Difference between revisions of "Bike tour/Aug 2018"

From WikiDotMako
Jump to: navigation, search
(Day 1: 🚲 Klamath Falls → Crater Lake)
(Day 4: 🚲 McCredie Hotsprings♨️ → Cougar Hotsprings♨️)
Line 64: Line 64:
 
;Stay: [https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/willamette/recreation/recarea/?recid=4363 Cougar Crossing Campground] (RESERVED Site 10; 50% are first-come-first-serve; ~2.5mi from springs; other USFS camping options are nearby)
 
;Stay: [https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/willamette/recreation/recarea/?recid=4363 Cougar Crossing Campground] (RESERVED Site 10; 50% are first-come-first-serve; ~2.5mi from springs; other USFS camping options are nearby)
 
;Mileage: 60.7mi via NF road (3200 ft; other options available)
 
;Mileage: 60.7mi via NF road (3200 ft; other options available)
;Food: breakfast oatmeal; lunch pickup in Oakridge; dinner curry with rice, veggies, and tofu  
+
;Food: breakfast oatmeal or bakery in Oakridge; lunch pickup in Oakridge; dinner curry with rice, veggies, and tofu  
  
 
Notes:
 
Notes:

Revision as of 01:18, 15 August 2018

Planning page for our bike tour in Oregon to visit hot springs♨️!

Day 0: 🚆 Seattle → Klamath Falls

August 16, 2018

Time
9:45AM Seattle King's Station; 9:50PM Klamath Falls (1600 Oak Ave, Klamath Falls, OR 97601)
Stay
Reservation on Booking.com (Google Account) for Maverick Hotel at 1220 Main Street, Klamath Falls, OR 97601 (Pay there!)
Mileage
N/A

Resources:

Day 1: 🚲 Klamath Falls → Crater Lake

August 17, 2018

Stay
Mazama Village Campground (All reservations are filled but (a) 25% are available first-come-first-serve on the day and (b) there appear to be hiker/biker spots)
Mileage
~54mi (2100 ft)
Food
breakfast in town - pickup bread and eggs; lunch pickup in Klamath; dinner mashed potatoes, gravy with veggies, field roast
Weather
this area may get cold at night (<10C).

Resources:

Day 2: 🚲 Crater Lake → Umpqua Hotsprings♨️

August 18, 2018

Stay
Toketee Lake Campground (RESERVED: Loop B, Site B15)
Lemolo Forebay 2 Small free primitive campground
Mileage
50 mi (2200 ft) to campground; ~4 mi from campground to hot springs
Food
breakfast oatmeal (make lunch); lunch egg sandwich ; dinner miso ramen and eggs

Notes:

  • Toketee Campground is a dry campground so we'll need to purify water!
  • This page claims that there are two campsites near the trailhead to the hot spring but the FS page on the train suggests that no camping is allowed and that we should set up at Toketee Lake
  • SoakOregon Info Page
  • Umpqua Hotspring Trailhead USFS Page
  • Near Toketee Lake Campground: "There are two spectacular waterfalls within a five-minute drive of the site. Watson Falls is 272 feet high and has a short trail to the base of the falls. During wetter months be prepared to get a cool shower of fresh mountain water. Toketee Falls is an amazing two level falls flowing out of a basalt column wall. The viewing platform is less than a half mile down the trail."

Day 3: 🚲 Umpqua Hotsprings♨️ → McCredie Hotsprings♨️

August 19, 2018

Stay
Blue Pool Campground (USFS) (no advance reservations, first come-first-serve; ~0.5mi from springs)
Mileage
53.7 mi (4170ft via NF road; check; 70mi 4700ft otherwise)
Food
breakfast oatmeal (make lunch); lunch egg sandwich; dinner couscous with hot veggies and tofu OR pizza in oakridge

Notes:

Day 4: 🚲 McCredie Hotsprings♨️ → Cougar Hotsprings♨️

August 20, 2018

Stay
Cougar Crossing Campground (RESERVED Site 10; 50% are first-come-first-serve; ~2.5mi from springs; other USFS camping options are nearby)
Mileage
60.7mi via NF road (3200 ft; other options available)
Food
breakfast oatmeal or bakery in Oakridge; lunch pickup in Oakridge; dinner curry with rice, veggies, and tofu

Notes:

Day 5: 🚲 Cougar Hotsprings♨️ → Eugene

August 21, 2018

Stay
Reservation on Booking.com (Google Account) for Courtesy Inn Eugene at 345 West 6th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon 97401 (Pay there!)
Mileage
57mi (as long as the road isn't closed!)
Food
breakfast oatmeal; lunch at Vida Cafe?; dinner in Eugene!

Resources and links:

Day 6: 🚆 Eugene → Seattle

August 22, 2018