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Grizzly Peak Wildflower Hike with KS Wild

Join KS Wild in welcoming Oregon Wild botanical expert and naturalist Wendell Wood for an engaging wildflower walk to Grizzly Peak.

Level: Moderate
Distance: 6.0 miles
Elevation Gain: 750 feet
Leader: Wendell Wood
Location: BLM lands outside Ashland

Klamath Basin Canoe & Kayak Trip

Join Oregon Wild’s Wildlands Interpreter, Wendell Wood for a weekend field trip to southern Oregon’s Klamath Basin to see area bird & wildlife and to learn about Oregon Wild’s on going conservation efforts to protect and restore Oregon’s largest wetland ecosystem. People will need to bring their own non-motorized water craft, however a couple of extra canoes are available that will be transported to the canoeing sites, if reserved well in advance, and for an additional $25/ per person trip donation.

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Boulder Lake Hike

Discover the aquamarine waters of one of the best-kept secrets in the Mount Hood National Forest.

Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 5 miles
Elevation Gain: 1,100 feet
Leader: Erik Fernandez
Location: Mount Hood National Forest

With old-growth forests and high mountain cliffs, Boulder Lake is one of the best kept secrets in the Mount Hood region.

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Olallie Mountain - Three Sisters Wilderness

Climb to a lookout on Olallie Mountain in the Three Sisters Wilderness for views, wildflowers, and much more!

Difficulty: Moderate
Distance: 7 miles
Elevation Gain:  1,200 feet
Leader: Chandra LeGue
Location: Willamette National Forest, SE of Eugene

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Tamanawas Falls Tree ID Hike

Explore a diverse old-growth forest along the crystal clear Cold Spring Creek leading up to the spectacular Tamanawas Falls.

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

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Logan Valley Spring Restoration Trip with ONDA

This trip will be spent helping to restore critical bull trout habitat on the Malheur National Forest in Logan Valley located right at the at the base of the beautiful Strawberry Mountains!

The first day of the work trip will be spent repairing a fence that protects a large spring at the headwaters of the Malheur River. The second day we will be working to improve the riparian habitat along streams within Logan Valley by planting willows along the banks.

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Pine Mountain Natural History Walk with ONDA

Celebrate Wilderness Week with our friends at the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) and discover some natural history at Pine Mountain. A featured hike of Wilderness Week 2014.

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South Fork & Sand Hollow Wilderness Trip with ONDA

Celebrate Wilderness Week with our friends at the Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA). A featured hike of Wilderness Week 2014.

Wilderness Study Areas (WSAs) inspire us.  They remain some of the last great open places and rugged canyons in the west, where animals have the freedom to roam and the vistas stretch on for miles.  The Prineville BLM manages some 217,000 acres of WSAs. South Fork and Sand Hollow are two pieces in a complex of WSAs that tie together an expansive landscape integral to sage grouse, pronghorn antelope, and mule deer in Central Oregon.

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Diamond Peak - Diamond Peak Wilderness

Hike, climb, and scramble to the summit of massive Diamond Peak, where you'll be rewarded with fantastic views of the Cascades.

Difficulty: Very Difficult
Distance: 12.5 miles
Elevation Gain: 3,250 feet
Leader: Julie Polhemus
Shepherd: Chandra LeGue
Location: Willamette National Forest, SE of Eugene

Have you ever driven by on Highway 58 and wished you could stand atop Diamond Peak? Well, you can!

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Shale Ridge Trail - Waldo Lake Wilderness

Hike through a spectacular forest along the upper reaches of the North Fork of the Middle Fork Willamette River.

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Distance: 5.5 miles round trip
Elevation Gain: 400 feet
Leader: Chandra LeGue
Location: Willamette National Forest, along Hwy. 19

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