WHAT TO PACK
On the Trail
The trail will start high in the Cascade Mountains, most likely in cool, autumn weather. As the group
descends, and the days heat up, the afternoons could be reasonably warm. We recommend bringing layers to
accommodate both scenarios. Detailed trail information can be found at: http://soda.sou.edu/data/library1/030130l1.pdf
Hiking clothing for both hot and cool/wet weather
Hiking boots. Recommended: “Gortex” shoes in case of wet trail conditions
Hiking socks Recommend: Socks that hit above the ankle and are of a breathable material – not cotton
1 liter of water, minimum, and any additional layers you would like to bring.
On the river
The kayaking will begin just below the Lost Creek damn. Similar to the hiking portion, the weather may range from late summer/early fall heat to rain and colder temperatures.
Packing questions? Contact us:
LEAP Therapeutic Wilderness Programs
Director of Business & Operations
(503) 893-5327 or (971) 888-3930
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