Category: Devil’s Staircase

Host a Devil’s Staircase Presentation

April 22, 2009 — If you live in Oregon, be a contact person or host for a slideshow or PowerPoint presentation on the Devil’s Staircase. Help in letting more people know that this one of a kind wildMore

Smithsonian Magazine Visits Wassen Creek

April 2, 2009 — Smithsonian Magazine reports on a visit intrepid tall tree climbers made to Wassen Creek. They ascended some of the tallest trees in the proposed Devil’s Staircase Wilderness. Read it here.

Upcoming hikes to Devil’s Staircase Wilderness

December 28, 2008 — The Cascadia Wildlands Project will be leading more hikes into the enchanted forests of the proposed Devil’s Staircase wilderness starting in February. Note that the April 4th hike will be to the actual Devil’sMore

Information on the Devil’s Staircase

November 25, 2008 — By Dave and Dee Tvedt Thanks to everyone who supports protection for this one of a kind remnant wild area in the Oregon Coast Range. Almost all of the coast range has been logged. I’veMore

Wassen Lake access

November 22, 2008 — Last September, I found the access to Wassen Lake an easy stroll downhill from the logging road to the east. The lake is full of stumps and downed logs, not really suitable for aMore

Letter to Editor Published

November 20, 2008 — The following fine letter appeared in the 11/20/08 edition of the Eugene Register-Guard. Devil’s Staircase is Stunning Last weekend, I made my first trek into the proposed Devil’s Staircase Wilderness (Wassen Creek). What aMore

Kentucky Falls

November 4, 2008 — If you find getting to Devils Staircase a bit overwhelming (eight round-trip bushwhacking miles over the steepest terrain in Oregon), visit nearby Kentucky Falls instead. There’s a trail and it’s only “moderately” difficult. TheMore

Legendary remote forest needs help

October 31, 2008 — The following op/ed, written by FSEEE director Andy Stahl, appeared in The Register-Guard on Nov. 12, 2007. Deep in the Coast Range, nestled between the Smith and Umpqua rivers east of Reedsport, is Oregon’sMore