Ladies Only 3 Day 2 Night Adventure
When: September 22-24
Where: Meet at Overlanders H.Q. (2535 Victor Ave. Redding CA) 8:00am
Day one: We will start by making our way up the South Side of Bully Choop Mountain to the look-out, once leaving the lookout we will continue on the trail to our planned camping destination at Coggins Park, this is a free first come first serve campground. This is a dispersed camping area with no amenities.
Day two: From Coggins Park we will continue north on County Line road following the beautiful ridgelines until we reach our next camping destination Clear Creek campground. This campground is a free United States Forest Service campground that has fire rings, picnic tables, and vault restrooms. This route provides beautiful views of the Trinity Alps, Trinity Lake, Shasta Lake, Whiskeytown Lake and Mt. Shasta.
Day Three: We will leave Clear Creek campground and make our way East on Dog Creek Road, where we will make a pit stop for swimming and fishing on the Sacramento River. After that we will air back up and jump on I-5 for the drive home.
This is a Ladies only adventure, children may attend, but no men. This so that the ladies can be surrounded by like minded individuals, ask questions, and learn new things on the trail!
You will need to bring anything and everything you will need for the duration of this trip. You will need vehicle equipment, spare parts, tools, camping gear, toiletries, and enough food/water. The total miles for the trip is right around 140 miles. We will not need to make any fuel stops during this trip. This trip is a leave no trace adventure meaning if you pack it in, you pack it out.
After purchase you will receive a link to download a KMZ file of the planned route. You can upload this into Gaia GPS or OnX Off Road to follow along on our trip. We will use this as a guide and the route may change due to weather conditions.
Pet Policy: Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash and well behaved.
Registration is per vehicle. All sales are final. No refunds. Exact route may change due to weather and or trail conditions. On the morning of the run you will need to sign a release of liability.