The Mazamas offers a variety of classes for all ability levels. Learn new skills in mountaineering, rock climbing, first aid, ski mountaineering, and more.
Classics Events are designed for Mazama Members with 25 years or more of membership. Classics offer a variety of year-round activities including hikes, picnics, and cultural excursions. You'll have the opportunity to share years of happy Mazama memories with the Classics Group. All ages are welcome to join the fun!
Upcoming Classics Meetings
Those wanting to lead events need to reply to email@example.com by the twelfth of each month so notice can be included in the upcoming Bulletin.
Our east side transportation pick up point is Gateway Transit Center; our west side point is the Sunset Transit Center. If you are interested in providing or receiving rides to Classics events you can contact our new transportation coordinator Flora Huber at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-658-5710.
Be a Classics Volunteer
Positions that need help and/or backup are secretary, activities coordinator, and database updater. We meet every other fourth Monday at 11 a.m. at the MMC. Email email@example.com and state how you can help.
Upcoming Classics Hikes and Climbs
ONGOING — Flora's "Little Old Lady" Snow Adventures
Flora Huber will be leading weather dependent snow shoes and skiing events throughout the season. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to get added to her email list.
MON. JAN. 7—SHOWSHOE: TRILLIUM LAKE
Meet in the parking lot at 9:15 a.m. at the east end (look for grey Toyota FJ Cruiser). A Sno-Park permit is required. We will work our way up the western, then the northern sides of the lake, to complete the circuit; approximately 5 miles (we will not cross the dam). Trillium Lake Sno-Park is off Highway 26 southeast of Government Camp, opposite the Snow Bunny Lodge, in the Mt. Hood National Forest. It’s roughly an hour drive from Portland. Safety and other considerations: everyone will need to sign a Mazamas Liability Release Form. Step out onto Trillium Lake’s frozen surface at your own risk. During winter storms, traction tires or chains may be required to traverse Highway 26. Even though Trillium Lake is accessible, you still should stock your car with all the winter-emergency necessities, like blankets, snow shovel and extra food. Don’t snowshoe in the tracks of cross-country skiers, with whom you’re sharing the loop, and give snowmobiles plenty of berth. Email: David.R.Christopher@gmail.com with any questions.