New Hikes in Eastern Oregon
September 21 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
During this virtual event, Oregon’s hiking guru will take you on a slideshow tour of a dozen new trails he found while researching the third edition of his book, “100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Eastern Oregon.” Hear about a colorful badlands on the Owyhee River, a stunning wilderness with cactus flowers on the John Day, and a viewpoint hike to a ranch at the east end of the Columbia Gorge. We’ll even explore half a dozen little-known hot springs. As always, Sullivan spices his talk with notes on the geology, wildlife and history of the land.
This event is free. Registration, using the form below, is required. Only one person per household should register to attend. We will email you a private link to join the live event one hour prior to the start time.
Make a donation while registering and you will be entered to win one of three signed copies of Bill Sullivan’s book “100 Hikes/Travel Guide: Eastern Oregon.” And, your donation will begin or renew your ONDA membership for a full year!
Have questions? Email our team!
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About the speaker
Bill Sullivan is the author of 20 books about Oregon, including “Hiking Oregon’s History” and the popular “100 Hikes” series. The Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission selected his journal of a 1,000-mile hike he took across Oregon in 1985, “Listening for Coyote,” as one of Oregon’s 100 Books— the 100 most significant books in the state’s history. He has also written five novels and a collection of short stories, “The Oregon Variations.”
Photos courtesy of Bill Sullivan