September 21, 1994
On a hot Eugene Fall day, five of us walked up a pleasantly cool old
growth forest trail towards Tidbits Mountain, so named “because the
top is shattered into fingers or tidbits”
[Oregon Geographic Names, Lewis A. McArthur].
This important triangulation station north of Blue River provided a vast,
unbroken 360-degree view from the top.
This is a five-mile round trip hike with an elevation gain of 1100 ft.
The congenial hikers included Velma Shirk, Maude Nilsen, Norm Benton,
Dave Predeek and Margaret Wiese (leader).