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Mount June and Sawtooth Ridge Hike

Take in the views and spectacular wildflowers from forested Mount June and ridgetop meadows as you explore Eugene’s backyard wilderness. 

Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 5 miles
Elevation Gain: 1,000 feet
Leader: Chandra LeGue
Location: Willamette National Forest, SE of Eugene

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Tilly Jane - Cloud Cap Saddle Hike

Explore the subalpine forests beneath Mount Hood's largest glacier. 

Difficulty: Strenuous
Distance: 6.0 miles
Elevation Gain: 2,200 feet
Leader: Margo Earley
Location: Mount Hood National Forest

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RESCHEDULED: Larch Mountain - Sherrard Point to Multnomah Creek Wildflower Hike

Due to rain, this hike has been rescheduled for Tuesday, June 17th. Please call Wendell Wood at 707-218-8355 to sign up or confirm your registration.

After taking in the wilderness views from Sherrard Point, walk mostly downhill from the top of Larch Mountain to see subalpine wildflowers and descend along a mountain meadow. 

Level: Moderate
Distance: 5.5 miles
Elevation Gain: 1,300 foot elevation loss, 450 foot gain
Leader: Wendell Wood

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Angel's Rest to Wahkenna Falls Wildflower Hike

Enjoy western Columbia River vistas and outstanding wildflowers diversity with Oregon Wild's resident botanical expert Wendell Wood. 

Level: Strenuous
Distance: 6.4 miles
Elevation Gain: 1,500 feet
Leader: Wendell Wood
Location: Columbia River Gorge, West End

(Please leave the next day - Sunday, June 15 - open in case the hike is postponed due to significant rain.)

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Salmon River Wildflower ID Hike (rescheduled to Sunday)

Join Oregon Wild’s Wildlands Interpreter, Wendell Wood, for a gentle, “slow go,” wildflower identification hike, surrounded by the Salmon Huckleberry Wilderness Area. 

Level: Moderate
Distance: 4 miles
Elevation Gain: 150 feet
Leader: Wendell Wood
Location: Mount Hood National Forest

(Rescheduled to Sunday, June 15 due to forecasted rain and thunder.)

French Pete Creek (Three Sisters Wilderness) Hike

Explore the ancient forest that was ground zero for the fight for Wilderness protection in the Willamette National Forest. 

Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 5 (to 8) miles
Elevation Gain:  600 feet
Leader: Chandra LeGue
Location: Willamette National Forest, SE of Eugene

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Tamanawas Falls Hike

Explore a diverse old-growth forest along the crystal clear Cold Spring Creek leading up to the spectacular Tamanawas Falls. *This special hike is for 2014 Oregon Wilderness Conference attendees. If you'd like to register for the conference click here!*

Difficulty: Easy
Distance: 4.0 miles
Elevation Gain: 300 feet
Leader: Bridget Callahan
Location: Mount Hood National Forest

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Opal Creek Ancient Forest Hike

Join us for a walk back in time to an ancient Oregon forest in one of the state’s signature Wilderness areas. *This special hike is for 2014 Oregon Wilderness Conference attendees. If you'd like to register for the conference click here!*

Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 5-7 miles
Elevation Gain: minimal
Leader: Jonathan Jelen
Location: Opal Creek Wilderness, Willamette National Forest

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Natural History Walk in the Badlands with ONDA

Celebrate Wilderness Week with our friends at the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) and discover some natural history in the Badlands Wilderness.

Located just 15 miles east of Bend, off Highway 20, the Badlands is a 30,000 acre Wilderness Area containing fascinating lava flows and ancient junipers. This area was named for its harsh terrain and fantastic rock formations. Within this landscape, one can find incredible displays of desert wildflowers, dry river canyons, castle-like rock formations, and Native American pictographs.

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Tamanawas Falls Family Hike

Great Old Broads for Wilderness and Oregon Wild are partnering up to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Join us for a family-oriented, educational hike on the proposed Wilderness area on the east side of Mt. Hood.

Level: Moderate
Distance: 3-5 miles round trip
Elevation Gain: 500 feet
Location: Tamanawas Falls
Leader: Shirley Stageberg

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