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.
FRI. DEC. 7: CLASSICS' HOLIDAY LUNCHEON
11:30 AM at the Mazama Mountaineering Center
Seating available at 11:30 a.m., buffet lunch at noon. Join us for our annual luncheon to celebrate the milestone for members achieving 25 or 50 years of membership, hand out pins to those in attendance, and celebrate the season. Lunch will be provided by the Mazama Lodge and we suggest a $5.00 donation to cover part of the expense. Speaker to be announced in November.
Upcoming Classics Hikes and Climbs
Tuesday, Oct. 9: 4T Trail Hike (Train, Trail, Tram, Trolley)
Meet at 9:30 a.m. at the Oregon Zoo by the 4T trail kiosk, near the east end of the MAX elevator. You can buy a MAX all day pass here, which is valid for the tram and the trolley. From the zoo, we will follow the 4T signs on the forested Trail. This Trail is about 4.1 miles long and has about 800 feet of elevation gain. Dress for the weather and wear good shoes—there could be some mud. With luck and good weather, we could have some great views from the top of Council Crest and some nice fall colors. This hike will take about 3 hours. Bring water and snacks. From the Trail, we will emerge at OHSU. From there, we will take the Tram down to the south waterfront. This will take about 3 minutes. Next, we will take the Trolley from the waterfront to downtown Portland where we will transfer to the MAX Train for the trip back to the zoo. We will pick a place for lunch on this trip. At OHSU, we will walk by their cafeteria or there are many fine places downtown. Hope for good weather!
Leader: Buzz Lindahl. Please call my cell phone, (503)781-8956, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know if you plan to attend.