Round two of Crater Lake National Park’s Ride the Rim is Saturday, and park superintendent Craig Ackerman is hoping its success can match last Saturday’s ride.
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK — Carefree and car-free days return to Crater Lake National Park again Saturday when 25 miles of Rim Drive, the road the loops around the lake, is closed to motor vehicles.
WASHINGTON – Fourth grade students can get a free annual pass to visit more than 2,000 federal recreation areas with their families, classmates, and friends. The Every Kid Outdoors Program is an interagency collaboration between the Department of the Interior, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, N…
SALEM — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking successful forest grouse and mountain quail hunters to return a wing and a tail from each bird they harvest, according to a news release.
It was the final morning of our too-brief four-day camping stay in the Central Oregon Cascades. Each of the three previous days Steve Underwood and I had enjoyed a series of sometimes challenging but always dazzlingly scenic hikes.
CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK — Carefree and car-free days return to Crater Lake National Park again in September when 25 miles of Rim Drive, the road the loops around the lake, is closed to motor vehicles.
A Story Hike celebrating “Rivers and Lakes,” a book by by Simon Holland and Anna Lofthouse will be hosted by the Klamath County Library at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14.
The Klamath Basin Audubon Society will host its next program at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10 at Fisher Nicholson Realty, 403 Main St. There will be light refreshments, socializing and book sales followed by a brief business meeting and program, according to a news release.
Registration is available for a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Public Lands Day project at the Wood River Wetland Sept. 28, according to a news release.
Atop a low ridge in the heart of Oregon’s Blue Mountains, Michael McWilliams pushes through brittle branches and scrambles over toppled logs and decay. Bare trunks tower overhead, but the U.S. Forest Service pathologist focuses low. He’s searching for something that lurks underfoot, hidden d…
BONANZA — Winston Churchill once said, “History is told by the victors,” but that’s not entirely true. History is told by the survivors.
Sometimes it’s easy to overlook the enticing beauty that’s close to home.