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Sarah Imholt

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The Last Darkness

The Last Darkness

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Sage Steppes

Sage Steppes

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Oregon Desert Trail Map

Oregon Desert Trail Map

By sponsoring the Oregon Desert Trail, you are not only helping to establish a long-distance trail, but are helping to connect hikers, bikers, boaters, and horseback riders with the incredibly diverse landscape of Oregon’s high desert.

$5,000+ PRONGHORN SPONSOR

  • Visibility at all ODT events (banner, signage, etc.)
  • Logo & link on home page of ODT website
  • Logo in ODT Guidebook & Town Guide
  • Social media recognition (Facebook, Twitter)
  • ODT swag (stickers, patch, poster)
  • Free Oregon Natural Desert Association year membership
  • Invitation to ODT events

 

 

 

 

$2,500+ SAGE GROUSE SPONSOR

  • Logo & link on website
  • Social media recognition (Facebook, Twitter)
  • ODT swag (stickers, patch, poster)
  • Free Oregon Natural Desert Association year membership
  • Invitation to ODT events

 

$1,000+ BIGHORN SHEEP SPONSOR

  • Logo & link on website
  • Invitation to ODT events
  • ODT swag (stickers, patch, poster)

 

 

 

 

 

EVENT SPONSORSHIP (specifics as to what is required for event sponsorship determined on a case by case basis)

  • Invitation to ODT event
  • Verbal recognition at event
  • Banner at event
  • Inclusion in specific event press
  • ODT stickers
  • Logo & link on website for event

 

 

 

IN-KIND SPONSORSHIP (donations of raffle items, venue, beer, refreshments, or in-kind services)

  • Invitation to ODT event
  • Verbal recognition at event
  • Inclusion in specific event press
  • ODT stickers
  • Logo & link on website for event

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Oregon Desert Trail is a project of the Oregon Natural Desert Association nonprofit tax ID 94-3098621

Contact ODT Trail Coordinator Renee Patrick for more information.

 

Jeremy Fox

About the ODT

  An ONDA initiative since 2011, the 750-mile Oregon Desert Trail traverses some of the most spectacular natural areas of the state’s dry side, including Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, Steens Mountain, and the Owyhee Canyonlands. While we have surveyed every inch of the route in crafting the Oregon Desert Trail, it remains a...

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Renee Patrick

Community

Connect with other hikers, share your trip reports, explore the trail towns along the route, or plan to attend a future trail presentation. As we build our network of supporters and hikers, we would love to involve you as much as possible. Do you have a service you would like to offer hikers along...

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Renee Patrick

Plan A Trip

  To make planning easier, ONDA divided the full 750-mile trail route into four regions and a total of 25 sections of 20 to 40 miles each, all of varying difficulty. Be advised! It is critical to read the guide descriptions in detail and seriously consider any notes on water scarcity or challenging terrain...

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