EXPLORE Corvallis

Free Monthly Guided Adventures – Join Us!

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We do the planning, you show up and have fun!

Join us for monthly guided walks and hikes around town.

 

Next Adventure: 5:30pm, July17th @ 1st Street Fountain/Sage Garden / Starker Arts Park

Discover

Discover hidden gems in town that you’ve always seen but never visited

Connect

Meet new people who are also curious and interested in the town we call home

Learn

Learn new things about places that you see and the community around us.

Downtown Fountain to Sage Garden

Meet at the Downtown Water Fountain at 5:30pm for a guided bike ride to the Starker Arts Park and returning back to the fountain between 7:00 and 7:30pm. This month is a hybrid adventure. We will be biking from the fountain on First Street in Corvallis to Starker Arts Park Sage Garden.  The bike cooperative will be at the fountain to help anyone with their bike.  No bike? No problem? Simply meet us at the Sage Garden for the guided tour which starts at 6:15! (SAGE garden is located at the far end of the parking lot)
The Corvallis Bike Collective will meet us at the fountain with their “ask a wrench” bike trailer, which is filled with bike tools and comes with a bike mechanic ready to help you with any minor bike fixes and questions you may have.
We will stop and play at the Avery Park workout station to stretch and play.
At our midpoint of Sage Garden where we will get a guided tour, is also a great place to join if you are running late or need to have someone pick you up.
As we want you all to join, bike rentals can be found through Peak Sports.
Be sure to wear your helmet!

Length: 1-2 hours biking and playing roundtrip.

Difficulty level: Moderate. We’ll be biking on flat bike path from downtown to the Starker Arts Park. Appriximate distance is two miles.  Bring a helmet, wear comfortable shoes and take along a snack and some water! We’ll be moving as a relaxed pace.

When: We’ll leave the Parking lot at 5:30pm. We’ll start our walk at 5:30 We’ll return by 7 or 7:30pm. For those who don’t wish to ride their bike, no problem! Simply arrive at the Starker Arts Park Sage Garden at 6:00. Need to get back earlier. no problem! Just let Marty or Karen know in advance.

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Upcoming Event Schedule

Please join us as we Explore Corvallis! We’ll show you all of our favorite places. Join Momtheletes and Marty Fulford of Town & Country Realty as we visit old growth forests, beautiful open areas, and bike around the city!

Bike / Sage Garden Tour!

July 17th @ 5:30pm

Bike & Learn!

Bike from the fountain on 1st street to Sage Garden. (or just show up at the garden)

August Adventure TBD...

Aug ?? @5:30pm

Something fun...

Your Guides

momtheletes.com

KAREN DeWOLFE

541-760-5847
Broker

MARTY FULFORD

marty@tncrealty.com

14 spots left

We ask that you sign up using the form on this page. This allows us to plan for snacks, water, and other goodies. Last-minute arrivals are always welcome, but we really appreciate the advanced notice.

Save Your Spot For July 17th!

Frequently Asked Questions

What to bring?

The walk is on terrain that is moderately steep. See the video for typical trail conditions. We’ll be walking on a gravel road and trail. We’ll have some water bottles and snacks for you.  The Lewisburg Saddle hike is kid-friendly, but probably not stroller-friendly.  Reach out to Marty or Karen for more info on accomodations.

Adventures are always more fun when everyone has:

  • Comfortable walking shoes.
  • Appropriate clothing – remember that temperatures can drop in the evening and the wind can pick up.
  • Water
  • Snacks (I love having a trail mix of favorite nuts, dried fruit, and perhaps the odd chocolate chip or two).
  • A small first aid kit. Bandaids, Polysporin, gauze and clean water.
  • A backpack to carry items

Extras:
Reluctant hikers? Perhaps bring a favorite stuffy or toy to join small hikers.
Plan to meet friends, this always helps move kids along.
The “half way” treat.

Magnifying glasses
A camera.

Thanks To:

Special Thanks to the following people and businesses who make these outings possible.
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