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3 Day Backpacking Trip - Olallie Lakes

3 Day Backpacking Trip - Olallie Lakes

Destination: Olallie Lakes- Red Lake, Mt. Hood National Forest
Where we meet: Next Adventure 8:00 AM, return to shop by 5:00 PM on day three
Duration: 3 Days, 2 Nights
Cost: $330
Experience Necessary: No Previous Experience Neccessary
Equipment Provided: Next Adventure will provide transportation, snacks, and experienced guides that can answer questions about the flora, fauna, geology and local history of the trail.
Camp at pristine alpine lakes and climb to the rim of an extinct volcano for views of glacier-clad Cascade peaks with Next Adventure!
Join us as we explore the mountain wonderland of the Olallie Lakes National Scenic Area. Part of the Mt. Hood National Forest, but closer to Mt. Jefferson, hundreds of lakes dot forested hills at sub-alpine elevations. We'll visit a few of them, including Red Lake and Sheep Lake, summit Potato Butte, and even hike a stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail.
This is an intermediate tour, so distance and elevation gain will be moderate, allowing you to move at your own pace and enjoy the views.

What's included:
-Trip Planning & Pre-Trip Info
-Free Gear Rental: Tent, stove, sleeping bag, sleep pad & backpack (if you need them)
-Meals (3 lunches, 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts)
-Transportation to and from shop in a smooth-riding van
-Qualified Drivers and Experienced Guides
-The low-down on how to stay warm, safe and comfortable on the trail
-Natural Interpretation of flora, fauna, geology and local history
-Snacks and water treatment
-Big trees and bigger mountains
What you need to bring:
-Sturdy hiking shoes with synthetic or wool socks (2 sets)
-Hiking apparel (anything but cotton) (2 sets)
-Water (2 quart capacity) & - snacks if you have special dietary needs
-Sun and rain gear
-Headlamp/flashlight & batteries
-Lightweight mug and/or bowl
-Spoon or spork
-Personal hygiene and medications
-Your sense of awe and wonder
-Your trail essentials (see below)
Things you may want to bring:
-Trekking poles
-Notebook / sketchbook
-Field guide
-Backpacking chair
"Trail Essentials"
-Map & Compass
-Water & Extra Food
-Extra Clothing Layers & Rain Gear
-Sun Gear (sunglasses, sunblock, hat)
-First Aid Kit & personal meds
-Matches/lighter & firestarter
-Gear repair kit & Emergency survival kit
-Toilet paper in 2 plastic bags
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