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Saturday October 11, 2008

Carcamp at Onion Valley for Autumn climbing.
Saturday: Climb Rixford, Gould (1s3). 15 mile RT, 5000 gain. 10 miles on trail, 5 miles cross country
Sunday: Climb Kearsarge. 5.5 miles RT, 3400 gain. 3 miles on trail, 2. 5 miles cross country.

Start: 10/11/2008 1:00 pm

We will meet at Whitney Portal at 6am on Sat. morning. We will plan to climb the mountain using the standard trail. The round trip to the top and return is about 22 miles. We should get back to our cars shortly after dark. We will have a turn around time to avoid being on the more difficult sections of the trail in the darkness. If there has been significant snow, then it is possible that we will need to carry crampons. This is unlikely. Although crowded this is a climb of great beauty.

Sunday October 12, 2008
Start: 10/10/2008 1:00 pm
End: 10/12/2008 1:00 pm

Carcamp at Onion Valley for Autumn climbing.
Saturday: Climb Rixford, Gould (1s3). 15 mile RT, 5000 gain. 10 miles on trail, 5 miles cross country
Sunday: Climb Kearsarge. 5.5 miles RT, 3400 gain. 3 miles on trail, 2. 5 miles cross country.

Tuesday October 14, 2008
Start: 10/14/2008 7:30 pm
End: 10/14/2008 9:30 pm

The GR20 is a 200km trek well known in Europe. It traverses the island of
Corsica along its North to South crest. The trail is rugged and it includes
steep climbs, easy rock climbing, bolted ladders as well as wonderful
mountain landscapes with the Mediterranean sea as a backdrop. Come and
enjoy our best pictures and memories of our 11 days on the trail.

Sunday October 19, 2008
Start: 10/19/2008 1:00 am

Sunday, October 19, 2008, Calero County Park, San Jose, CA.
Bay Area Orienteering Club (BAOC) map and compass practice.

*NOT* AN OFFICIAL SIERRA CLUB OUTING

Join John Langbein, Karen Davis, Bobbie Morrison, Dave Marancik and other STS members at Calero County Park as they participate in this BAOC event, which will have seven alternative courses, ranging from beginner through expert. The easier courses are on trails, the more advanced ones are cross-country. You can walk them at your leisure, or run them competitively. This is a terrific way to learn and/or refresh your skills.

Friday October 24, 2008
Start: 10/24/2008 1:00 am

Carcamp at Courtwright Reservoir. Arrive Friday night, return Sunday night. This is an intermediate trip. All peaks are CL1. Snow cancels.

Saturday: Climb Spanish Mt. 15 miles RT, mostly on trail. 3100 feet gain.
Sunday: Climb Three Sisters. 9 miles RT, cross country. 2000 feet gain.

Saturday October 25, 2008
Start: 10/24/2008 1:00 am
End: 10/25/2008 1:00 am

Carcamp at Courtwright Reservoir. Arrive Friday night, return Sunday night. This is an intermediate trip. All peaks are CL1. Snow cancels.

Saturday: Climb Spanish Mt. 15 miles RT, mostly on trail. 3100 feet gain.
Sunday: Climb Three Sisters. 9 miles RT, cross country. 2000 feet gain.

Saturday November 01, 2008
Start: 11/01/2008 1:00 am

Space Available

Contact http://www.bawt.org

Start: 11/01/2008 1:00 am

Carcamp at Lodgepole in Sequoia National Park. Arrive Friday night, return Sunday night. This is an intermediate trip. All peaks are CL1. Snow cancels.

Saturday: Climb Alta, 8 miles on trail, 2.5 miles cross country, 4000 gain.
Sunday: Climb Silliman, 5 miles on trail, 5 miles cross country, 4300 gain.

Sunday November 02, 2008
Start: 11/01/2008 1:00 am
End: 11/02/2008 1:00 am

Space Available

Contact http://www.bawt.org

Start: 11/01/2008 1:00 am
End: 11/02/2008 1:00 am

Carcamp at Lodgepole in Sequoia National Park. Arrive Friday night, return Sunday night. This is an intermediate trip. All peaks are CL1. Snow cancels.

Saturday: Climb Alta, 8 miles on trail, 2.5 miles cross country, 4000 gain.
Sunday: Climb Silliman, 5 miles on trail, 5 miles cross country, 4300 gain.

Monday November 03, 2008
Start: 11/03/2008 7:00 pm
End: 11/03/2008 9:00 pm

The Sierra Touring Section will hold a map and compass classroom session at its monthly meeting.

http://lomaprieta.sierraclub.org/sts/

Saturday November 08, 2008
Start: 11/08/2008 8:30 am
End: 11/08/2008 5:30 pm

The Bay Area Chapter Snow Camping Section is presenting the leadership training course needed for you, yes you, to be a Sierra Club trip leader. It is being organized by Shonna Moodie and our own Emilie Cortes. Just $25.

Where: 2194 Folsom Street, San Francisco

More details at: http://sanfranciscobay.sierraclub.org/snowcamping/leader_signup.asp

Start: 11/08/2008 1:00 pm

Sponsored by the Loma Prieta Chapter Ski Touring Section.

10:00 AM at San Gregorio State Beach. Practice using your avalanche beacon. Bring you own beacon (ok if it is a rental), ziplock bags and a shovel (for burying the victim beacons). Usually there are a few spare beacons for new people. Directions: from I-280 near Woodside, take Hwy 84 west over the mountains to Hwy 1, turn left then turn right into the San Gregorio State Beach parking lot. (Bring money to park.) Organizer: John Langbein, john_langbein@yahoo.com.

Start: 11/08/2008 1:00 pm

Hike, Bike, and Climb at Pinnacles National Monument

Come to the interesting and popular Pinnacles National Monument for a Fall trip. A group camp site has been reserved at the campground for Saturday night, November 8. This is a great area where you can hike, bike or rock climb. Plenty of good hiking and road biking. This is a private trip, no rock climbing instruction is available so be prepared to operate on your own.

Sunday November 09, 2008
Start: 11/08/2008 1:00 pm
End: 11/09/2008 1:00 pm

Hike, Bike, and Climb at Pinnacles National Monument

Come to the interesting and popular Pinnacles National Monument for a Fall trip. A group camp site has been reserved at the campground for Saturday night, November 8. This is a great area where you can hike, bike or rock climb. Plenty of good hiking and road biking. This is a private trip, no rock climbing instruction is available so be prepared to operate on your own.

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