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Tin Mountain, Ubehebe Peak, Avawatz Mountains
Most of them rolled out of sleeping bags at 5:00 a.m. the next morning to prepare for the drive to the race track, and the climb of Ubehebe Peak. ...
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Ski Mountaineers Slide Show Icon View
Angeles Chapter, Sierra Club -- Ski Mountaineers Slide Show -- Icon View. Click on an icon to view larger version. A new window will open. ...
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Wilderness Travel Course Home Page
Know how to be safe and comfortable in the backcountry. Learn to feel at home with rock scrambling, wilderness navigation, and snow travel. ...
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Leadership Training Committee (LTC) Schedule of Activities ...
UCLA CPR / Standard First Aid (NOT Sierra Club-sponsored) ($) .... For more Leadership Training Committee (LTC) information see page 18 of the Angeles ...
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Little Hikers
After hike, walk over the bridge for a free train ride courtesy OC Model Engineers. Newcomers, supervised childen welcome. Meet 9:30 at Fairview Park, ...
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GLS - Southern California Gay Hiking, Camping, Backpacking ...
Angeles Forest Map Backpacking in the Angeles Forest 23-25 May 2009. Majestic Sequioas Sequoia National Park 12-15 June 2009. Dogtooth Peak ...
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Ben Nevis (Scotland)
Ben Nevis (Scotland). In High Places. By: Burton A. Falk ... when planning a climb of Ben Nevis, the United Kingdom's highest peak, are 1.) weather, 2. ...
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Kaiser Peak
Two igloos had to have their roofs covered with a tarp. One igloo was slightly too small for its 6 foot inhabitant and needed subsequent remodeling, ...
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A Weekend Backpacking Trip Above the Tram
Our plight was made even easier when Sandy and Keith Burnside decided to join us for the first set of peaks and leave their extra water with us. ...
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Mount Victoria
"Tomorrow, I'll rent the resort's 4x4 Rava, get up early, and make the climb. What could be easier?" And then, of course, I had second thoughts. "Hold on. ...
 
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