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Hikers at Tawanamas Falls, Mt. Hood National Forest (photo by Darvel Lloyd).
Why stay inside? This is Oregon, and the expert staff of Oregon Wild leads outdoor adventures around the state throughout the year.
Join us to experience Oregon's outdoors and learn more about the state's spectacular wild places. All hikes are FREE unless otherwise noted. Sign up for our e-mail alerts to get advance invitations to Oregon Wild hikes and events, and check out our list of suggested hikes.
Hike space is limited so pre-registration is required. Complete trip details are provided upon RSVP. Click on any of the events below for more information, to access a link to sign up, and to view the assigned coordinator's contact information. Now lace up your boots and let's go!
Eagle Creek Wildflower and Plant I.D. Hike (Columbia River Gorge) (Carpools depart NE Portland., from May 23, 2013 08:15 AM to May 23, 2013 04:30 PM)
- Identify area wildflowers while hiking along Eagle Creek through a vertical rock canyon, and between old growth forested benches to lower canyon waterfalls in the Columbia Gorge.
Mosier Twin Tunnels Bicycle Tour and Wildflower I.D. (Meet with bike on Mosier end of tour, from May 25, 2013 10:00 AM to May 25, 2013 03:30 PM)
- If you enjoy the Columbia River Gorge on two feet, imagine what fun you'll have on two wheels. Bring your bicycle and join Wendell Wood on a leisurely bike tour along the Columbia River.
Columbia River Gorge Waterfall and Wildflower I.D. Hike (to Horsetail and Triple Falls) (Carpools depart from NE Portland, from May 27, 2013 08:15 AM to May 27, 2013 04:00 PM)
- Identify and discuss area wildflowers while hiking to Oneonta Gorge below (upper) Horsetail Falls, and then on to Triple Falls in the Columbia Gorge Wilderness.
Wahclella Falls/Tanner Creek Wildflower & Plant ID Hike (Carpools depart from NE Portland, from May 29, 2013 09:00 AM to May 29, 2013 04:00 PM)
- Extremely slow-go hike to identify and discuss area wildflowers, while hiking one mile (each way) through old-growth trees and mossy cliffs in a deep basalt side canyon in the Columbia Gorge Wilderness.