The Ashland Outdoor Store

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  • Slideshow: Spring Skiing On The Siskiyou Crest

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  • May Guest Appreciation Raffle Prize: "Oregon Dreaming"

    Sweet dreaming Southern Oregonians, courtesy of your friends at the Ashland Outdoor Store! May's raffle giveaway is a brand new Marmot Plasma 15 sleeping bag. The Plasma is a premium 900 fill down sleeping bag, providing maxim warmth at minimum weight.

    Our monthly giveaways are for all guests who have joined our mailing list. Drawings are on the last day of each month. Come join our mailing list to be eligible to win!


  • May 19-21, 2017: Ashland Merchants Sidewalk Sale

    Swing by our Sidewalk Sale for great deals during the annual Ashland Merchants Sale!

    The sale extends from Downtown Ashland to A street in the Railroad District. The hours are 10am to 6pm Friday and Saturday, and from 11am to 5pm Sunday.

    We hope to see you there!


  • May 25, 2017: The Chile Experience - Seeking Adventure in the Southern Cone

    Join the Ashland Outdoor Store's Travis Toll and his wife Courtney for a visual journey off the beaten path in the Atacama Desert, backpacking the Paine Grande Circuit in Torres del Paine National Park, and learning (often comical) life lessons at the bottom of the globe.

    May 25th, 6:30 - 7:30 at The Ashland Outdoor Store

    37 3rd Street, Ashland

  • Canister Vs Liquid Fuel Stoves


  • Down Vs. Synthetic Sleeping Bags

  • May 22-26, 2017: KS Wild Hike the Wild & Scenic Rogue River

    Join ARTA & KS Wild for an unforgettable 5 day/ 4night trip along the Wild & Scenic section of the Rogue. ARTA will ferry all camping gear and food by boat, allowing you to enjoy a steady pace of about 8 miles per day with nothing more than a light daypack! Enjoy comfortable nights of riverside camping, hearty & delicious meals, thick sleeping pads, and decadent chairs. KS Wild staff will join you on the trail guiding you through the conservation history of this scenic as we explore the rich flora, & fauna of the trail.

    Spend five days hiking on the historic Rogue River Trail and help protect this special canyon.

    The Rogue was one of the first rivers in the nation to be recognized as a National Wild and Scenic River and hiking the 40 mile Rogue River National Trail is a great way to enjoy this remarkable place. Making that experience even better will be not having to carry anything on your back! ARTA raft guides will ferry all of the camping gear and food by boat, allowing you to enjoy a steady pace (8 miles per day) with a light daypack and then enjoy riverside camping with fresh, hearty meals, thick, heavy sleeping pads and glorious, decadent chairs.

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  • May 13, 2017: KS Wild Pilot Rock and Pacific Crest Trail Hike

    Join KS Wild for this beautiful hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, to the Pilot Rock Trail for a total of 5 moderate miles of out-and-back hiking.

    Situated in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, we will learn about the recent Monument expansion and enjoy the sweeping vistas. Enjoy identifying trees and wildflowers along the trail.

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  • May 4, 2017: KS Wild Running The Rogue: An Evening With Jenn Shelton

    Patagonia trail runner Jenn Shelton joins KS Wild & Rogue Valley Runners for night of Scavenger hunt and talking about trail running and conservation!

    Trail Running and Protecting the Wild Rogue River
    Show up at Rogue Valley Runners at 5:30 for a Wild Scavenger Hunt (bring your running shoes)
    The presentation will start at 6:30. There will be food and beverages for purchase.
    This is a benefit for the lower Rogue River conservation work of KS Wild and Rogue Riverkeeper.
    Who is Jenn Shelton?
    Though known as a trail ultrarunner, Jenn likes to take the sense of adventure she draws from ultrarunning and apply it to all running — from big mountains to road races. Each year she leads a handful of running trips along the lower Rogue River trail guiding folks through the amazing wild nature of this unique river canyon. As a Patagonia Ambassador, she believes in conservation and protection of public lands.
  • April 30, 2017: KS Wild Rainie Falls Trail Hike

    This moderate four mile round-trip hike takes us along the Wild and Scenic Rogue River where we may catch a glimpse of eagles, osprey, heron and river otters.

    Rainie Falls Trails is a lightly trafficked out and back trail near Grants Pass, Oregon. Following the Rogue River, it features a small waterfall and is of moderate difficulty. It is a great year-round place to experience the Rogue River, spring wildflowers, and beautiful mix-conifer forests.

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  • April 29, 2017: Southern Oregon - People's Climate March

    Co-hosted by KS Wild, Rogue Climate, Southern Oregon Climate Action Now, and the Jackson County Democrats, this historic event will be one of the largest marches to take place in our region. 

    As with the Women's March, there will be sister marches throughout the United States. Community members, organizations, and elected officials are invited to join the People’s Climate March.

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  • April 27, 2017: KS Wild Pollinator Walk at Upper Table Rock

    Join this early-season pollinator walk at Table Rocks, featuring Travis Owen to explore spring blooms and newly emerging native bees, wasps, and other pollinators.

    The Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center and Pollinator Project Rogue Valley are excited to invite you to enjoy an early-season pollinator walk. Featuring Travis Owen to explore spring blooms and newly emerging native bees, wasps, and other pollinators. We will learn about insect collection and observation skills, about pollinator life cycles and habitat needs, and some of the rare flowers endemic to the Table Rocks.

    *Please bring a bag lunch, water, and appropriate layers. Butterfly nets, small clear containers, and field guides optional. Cameras are highly encouraged!

    Ashland Carpool: meet at 9:45 at the NorthWest Nature Shop on Oak St. in Ashland

    Trailhead meet up: meet at 10:30am at the Upper Table Rock trailhead

    Travis Owen: is a professional beekeeper for Old Sol Apiaries and a self-proclaimed amateur botanist and entomologist. He is the author and photographer for the blog 'The Amateur Anthecologist' which highlights the relationships between plants and pollinators based on research, observation, and curiosity."

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