The greater Springfield-Eugene area is rich with hiking adventures! How far will you go? This winter and spring, challenge yourself and your team to explore our area, log your miles, and win prizes!
Challenge runs Jan. 1-April 30. Join any time.
$10/individual. Consider joining as a team!
- Curated hiking recommendations
- A Hiking Starter Kit
- Log your hikes and help Springs travel across Oregon
- Top individuals and teams win prizes!
You can now log multiple people on one hike form! No need to submit duplicate hikes.
Special challenge: The weather outside may be frightful, but if every member of your team logs miles for the week, your team will be entered into a drawing to win a gift certificate to Track Town Pizza! Each member of your team needs to be registered and have logged miles for the week of January 25-February 1st.
Last week's winner was Jared L., who has completed over 40 miles! He has won a gift certificate to Addi's Diner.
|Teams||1/12–1/18 Miles||Total Miles|
|Individuals||1/12–1/18 Miles||Total Miles|
How to Participate
- Register for Hike Your Way. If you want to join as a team, encourage your friends to register, too! Up to five people can be on a team.
- Pick up your Hiking Starter Kit. After registering, you will receive an email with instructions for where and when to pick it up.
- Take a hike! Be sure to record your miles. If you can, take photo evidence of your hike. A picture of yourself at the trailhead works great, though we love to see any photos you have of your adventure.
- Fill in the Log Your Hike form. You can log up to seven hikes at a time. If you're on a team, make sure everyone uses the same team name in their logs. The form will be available on 1/1.
- Check the leaderboard. It will be updated every Monday!
- We'll send prizes! Once you hit certain milestones, we'll email you to let you know you've earned a prize.
Springs' Journey on the PCT
Health & Safety
- In order to adhere to current COVID guidelines, maintain physical distancing guidelines & wear a mask when passing hikers on the trail.
- Avoid touching objects, sitting on benches, or having contact with potentially contaminated surfaces.
- Wash your hands after your hike.