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Hikes & Events

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Jan 29, 2017: Trek past frozen lakes and amble through snowy forests on this moderately rated snowshoe hike. Level: ModerateDistance...
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Feb 17, 2017: Come out to the Ochocos to see the exceptionally orange Ponderosa pines under a snowy backdrop. Level: Easy-...
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Feb 17, 2017: Enjoy the views and beat the crowds on this snowshoe hike, perfect for beginners and experts alike. Level:...
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Feb 18, 2017: With ocean views and stands of old growth Spruce and Fir, this loop along the edge of the Cummins Creek Wilderness is...
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Oregon WildBlog

Jan 20, 2017 | Jason Gonzales
Oregon Wild is Against Aerial Spraying.  Oregon wild supports policies and practices that protect and enhance thriving ecosystems that contribute to human and environmental...
Journey Book Cover (courtesy of Beckie Elgin)
Jan 04, 2017 | Marielle Cowdin
The world's most famous wolf has made it to another historic destination: literature. His story of dispersal from Northeast Oregon to find a mate and traveling over 3,000 miles...