We are pleased to host the Leave No Trace Travelling Trainers for a workshop and discussion. Join us and learn more about minimal impact camping and hiking techniques. You’ll learn about the 7 Principles and how to use them on all of your adventures. We will also cover the history of Leave No Trace and its impact on the environment.
Greetings from Newport, Oregon! It's time to take a trip to the Central Oregon Coast, disc golf style. That's right, it's one of the most beautiful places in the Pacific Northwest, and now it just got even more enticing for those who enjoy hucking discs in the woods. Once in Newport, follow Hwy. 101 to the South Beach district on the south side of the historic, and extremely scenic, Yaquina Bay Bridge. Next, stop by the South Beach Market for some of the freshest and tastiest seafood the Oregon coast has to offer, and load up on some snacks and drinks (the disc golf course takes some energy to play, so be prepared). Finally, follow the signs for the Central Oregon Coast Community College (SE College Way) and take the short drive up into the coastal forest on a well paved, windy road until you see the sign for the disc golf course on your left. AHHH, PARADISE!
The annual Rose City Open took place over Memorial Day weekend in Pier Park. Next Adventure’s flight crew, along with several other Pro and Amateur disc golfers from all over the northwest, competed in the two day event. Over 150 disc golfers filled the fairways of Pier Park, flinging it out for the top spots in their divisions.
Wake up in the woods. Breathe deep the cool, damp, mountain air. Listen to the stillness of the wilderness. Threre's no commute to the trailhead - you're already there. There are many reasons to love camping.
When: June 1st, 2013
Where: Sellwood Water Front Park
Kick off your summer with a day on the water with Next Adventure. Join us on June 1st for our 3rd annual Summer Splash on-water kayak demo day on the Willamette River at Sellwood River Front Park. We’re excited to have a large selection of over 75 kayaks from leading paddle sports manufacturers. There will be on site demos of the latest and greatest gear to get you out on the water having fun. If you've been thinking about buying a kayak, this is a great time to try before you buy. Not to mention, we'll have great deals that you can buy on the spot!
I've been wanting to do a trip like this for quite awhile now. Splitboards are great fun, everyone knows that.
Climbing makes a man out of you quickly. It's kind of like the army, except you get to make your own decisions.
Even though I have done many mountaineering trips with a splitboard, they have all felt like more of a backcountry run more than an alpine climbing experience. This time, I wanted to switch it up and do a technical climb, with a splitboard as an approach tool.
We started 2.7 miles from the trailhead at a large snow drift. We contemplated trying to dig it out for a bit, but decided to just hoof it. After a 1/2 mile of road walking we were able to skin up and start skiing. I believe this was at about the 2,700 ft. level.