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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...

2. Eureka Sunriver 2 –...

I recent bought a Eureka Sunriver 2 backcountry tent.  I’ve been using an old REI Trail Dome tent for many years.  It still works just fine, but I started backpacking.  I have been using the Trail Dome, but it weighs around seven...

3. Winter at Crater Lake

  WARNING! Always check conditions before visiting Crater Lake National Park in the Winter. For current conditions and active alerts at the park visit the Park website. Winter at Crater Lake National Park is a quiet time.    It...

4. Morel Mushroom Hunting fo...

Gourmet Morel Mushrooms 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 ultimately consuming, a...
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Vidae Falls – Crater Lake National Park

Vidae Falls – Crater Lake National Park
Vidae Falls . . . Vidae Falls is the best known and most viewed waterfall at Crater Lake National Park.  It’s 100 foot drop is quite spectacular and it’s easy to find; just above the...

Crater Lake: A Crown Jewel

Crater Lake: A Crown Jewel
Crater Lake . . . Crater Lake was formed in the largest known eruption of a Cascade Range volcano, Mount Mazama. The peak of Mount Mazama is estimated to have been about 12,000 feet in elevation...

Plaikni Falls – Crater Lake National Park

Plaikni Falls – Crater Lake National Park
New Plaikni Falls Trail . . . The news is that, as  of this moment, the new Plaikni Falls Trail in Crater Lake National Park is well underway.  A Park Service crew, shown above, is cutting and...

Stuart Falls – Crater Lake National Park

Stuart Falls – Crater Lake National Park
Where is Stuart Falls? Let’s start this story with a confession . . .   Stuart Falls is not in Crater Lake National Park. It’s actually in the Sky Lakes Wilderness on the Rogue River...

Review: CamelBak M.U.L.E

Review: CamelBak M.U.L.E
CamelBak Mule – Hydration Pack . . . My biggest problem when on the trail is water.  If I get enough,  I feel fine – if not, I run out of energy very quickly.  Thus, I thought, a...

Geocaching With the eTrex Personal Navigator

Geocaching With the eTrex Personal Navigator
Geocaching is a great basis for your explorations. The sport gives you a goal (a known latitude and longitude) and a treasure to find (the cache). See our background article about geocaching for...

South Klamath Hills

South Klamath Hills
Overview From a distance – even a close distance, the South (or Lower) Klamath Hills don’t look like much.  Just a brown stretch of hills that rise abruptly from the floor of the Upper...
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