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Get Out and Hike

Meet at: Next Adventure 8:00 AM, return to shop by 4:00-5:00 PM

Duration: ~8 hours

Cost: Free

Experience Necessary: No Previous Experience Necessary

Summer is headed our way, so let’s all Get Out and Hike! Introducing Next Adventure’s new Get out and Hike series, designed to help you get outside, meet new people, and enjoy Oregon’s beautiful trail systems. There is no charge for these hikes, as they are not guided trips, we just want an excuse to go hiking and are inviting you to come along. These are inclusive hikes that provide an opportunity for hikers of all skill levels to Get Out and Hike with our diverse community.

We’ll be meeting at the Next Adventure Outdoor Store at 8:00 am, the first ten people to arrive can hitch a ride in the Next Adventure van, we encourage carpooling for the rest. In order to respect the principles of Leave No Trace, we’ll be splitting up into groups of 10 or fewer at the trailhead. This gives a more enjoyable experience for everyone and reduces our impact on the trails.

If there are any questions, you can contact us at or call the shop at 503.233.0706. See you there!

Hike dates for 2019 comming soon.

Date & Location - TBD

Date & Location - TBD

Date & Location - TBD


You need to bring:

  • sturdy hiking shoes with synthetic or wool socks
  • hiking apparel (anything but cotton)
  • Day pack
  • water (2 quarts)
  • lunch (& snacks if you have special dietary needs)
  • sun and rain gear
  • your trail essentials

Things you may want to bring:

  • trekking poles
  • camera
  • notebook / sketchbook
  • field guide
  • binoculars 



forest service logoNext Adventure is a fully-insured licensed Outfitter and Guide with the State of Oregon. Next Adventure is an equal opportunity Recreation Provider operating under special use permit on the Mt. Hood National Forest and Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, USDA Forest Service. Next Adventure Guide-Instructors are locally trail-experienced, and carry current Wilderness First Response certification.