Ever wonder how Upper Klamath Lake formed? Or what carved the Link River Canyon?
Join Todd Kepple from the Klamath County Museum and KLLT on a walk through history at Conger Heights. This outing will feature a discussion about the human and natural history of the Link River Canyon, including the formation of Upper Klamath Lake, influences on the watershed, Native American habitation, explorers and settlement by European-Americans, and more recent events that have affected the site.
This will be a great opportunity to get a visual and historic overview of the Link River Canyon prior to the Link River Festival, May 30.
The group will meet at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service parking lot, 1936 California Ave, May 17 at 2 p.m.
Be sure to bring water, snacks, and comfortable shoes and clothing as this hike will be a moderate one.