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What are Evening Travel Programs?
The Mazamas offers a robust Evening Travel Program from mid-October through April every year at the Mazamas Mountaineering Center (527 SE 43rd Avenue, Portland, Ore) and at Mazama Lodge in the summer. Programs are free and open to the general public, though we appreciate voluntary contributions at the discretion of each attendee. Carpooling, public transportation, biking, and walking to the MMC are encouraged!
2018-2019 Mazama Evening Travel Programs
Owyhee River Journal
April 3 at 7 p.m.
Bonnie Olin will show us what makes this region so unique, and what you can do to help preserve this remarkable landscape. The movie features a 2006 expedition into Deep Creek and the East Fork of the Owyhee. The slideshow features the entire river corridor from Nevada to the Owyhee Reservoir. The presentation will be followed by a question and answer period and book signing.
New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades
April 10 at 7 p.m.
Bill Sullivan takes us on a visual tour of new and little-known trails he is featuring in the new edition of his guidebook, New Hikes in the Central Oregon Cascades , along with updates about the trails that have changed due to recent fires in the Mt. Jefferson and Three Sisters areas. Expect stunning, overlooked wildflower hikes, waterfall trails, and a secret hot springs, all in the area between Salem and Bend.
The calendar below shows you the upcoming evening travel programs. Click on the program name to get more information.