The Pacific Crest Trail
The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is the jewel in the crown of America’s scenic trails, spanning 2,650 miles
from Mexico to Canada through three western states. A section of the trail runs within 10 miles of Ashland,
crossing Mt. Ashland.
Bear Creek Greenway
Bear Creek Greenway is a narrow corridor of publicly-owned land. It follows the Bear Creek streambed
from Ashland to Central Point. The Greenway, over 1,000 acres of land, will one day include a continuous
21-mile path from Ashland to Central Point. Unlike an urban park which is an island of green within a city,
the Greenway is an open space connecting communities and their parks.
Suitable for walkers, joggers, bicyclists, skaters, strollers, and wheelchair users.
Southern Oregon Nature Tours
Southern Oregon Nature Excursions offers guided scenic driving excursions and hiking trips to some of the most spectacular sites
in southern Oregon and northern California. We offer all-day, half-day and overnight trips to destinations such as Crater Lake,
the Redwoods, Klamath birding, the Rogue Valley, the Cascades, Mt. Shasta, Umpqua waterfalls, the Oregon Coast, Oregon Caves, and more.
Spring is in the air -- days are starting to warm up, wildflowers are starting to push through and snow still caps the highest peaks.
Come and experience the natural beauty of southern Oregon and northern California -- any season.
Sierra Club - Oregon Chapter
The local Sierra Club organizes and leads dozens of outings each year.
84 4th Street, Ashland OR. 97520. (541) 482-0412.