Fire Closes Trails in the Red Buttes Wilderness

The Fort Complex Fire, made up of three fires burning in and around the Red Buttes Wilderness Area, in Northern California and Southern Oregon, is affecting trails and road access in the area. The fires (Hello, Goff, & Lick) began August 5th when a lightening storm came through. Chainsaws and helicopters are being used to fight the Halo fire within the Red Buttes Wilderness Area under an exemption.
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Conifer Country the Ultimate Tree-side Reader

Conifer Country: A natural history and hiking guide to 35 conifers of the Klamath Mountain Region by Michael Kauffmann www.conifercountry.com This newly released book provides tree lovers with an ultimate hiking guide to see 35 different species of conifers in this one region! From the common juniper to the foxtail pine, brewer spruce to ghost pine. There are so many places and trees to explore, so
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South Kelsey Trail - S.F. Smith River - California

A new National Recreation Trail called the Coast to Crest Trail is being cleared from Crescent City over the Little Bald Hills Trail to the South Fork Smith River, then upriver along newly constructed trail segments to the upper South Kelsey Trailhead. From here the scenic trail climbs up to Baldy Peak in the Siskiyou Wilderness, and then heads down the West Fork Clear Creek to the Clear Creek Trail,
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COAST TO CREST TRAIL

The Rose Foundation has nearly completed construction of a 6-mile trail element that will connect an existing trail system from the Pacific Coast in Crescent City to create a fifty-mile world-class trail to Harrington Mountain in the Siskiyou Wilderness. This Coast to Crest Trail follows ancient routes of Native American trails and in many areas uses
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Condor Kirk’s epic Pacific Crest Trail hike in 3 minutes

Watch how the Pacific Crest trail transforms this individual over 1,700 miles and 90 pounds lost. Photos and video include shots from the Klamath-Siskiyou region on the Pacific Crest Trail.
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