Imagine being part of a roving SCA backcountry trail team, working 6 weeks at Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in northeast Oregon followed by 5 weeks in Mount Rainer National Park. Follow along as our Roving Blog series documents the adventures of the Pacific Northwest Roving Trail Team.
1. First Day of Summer Brings First Report from SCA Roving Trail Team
Written by Team Leader Jake Westrich, Part 1 of the series takes us to Minam River Trail (USFS designation: 1673).
2. Roving Trail Team, Pt 2: The Legend of Trusty Dusty
In Part 2, we see the crew at the aptly-named Hells Canyon National Recreation Area/Wilderness for trail clearing.
3. Roving Trail Team Pt 3: Eagle Cap Caps Oregon Run
The team goes on their final hitch in the Oregon Wilderness to work on trails near Bonny Lakes in the Eagle Cap Wilderness.
4. Roving Trail Team Pt 4: Hello, Rainier
After serving in Oregon, Part 4 of the series finds the team at Mount Rainier.
5. Roving Trail Team Pt 5: That’s Why They Call It Paradise
Part 5 transitions to another neat locality called Marmot Hill.
6. Roving Trail Team Pt 6: End of the Trail
Team Leader Jake Westrich reflects on the team’s summer adventure in this closing chapter.
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