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Friday, September 8 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Redwood Forest Hike - MODERATE ~ 2:00PM-5:00PM Full

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Are you looking for an enchanting moderate hike through the Redwoods and California Bay tree forest that offers a great conditioning hike though a beautiful coastal forest with towering Redwood trees creating a shaded trail under this natural canopy. The Redwood Forest Hike is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a guided experience that will offer you a moderately strenuous hike with continual elevation gains and losses that can be steep at times that reward you with stunning overlooks of creeks and a large variety of flora to see. This is perfect for preparing and conditioning for that multi day backpacking trip or long hiking goal. 

4 mile loop, 3 hours, 750’ elevation gain

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Megan Davin

Gearhead, Backcountry
Megan Davin is an outdoorist. She has been working in the outdoor industry for 10+ years, currently works as a Gearhead Account Manager at Backcountry.com, but has also worked retail at ski, bike, climbing, and paddle shops, freelance writing, guiding, etc. She is an active member of her community promoting women in the outdoors as well as... Read More →
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Sydney Lambert

Key Account Manager - US, Icebreaker
As a passionate lover of all things outside (hiking, adventure travel and alpine trail running round out my favorite hobbies), I’ve learned a thing or two about temperature regulation.  It all comes down to the right gear!  Our clothing choices can make or break our days on t... Read More →
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Jessie Johnson & Matt Schneider

Team West, Leave No Trace
Hailing from the southeast, Jessie and Matt have spent the past 15 years as camp directors, teachers, wilderness trip leaders, ropes course facilitators, writers, and adventurers, and are thrilled to spend the year on the road as Subaru/Leave No Trace Traveling Trainers. When... Read More →

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At CamelBak, we are the pioneers of hands free hydration but we are so much more than that.  We want to empower and fuel you to farther than you imagined on whatever journey you might be on.  We went to encourage you to go off script and live in a moment without distraction. At C... Read More →

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Backcountry.com began in 1996 with two guys, a stack of avalanche beacons, and a garage in Park City, Utah. Our roots were humble, and we've grown since then, but our vision is still clear: to provide the best outdoor gear—and to be the best at doing it... Read More →
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Icebreaker makes merino clothing for the outdoors, technical sports and lifestyle including underwear, mid layer garments, outerwear, socks and accessories for men, women and children. Icebreaker is based in Auckland, New Zealand, and is sold in more than 5000 stores in 50 countries; at Icebreaker retail stores in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the United States and online... Read More →
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Leave No Trace

The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics in a national nonprofit organization that protects the outdoors by teaching people how to enjoy it responsibly. Leave No Trace programs and educational opportunities nationwide include public education initiatives, interpretive materials, staff and volunteer training, onsite education, junior ranger programs and Leave No Trace Hot Spots... Read More →

Friday September 8, 2017 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Pursuit Village - Icebreaker Tent

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