Nienna Komorebi

  • Backpack the Caribou Wilderness Lakes Loop

    The caribou lakes loop is very laid back, making it a great start for first time backpackers and kids. Word of caution: in the summer the mosquitos are plenty, I'd recommend this loop for the fall. From the parking lot there is a visible sign poin...

    12 miles

  • Camp at Lava Lake

    Beautiful spot to set your tent up for a night or longer.About 12 spots scatter the immediate campground area, but while hiking we spotted several more dispersed throughout the towering Ponderosa Pine trees. Most of the spots circle a small lake. ...

  • Backpack the Salmo-Priest Loop

    To begin let me just say that this trail has some beautifully breathtaking moments. Also, I highly recommend spring to early summer if you enjoy wildflowers.Okay.. so ... Me, my dog Tolkien and my partner did this trail in two days. However we did...

    19 miles

  • Backpacking Bucks Wilderness Loop

    This 21 mile loop begins at Mill Creek campground, hike towards the back of the camp to the sign for Mill Creek Trail. You'll start with the most difficult part of the hike, but no worries, it only last about .2 miles...this is a strenuous ascenst...

    21 miles

  • Camp & Hike Mt. Ashland

    This campsite is free, has bathrooms and at least 10 spots to choose from. Some of the most epic sunsets I have seen in this life were from the peak of this mountain, which is a short couple miles from the camp site. The array of wild flowers in t...

  • Hike Upper Table Rock Trail

    This is an easy 2.8 out and back hike to the top of a volcano plateau, which was once a sanctuary for Takelma Natives. Over 200 species of wildflower thrive here. :)The trail is easy to follow, and moderately shaded until you reach the top.Unfortu...

    2.8 miles 720 ft gain