TRAIL STEWARDSHIP: SISKIYOU MOUNTAIN CLUB

The Siskiyou Mountain Club coordinates extended, weekend and day-long work spikes, primarily in designated Wilderness Areas of Southwestern Oregon.

And we do it for less. The SMC utilizes technology, eliminates bureaucracy and works smart to accomplish exceptional work goals at a fraction of the going rate.

What has SMC done?

In 2009 SMC designated a 28-mile “thru” network of trails in the Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area that was left impassable by the 2002 Biscuit Fire’s aftermath.

In 2010 and 2011, under an agreement with the Rogue-Siskiyou National Forest, the SMC coordinated over 2,000 on-the-ground volunteer hours to clear 20 miles of the route.

Stewardship Events:

March 30 – April 1, 2012 – Trail Skills Spring Weekend.

Extended Wilderness Spikes– Get wild!

June 22 – 30, Kalmiopsis Wilderness

Aug 10 – 17, Kalmiopsis Wilderness

Aug 18 – 26, Kalmiopsis Wilderness

Weekend Wilderness Spikes – Get your feet wet!

July 13 – 16, Soda Mountain Wilderness

July 20 – 23, Soda Mountain Wilderness

Aug 31 – Sept 4, Kalmiopsis Wilderness

You provide your time and an adventurous attitude. SMC provides food, tools, training and an adventure of a lifetime.

Hikes – Get Out!

May 12 – Challenging hike to blooming Kalmiopsis leachiana in Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area.

June 2 – Moderate, 5.5-mile Hike around Babyfoot Lake

July 7 – Easy off-trail hike to Rough & Ready Creek’s epic swimming holes

Aug 3 to 6 – Campout at Tucker Flat on Wild & Scenic Rogue River, day hikes in Wild- Rogue Wilderness Area.

http://www.siskiyoumountainclub.org
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