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Mount Eddy and Russian Wilderness: Two Backpacking Trips in the Klamath Range 
Sunday, July 01, 2018 08:00am
 

Join leaders Ken Himes and Joe Cernac backpacking 3 miles into Dead Fall Lake to set up camp. Over the next few days we’ll explore and botanize meadows and the summit of Mt. Eddy (9,026 ft.) with various elevation changes.

These trips are for CNPS members only, limited to 15 people each. Please note the elevation on both trips are well above 8,000 feet. These backpack trips are not suitable for anyone with any health and/or altitude issues.

To reserve your spot, contact Dee Himes at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Ken Himes (650) 591-8560 or Joe Cernac (408) 292-5465 for more information.

Trip #1, July 1-8:

Join us for the first of two backpacking trips to Mt. Eddy and nearby Russian Wilderness, known for its conifer diversity. We expect to see rare Drabas such as Howell’s draba and Mt. Eddy draba, both endemic to the Klamath Ranges. Endemic to the Klamath Ranges and 1B.2 CNPS listed, Mt. Eddy sky pilot (Polemonium eddyense) should be in good flower.

Location Klamath Range
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