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June, 2022

Wednesday
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This is a short but lovely nature walk.
Wednesday
1
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
2
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Spend 2-3 days enjoying a beautiful and challenging alpine route
Friday
3
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Mt. Hubris or The Ogre is a 1000 foot granite pinnacle in northern California, just across I-5 from Mt. Shasta. It is located in the Castle Crags state park among a field of rock spires. We will be climbing the 5.6 traditional Cosmic Wall route up the south east face.
Friday
3
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Spend 2-3 days enjoying a beautiful and challenging alpine route
Saturday
4
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Mt. Hubris or The Ogre is a 1000 foot granite pinnacle in northern California, just across I-5 from Mt. Shasta. It is located in the Castle Crags state park among a field of rock spires. We will be climbing the 5.6 traditional Cosmic Wall route up the south east face.
Saturday
4
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Spend 2-3 days enjoying a beautiful and challenging alpine route
Saturday
4
Sunday
5
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Mt. Hubris or The Ogre is a 1000 foot granite pinnacle in northern California, just across I-5 from Mt. Shasta. It is located in the Castle Crags state park among a field of rock spires. We will be climbing the 5.6 traditional Cosmic Wall route up the south east face.
Sunday
5
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June 5-6, 2022
Difficulty: S1
Party size: TBD
This overnight climb of South Sister (10,358 ft) will include an introduction to snow camping in an alpine setting. The summit climb will require ice ax and possible crampon use. Some basic snow skills may be covered for recent climb school graduates.
Ellen Gradison and Garry Stephenson Leaders.
Sunday
5
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Spend 2-3 days enjoying a beautiful and challenging alpine route
Sunday
5
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June 5-6, 2022

Difficulty: S1*

Party size: TBD

This overnight climb of Middle Sister (10,047 ft) from the Pole Creek trailhead is a good opportunity to get into the Three Sisters Wilderness before the overnight permits are required and experience snow camping in an alpine setting. The steep hike/climb up the North Ridge will require ice ax and crampon use, possibly a little rope work. Some basic snow skills may be covered for recent climb school graduates.
Bryon Snapp / Leader.
Monday
6
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Spend 2-3 days enjoying a beautiful and challenging alpine route
Monday
6
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June 5-6, 2022

Difficulty: S1*

Party size: TBD

This overnight climb of Middle Sister (10,047 ft) from the Pole Creek trailhead is a good opportunity to get into the Three Sisters Wilderness before the overnight permits are required and experience snow camping in an alpine setting. The steep hike/climb up the North Ridge will require ice ax and crampon use, possibly a little rope work. Some basic snow skills may be covered for recent climb school graduates.
Bryon Snapp / Leader.
Tuesday
7
7:30 AM
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Easy first section past Lake Ann to Marion Lake, with short side trip to see Marion Falls, then steady steep grade through old burn to the peak, with beautiful views of Mt. Jefferson and Three-Fingered Jack. Likely stop for swimming on return leg. Vaccinated and boosted hikers only, please.
Wednesday
8
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A beautiful walk close to home.
Wednesday
8
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
9
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About a six mile mostly forested hike connecting several trail.
Thursday
9
Via Zoom
6:30 PM
Saturday
11
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This one day climb of Broken Top will start at the Green Lakes/Soda Creek Trailhead located along the Cascade Lakes highway outside of Bend. This is a great first year climb of one of Oregon’s volcanic peaks. Expect to be on the trail all day and some sore muscles at the end of it.
For more details please read the prospectus.
Saturday
11
Sunday
12
9:00 AM
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This classic coastal hike climbs through Sitka Spruce forest and opens out to the grassy headland of Cascade Head. I suggest good boots and poles since this trail can be muddy. Bring a lunch and enjoy the views. Pre-register with leader: Karen Craven
Monday
13
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Come hike the highest peak in the Coast Range!
Tuesday
14
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This trail runs north to south within the Cascade Head Scenic Research Area.
Wednesday
15
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
16
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This loop hike takes us through forest, rocky ridges and open meadows below Cone Peak, with pauses to view lots of wildflowers. From there it is on to the Iron Mountain lookout and back to the parking lot. Vaccinated and boosted hikers only, please.
Saturday
18
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New Crag(s) exploration and climbing

June 18th, June 19th
Saturday: LAKESIDE Crag

Location: across from Ochoco Lake State Park, Prineville
Climbs from 5.8-5.12, though higher ratings prevail

SHADE in the afternoons

June 19th
Sunday: Either LAKESIDE again or WILLOW CREEK
5 minutes from Madras

Variety of climbs from 5.5-5.11

Please personal message me ASAP so I can send you a prospectus.

Sue Nelson
Saturday
18
8:00 AM
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We'll first walk along the beach to the jetty at the end of the tip of the peninsula. We loop back on an old road track along Tillamook Bay. We leave at 8:00 am from the State Motor Pool on Airport Road and carpool to "Bay Ocean Peninsula Park." There is a $10 Tillamook County Day Use Parking fee. Please pre-register with the leader via email.
Difficulty - Medium
Pace - Moderate
Hiking distance - 8 miles
Qualifier - Yes
Driving distance - 170 miles
Saturday
18
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Monolith, waterfalls and wildflowers will be seen on the enjoyable hike.
Sunday
19
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New Crag(s) exploration and climbing

June 18th, June 19th
Saturday: LAKESIDE Crag

Location: across from Ochoco Lake State Park, Prineville
Climbs from 5.8-5.12, though higher ratings prevail

SHADE in the afternoons

June 19th
Sunday: Either LAKESIDE again or WILLOW CREEK
5 minutes from Madras

Variety of climbs from 5.5-5.11

Please personal message me ASAP so I can send you a prospectus.

Sue Nelson
Sunday
19
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Loop hike in the Corvallis Greenway including the Fitton Green upland oak prairie. Great view across Kings Valley to Marys Peak. The majority of the route is trail with some gravel road.
Tuesday
21
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Explore one of Oregon‘s last intact coastal estuaries, which includes a pristine, uncrowded beach, dunes, marshland and meadows.
Wednesday
22
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
23
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The trail has a one-mile easy descent to Maude Creek, then ascends steadily through forest and meadows, filled with wildflowers. Great views along the trail and from the summit of the old crater. Vaccinated and boosted hikers only, please.
Thursday
23
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An early-season summit attempt for intermediate to advanced climbers.
Friday
24
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An early-season summit attempt for intermediate to advanced climbers.
Saturday
25
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An early-season summit attempt for intermediate to advanced climbers.
Saturday
25
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Castle Crags, the Ogre (Cosmic Wall 5.6)
Saturday
25
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The Iron Mountain trail starts off in thick forest then climbs through hill side meadows. We will have lunch at the observation deck atop the mountain which offers a 360 degree view of the Cascades. We then partially decent to the Cone Peak trail. The Cone Peak trail traverses more thick forest then opens to a saddle between Iron and Cone. The top of Cone Peak is an open meadow but drier than Iron. Both Mountains are known for displays of wildflowers which should still be available in late June. Contact leader for details.
Difficulty - Hard Pace - Moderate Hiking distance - 7 miles
Elevation gain - 1900 feet Driving Distance - 240 miles
Saturday
25
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Summit Table Rock in the Wilderness.
Sunday
26
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This is a reschedule of an event that got weathered-out back in May. The roster is currently full of climbers that had previously signed up, but if you‘d like to get on the waiting list, please let the climb leader know. Contact Michael Gurley (michael.gurley67@gmail.com) to be placed on the waitlist, or if you have questions about the climb. More information about Unicorn Peak can be found at: https://www.summitpost.org/unicorn-peak/151196
Sunday
26
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An early-season summit attempt for intermediate to advanced climbers.
Sunday
26
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Castle Crags, the Ogre (Cosmic Wall 5.6)
Sunday
26
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It‘s not looking like Peachuk Mt trail will be open however according to Detroit ranger station they are expecting Stahlman Point trail to be open in June. Assuming that is the case we will do the five mile round trip trail with views of Mt Jefferson at the top.
Monday
27
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Great back country hike.
Wednesday
29
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM