Clackamas River Trail - Mushrooms and Salmon
October 21, 2012
5.2 miles round-trip
Clackamas River, Mt. Hood National Forest
Meet at the shop 10/21 9:30am; return to shop 5:00pm
300 feet gained, 5.2 miles round-trip.
You need to bring:
- sturdy hiking shoes with synthetic or wool socks
- hiking apparel (anything but cotton)
- Day pack
- water (2 quarts)
- lunch (& snacks if you have special dietary needs)
- sun and rain gear
- your trail essentials (see below)
Things you may want to bring:
- trekking poles
- notebook / sketchbook
- field guide
- Map & Compass
- Extra Food
- Extra Clothing Layers
- Rain Gear
- Sun Gear (sunglasses, sunblock, hat)
- First Aid Kit & personal meds
- Matches/lighter & firestarter
- Gear repair kit
- Emergency survival kit
Destination: Riverside Trail, Clackamas River, Mt. Hood National Forest
Where we meet: Next Adventure 9:30 AM, return to shop by 5:00 PM
Duration: ~7.5 hours
Experience Necessary: No Previous Experience Neccessary
Equipment Provided: Next Adventure will provide transportation, snacks, and experienced guides that can answer questions about the flora, fauna, geology and local history of the trail.
1. Pick the Date and Time(if available) you would like to attend.
2. Enter the Height and Weight of each person attending in the 'Height & Weight' field.
*The Minimum age is 14. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.
3. Set the 'Quantity' to the number of people you are registering.
You must sign up online at least 24 hours in advance. If you wish to attend a class that is taking place in less than 48 hours, you must call to register.
Call 503-233-0706 and select the 1st option to reach our Outdoor Store.
Next Adventure Outdoor Store Hours: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm, Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm
Next Adventure is a fully-insured licensed Outfitter and Guide with the State of Oregon. Next Adventure is an equal opportunity Recreation Provider operating under special use permit on the Mt. Hood National Forest and Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, USDA Forest Service. Next Adventure Guide-Instructors are locally trail-experienced, and carry current Wilderness First Response certification.