Experience marijuana legalization and tour Bend with knowledgeable guides. Bend Cannabis Tours are offered daily at 1:00pm.
Whether interested in medical marijuana, growing cannabis, navigating a dispensary, or looking for unique things to do in Bend, our pot tour will stimulate your mind and answer burning questions.
Educational, enlightening and entertaining! Step into the world of cannabis and explore first-hand.
Tours also include:
cannabis consumer safety info,
Oregon history and laws,
cannabis science and
a swag bag valued at over $30 in gifts and coupons!
Now offering DIY Cannabis Classes! Learn the process for making medicated tincture, topical and capsules. Get helpful and useful information on dosing and how to properly utilize the products based on your body's needs. Limited space available, check calendar below!
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Must be 21+ with valid ID | OMMP cardholders welcome!
YOUR INDUSTRY GUIDES
Stacie and Tris’ joint history began in Bend, Oregon in 2010 at Mother’s Against Misuse and Abuse (MAMA), a medical marijuana licensing clinic focused on educating people about the responsible use of drugs. Working with patients from all medical histories and attending seminars on cannabis science and therapeutics gave them the experience they needed to become knowledgeable about using cannabis for specific ailments, (i.e. chronic pain, cancer, glaucoma, MS, migraines, anxiety, etc). During this time, they also became co-hosts of their cannabis information/reggae music radio show, The High Desert Co-op on KPOV, which helped them realize their truly unique position in this budding local industry. Further reinforced with the formation of Blazing Trails in 2017, these two cannapreneurs blaze brightly into their new venture and hope it is an enlightening experience for all.
STACIE JOHNSON Stacie Dread
I proudly grew up in Oregon, where I have always been an active individual. As a youth, I played softball and soccer and my mom would take us skiing/snowboarding almost every Sunday during the winter. After my first major injury as a young teen, attending physicians recommended prescription medications for pain and inflammation. By the time I was 16, I experienced the results of this in the form of stomach pain, along with daily chronic back and hip pain. When I turned a responsible adult age, I tried cannabis for the first time and felt the positive medical benefits immediately... and the story goes from there. I became a state licensed medical marijuana patient in 2004 and an advocate for the healing properties of cannabis.
Stacie earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Outdoor Recreation and Tourism from Oregon State University-Cascades, with a focus in sustainable tourism. She also has been a marijuana grower for many years and has an Oregon Marijuana Workers Permit. She is a fifth-generation Oregonian, grew up in SE Portland and now calls Bend her home.
“It has always been my intention to use my degree and knowledge to help people live better."
Tris Reisfar TRISTONE
My cannabis reform trail began as a young man when I joined the Oregon Marijuana Initiative (OMI), Oregon’s first attempt to legalize cannabis. The OMI reached the ballot in 1986, yet received only 26% of the yes vote. Remaining politically active throughout a 25 year career in the dental field, I helped fight an attempt to re criminalize cannabis in Oregon, and worked to finally legalize medical marijuana in 1997. I began covering elections and public affairs at KPOV in Bend in 2005 where I continue to host two shows; The Coop, and The High Desert Co-op. I was the manager of the Mother’s Against Misuse and Abuse (MAMA) Bend medical marijuana clinic from 2010-2017.
Tristan currently serves on the Oregon Health Authority’s Advisory Committee on Medical Marijuana. He is also an active member of the City of Bend Police Department’s Citizens Advisory Committee since 2000. He is happily married for 28 years, has two sons and one beautiful granddaughter.
“Talk minus action equals zero.”
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is a cannabis tour for me? If you're looking for unique things to do in Bend, our marijuana tours have something for every canna-curious individual. Come one, come all!
- Can I use cannabis products on the tour? We kindly ask that you respectfully refrain from the use of cannabis products while on our tours.
- Where do tours begin and end? In the Century Center, on the corner of Century Dr. and Commerce Ave., at The Wilds, 30 SW Century Drive, Suite 120 Bend, OR 97702
- What should I bring? State or federally issued ID that shows age 21+ for each individual going on the tour, and anything else to make your ride more comfortable. There are cup holders and USB ports available for your convenience. It's also a good idea to bring cash, as some of the dispensaries are cash-only establishments.
- Are we allowed to tip our guide? Please do!
- Do all riders need to be 21 or older? Yes, and present valid state or federally issued ID! OMMP cardholders of all ages are welcome; cardholders under 18 years of age welcome with registered caregiver
- Why take a marijuana tour? Oregon has a rich, deep history when it comes to cannabis, and education is our top priority at Blazing Trails Tours. We research and provide the most accurate, up to date information that we can access. Our tour is a wonderful juxtapose to the many Bend beer tours, cycle pub and Bend live music events that keep our community alive and active.
- What can I expect? To have a blast and learn a lot! We really try to make each ride unique, educational, and fun. Each passenger will receive a swag bag valued at over $30 in gifts and coupons.
- How can I get more questions answered? Give us a call at 541-318-6488 and we'll break it down for you.
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We are excited to share our knowledge with you! We also offer private tours and customized tours. Contact us to find out more, we are happy to answer any questions.
30 SW Century Drive, Suite 120 Bend, OR 97702
The High Desert Co-op
Tris Tristone and Stacie Dread bring you ganja news, cannabis information and irie reggae music on a weekly program for our non-profit, community radio station
8-10 PM KPOV 88.9 FM Bend Oregon kpov.org