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NW Trail Sisters’ intermediate+ ride @ Dog River
July 29, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
The NW Trail Sisters’ July ride will be outside of Hood River exploring the newest trails in the 44 Trails system. We’ll meet at the Dog River Trailhead and then shuttle up to the top of Upper Cooks Meadow.
This ride is open to intermediate+ riders who identify as women/trans/femme or gender NC. This is an intermediate+ ride due to the length (16 miles), elevation gain (1K+), descent (5K) and technical features. Please respect this skills filter. No one will have a good time if we’re not all physically able to handle the strenuousness of the ride and skilled enough to ride the trail.
Bring a NW Forest Parking Pass!
Since we’ll be shuttling, it’s important that folks who are coming register (via Eventbrite) so we can plan out the shuttle vehicles. If anyone has a pickup they can bring, that would be AWESOME!
Please check out the trail descriptions before the ride to ensure you know what you’re in for. It’s an amazing ride and we’re looking forward to sharing it with y’all!
Cooks Meadow Voice over Trail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0cDwi825H3A
Dog River Voice over Trail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhGOxLPhLdg
More information about the 44 Trails Association here: http://www.44trails.org/