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Backpacking the Wild Rogue Wilderness

1. Backpacking the Wild Rogu...

The 36,000 acre Wild Rogue Wilderness is located partly on the Rogue River – Siskiyou National Forest and partly on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management in southwestern Oregon, USA.  It’s on the north side of the...
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Thomas-Wright Battlefield

Thomas-Wright Battlefield
or The Battle of Sand Butte – Lava Beds National Monument . . . History . . . The Park Service labels this site the Thomas-Wright Battlefield.  This, the fourth battle of the Modoc War (after...

Wildlife Refuges of the Klamath Basin

Wildlife Refuges of the Klamath Basin
Like many places around the world, wetlands in the Upper Klamath Basin were drained to provide croplands for a hungry nation. Here, the United States Bureau of Reclamation began the process in 1905...

Unusual Lava Tube Caves

Unusual Lava Tube Caves
Lava Beds National monument . . . There are literally hundreds of lava tube caves with nearly 28 miles of underground passages that we could explore at the Lava Beds National Monument.  We are NOT...

Colorful Birds at Hagelstein Park

Colorful Birds at Hagelstein Park
Hagelstein County Park . . . Hagelstein Park is about 10 miles north of Klamath Falls, Oregon on the east side of US-97.   The 5-acre park offers modern restrooms (although they were out of order at...

Easy Caving in the Lava Beds

Easy Caving in the Lava Beds
Lava Beds National Monument . . . Lava Beds National Monument is located on the California-Oregon border south of Klamath Falls, Oregon, USA. The Monument offers two, world-class exploration...

Gillem’s Camp

Gillem’s Camp
The Modoc War . . . Gillem’s Camp is an important site associated with the Modoc War of 1872 and 1873, although it was only in use for about seven weeks.  Very briefly, the war came about...

Annie Creek Trail

Annie Creek Trail
Crater Lake National Park . . . Annie Creek, in Crater Lake National Park, arises from Annie Springs, near Mazama Village at the south entry station to the Park. It flows southeasterly until it...

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