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- TCO Trip Leaders Planning Meeting (Online)Link visible for attendees
Lead or help co-lead TCO hikes! Get free TCO swag!
Let's plan some more TCO adventure activities!
Please join us online to share your ideas, get support and have fun with other like minded Trails Club of Oregon members.
We will talk about Trails Club of Oregon swag, events, Elevator Shaft, SECRET TRAILS, etc...
We welcome leaders willing and interested in leading all levels of hikes, camping trips, dog friendly adventures, offtrail hikes, backpacking adventures, snowshoe trips and other outdoor activities. From city strolls to backwoods adventures and anything in between! Now is the time for us to start planning for the months ahead.
If you are a current trip leader or are interested in becoming a trip leader please join us! We will provide support, resources and mentoring to help you feel comfortable and confident in leading trips with Trails Club. We will help connect you with other like minded individuals to explore ideas and coordinate for co-leading trips.
***To lead trips with Trails Club you do need to be a member, but we welcome non members to these meetings to learn more. ***
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- MHX bus, snowshoe and lunch to Tyee lodgeNeeds location$10.00
Meet at Sandy Operational Center at 9am for the 9.15 bus. $2 cash to driver each way. Snowshoe to the lodge, one mile , 500ft elevation gain.
Mary Beth is leading bus and snowshoe up to the lodge.
Soup at the lodge, $10 including day use fee. After lunch a longer snowshoe, Crosstown trail, Camp Creek loop, down Glade into Government Camp for the 5pm bus, all downhill, about 4 miles.
- Trails Club of Oregon: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion MeetingLink visible for attendees
“TCO wishes to be an inclusive organization that helps increase access to outdoor activities for everyone; including people who identify as BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and people of all physical abilities and socio-economic status.”
We are the Trails Club of Oregon Outreach Committee and we exist for the purpose of taking intentional steps to create diversity within the club, to support access to the outdoors for all individuals and to be a space where members are acknowledged and feel they belong.
The work of our group includes partnering with community organizations, to explore how TCO members and assets can support access to the outdoors for all individuals.
Come and join our meeting to discuss current plans and events. New participants are welcome, you do not need to be a member of Trails Club of Oregon to participate. Check us out at: https://trailsclub.org/
The meetings are held by Zoom, the meeting link will be share the day of the meeting to those who RSVPed to attend.
Looking forward to connecting soon!
- Suwannee River Canoe trip Florida: 160 to 190 miles: 4-23-2024 to 5-4-2024Needs location
We will start in the Stephen C. Foster State Park just North of Fargo, in the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia and float south for 10 days. please Youtube Suwannee River Canoe float. We are renting a canoe at Suwannee River Outpost who also has Kayaks that can be rented at around $29 Per day. the canoe/kayak rental phone number to rent your float is 386-364-4991. Ask for Dave or his wife and say you are part of Conrad Group. The rental includes life jacket and canoe paddle.
Debbie here with the Suwannee Canoe Outpost.
You are in the reservation book.
Here is the cost break down.
Transportation to SCFSP. $152.00
2 canoes x 10 days. $580.00
Pickup DP. $ 80.00
Sales Tax 7%. $56.84
It looks like there is no festival during the time you might need our campsite. If you stay at our campsite it is $47.50.
Suwannee Canoe Outpost
386-208-4744 my cell
The total cost for canoes and transportation is $218. This is future cost for all signing up.We are flying with SW OUR FLIGHT NUMER IS 1757 leaving Portland at 5:15 one stop, landing in Jacksonville FL. Our return flight is 6148 Leaving Jacksonville at 8:25 AM. Landing in Portland afternoon of May 4th. Cost this month was approximately $500 $ each round trip air fare. it is possible for you to leave the river earlier if needed and fly home.
Dave at Suwannee Canoe Outpost has reserved a campsite for us to share by boat landing at a cost of $47. plan on your own food. I will research resupply.
We will need shuttle yet from Jacksonville Airport to Swannee River Outpost in Liveoak, Florida. I will work on that. We will need to attain a permit to float Sill waters outside of Stephen C Foster State Park where we start our float.
We will attempt 15 to 20 mile days.
It is best to have a free standing tent as we will be occasionally staying in wire shelters off the ground with wood floors. You will need a stove and water filter. we are bringing an extra rain fly.
I also made reservations at a private River camp named Lem Griffis Fish Camp for night one. 7 miles. The cost is $7 per person. Some camps were flooded last year so we may be camping on beaches on our way down river. Animals: alligators, bear, snakes, raccoons, fresh water otters, turtles, two kinds, deer, wild boar, etc. Bring bear barrel for food. I have seen coolers on videos. any questions please call Linda, 3609075096