Minimizing Risk, Maximizing Reward – How to Recreate Safely in Oregon’s High Desert
October 14 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Would you know what to do if you were injured while exploring the desert?
In April 2019, Oregon Desert Trail thru-hiker Stacy Boone sustained a debilitating injury in the Owyhee region. In the summer of that same year, long-distance biker Tomas Quinones came to the aid of an unconscious man while he was bikepacking through the Greater Hart-Sheldon. To help you learn from their experiences, Oregon Desert Trail Coordinator Renee Patrick will facilitate a conversation between these two desert explorers, highlighting two sides of search and rescue efforts.
Join us for insights into assessing your risk, the decision making process during an incident, and tips to help make your next adventure safe and fun.
Photo by Sage Brown
This event will be hosted online, beginning at 5:00 p.m. PDT. Registration is free and required. Only one person per household should register for this event.
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