Wooded trails and roads through the forest.......
We moved our ride to June so riders can enjoy a 'Bee Free' experience and better riding weather as well. Our trails are mostly single track trails connecting old logging roads. Hoof protection is recommended as there is some rock. Minimal elevation change. There are water crossings. We have NEW TRAIL, NO REPEAT OF ANY LOOPS!
Ride camp is at Lily Glen Horse Camp. Your entry to the ride covers the cost of camping in Group A and B. There are some horse corrals available. There is plenty of camping along the meadow and there are trees along the perimeter for shade. This is a beautiful campsite! Your pass also includes free parking at the nearby Howard Prairie Lake Campground which hosts fishing, a general store, restaurant and free hot showers ~ so fun for the non endurance folks on your team.
All AERC & PNER Rules Apply. Please bring AERC Card.
Non-AERC members add $15 to ride fee.
Friday's 25 miler starts at noon, meeting at 10 am. Vet's will be there Friday morning.
Saturday's TR, 35, 55, 75 milers, Vet in after the 25's are out on Friday, they leave at noon. Your ride meeting will be at 7:30 pm Friday evening
We must have 6 entries for the 75 miler ride to begin
Vets: DVM Bill Ferguson & DVM Cassee Terry
One Hundred Rider Limit, to Register Contact; Diana Aldridge: email@example.com
Questions: Joy Trevey-Lowell 541-951-3008 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Trail Boss: Terry Canavello 541-787-7055
Put these numbers in your phone before you ride out! Should you need us, we know the trail!
Our ride benefits horse rescue efforts in our community ~ come ride and support us, or come volunteer. This is one of the most beautiful ride camps in the NW, and the friendliest rides in the region!
We were also awarded a grant from PNER to improve the soil bedding in the horse corrals at this camp so please check out what your PNER Trail Committee money goes to! These collaborations are important!
For Google Maps purposes. You may lose satellite service while driving in the Umpqua mountains. We recommend you print out Directions before you leave!
Directions are also located on the Ride Flier!
Lily Glen Horse Camp
18233 Dead Indian Memorial Road, Ashland, Oregon 97520
From Central Oregon: Take Hwy 97 south, turn right onto Hwy 138, turn left onto Hwy 62, (Medford), take Hwy 140 to FS Rd. 37, (approx 27 plus miles), turn right onto F.S. Rd. 37 follow it to Dead Indian Memorial Rd. turn right toward Ashland, follow signs to camp, look for camp on the left.
From Klamath Falls: Take Hwy 66 to Clover Creek Rd. (before Keno) turn right and proceed to Dead Indian Memorial Rd. Turn left and continue to Lily glen on your left.
From I-5 Medford: Exit I-5 at Hwy 62, drive east to Hwy 140, turn right and follow to FS Rd 37.