Martha Roy will be leading the hike this Friday, June 21. Instead of the Jack-Ash trail, the group will hike to Takelma Gorge along the Rogue River. If interested, please contact Martha at 541-831-1543.
Due to all of the recent rain, we will hike at Lower Table Rock on Friday, April 19 instead of Waters Creek Trail as previously scheduled. We will meet at Harnish Visitor Center at 9:00 a.m. to carpool to the trailhead and plan to have a picnic sack lunch at the top if weather cooperates.
Nine of us were surrounded by the beauty of the “mighty Rogue” and the camaraderie of friends as we hiked to Rainie Falls June 15, 2018. It was relaxing to enjoy our lunch as numerous groups went through the falls on rafts and kayaks.
We will not be hiking the Boundary Springs Trail in July due to heavy damage from forest fires. Instead, we will hike the Muir Creek Trail on July 20.
Seven ladies enjoyed a beautiful day and plentiful wildflowers while hiking about 3 miles on the PCT to Hobart Bluff. We had our lunch at the summit where the views were magnificent!
The chilly temperatures didn't stop five enthusiastic hikers from enjoying a 5.5-mile hike at Forest Park March 16. We did a moderate steady climb on the Siskiyou Trail and completed the loop on the Old Miners Trail. Although there were threatening clouds, there was no rain and early Spring wildflowers along the path. Our voracious… Read More.
We have decided that the Hiking Group will not be going to Horseshoe Ranch Wildlife area in April. Apparently, it would be too muddy for our group this time of year. Instead we will be hiking the new East Applegate Ridge Trail outside of Jacksonville Friday, April 20. Susan Watson said the hike is relatively… Read More.
Rain didn't stop five of us from hiking last Friday, Oct. 20 at Forest Park. We began on a moderate steady climb on the Siskiyou Trail and completed the loop on the Rail Trail, where we viewed a replica railroad trestle at the site of the 1916 train wreck. Even though the rain didn't let… Read More.
September 15, eight women took advantage of a day of healthy air and hiked to the 5922-ft. summit of Grizzly Peak above Mt. Ashland. The haze hid some of the distant peaks, but we still had great views, exchanged lots of stories, and successfully negotiated a right-of-way with a herd of cows on the way… Read More.
Fourteen of us dodged the smoke in the valley on Friday, August 18 when we hiked over six miles through forests on the PCT starting at the Pederson Snopark trailhead. We met 10-12 thru hikers on their way to Canada who were delighted to receive some fruit, veggies, and candy bars that we shared. We… Read More.