A lot of hikers have a hard time taking the plunge into overnight backpacking. Backpacking is dirty. Lugging extra overnight gear is tough.
The Collings Mountain trail at Applegate Lake may be best known for the infamous Bigfoot trap found at its lower reaches.
What would you do if you won a load of money?
If you're yearning to hit a trail and maybe get some views without strapping on skis or snowshoes, you'll need to stick with low-elevation trails this time of year, and the Applegate Lake area can...
Behind its historic enclave, trendy restaurants and quaint storefronts, Jacksonville is endowed with a wild side, including 18 miles of connecting interpretive and recreational trails in the 320-acre...
According to fossil records, redwood forests once were plentifully strewn across the world.
Ashland's Oredson-Todd Woods and Siskiyou Mountain Park trails cover more than 271 acres combined. No, the area is not wild, primitive and unconfined; it is a park.
The turkey wasn't the problem, though the gravy it floated in might have played a part.
If you've spent any time in the Illinois Valley area, you've noticed that the landscape looks much different than the coastal mountains to the north or the Cascades to the east.
Time is growing short for hiking the high country.
The wind at the Cape Sebastian viewpoint, five miles south of Gold Beach, was making the seagulls fly like pirates who had swigged too much grog.
Mount Eddy is the Rodney Dangerfield of mountains, at least as seen from Interstate 5. Upstaged by 14,000-foot Mount Shasta to the east, Eddy don't get no respect.
Summer approaches, the snow line drops, and Siskiyou hikers start looking up for adventure.
Designated by Congress in 2009, the Soda Mountain Wilderness Area has a lot of history behind it.
Since it was discovered in 1930 by Lilla Leach, the Kalmiopsis leachiana has been coveted and sought by amateur and professional botanists alike.
When jazz artist Thomas Mackay was called on by the Medford Jazz Festival to put together an...
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