Capturing Fall at The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument with photographer...
Capturing Fall at the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument with photographer David Lorenz-Winston
On Saturday morning (10/22, 9-2pm), David will lead a 2 1/2 mile (roundtrip) walk to Hobart Bluff on The Pacific Crest Trail. He will share visual ideas to help strengthen your way of seeing. This section of The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is particularly invigorating and should provide wonderful subject matter. David will not be spending time on technical aspects of specific cameras, but rather on seeing the landscape in expanded ways, so a working understanding of your camera is necessary.
Hike Duration: about 4 hours Length: 2 ½ miles
Level: Moderate. Slight climb to the top of Hobart Bluff, but we will take our time.
On the day of the hike:
- Bring a camera and an open imagination!
- Wear comfortable hiking shoes
- Bring plenty of water
- Bring lunch and snacks
- Additional items: Hat, Sunscreen, Walking Sticks, Binoculars, Hand Lens
- Wear sturdy shoes.
- Bring layers
Be considerate of the group and meet on time at the designated location.
Practice hike ethics and leave no trace. Learn more.
Limited facilities. There are pit toilet facilities at the Hobart Bluff Trailhead.
Directions: To carpool, meet at 8:15 am in the Shop n’ Kart parking lot (corner of Ashland Street and Tolman Creek Road) Park at the west end, near the Oil Stop. Or, if you’re in the Greensprings, meet at the parking area at the Hobart Bluff trailhead. Take Highway 66 almost to the Greensprings Summit. Turn Right on Soda Mountain Road and follow the gravel road 5 miles to the parking lot. There is a pit toilet here and plenty of room for cars to park.
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