This is a multi-day camping event to create new trails on the Juniper Hills Nature Preserve in Central Oregon.
You provide a tent and sleeping bag and we’ll provide the rest.
Juniper Hills features some unique and spectacular geology and ecology. We will be building a hiking trail to a beautiful range of painted hills.
What to bring:
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Tools, instructions, and teaching about building desert trails provided by Trailkeepers.
If you’re interested, there is a preliminary, one-day event on April 4 where we will be laying out and flagging the route for this event. You can register for that event by clicking here.
Directions: 26 miles East of Prineville Oregon on Hwy 380 (Paulina Hwy). Three to four hour drive from Portland, 1 hour from Bend. Detailed directions will be provided via email to those that sign up.
Please contact the crew leader, firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions. Some spots available for shorter stays but priority is given to those that can do more of the event. If you have not gotten permission for a shorter period signing up for this event will assume you will be there for all 5 days! Please don’t take a spot from someone who can stay the entire time. Camping available Wednesday, June 17 and Tuesday, June 22 nights to allow for travel days.