How ONDA Blazed a Trail in the Oregonian Desert



Renee Patrick, prolific thru-hiker and adventure blogger, works with the Oregon Natural Desert Association to craft a brand-new, 750-mile route in the Oregonian high desert.

She tells us her outdoor story, which began in the woods of Wisconsin, took her to Africa with the Peace Corps, and led her to the AT (Appalachian Trail), PCT (Pacific Crest Trail) and the CDT (Continental Divide Trail).

If you want more info about ONDA (Oregon Natural Desert Association), check out their website.

Also mentioned in the episode:

There are Mountains to Climb by Jean Deeds.

Renee’s Blog.