TCMRA needs volunteers to plan & lead club rides – contact Brandon at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help!
4/23/2022 – Banjo Ride: Ride leaves at 1000 from 1675 Marble Valley Basin Road, Addy, WA – please park in the grassy area alongside the road so that the gravel driveways are left open for spring farming operations. Route is suitable for all vehicles, but expect mud and snow and possibly ice in the upper elevations of the Huckleberry Range, as this route goes over the summit towards the Columbia River. Brandon’s the ride leader for this ride – come welcome him as our new TCMRA President!
5/21/2022 – Sheep Creek Ride & Mushroom Hunt: Suitable for all high clearance vehicles; 4WD might be needed if the snow lingers in the shady areas. We’ll leave at 1000 from Horse Camp (turn east off Pierre Lake Road at the Sand Creek/Churchill Mine road intersection and drive about a mile to the 1st 4-way intersection). All roads are gravel USFS roads or county roads (some paved). Gary Pelissier is the ride leader and expert mushroom forager – come enjoy a nice day in the forest and learn about mushroom foraging! Dispersed camping is available in the USFS lands and also alongside/near the Orient City Park; we don’t recommend pulling a travel trailer east past Horse Camp if that campsite is full due to poor road quality between Horse Camp and Kiel Springs campsite (which can be reached from the east from Sheep Creek Road by travel trailers).