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SWEET HOME NATURE AND HERITAGE TOURS, OR

Edible Mushroom Hike

Nature Hike
7 hr. 30 min.

Notice:

Difficult hikes can be just that, difficult, (6 hours of hiking or more with a lot of up and down) if you sign up for a hike make sure you are in good enough physical shape to be on the hike, for yours and other participants safety. Come prepared for all weather conditions.
Please bring the confirmation letter to the hike. The confirmation is the ''ticket'' required to able to participate. Without the confirmation letter you may not be able to participate.
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Tour Description

Date: October 31, 2014 Learn about the uses of wild mushrooms and how to distinguish between edible and non-edible species. We will collect edible mushrooms and have a cooking demonstration at Longbow in the afternoon. Bring a small collecting knife and bags/baskets.


Tour Details

  • Duration: 7 hr. 30 min.
  • Distance: 2 miles
  • Accessible: No
  • Effort: Moderate

Know Before You Go

  • Trip Leader: Alice Smith.
  • Date:October 31
  • This hike leave promptly from the ranger district office at scheduled time (9:00 a.m.). Please come prepared for a day in the forest, lunch, water, appropriate clothes, etc.


Accessibility

None.


Amenities

Restrooms available at the office and at Longbow.


Directions

All tours begin at the Sweet Home Ranger District.


Note: Some Tours may be available only from the Tour Park on a first-come-first-served basis. Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the Tour Park.
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