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Bandelier Hike to backcountry ruin

Leader: 
Jean Dewart
Telephone: 
505-662-9592
Date: 
Sat, 2016-10-08
Leader Email: 
jdewart@q.com
Difficulty: 
Moderate
Technicality: 
Intermediate
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

Are you home over the Columbus Day weekend, and looking for a hike?  Let's do a hike in the Bandelier back country, to see a remote ruin.

The hike is about 15 miles round trip, from the Bandelier Visitor's Center.  

Bring 2 quarts of water, lunch, sunscreen, and rain gear - there is a chance of thundershowers in the forecast.

Meet at Sullivan Field at 7 am to carpool.

If you'd like to come, please email Jean, at jdewart@q.com, so we will know who is coming.

Escalante, Utah area day hiking, October 8-16, 2016

Leader: 
Bill Priedhorsky
Telephone: 
505 412 0376
Date: 
Sat, 2016-10-08
Leader Email: 
bill@priedhorsky.net
Difficulty: 
Moderate
Technicality: 
Intermediate
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

I previously announced a Canyon Country trip for these dates, and am happy to now provide details. We have taken dozens of backpacking and pack trips to the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument area over the decades. All of the time, we have been driving past a number of interesting day hikes as we head deeper into the wilderness.

Improve your mountain biking skills

Leader: 
Annette Weyrauch and Mari Jorgensen
Telephone: 
505-662-3585
Date: 
Sat, 2016-10-01
Leader Email: 
aweyrauch18@gmail.com
Difficulty: 
Easy
Technicality: 
Beginner
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

get more comfortable and efficient riding uphill, downhill, lean your bicycle into turns to keep momentum going, use your brake less because speed is your friend in mountain biking: learn how to get over small rocks. 

Bring your bicycle, helmet, gloves, water and snacks

Meeting Place: Los Alamos horse stable arena at 10 am (at the east end of the horse stables on North Mesa), will be out at least until noon

Improve your mountain biking skills

Leader: 
Annette Weyrauch and Mari Jorgensen
Telephone: 
505-662-3585
Date: 
Sat, 2016-10-01
Leader Email: 
aweyrauch18@gmail.com
Difficulty: 
Easy
Technicality: 
Beginner
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

get more comfortable and efficient riding uphill, downhill, lean your bicycle into turns to keep momentum going, use your brake less because speed is your friend in mountain biking: learn how to get over small rocks. 

Bring your bicycle, helmet, gloves, water and snacks

Meeting Place: Los Alamos horse stable arena at 10 am (at the east end of the horse stables on North Mesa), will be out at least until noon

Canyoneering in Zion National Park

Leader: 
Daniel Creveling
Telephone: 
858-705-0897
Date: 
Thu, 2016-09-29
Leader Email: 
dancrev@gmail.com
Difficulty: 
Moderate
Technicality: 
Intermediate
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

Canyoneering in Zion National Park
(A 2016 trip of the Los Alamos Mountaineers)

Pre-Trip Training: TBD (Two days)
Trip to Zion National Park: September 29th - October 4th
Trip Leader: Daniel Creveling
 

Kachina Pk - Wheeler Pk traverse

Leader: 
Don Krier and Kelly Gallagher
Telephone: 
505-412-9081
Date: 
Sun, 2016-09-18
Leader Email: 
donathon@cybermesa.com
Difficulty: 
Strenuous
Technicality: 
Intermediate
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

This is an all-day trip that begins/ends at Taos Ski Valley (TSV) and covers ~9 miles and ~5,100 feet of elevation.  We can drive to and park near the Phoenix Grill at TSV.  The plan is to hike up the Chair 4 route and the higher Kachina Chair route to Kachina Peak (12,481 ft), then hike CCW over Lake Fork Peak (12,881'), then along the cirque ridgeline over unnamed peaks 12,807' and 12,728' to Wheeler Peak (13,761'), and finally down to Williams Lake and back to the cars.  This traverse is mostly Class 2 with several Class 3 portions with exposure that should not be taken lightly.

Hiking from a Remote Camp in the Chama River Wilderness

Leader: 
Bill Priedhorsky
Telephone: 
505 412 0376
Date: 
Thu, 2016-09-15
Leader Email: 
bill@priedhorsky.net
Difficulty: 
Moderate
Technicality: 
Intermediate
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

Though I've been knocking around northern New Mexico for a long time, I've discovered a new place to explore, and I am excited to give it a go. I would like to reserve a cabin and surrounding camping area at the Gallina Canyon Ranch.    I know of no place that is this remote and just 2 - 2 1/2 hours from Los Alamos.

St. Peter's Dome Fire Lookout Hike

Leader: 
Jean Dewart
Telephone: 
505-662-9592
Date: 
Sun, 2016-09-11
Leader Email: 
jdewart@q.com
Difficulty: 
Moderate
Technicality: 
Beginner
Are dogs allowed?: 
Allowed

Let's hike to the St. Peter's Dome fire lookout, on the southern end of Bandelier National Monument - there should be some very good views of Bandelier.

The hike will start at the intersection of FS Road 289 (Dome Road) and FS Road 142.  We will follow Road 142 for 4.5 miles to the lookout.  It is a 4wd road that Mother Nature is reclaiming.  Little elevation change.

Because this hike is on FS property (not Bandelier and not the Dome Wilderness), it is be possible to mountain bike this trip and it is possible to bring a dog (using leash or other positive control).

Hiking, Fishing, and Exploring from a Remote Colorado Ranch Sept. 1-5

Leader: 
Bill Priedhorsky
Telephone: 
505 412 0376
Date: 
Thu, 2016-09-01
Leader Email: 
bill@priedhorsky.net
Difficulty: 
Moderate
Technicality: 
Intermediate
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

Continuing with my theme of "not-a-hut" trips, I've reserved two cabins with a total of 6 bedrooms and a loft at an off-the-grid Colorado ranch near Slumgullion Pass, between Creede and Lake City. From there we can hike, look for peaks to climb, fish, and generally explore a corner of Colorado that I haven't visited for years. Details of the ranch can be found at http://www.oleoranch.com. It seems to be situated in remote, very pretty aspen and meadow and country.

Wilderness First Responder Opportunity

Leader: 
Glorieta Camps and Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities
Telephone: 
832-693-5381
Date: 
Mon, 2016-08-15
Leader Email: 
hunter@glorieta.org
Difficulty: 
Easy
Technicality: 
Beginner
Are dogs allowed?: 
Not allowed

My name is Hunter Parrott and I work at Glorieta Camps. I would like to share some info on a training opportunity we have coming up here at Glorieta Camps that may interest LAM members.

 

We are hosting a Wilderness First Responder course August 15-23. Instruction will be through SOLO (Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunities). This course is a great opportunity to learn how to appropriately care for illnesses and medical emergencies during extended care situations in the backcountry. 

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