Community members explore the proposed Devil's Staircase Wilderness. Photo by Tim Giraudier.
We intermittently schedule public hikes into the proposed Devil's Staircase Wilderness throughout the year. These excursions are for the physically fit, are incredibly demanding, are mostly off-trail, and won't necessarily go to the Devil's Staircase waterfall. If this sounds like something for you, join us and find out why this swath of proposed wilderness in the Oregon Coast Range is so compelling. 
Currently, we do not yet have our 2017 schedule. Please check back at a later time.
Hikes are most often led by experienced Cascadia Wildlands hike leader, Cameron Derbyshire. When scheduled, you can call Cameron directly to secure your spot. Each hike is limited to 12 people. Hikes leave from FedEx Office's back parking lot in Eugene (Thirtheenth and Willamette St.) at 8:00 am and will return at approximate 6:30 pm. Bring hiking boots, two quarts of water, rubber-palmed gardening gloves (to protect against all things thorny), lunch, snacks, raingear, and appropriate hiking attire. If you take a high-quality camera, please email us some of your winner shots for publicity use. Please let Cameron know if you are able to drive your vehicle to assist with the carpool. We encourage hikers to chip in for gas.
For a teaser of this area, please visit our coalition facebook page to check out some photos and stories about the area.
(Community members explore the proposed Devil's Staircase Wilderness. Photo by Tim Giraudier.)