The Oregon Natural Desert Association created the Oregon Desert Trail (ODT) route to link existing trails, old two-track roads and cross country travel as a way to introduce hikers to the stunning landscapes found in Oregon’s high desert. The ODT’s overlap with the Fremont National Recreation Trail is the largest section that ties into existing trail tread for over 60 miles starting at the Chewaucan Crossing near the town of Paisley. Volunteers will be working with members of the local community on this National Public Lands Day project, and together we will celebrate the connection between people and the environment by working together side-by-side with some hard earned sweat equity to improve the trail in this area. Find out more and register here.
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