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Dec 1, 2018
Geocaching & Short Hike (Updated Location)
15655 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, OR 97006

We're going to try something a little bit different and new. Our group is very interested in a hike and our co-organizer suggested a fun activity Geocaching. How about trying both? We're updating the location to Tualatin Hills Nature Park/Center.

It's forecasted to rain, but we'll try anyway; it is Oregon. You can choose to hike, Geocache, or both. We'll spend about an hour together and you can choose to spend more time on your own.

If you're interested in Geocaching you can download the app. It's free and all you need to do is register before we go.

We'll gather everyone at Nature Center at 1pm and have some intros and then start our hike and Geocache at 1:10. Thank you for being prompt!

Jun 7, 2014
Hike for Portland
Lower Macleay Park Trailhead

Sometimes hackers gotta hike. Come brave the outside world and talk about open trail data with Code for Portland this Saturday!


We're going on a hike! We'll be taking the Lower Macleay and Wildwood Trails through parts of Forest Park. It's a beautiful but easy route, with a few different stopping points. Feel free to come just to stretch your legs for a bit, or to hike all the way to the Hoyt Arboretum.

We will be testing two different apps built during Code for Portland's recent Civic Hackathon. The first app (built for iOS) helps people find just the right trail based on their needs and interests. The second app helps hikers and trail managers photograph trailheads and document amenities available on site.

When & Where

At 10am, we will be meeting at the Macleay Park Entrance, located at the cul-de-sac dead end of NW Upshur St. The trailhead is an easy walk from the NS streetcar line.

More info about the location and trail can be found here:

We will get going pretty promptly from there. The hike will last any where from 45 minutes to a couple of hours, depending on where you want to stop.


Anybody! Feel free to bring your friends and family. We will have tech folks, outdoorsy folks and representatives from the public land agencies in the group.


Hackathons are great for building prototypes and building community -- but they are just the beginning. This hike is a way to continue the relationships we began at National Day of Civic Hacking, and to test the software that was developed. It's also going to be fun!

Aug 22, 2014
Research Club Summer Camp at Silver Falls State Park
Silver Falls State Park

It’s happening again!

Join us for three days of activities, hiking, workshops, storytelling, brunch, and misbehavior. We’ll have a gourmet dinner on Sunday night, and activities throughout the week.

At night we’ll gather round the big fire pit and tell stories RC style — nerdy and enthusiastic. Field trips and movie nights TBA!

Got a talent to share or a group activity you’d like to run? Get in touch! [email protected]