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August, 2019

Thursday
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2019 Annual Outing
Thursday
1
Center 50+
11:30 AM
Friday
2
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2019 Annual Outing
Saturday
3
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Tallest-Youngest-Highest-Largest. These are just a few of the words that describe South Sister and some of it‘s features.Excellent climb for first year climbers looking to prove their fitness. Contact leader for more information.
Saturday
3
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2019 Annual Outing
Saturday
3
7:30 AM
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We will make our way up to the shelter.
Saturday
3
Mt. Thielsen Trailhead
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Mt. Thielsen is known as the lightning rod of the cascades with a dramatically sharp pinnacle shooting into the sky. This day climb consists of some class 3 and 4 hiking ending with a 50 foot section of class 5 climbing to the summit.
Sunday
4
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2019 Annual Outing
Sunday
4
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Also known as Promontory Park is the PGE reservoir east of Estacada. There‘s an excellent kayak launch. Also parking, a store and restrooms. A part of the reservoir is suitable for motorized boats but there is still plenty of space for a canoe/kayak section for a scenic, leisurely paddle. If there‘s time we can go to an attached small lake for a swim. Bring snacks and a meal, water, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, and an Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Program permit. Great for first-time kayakers.
Monday
5
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2019 Annual Outing
Monday
5
Taproot Lounge and Cafe
10:00 AM
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Come join the fun to help discuss and solve the world‘s problems.
Tuesday
6
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2019 Annual Outing
Wednesday
7
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2019 Annual Outing
Wednesday
7
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
8
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“Mount Olympus is the highest point of the Olympic Mountains, and as such could be considered the crown jewel of that range. The peak has major significance to mountaineers, both locally and nationally. The mountain is attempted by many summit partie
Thursday
8
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2019 Annual Outing
Thursday
8
Center 50+
11:30 AM
Friday
9
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“Mount Olympus is the highest point of the Olympic Mountains, and as such could be considered the crown jewel of that range. The peak has major significance to mountaineers, both locally and nationally. The mountain is attempted by many summit partie
Friday
9
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2019 Annual Outing
Friday
9
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
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This will be a fierce and non-fun crag climb lead by Erin Dubuc. Bulo Point is a mediocre place to climb but we‘ll go there because no one else wants to. (Shh, it‘s a secret)
Saturday
10
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
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This will be a fierce and non-fun crag climb lead by Erin Dubuc. Bulo Point is a mediocre place to climb but we‘ll go there because no one else wants to. (Shh, it‘s a secret)
Saturday
10
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“Mount Olympus is the highest point of the Olympic Mountains, and as such could be considered the crown jewel of that range. The peak has major significance to mountaineers, both locally and nationally. The mountain is attempted by many summit partie
Saturday
10
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2019 Annual Outing
Sunday
11
Sunday
11
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
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This will be a fierce and non-fun crag climb lead by Erin Dubuc. Bulo Point is a mediocre place to climb but we‘ll go there because no one else wants to. (Shh, it‘s a secret)
Sunday
11
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“Mount Olympus is the highest point of the Olympic Mountains, and as such could be considered the crown jewel of that range. The peak has major significance to mountaineers, both locally and nationally. The mountain is attempted by many summit partie
Sunday
11
Bridges Storage
6:00 PM
Monday
12
Taproot Lounge and Cafe
10:00 AM
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Come join the fun to help discuss and solve the world‘s problems.
Tuesday
13
Wednesday
14
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
15
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The Mt Logan climb is a strenuous climb of a 9000‘+ peak in the North Cascades.
Thursday
15
Center 50+
11:30 AM
Friday
16
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The Mt Logan climb is a strenuous climb of a 9000‘+ peak in the North Cascades.
Friday
16
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Longer and quieter than standard Bachelor Mtn route. Hike through old-growth forest, elk meadows and rock gardens to site of old Forest Service lookout, with magnificent views of Cascades peaks.
Saturday
17
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Table Rock Wilderness is up the Molalla River. From the summit we can see views from Rainier to Diamond Peak. Mid August should treat us to some gentian and huckleberries. Email leader at mcolemanj@gmail.com to sign up or ask questions.
Saturday
17
Central, OR
 
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This is a great mountain with some easy Oregon alpine rock climbing with great views of some of the other Oregon mountains. The climb will start by hiking north from the Green Lakes Trailhead located along the Cascade Lakes Highway west of Bend. When we arrive at the lakes we will turn easterly towards the saddle of the northwest ridge. We will follow the ridgeline to the summit block where we will put our harnesses on and set fixed lines to aid in the final ascent.
Descent will be via a the same way we came up the route back to the lakes area where the trail will be followed back to the parking lot.
Saturday
17
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The Mt Logan climb is a strenuous climb of a 9000‘+ peak in the North Cascades.
Sunday
18
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This is a great mountain to get a feel for Oregon alpine rock. The hike in starts at the Patjens Lake trailhead on the west shores of Big Lake near Hoodoo Ski area. The hike in will be along the shores of Big lake A bit after the trail leaves the shoreline we’ll cut east and link up with the PCT. From the PCT a cairn marks the climbers trail that leads to the north ridge. The north ridge is a 3rd class scramble ending at a sizable saddle where we’ll drop our packs and get ready for the technical sections. After reaching the saddle, the climb consists of three pitches of technical rock climbing to a large area on the pinnacle. From the summit we’ll be able to see most of the other Oregon mountains; 3FJ, Sisters, Jefferson and others. The descent will be rappelling back to the saddle and back down the north ridge.

Sunday
18
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The Mt Logan climb is a strenuous climb of a 9000‘+ peak in the North Cascades.
Monday
19
Taproot Lounge and Cafe
10:00 AM
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Come join the fun to help discuss and solve the world‘s problems.
Tuesday
20
LifeSource Community Conference Room
6:30 PM
Wednesday
21
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
22
The Fingered Jack Viewpoint
 
Thursday
22
Center 50+
11:30 AM
Saturday
24
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot. Contact leader for time.
 
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Short and sweet hike through the woods.
Saturday
24
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Saturday
24
Sunday
25
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Sunday
25
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A shady, wooded hike to two lovely falls offers a chance to escape the heat and possibly smoke of the late summer, as well as a chance to splash in the refreshing Alsea River.
Sunday
25
7:30 AM
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Easy first section past Lake Ann to Marion Lake, with short side trip to see Marion Falls, then steady steep grade through old burn to the peak, with beautiful views of Mt. Jefferson and Three-Fingered Jack. Likely stop for swimming on return leg. NEW DATE
Monday
26
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Monday
26
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Community and beach
Monday
26
Taproot Lounge and Cafe
10:00 AM
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Come join the fun to help discuss and solve the world‘s problems.
Tuesday
27
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Wednesday
28
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Wednesday
28
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
29
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Thursday
29
Center 50+
11:30 AM
Friday
30
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot
 
Saturday
31
Call leader for time and location. Limited to a total of 8 hikers.
 
Saturday
31
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North Cascades climb
Saturday
31
State Motor Pool Park and Ride Lot