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Elijah Davidson followed his dog Bruno into the cave, leaving his rifle near the entrance, with just six matches in his pocket.

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After spending four months traversing through the deserts, forests, mountains and valleys of the 2,650-mile Pacific Crest Trail, Trevor Schissler of Roseburg has found he’s stronger than when he began.

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The Friends of the Umpqua Hiking Club plans to hike to Sacchi Beach Oct. 7. The moderate 6-mile beach walk from the Seven Devils picnic area near Bandon to Sacchi Beach below Arago Peak will feature scenic views of Fivemile Point and the Oregon coast south of Cape Arago. Hikers will get a ch…

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“Make sure you keep an eye on the kids, because a bobcat’s been spotted in the area,” the park ranger at the Loon Lake Recreation Area entrance booth told us as we arrived for the last camping trip of the summer.

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  • Dave Fauss For The News-Review
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It is surprising how many residents of southwestern Oregon have never heard of the Wallowa Mountains or heard of their moniker, “Alps of Oregon,” and among those who do know about them, some even have difficulty pronouncing the name correctly (Wah-LAO-wahs).

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Soon, outdoor enthusiasts will be hiking and mountain biking down a new trail through the shade-covered Umpqua National Forest, catching glimpses of Lemolo Lake between the evergreens.

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The Friends of the Umpqua Hiking Club plans to hike to Tamolitch Pool on the McKenzie River on Saturday, July 29.

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To ensure public access to 211 acres of forestland along a wild and scenic section of the North Umpqua River, the Roseburg District of the Bureau of Land Management, with the help of Western Rivers Conservancy, acquired Swiftwater Park from Douglas County in April.