Mt. Pisgah

September 17, 2006

The Wildish land is a 1400 acre elongated parcel, bounded on the north by the Middle Fork of the Willamette River and on the south by the Howard Buford Recreation Area. To get a bird’s eye view of the parcel our intrepid group started from Pisgah’s north trailhead. We skirted around the north end of Pisgah all the while getting a good view of the western half of the Wildish land. Then we headed south and intersected the summit trail. We continued up this trail to mile post 1. We then turned north a block on a well traveled road leading to two giant BPA steel towers. From just below those we had a stunning view of the eastern half of the Wildish land which extends well east of Buford Park. Up to the summit next for a respite with snacks. The day was bright and sunny as were the hikers.

Members: Marc Hansen (leader), Sherwood Jefferies and Carol Petty.

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