To kick off our third season of our Get Out and Paddle: Sea Oregon, we returned to where it all started: Warrior Rock. I love this particular paddle with its straight forward logistics (launch and land Scappoose Bay Paddling Center), interesting mix of history and wildlife, and beautiful vistas from the Columbia river.
Staffer Adam had a chance to drive through Denali National Park at the end of season this year. The road lottery is a little known (outside of Alaska) but amazing opportunity to see wildlife without the glut of summer crowds. It is the only time of year when the public are allowed to drive their own vehicles to the park roads terminus at Kashwitna Mining District some 80+miles in.
What are the 7 wonders of Oregon? They are the amazing natural spaces you can discover here in Oregon: majestic Mt. Hood, the incredible Columbia River Gorge, the awesome Oregon Coast, the pretty Painted Hills, spectacular Smith Rock, the wonderful Wallowas, and indescribable Crater Lake.
Do you long for the peace and solitude that accompanies fresh snow and winter wilderness? Have you ever wanted to get more out of snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, but didn’t know where to go or what to bring? Join us on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 10th & Dec. 8th, as we share with you all you need to get out and enjoy snowshoeing & xc-skiing.
Kayak School Instructor Patrick took a group of eager kayakers out on the 2.5 day Kayak School Whitewater Kayak Course and wrote all about their adventures! Learn more about this awesome Kayak School Course!
Join us most every Thursday in the winter for our Thirsty Thursday clinic series! This winter, Next Adventure will be offering free clinics and events provided to give paddlers an introduction to different topics or provide entertainment to the community and bring paddlers from various communities together. Whether it is fishing, sea kayaking, recreational, whitewater or SUP, paddlers of all kinds can come together at the paddling hub of the Northwest: Next Adventure Paddle Sports Center.