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  • Lazy River Hike

    Leader: 
    Rachel Cowan
    Telephone: 
    15055005323
    Date: 
    Sat, 2018-09-22
    Leader Email: 
    rachelcowan@hotmail.com
    Difficulty: 
    Easy
    Technicality: 
    Beginner
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

    How about a Lazy River Hike for a Lazy Saturday Morning? We will go down Hidden Valley from the Valle Grande, following the upper East Fork of the Jemez River. Beautiful meandering high country stream with lush riparian areas, complete with elk wallows. About 3.5 mi roundtrip with some cross-county and wee hill or two to get the the stream. Bring your wading shoes or poles for several stream crossings. Meet at Sullivan Field at 9:00 a.m. Please contact the trip leader if planning to go.

  • Fall Equinox Hike and Potluck

    Leader: 
    Jean Dewart
    Telephone: 
    5056629592
    Date: 
    Sun, 2018-09-23
    Leader Email: 
    jdewart@q.com
    Difficulty: 
    Easy
    Technicality: 
    Beginner
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Allowed

    This hike is a joint LAM/PEEC hike; registration is at the PEEC website (see below).

    Let's celebrate the Fall Equinox with a potluck social dinner and a night hike on Sunday, September 23.

  • Ullr Fest by Foot - September 29

    Leader: 
    Evan Rose
    Telephone: 
    505-695-8945
    Date: 
    Sat, 2018-09-29
    Leader Email: 
    evan_rose@msn.com
    Difficulty: 
    Moderate
    Technicality: 
    Beginner
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

    Would you like to hike to Ullr Fest this year?  Hike with Evan from Sullivan Field to the Pajarito Mountain ski area on September 29, starting at 8:00 a.m.

    The 10-mile trek offers beautiful views of Los Alamos and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, the option to enjoy Ullr Fest after the hike, and a ride back to your vehicle via Atomic City Transit.

  • Fool’s Canyon, Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument, October 6-14, 2018

    Leader: 
    Bill Priedhorsky
    Telephone: 
    please email
    Date: 
    Sat, 2018-10-06
    Leader Email: 
    bill@priedhorsky.net
    Difficulty: 
    Moderate
    Technicality: 
    Intermediate
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

     

    Wanted: 7 companions to accompany me as I continue my lifelong exploration of the Canyon Country, and especially the slickrock-rich Escalante country. We will head to a destination that we have never yet visited: Fool’s Canyon, deep in the wilderness beyond Scorpion Gulch, our October 2012 destination.

  • Beginner Backpack

    Leader: 
    Jean Dewart
    Telephone: 
    5056629592
    Date: 
    Sat, 2018-10-06
    Leader Email: 
    jdewart@q.com
    Difficulty: 
    Easy
    Technicality: 
    Beginner
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Allowed

    LAM and PEEC are offering a beginner backpack trip on Saturday October 6 - Sunday October 7th.   This is an opportunity to get acquainted with packs, tents, stoves, and then go on an easy backpack.  

    Sign up for this activity is thru the PEEC website:  https://peecnature.org/events/details/?id=25484    Please sign up by Sept 24th.

  • Comb Ridge/Cedar Mesa/White Canyon hiking Oct. 24-28

    Leader: 
    Bill Priedhorsky
    Telephone: 
    please email
    Date: 
    Wed, 2018-10-24
    Leader Email: 
    bill@priedhorsky.net
    Difficulty: 
    Moderate
    Technicality: 
    Intermediate
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

    In a revival of an old tradition, I'd like spend a hiking weekend based in Bluff, Utah, which is the closest corner of the canyon country, just 5 1/2 hours drive from Los Alamos. Going in late October, we should have fine, cool weather, perfect for exploring the slick rock and ruins in the vicinity of Bluff, farther afield in the canyons that carve into Comb Ridge, in the canyons that drain Cedar Mesa, and in White Canyon and its tributaries. We spend many winter long weekends in the vicinity, but haven't been back since 2009.

  • Fall Color Bike Ride to the Gilman Tunnels

    Leader: 
    Ross Lemons
    Telephone: 
    5056721586
    Date: 
    Sat, 2018-11-03
    Leader Email: 
    lemonsra@gmail.com
    Difficulty: 
    Moderate
    Technicality: 
    Intermediate
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

    This trip is a bicycle ride on paved roads from Jemez Springs to the Gilman Tunnels and back. The trip is in conjunction with the Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC), and is free for Los Alamos Mountaineers Members and PEEC Members, but PEEC charges a small fee for non-members. 

  • Moab bike/hike Nov. 7-12

    Leader: 
    Bill Priedhorsky
    Telephone: 
    (505) 412 0376
    Date: 
    Wed, 2018-11-07
    Leader Email: 
    bill@priedhorsky.net
    Difficulty: 
    Moderate
    Technicality: 
    Intermediate
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

    I would like to announce the tenth edition of our very successful trips to Moab. We have been going most Novembers since 2008, and every time has been a great success. The 2014 trip report can be found at http://lamountaineers.org/node/479#comment-57.

  • lower Grand Canyon commercial paddle raft trip May 2019 (respond by Jan 31)

    Leader: 
    Bill Priedhorsky
    Telephone: 
    505 412 0376
    Date: 
    Mon, 2019-05-20
    Leader Email: 
    bill@priedhorsky.net
    Difficulty: 
    Strenuous
    Technicality: 
    Intermediate
    Are dogs allowed?: 
    Not allowed

    Dear Mountaineers,

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