December 30, 2009
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In summer, I organize easy to difficult hikes and easy to difficult scrambles. In winter, it's snowshoeing, winter scrambling and backcountry skiing/snowboarding. Also, in the spring and summer I organize kid's hikes targeted at 6- to 14-year-olds. These are meant to get families out into the mountains on trails that take an hour or two (one way) to reach someplace that rewards the kids with rocks to climb, creeks to dam, pictographs, or something like that. The emphasis is on the kids having fun; reaching the objective is secondary.
Mountains good. Sitting on couch bad.
A great group of people to get out and get active with, whether you're new to the mountains or you've hiked more kilometers (and vertical meters) than you can remember.