Wanna get out this spring?

Wanna get out this spring?


1 April 2013 | Ashland, OR — Get out this spring, into the Siskiyous, do something different, and see somewhere new. Make a difference, and meet people who show real passion for backcountry adventure.

Red Buttes Wilderness Area

Sat, April 6, Red Buttes Recon — Get ahead of the winter windfall and check out some of the largest sugar pine trees in the world, Red Buttes Wilderness Area. We’ll crosscut any new downed logs and clip brush on the Shoofly Trail. Carpools leave Ashland at 830am, Medford at 9am. Back to Medford by 6pm.

This trip is moderate – difficult.

Email howegabe(a)gmail.com for details and to sign-up.

Sat, April 13, Bigfoot search continued —¬†Join the crew from Starbucks Coffee for a day brushing out the Collings Mountain Trail. Checkout the infamous Bigfoot Trap near Applegate Lake, and join us for a barbecue to follow. Email howegabe(a)gmail.com for details and to sign-up.

This trip is moderate-difficult.

Sat, April 27, Illinois Valley Forests and Rivers Festival — Join the Club and others for a fun day of children’s activities in Cave Junction, OR. Details at www.ivstream.org

This event is easy.

Sat, May 4, Volunteer Appreciation Night — Every year SMC crews work thousands of hours to rehabilitate and maintain backcountry trails threatened by natural disasters and historic maintenance deferments. Join us May 4 to show them your support.

Southern Oregon University’s Schneider Art Museum. Doors open at 530pm. Silent auction, appetizers and beverages. Presentation at 630pm. Inquiries? Email howegabe(a)gmail.com.

This event is easy.

Soda Mountain Wilderness Area

May 25 – 27, Kalmiopsis logout — Backpack 5-miles into the Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area from Babyfoot Lake and help clean up our trail to the Chetco. Come see what is so wild about the Kalmiopsis. Click here for more details and to sign-up.

This trip is difficult to strenuous.

June 7 – 8, Soda Mtn Logout — Join forces with the Pacific Crest Trail Association to maintain 20-miles of the PCT in the Soda Mountain Wilderness, less than an hour from Ashland. Huge views, lots of flowers, and more fun. Email howegabe@gmail.com for details and to sign up.

This trip is moderate to difficult.