Palos Verdes-South Bay Sierra Club

Category: Trips


National Parks: An Intriguing Way to See the World

By Susan Rockroth Deo How many national parks have you visited? Our family keeps a list. Some of us even have national park “passports” to stamp at every U.S. park we visit. In Dudhwa we went on tiger hunts (of…

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Mammoth/Eastern Sierra Bus Trip

Aug 22-25 Sat-Tue O: Mammoth/Eastern Sierra Bus Trip. Back by popular demand! Our 4th annual Mammoth Lakes Bus Trip. Join us for 4 days of hiking in the spectacular Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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Memorial Day Yosemite Trip

CANCELLED because of Coronavirus. May 22-25 Fri-Mon O: Memorial Day in Wawona Cabin Trip.  Rideshare Fri to stay in a cabin in the Wawona area near Yosemite’s south entrance for moderately paced 8-12 mi, 1200′-3000′ gain hikes each day.

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Anza-Borrego Car Camp, Jan. 19-21

I: Spend 2 nights at campsites in the pretty and comfortable Borrego Palms Campground in Anza-Borrego state park (running water and showers). Optional early arrival Fr nite. Day hikes include a beautiful desert slot canyon hike (about 7 miles, 1000…

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There is a Reason They Call It “The Granite State”

by Bill Lavoie, Group Vice Chair, Membership and Outreach If you like boulders on your hiking trail, you just might love New Hampshire. I discovered this last July when I joined a weeklong backpack trip

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A Beginner’s Guide to Roughing It in Mammoth

  By Judy Herman, Foggy View Editor “[W]e adjourned to the Sierras…and spent several days in camp…and fished…in a bright, miniature lake…cooling ourselves during the hot August noons by sitting on snow banks ten feet deep…and at night entertaining ourselves…

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The Foggy View is looking for writers who are Black, Indigenous or other people of color to share your perceptions of environmental justice or experience of nature. Please contact wordznpix@gmail.com. We’re also in search of volunteers who can translate our articles…

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