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Looking for a new way to meet other local hiking and outdoor enthusiasts?! You've come to the right place. This group is perfect for those who are interested in outdoor excursions near and far, with a focus on enjoying and experiencing the beauty and grandeur of our beautiful region. We welcome people of all activity levels, ages, and physical abilities! The group is what we all make it and we welcome any and all suggestions. We post the difficulty level and other basic hike stats so you can individually decide if a certain hike is right for you! We strive to offer varying hiking adventures so that everyone has the opportunity to participate... so whether you're interested in a relaxing walk to Rainie Falls or a more strenuous trek up Mt. McLaughlin we have something for you! We look forward to seeing you all on the trails!
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- Rogue River Greenway WalkValley of the Rogue State Park, Gold Hill, OR
Training walk for those interested in hiking the 500 mile Camino de Santiago in Spain - or anyone who like a long walk!
This event is organized by the local chapter of American Pilgrims on the Camino.
The walk will be in two parts:
First we will walk north to the City of Rogue River along the Greenway. Bring lunch or buy a sandwich at Subway in Rogue River to take back to the Valley of the Rogue park for a picnic (or we may eat at Subway, depending on the weather)
According to AllTrails this out and back portion of the walk is about 7.2 miles
If you want to join us for just the second part of the walk we should be back near the parking area around 1:00. Text or call Terri at 541-821-7178 to find out where we are on the trail at that time.
After we return to the parking lot, those who are up for walking another 6+ miles will walk south to Del Rio Vineyards, then back to the parking lot after spending some time at the winery.
Don't forget water, and a snack if you want one
It's almost winter, so dress appropriately, and bring rain gear!
For more information send an email to SouthernOregon@AmericanPilgrims.org
For event flyer click here
Unfortunately, due to insurance concerns dogs or other pets are not permitted at American Pilgrims events, including hikes and walks