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UPCOMING EVENTS

The Summer always seems to go so Fast!!! Lets get out and enjoy it while we can!!!!
1

West Fork Evans Creek

Saturday August 22 10am-2pm
Fun activities for the whole family!!! Make a solar oven!!! Cook without fire!!! Fish prints!!! Wade with Macroinvertebrates!!!! Scavenger Hunt!!!! Location West Fork Evans Creek Road, 3miles from the junction with East Evans Creek Road (watch for signs). For more info: Trish Lindaman PH#541-618-2266 Gail Perrotti PH#541-261-7796
2

Hike a section of the Brown Mountain Trail

Saturday, August 22, 2015
This easy to moderate hike of about 7.5 total miles and some 900' of cumulative elevation follows the South Fork of Little Butte Creek along the southern flanks of Brown Mountain. Passing through a shaded old-growth forest the trail may offer the opportuity for huckleberry picking. At about 3 miles we cross the PCT and less than a mile further we reach our turnaround spot with views of Brown Mountain and its lava flows through the trees. The trail head is a 45 min drive from Ashland; expect to be back mid to late afternoon. Meet at Shop N Kart, Ashland at 8am. For more info click here.
3

Nannie Creek trail Sky Lakes Wiilderness

SATURDAY AUGUST 15TH 9AM TILL 2PM
This is a moderate hike on the Nannie Creek trail, which starts at 6000ft and winds back and forth up a steep slope following the rocky contours through heavily forested slopes of Lather Mountain to the southwest. As the trail evens out, the forest becomes dense with lodgepole and western hemlock before arriving at Puck Lakes. This hike offers great opportunity for your guide to discuss backpacking in the wilderness and some tips on camping in our local wilderness. Reservations are required. Call the Klamath Ranger District at 541-885-3500.

SUMMER PICTURES

Check out these gorgeous shots our friends submitted.