1. Photo Exploration

‘Photo exploration’ involves setting out with photography or videography as the basis of your adventure, not just associated with it. In this article we explain how you can create a great adventure from your passion for photography.

2. OC&E Woods Line Stat...

History . . . This trail began as a railroad owned by the City of Klamath Falls and named the Klamath Falls Municipal Railway.  After beginning construction in 1917 and reaching Olene a year later,  Robert Strahorn, the contractor and...

3. Juanita Lake California

Juanita Lake is located on the Klamath National Forest in far northern California, just 18 miles south of the Oregon-California State Line on US-97 and 6 miles west on local roads. It is a great, but little known, get-away for campers and lovers of non-motorized water sports

4. Captain Jack’s Stronghold...

Lava Beds National Monument . . . Captain Jack, Schonchin John and their band of Modoc Indians were attacked by the U.S. Army and local civilians at their winter village on the Lost River, just north of Tule Lake, California on November...
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Photo Exploration

Photo Exploration

‘Photo exploration’ involves setting out with photography or videography as the basis of your adventure, not just associated with it. In this article we explain how you can create a great adventure from your passion for photography.

OC&E Woods Line State Trail

OC&E Woods Line State Trail
History . . . This trail began as a railroad owned by the City of Klamath Falls and named the Klamath Falls Municipal Railway.  After beginning construction in 1917 and reaching Olene a year later, ...

Juanita Lake California

Juanita Lake California

Juanita Lake is located on the Klamath National Forest in far northern California, just 18 miles south of the Oregon-California State Line on US-97 and 6 miles west on local roads. It is a great, but little known, get-away for campers and lovers of non-motorized water sports

Tule Lake Segregation Center

Tule Lake Segregation Center

On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066. The order authorized the U.S. military to arrest Japanese American families living on the West Coast, entirely without due process. Thus began a mass incarceration program that targeted over 110,000 persons of Japanese ancestry based on the false claim of military necessity. The Tule Lake center was the largest of 10 camps where these people were held.

Crater Lake Wildflowers

Crater Lake Wildflowers

The growing season at Crater Lake is very short.  The typical snow-free season is July to mid-October and frost can occur any time.  Certain wildflowers have adapted to these conditions and put on a great...
Morel Mushroom Hunting

Morel Mushroom Hunting

Gourmet Food for Free . . . Our early ancestors survived by foraging for wild foods.  Many of us relive a deeply buried memory of that heritage when we experience the joy in successfully finding, and...
Winter at Crater Lake

Winter at Crater Lake

Winter at Crater Lake National Park is a quiet time.    It begins with the first large snowfall in October or early November and continues into May or June.  Tourists are few and generally spend a few minutes...

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