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Friday May 25, 2012
Start: 05/25/2012 8:00 am

We’ll start low at the end of the Oak Creek Road (6000) and hike the Baxter Pass trail from desert up into spring slush. The snow will be firmed up by the time we reach our camp at Summit Meadow (10800). We’ll ascend the southeast face of Diamond Peak (13127), which RJ Secor calls “a splendid snow climb in the spring”. Participants are skilled with ice axe for self-arrest and use of crampons on a mid-angle slope. Some members of the party will choose skis; others snowshoes.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com

Saturday May 26, 2012

We’ll start low at the end of the Oak Creek Road (6000) and hike the Baxter Pass trail from desert up into spring slush. The snow will be firmed up by the time we reach our camp at Summit Meadow (10800). We’ll ascend the southeast face of Diamond Peak (13127), which RJ Secor calls “a splendid snow climb in the spring”. Participants are skilled with ice axe for self-arrest and use of crampons on a mid-angle slope. Some members of the party will choose skis; others snowshoes.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com

Sunday May 27, 2012

We’ll start low at the end of the Oak Creek Road (6000) and hike the Baxter Pass trail from desert up into spring slush. The snow will be firmed up by the time we reach our camp at Summit Meadow (10800). We’ll ascend the southeast face of Diamond Peak (13127), which RJ Secor calls “a splendid snow climb in the spring”. Participants are skilled with ice axe for self-arrest and use of crampons on a mid-angle slope. Some members of the party will choose skis; others snowshoes.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com

Monday May 28, 2012
Start: 05/25/2012 8:00 am
End: 05/28/2012 6:00 pm

We’ll start low at the end of the Oak Creek Road (6000) and hike the Baxter Pass trail from desert up into spring slush. The snow will be firmed up by the time we reach our camp at Summit Meadow (10800). We’ll ascend the southeast face of Diamond Peak (13127), which RJ Secor calls “a splendid snow climb in the spring”. Participants are skilled with ice axe for self-arrest and use of crampons on a mid-angle slope. Some members of the party will choose skis; others snowshoes.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com

Tuesday June 12, 2012
Start: 06/12/2012 7:30 pm
End: 06/12/2012 9:30 pm

Sassan Hazeghi will share some of his fantastic photos from the California Sierra and the Swiss Alps.

Saturday June 16, 2012
Start: 06/16/2012 8:00 am

We'll hike up Rafferty Creek from the Dog Lake trailhead on Saturday to our camp near Vogelsang Lake. On Sunday we'll climb the class 2 route, and plan to summit our peak by noon. Following our successful climb, we'll return to camp, pack up and head out by late afternoon. Permit for 6. Leader Joe Baker.

Contact co-leader, Judy Molland, judy@judymolland.com, for more information.

Sunday June 17, 2012
Start: 06/16/2012 8:00 am
End: 06/17/2012 6:00 pm

We'll hike up Rafferty Creek from the Dog Lake trailhead on Saturday to our camp near Vogelsang Lake. On Sunday we'll climb the class 2 route, and plan to summit our peak by noon. Following our successful climb, we'll return to camp, pack up and head out by late afternoon. Permit for 6. Leader Joe Baker.

Contact co-leader, Judy Molland, judy@judymolland.com, for more information.

Friday June 22, 2012
Start: 06/22/2012 8:00 am

"Kaiser Loop Trail" - 15 mile loop trail from Deer Creek Trailhead to Billy Creek.
This is a strenuous trail that combines a climb to an outstanding panoramic view of the high Sierra from the summit, an opportunity to climb Kaiser peak, and a lovely hike through the forest and meadows of the lower portion of the Kaiser Wilderness.
Leader Tim Hult. Permit is for 4, please contact timdhultatsbcglobaldotnet

Saturday June 23, 2012

"Kaiser Loop Trail" - 15 mile loop trail from Deer Creek Trailhead to Billy Creek.
This is a strenuous trail that combines a climb to an outstanding panoramic view of the high Sierra from the summit, an opportunity to climb Kaiser peak, and a lovely hike through the forest and meadows of the lower portion of the Kaiser Wilderness.
Leader Tim Hult. Permit is for 4, please contact timdhultatsbcglobaldotnet

Start: 06/23/2012 8:00 am

We'll hike the short trail from Onion Valley to a camp near Golden Trout Lake on Saturday. Sunday we'll climb the class 3 south ridge of Dragon Peak from Gould Pass and then traverse south to climb the class 2 north side of Mt Gould, returning to camp to pack up and hike out.

Leader: Terry Cline, terry_cline@yahoo.com

Sunday June 24, 2012
Start: 06/22/2012 8:00 am
End: 06/24/2012 8:00 pm

"Kaiser Loop Trail" - 15 mile loop trail from Deer Creek Trailhead to Billy Creek.
This is a strenuous trail that combines a climb to an outstanding panoramic view of the high Sierra from the summit, an opportunity to climb Kaiser peak, and a lovely hike through the forest and meadows of the lower portion of the Kaiser Wilderness.
Leader Tim Hult. Permit is for 4, please contact timdhultatsbcglobaldotnet

Start: 06/23/2012 8:00 am
End: 06/24/2012 6:00 pm

We'll hike the short trail from Onion Valley to a camp near Golden Trout Lake on Saturday. Sunday we'll climb the class 3 south ridge of Dragon Peak from Gould Pass and then traverse south to climb the class 2 north side of Mt Gould, returning to camp to pack up and hike out.

Leader: Terry Cline, terry_cline@yahoo.com

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