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Klamath Trails Alliance


September 2015

Monthly Trail Meeting

Date:   Friday, Sept. 11
Time:  11:45 am - 1:00 pm
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

Date:   Saturday, Sept. 12
Time:   7:45 am - 12:00 pm
Place:  Moore Park tool shed, Corner of Ponderosa Drive and Arrowhead Road in the Lynnewood neighborhood.
Check out the event page on

Trail News & Information


Spence Mountain Trail Tour  (Saturday, September 12th)

The Klamath Trails Alliance will show its work at Spence Mountain to visitors on Sept. 12 when it partners with the Klamath Lake Land Trust for a guided hike. 
KTA members will teach hikers about the trail's history and what we have planned in the future. 
The hike will start at 9 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Spence Mountain trailhead. It will last about three hours and cover about 2.5 miles.
Hikers should wear appropriate shoes or boots and bring plenty of water.
We'll be meeting in the roughly graded parking area near the future trail head... just 1/2 mile up the hill from the Howard Bay Boat Ramp on Hwy 140. 

If you want to carpool, meet at the land trust office, 212 S. Ninth St., Klamath Falls, at 8:15 a.m.

Moore Cowbell!
On Sept. 13 and 20 Moore Park will host the annual Moore Cowbell Cyclocross races. 
"A super fast, fun, classic grass course," the Facebook page says. All ages and levels are welcome to the events. 
All the race proceeds are donated to Friends of Moore Park's trail development and maintenance. 

Other News

Ride the Rim
On two Saturdays in September Crater Lake National Park will close the East Rim Drive to vehicle traffic, leaving it open for hikers and bikers to experience Oregon's national park in a unique way. 
The Ride the Rim days are on Sept. 19th and Sept. 26th.
The KTA and Lost Cascades Bike Club are recruiting volunteers to man the main rest stop at the Mount Scott trailhead. Come spend the day in Crater Lake!
We're looking for four people for each day:
  • Two people from 8 a.m. to noon
  • Two people from noon to 4 p.m.
Ride the Rim organizers are also looking for volunteers to help in the parking area, provide bike support, ride the East Rim in sections to patrol for anyone who needs help, man other support stations, and assist in set-up and tear-down.
For more information visit To volunteer to help at the Mount Scott station, email the KTA at

Crew Leaders Needed for Brown Mountain Trail
The Poole's have retired from the huge chore of yearly maintenance of the Brown Mountain trail system near Lake of the Woods.  
Klamath Trails Alliance is seeking interested people to help next Spring with the task of clearing downfall and brushing out the trail.  Chain saw skills are a bonus and may require Forest Service certification.  
If you'd like to volunteer to help out, email the KTA at
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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