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EXPLORE Corvallis

Free Monthly Guided Adventures – Join Us!








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

Join us for monthly guided walks and hikes around town.


Next Hike: 5pm, May 22nd @ Bald Hill


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


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


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

Bald Hill Walk

We’ll walk to the barn via the farm trail. Play and exercise at the barn, or just enjoy the views!

Length: 30 minutes of walking and 1 hour to 90 minutes of playing roundtrip.

Difficulty level: Easy. We’ll be walking on flat, paved surfaces or gently rolling gravel paths. Wear comfortable shoes and take along a snack and some water!

When: We’ll leave the Oak Creek Parking lot at 5pm. We’ll start our walk at 5:15 We’ll return by 6 or 6:30pm. Need to get back earlier. no problem!

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!

Lewisburg Saddle Hike!

June 19th @ 5pm

Walk & Learn!

Walk the New growth and Old Growth Trail with forest ecologist Matt Betts

Tour Corvallis by Bike!

July 17th @5pm

Explore the Corvallis Bike Path System!

Your Guides




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 May 22nd!

Join us at bald hill on May 22nd at 5pm!

Frequently Asked Questions

What to bring?

The walk is on terrain that is flat to rolling. We’ll be walking on a gravel road and trail. We’ll have some water bottles and snacks for you.

Walks 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

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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