The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) protects and enhances Oregon’s fish and wildlife and their habitats for use and enjoyment by present and future generations. So what does that mean? It means they manage the state’s hunting and fishing programs, as well as state wildlife refuges. And they have a new map.
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What is the bare minimum of gear you need in order to camp by bike in the Pacific Northwest? That really depends on your comfort level, and your desired cushion of safety. This article discusses the absolute bare minimum you should consider when going camping by bike.
Remember the basics: Food (and water), Clothing, Shelter
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Does the thought of riding 50 miles fill you with dread? How can you ever ride that far?!? Actually, it’s not nearly as hard as you’d expect – if you take the time to train. Here’s a schedule to get you on track to a summer of bike camping!
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