2016 Tales and Trails at the Oregon Caves
Early visitors to the Caves.
A National Park Service Centennial Celebration Class.
Instructors: Greg Walter - hike leader; Dennis Strayer and Tawana Grabarz Friday night presenters
Dates: Friday-Saturday, July 8-9, 2016
Location: Meet at Grayback campground on Caves Hwy.
Tuition: $120 (includes class tuition and Caves admission. Friday night lodging and dinner not included.)
Step back in time on two recently discovered trails that transported early tourists to the Oregon Caves and brought gold seekers and pioneers into the Illinois Valley. Hike along creeks, through wildflower-strewn meadows and up to Mt. Elijah for a panoramic view of the Siskiyous. Mt. Shasta might even be visible. Hear the stories of Caves tourists and Illinois Valley settlers from the past in a special program at the Chateau Friday night. In between hikes. Lodge overnight in rustic comfort in one of the historic Chateauís bedrooms. We will meet for a group dinner in the Chateau restaurant before the evening program (dinner not included in tuition).
A block of rooms at the Chateau has been reserved for SFI students. Please call SFI at 541-597-8530 to reserve a room at the Chateau and save $20 off advertised room rates.
Register for this course.
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