527 SE 43rd Ave, , Portland, , OR
This presentation is part of the Mazamas Wednesday Evening Programs. Programs are free and open to Mazamas and the general public. We do appreciate a voluntary contribution at the discretion of each attendee. Thank you for supporting our successful series by your regular attendance.
Programs almost always keep to the pre-planned schedule but there are occasional cancellations and last minute switches. It can be a good idea to contact the Mazama Mountaineering Center at[masked] to confirm these shows beforehand. Please scroll down this page for more detailed show descriptions.
This will be the first time the public has viewed this show. The trip occurred about 13 years ago, so it was well before GoPr and other high tech devices that we now have on hand for our trips. The show will run for about an hour and a half while leaving time for questions. Below is a brief description of the trip:
Tim Bailey (Charroll's husband) and John Greengo bicycled across Alaska from bottom to top, traveling more than 1,400 miles over some of the most isolated roads on the continent. Their adventure began at Homer on the Kenai Peninsula, and ended on the edge of the Arctic Ocean at Prudhoe Bay, the most northerly point accessible by road. Along the way, they experienced Alaska in all of its rugged glory: breathtaking scenery, expansive wilderness, fascinating wildlife, challenging roads and severe weather. Join Tim Bailey as he shares a multi-media presentation about his 33-day adventure. More details can be found here: