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Surveyor Mountain (Cascade-Siskiyou NM) 22-May-2018

Surveyor Mountain (not to be confused with Surveyor’s Ridge near Hood River) is a long, high-elevation ridge capped by Surveyor Peak (~6,200 feet) in the north and Summit Rock Point (6,542 feet) in the south.  898 more words

Hiking

Guest Videos: Vermilion Cliffs National Monument

Sometimes geology pulls out all the stops. You might have seen pictures of this place calling it “The Wave,” for obvious reasons.

This amazing place, sculpted by water and wind in an arid region, is just one step in a geological “ 46 more words

Basic Geology

Kerby Peak (Oregon) ~ The Old Way 19-May-2018

The trail up Kerby Peak from the north (White Creek Road Trailhead) is steep and challenging but well graded and rewards your efforts with wonderful views of the Illinois Valley, the Siskiyou Crest, and beyond.  971 more words

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London Peak (Wolf Creek, Oregon) 18-May-2018

This is another one of those less glamourous, but interesting, hikes to be found in the back of Sullivan’s 100 Hikes in Southern Oregon (Hike #173 on Page 262 of the 4th Edition).  472 more words

Hiking

The Wild Horse Story Doesn't Go Away!

OpEd by Susan Wagner – President of Equine Advocates “What is needed now is a public revolt to save these horses!” Although the #NewYorkTimes is a great newspaper on many levels, it has never, in our opinion, accurately reported on wild and domestic #equine issues, including #HorseSlaughter.

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Conservation

Shakeup at the BLM

Another day, another story about a scandal-ridden federal agency:

The Bureau of Land Management revealed today it is contemplating an overhaul of its law enforcement program — from the location of its headquarters to whether rangers should wear visible flak jackets.

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