Chair: Gerene Leffingwell – 541-826-4539
Six happy hikers enjoyed a beautiful day hiking on the Rogue River Trail in the Takelma Recreation area with constant views of Lost Creek Lake. We had a picnic lunch in a campground at a site located right next to the lake. We could not have asked for a more perfect day. If you are… Read More.
Clear blue skies, panoramic views of Crater Lake, and camaraderie were enjoyed by 10 ladies on August 16 as they hiked to the top of Watchman Peak. After soaking in the amazing beauty of the lake and having a picnic lunch at the top, the drive to East Rim to view the Pinnacles was also… Read More.
Eight women hiked five miles along the Rogue River to Takelma Gorge on June 21, 2019. Spectacular scenery, blue-sky weather, wildflowers and tricky trail-blazing to detour a section of missing trail. Our members took their conservation efforts an extra step and rescued two mosquitos trapped in our car.
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.
Eight ladies completed the six mile hike of Peyton Bridge Trail at Lost Creek Lake on March 15, 2019. We were blessed with a glorious blue-sky day, great views, enough obstacles to keep it interesting and a total of 21 "flights of stairs"–broken into small chunks so that we could brag about it without actually… Read More.
On November 16, seven women hiked four miles of the Bandersnatch Trail at the north end of Lithia Park in Ashland. Only half of it was uphill. We rewarded ourselves with lunch at Agave Restaurant.
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!