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See the snows of Kilimanjaro before they're gone and reach the highest point in Africa on this nontechnical climb. Our journey will take us from lush grasslands to cloud forest, moorland, and, finally, the tundra zone. Eight days on the remote Lemosho Route will ensure maximum acclimatization and the highest chance of success. Afterward, we'll celebrate our accomplishment on a five-day safari featuring big game animals, showy birds, and mischievous baboons. Excellent condition is required for this strenuous trek.
St. John is one of the most unspoiled of the Virgin Islands, and on this trip we'll explore parts of the island that few tourists see. Glorious mornings will be spent working on service projects; afternoons and one full day will be free for hiking, snorkeling, or simply relaxing. This trip will be based in secluded cabins on Great Lameshur Bay and will include a half-day boat trip.
Tour the wild island of Tasmania, home to a vast array of endemic wildlife and a near-pristine World Heritage wilderness. We'll explore scenic beaches, high mountains, temperate rainforests, and rugged, rocky coastlines. We will also meet an Aboriginal elder, cruise on the Pieman River, and check out the unique animals of the Australian continent. A chartered minibus, local guides, healthful food, and Australian humor will round out this spectacular trip.
Join us in the first national park in the United States! We'll cross-country ski among elk, bighorn sheep, bison, and wolves and enjoy mountain peaks covered in deep powder. Yellowstone Falls, Old Faithful, and a variety of geothermal features are among the exciting locations we'll visit during the day. Each evening, we'll retire to cozy lodges, hot tubs, gourmet meals, and educational talks by field experts. Dinners not included.
It's time for clean energy. RSVP to the second annual "Own your Power Forum" on February 11
#Hikethe100 37th annual winter bus trip to Yosemite National Park. Leave early Fri. AM for 3 night stay in beautiful Yosemite. Both skiers & non-skiers welcome. The leaders will lead hikes both days for those that might be interested. There are many options to do & explore in Yosemite.
#Hikethe100 I: President’s Day Weekend in Yosemite at Wawona: Rideshare Fri to stay in a cabin in the Wawona area near Yosemite’s south entrance. Join leaders for low intermediate xcntry ski and snowshoe each day at Badger Pass and other areas. On your own you can downhill or track ski, ice skate or simply explore Yosemite Valley in the winter. Cost includes 3 nights lodging in modern cabin with all amenities. Bedroom arrangements vary from private queen beds for couples to rooms with multiple bunk beds for singles. All single’s bedrooms will be same gender. Shared bathrooms and kitchen. 3 continental breakfasts, 3 lunch fixings, Saturday and Sunday group dinner. Send $235 (made out to Wilderness Adventures - $40 cancel penalty, no refund of balance after Jan 10 unless trip is full and suitable replacement found), 2 sase (or 1 sase and email), H&W phones, recent ski experience (if joining Xctry skiing) to Ldr: Keith Martin at 530 South Lake Ave. #708, Pasadena CA 91101 Asst: Beth Powis Martin, Snow Shoe Leaders: Sharon Moore and Jim Hagar.
Badger Pass is a fantastic place for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. In early November there was already snow at Badger Pass. With the predicted El Nino there could be excellent conditions. I have seen over 6 feet of snow at Badger over President's Weekend during El Nino years. If this is the case, then I expect that the cabin we have reserved will be filled early. So sign up early and tell your friends to sign up early. And we shall all do a snow dance!
#Hikethe100 Please proceed to www.sc2030.org for more information and to register for this event.
Join us for the annual Cross Country Ski trip to the UP of Michigan. Stay in fully equipped cabins in the scenic north woods lake country. We will ski 3 different trail systems with excellent grooming for classical skiing. Instruction will not be provided on this trip. Trip fee of $145 includes three nights lodging and two group dinners. Trail/donation fees and Sierra Club fee not included. Contact trip leader for more information and/or to sign up.
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