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Klamath Trails Alliance


March 2018

Monthly Trail Meeting

Date:   Friday, March 9th
Time:   Noon to 1:30 p.m.
Place:  205 Riverside Dr. (So. Portal Bldg) 

The purpose of our meeting is hold an open forum to discuss ways to further our mission of promoting great trails in Klamath County.  Please join us for all or part of our upcoming meeting. 
Maintenance Day

No maintenance day this month.

Trail News & Information


Support Hot Springs Rim Trail

Klamath Trails Alliance is supporting the proposed Hot Springs Rim Trail. We want to give commuters the chance to step right out their back door and take off on the trails.

The Hot Springs Rim Trail is a proposed pedestrian and mountain biking trail designed to provide recreation and commuting opportunities for working professionals, families, students, and health-conscious individuals in the Hot Springs, Oregon Tech, and Sky Lakes Medical Center area.

This trail would replace many of the unauthorized and unmaintained trails in the area. The new trail would reduce long-term impacts on the landscape. And it would be a place people can walk to Klamath’s great vistas, or give commuters an alternative to a busy roadway.

Supporters of the Hot Spring Rim Trail are presenting to the Klamath Falls City Council. We need supporters to attend to show how important this is to the community. Come join us to support trails!

Klamath Falls City Council Meeting
  • Monday, March 19
  • 7 p.m.
  • Klamath Falls City Hall

Check out a fact sheet about the proposed trail by clicking here.
Speak up for federal trails investment

In February outdoor recreation advocates from around the country were in Washington D.C. advocating for the trails we value so dearly. You can amplify their voices by contacting your Oregon congress members to share your support for federal investments in trails. 
To learn more, click here.
Join others in the Oregon trails community in expressing your support for trails today!
Other News:
Spence Mountain Run
Spence Mountain is getting its very own trail run!
Come out to Klamath's premier trail system for a 50K or 30K on Saturday, June 2.
Check out the Ultra Signup webpage to learn more.

Oregon Ave. Bike Lane 
Klamath Falls is getting its protected bicycle lane linking downtown with Moore Park.
On Feb. 20 the Klamath Falls City Council approved funding the Oregon Avenue bike lane project with a 4-1 vote. The new bike lane is partnered with a road surface improvement project on Biehn Street, Oregon Avenue, Ninth Street and nearby areas. Construction is expected to start in the spring.

How to Become Invovled with the KTA

Visit KTA's website or our Facebook page for more information on projects and events. Consider joining or renewing your membershship today!  Individual memberships start at only $20 per year.  These funds support trail maintenance, promotion, new trail development and the resources needed to keep us up and running as a non-profit organization!  Email to join the mailing list for updates.
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