book. Make a cup of hot tea, put on your complimentary robe and watch the snow fall. Book one of our larger units with a kitchen and have us stock your fridge and pantry with comfort foods and s’mores fixings for your outdoor fire pit. Some days, staying in your room is the best way to relax, warm up and enjoy your winter escape to Bend, Oregon.

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Nosh on comfort food by the fire in Chanterelle

During the winter months, the menu in Chanterelle includes extraordinary dishes that will warm you from the inside out. Executive Chef Kevin Linde is an expert pasta maker and his rotating menu of seasonal pasta dishes will satisfy your comfort food cravings. Order a big bowl of whatever he recommends that night and dig into perfect soul-satisfying hand-made pasta. If meat is what comforts you, order the Steak Frites with bacon shallot butter, the Double Cut Pork Chop or our guest favorite, the Filet Mignon. For dessert, indulge in Chef Linde’s piping hot fruit cobbler. Visit Central Oregon named it one of Bend’s most Instagram worthy dishes. Just when you thought your dining experience couldn’t get more comforting, we recommend requesting a table by the fireplace and a bottle of Oregon Pinot Noir.

Five Ways to Warm Up This Winter

Five Ways to Warm Up This Winter

 

If you’re looking for other ways to warm up in Bend, Oregon this winter, read this great article by Visit Bend. You’ll find tons of other activities that will heat up even the coldest of winter days.

Book our Winter Escape Package, starting at only $329. Includes 2 nights lodging and $100 food and beverage credit. Valid Sunday – Thursday beginning November 26, 2017.

 

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