Oregon Wild Wednesday Eugene: Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (Oregon)
Join Oregon Wild at Claim 52 Brewing for a pint and some local food cart fare for this special Oregon Wild event.
Thinking about hiking some or all of the Pacific Crest Trail in Oregon? Join Oregon Wild and guidebook author Eli Boschetto at Claim 52 Brewing in Eugene for an evening of inspiring imagery and trail beta to help you start planning your own PCT adventure.
Eli breaks down the state’s 455 miles of PCT into manageable sections—each with stunning routes that can be hiked in a long weekend, a week or more. Details include trail accessibility, choosing campsites, finding water and getting the right permits for hiking from the rolling grasslands of the Soda Mountain Wilderness to the volcanic plains of the Central Cascades to the doorstep of Oregon’s tallest peak, Mount Hood. Bring your questions, your appetite for adventure, and your thirst for great, local beer!
In addition to Eli’s presentation, learn more about Oregon Wild’s current efforts to protect wild places and public lands across the state, and how we help connect people to the great outdoors.
What: Oregon Wild Wednesday: Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (Oregon), with Eli Boschetto. Free and open to all ages.
When: Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 6:00-8:30pm (Presentation starts at 6:30 pm)
Where: Claim 52 Brewing, 1030 Tyinn St.
WIN!: Everyone who attends this free event can enter Oregon Wild’s free raffle for great prizes like a a Mountain Rose Herbs gift basket, Oregon Wild swag, & more! You must be present to win.
More About Eli Boschetto, author of Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon
Eli Boschetto grew up in sunny Southern California, where he grew his hiking legs in the southern Sierra Nevada, tromping trails and climbing mountains along the Kern River and in Yosemite and Sequoia–Kings Canyon national parks. In 2005, Eli relocated to Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Mitzi, and continued his explorations in the great outdoors. He served for several years as a Northwest trail correspondent for Backpacker and became the editor of Washington Trails magazine in 2011. Visit Eli at www.pctoregon.com.