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Cancelled–Grizzley Peak- Friends of the Umpqua
April 18, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event has been cancelled.
April 18 – Grizzly Peak: Driving time: 2.5 hours. Distance: 5.5 miles. Grizzly Peak is a favorite of hikers in the Medford and Ashland areas, and with good reason. The hike serves up expansive views of the surrounding mountains and valleys and wildflowers abound in the ample meadows on the mountain’s summit. For more information call or text Lane Harris 541-643-9278.
Meet – The group meets before 8 am in the Douglas County Courthouse parking lot behind the Roseburg Public Library. In general, most hikes take an hour to an hour and a half driving time each direction.
Bring – Each person should bring water, lunch, layers of clothing including raingear. If you wish to carpool then please come prepared to share gas expenses. Driving time to trailheads and hike length are estimates only.
Be Prepared – Wear seasoned boots. Stay with the group and on the trail. If lost, stay put. Each hiker hikes at his or her own risk and is responsible for his or her own health, safety and welfare. Hiking destinations may be changed due to weather conditions or other concerns.
The hike coordinator will have you sign a SignInWaiver to participate.
Hikes are submitted to the News Review for publication. A schedule is also listed on this website and is posted on the club’s Facebook page.
Hike destinations are subject to change at the hike coordinator’s discretion due to weather conditions, etc.