Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Derek Loeb for a geology hike at Aspen Hollow Preserve. We'll start at the top of the canyon with views of the Three Sisters and learn about the volcanic forces that formed Central Oregon. Then, we'll hike down into the canyon formed by Whychus Creek and check out columnar basalt cliffs that are also home to nesting golden eagles. Explore mixed pine and juniper forest and a meadow next to Whychus Creek while you learn about the geologic history of the Preserve and our region. Registration is required and opens 1 month prior to the event.
This is a moderate ~2 mile hike.
This hike will start at the canyon rim and follow a gravel road into the canyon and a cinder trail as you walk along the creek. Terrain will be uneven at times.
This hike is moderate with ~225' elevation gain/loss.