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Saturday October 08, 2011
Sunday October 09, 2011
Monday October 10, 2011
Tuesday October 11, 2011
Start: 10/11/2011 7:30 pm
End: 10/11/2011 9:30 pm

In September 2010, a group of climbers from the Alpine Club of Iran visited Wyoming to climb in the Tetons with members of the American Alpine Club. This past June the second half of the climbers' exchange was completed when a group of Americans journeyed to Iran to explore its mountains and experience Iranian culture and hospitality.

Wednesday October 12, 2011
Start: 10/12/2011 7:00 pm

The time has come to meet and plan our trips for the next 6 months. It is
hard to believe that summer is gone and winter, with all its spectacular
beauty, is soon to arrive. We need snowshoe and ski trips as well as local
peak-bagging trips.

Bring your calendar and your appetite.

We will have pizza, salad and wine. Please bring a dish to share or a $5-10
(depending upon your consumption) contribution to the kitty.

This meeting is targeted at trip leaders, but others are welcome to come and
request trips you want to do! If you cannot attend, send email to

Thursday October 13, 2011
Friday October 14, 2011
Saturday October 15, 2011
Sunday October 16, 2011
Monday October 17, 2011
Tuesday October 18, 2011
Wednesday October 19, 2011
Thursday October 20, 2011
Friday October 21, 2011
Saturday October 22, 2011
Start: 10/22/2011 7:00 am

Lake Thomas Edison to Rock Creek. 22.5 miles. 6,000ft + or- gain on Saturday going west to east, or 3,600ft + or - gain going east to west on Sunday. We will be going over Mono Pass at 11,000ft. going either direction. There will be 2 groups. One on Saturday Oct. 22 going from Lake Thomas Edison to Rock Creek trail head(west to east). They will be picked up at the Rock Creek trail head by the group that will be traveling east to west the next day, Sunday Oct. 23. Everyone will camp together Saturday night.

Sunday October 23, 2011
Start: 10/22/2011 7:00 am
End: 10/23/2011 6:00 pm

Lake Thomas Edison to Rock Creek. 22.5 miles. 6,000ft + or- gain on Saturday going west to east, or 3,600ft + or - gain going east to west on Sunday. We will be going over Mono Pass at 11,000ft. going either direction. There will be 2 groups. One on Saturday Oct. 22 going from Lake Thomas Edison to Rock Creek trail head(west to east). They will be picked up at the Rock Creek trail head by the group that will be traveling east to west the next day, Sunday Oct. 23. Everyone will camp together Saturday night.

Monday October 24, 2011
Tuesday October 25, 2011
Wednesday October 26, 2011
Thursday October 27, 2011
Friday October 28, 2011
Start: 10/28/2011 7:00 am

Map: Marble Mtn 7.5 min., Boulder Peak 7.5 min.
Leader:Kelly Maas, 408-378-5311, kellymbase-pcs@yahoo.com
Co-Leader:wanted, no experience required

These peaks may not be very high or difficult, but I've always wanted to explore
this far-off wilderness with its namesake marble mountains. For those not
familiar, this area is west of Mt Shasta. In addition to the white peaks, we'll
also climb the highest peak in the wilderness - Boulder Peak (which is a
different type of rock). There are several miles of hiking on trails between

Saturday October 29, 2011

Map: Marble Mtn 7.5 min., Boulder Peak 7.5 min.
Leader:Kelly Maas, 408-378-5311, kellymbase-pcs@yahoo.com
Co-Leader:wanted, no experience required

These peaks may not be very high or difficult, but I've always wanted to explore
this far-off wilderness with its namesake marble mountains. For those not
familiar, this area is west of Mt Shasta. In addition to the white peaks, we'll
also climb the highest peak in the wilderness - Boulder Peak (which is a
different type of rock). There are several miles of hiking on trails between

Sunday October 30, 2011
Start: 10/28/2011 7:00 am
End: 10/30/2011 6:00 pm

Map: Marble Mtn 7.5 min., Boulder Peak 7.5 min.
Leader:Kelly Maas, 408-378-5311, kellymbase-pcs@yahoo.com
Co-Leader:wanted, no experience required

These peaks may not be very high or difficult, but I've always wanted to explore
this far-off wilderness with its namesake marble mountains. For those not
familiar, this area is west of Mt Shasta. In addition to the white peaks, we'll
also climb the highest peak in the wilderness - Boulder Peak (which is a
different type of rock). There are several miles of hiking on trails between

Monday October 31, 2011
Tuesday November 01, 2011
Wednesday November 02, 2011
Thursday November 03, 2011
Friday November 04, 2011
Saturday November 05, 2011
Sunday November 06, 2011

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