Nesika Lodge

The fire brought many changes to Nesika. It’s brighter and hotter without the shade once provided by the huge firs, and we are seeing many new kinds of plant life, including...

We achieved a welcome milestone on the July 2018 work weekend –  the viewpoint benches have been restored and the path to the point graded and widened! Work continued on repairing...

Cleanup from the Eagle Creek fire continued at Nesika.  The lodge has water but the pressure is low.  We still have no power, but the generator has been removed for repairs. ...

May 18-20 marked the first official Nesika work weekend since the Eagle Creek fire.  Trails Club members and friends of the club cleaned debris from Redwing’s basement and cleared the site...

A small group of Trails Club members visited Nesika in April, 2018.  They cleared six trees from the road and opened up the tractor trail.  

The Forest Service has approved limited work trip access to the lodge this summer!  We must go in as a group and access will be limited to scheduled work weekends only. ...

On Dec. 2, a small group of TCO members and a team from Multnomah County Search & Rescue were able to visit the lodge with a special permit from the Forest...

The Trails Club’s insurance company has prepared a proposed settlement for the damages at Nesika.  The settlement includes: Funds to replace our tractor and trailer Replacement of misc. landscaping tools Replacement...

Glen Conrad was able to visit the lodge accompanied by our insurance adjuster and two Forest Service employees. The interior of the lodge is in good shape and doesn’t even smell...

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