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October 19th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: NEW TRIP! Mushroom Daytrip Sign-Ups
    Trip Sign-Ups are open now!

    Trip Date: Saturday, Oct. 28

    Oregon has an enormous number of mushroom species and it’s no wonder, with all this rain! As long as you’re living in Oregon and since they taste so good, you might as well be introduced to some of them. We will leave first thing in the morning and head to coastal forests where we will search for all sorts of fascinating fungi. Conditions permitting, you’ll be able to take mushrooms home to eat!
    until October 24

October 18th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: NEW TRIP! Mushroom Daytrip Sign-Ups
    Trip Sign-Ups are open now!

    Trip Date: Saturday, Oct. 28

    Oregon has an enormous number of mushroom species and it’s no wonder, with all this rain! As long as you’re living in Oregon and since they taste so good, you might as well be introduced to some of them. We will leave first thing in the morning and head to coastal forests where we will search for all sorts of fascinating fungi. Conditions permitting, you’ll be able to take mushrooms home to eat!
    until October 24

October 17th, 2017

  • Image preview NEW TRIP! Mushroom Daytrip Sign-Ups
    Trip Sign-Ups are open now!

    Trip Date: Saturday, Oct. 28

    Oregon has an enormous number of mushroom species and it’s no wonder, with all this rain! As long as you’re living in Oregon and since they taste so good, you might as well be introduced to some of them. We will leave first thing in the morning and head to coastal forests where we will search for all sorts of fascinating fungi. Conditions permitting, you’ll be able to take mushrooms home to eat!
    until October 24

October 15th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Backpack Oregon’s Canyonlands

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, October 10 at 4:45pm

     

    Visit a gorgeous arid canyon as autumn blankets the high desert. This area is in the rain shadow of the Cascades, so the weather should be dry. The canyon walls tower above your camp here, making it feel like you’re in a smaller version of the Grand Canyon. One of the largest springs in eastern Oregon is in the middle of this proposed wilderness area.  While no previous experience is necessary, backpacking can be rigorous, and participants must be able to carry 50+lbs on their back for the duration of the trip.

  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Hike Crater Lake & SUP Central Oregon

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Tuesday, October 10 at 5:00pm


    This trip heads to the high-desert  to explore a landscape that most people don’t associate with Oregon. The mossy forests on the west side give way to small juniper trees, Ponderosa pines, and sunshine. We’ll Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) sections of the Deschutes River fed by crystal clear springs, and stay in an awesome cabin near the river. Plan to hike the world famous Smith Rock State Park, location of some amazing rock formations. Weather permitting, we will also hike at Crater Lake National Park for a day.

  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Raft Guide Clinic

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, October 5 at 4:30pm

     

    This clinic is the first step to becoming a professional guide, for those of you who’d like to guide a whitewater raft. You’ll learn technical knowledge and gain valuable experience in the art of running rivers and river rescue. This trip takes place on the Maupin section of the Deschutes River, at Wapinitia, Box Car, and Oak Springs rapids.  You will be camping riverside for the duration of this clinic.

October 14th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Backpack Oregon’s Canyonlands

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, October 10 at 4:45pm

     

    Visit a gorgeous arid canyon as autumn blankets the high desert. This area is in the rain shadow of the Cascades, so the weather should be dry. The canyon walls tower above your camp here, making it feel like you’re in a smaller version of the Grand Canyon. One of the largest springs in eastern Oregon is in the middle of this proposed wilderness area.  While no previous experience is necessary, backpacking can be rigorous, and participants must be able to carry 50+lbs on their back for the duration of the trip.

    until October 15
  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Hike Crater Lake & SUP Central Oregon

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Tuesday, October 10 at 5:00pm


    This trip heads to the high-desert  to explore a landscape that most people don’t associate with Oregon. The mossy forests on the west side give way to small juniper trees, Ponderosa pines, and sunshine. We’ll Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) sections of the Deschutes River fed by crystal clear springs, and stay in an awesome cabin near the river. Plan to hike the world famous Smith Rock State Park, location of some amazing rock formations. Weather permitting, we will also hike at Crater Lake National Park for a day.

    until October 15
  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Raft Guide Clinic

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, October 5 at 4:30pm

     

    This clinic is the first step to becoming a professional guide, for those of you who’d like to guide a whitewater raft. You’ll learn technical knowledge and gain valuable experience in the art of running rivers and river rescue. This trip takes place on the Maupin section of the Deschutes River, at Wapinitia, Box Car, and Oak Springs rapids.  You will be camping riverside for the duration of this clinic.

    until October 15

October 13th, 2017

  • Image preview All Day: FALL BREAK: Backpack Oregon’s Canyonlands

    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, September 15 at 9:00am

    Pre-Trip Meeting: Thursday, October 10 at 4:45pm

     

    Visit a gorgeous arid canyon as autumn blankets the high desert. This area is in the rain shadow of the Cascades, so the weather should be dry. The canyon walls tower above your camp here, making it feel like you’re in a smaller version of the Grand Canyon. One of the largest springs in eastern Oregon is in the middle of this proposed wilderness area.  While no previous experience is necessary, backpacking can be rigorous, and participants must be able to carry 50+lbs on their back for the duration of the trip.

    until October 15