When (weekends/weekdays) do you prefer to hike? What areas would you like to hike?
Your Ability Is: A)In city parks (Novice) B)Under 10km-500m elevation (Beginner) C) 10km-20km and 700m elevation (Moderate/Intermediate) D)10km-30km over 900m elevation (Advanced) E)Scrambles (Advanced/Expert)
e advanced expert
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I've been hiking since I moved to Alberta 14 years ago from Manitoba. I also cycle, run, cross country ski and downhill ski
How many times have you seen hiking clubs where if you're not a super fast uber- hiker they don't want you going on any harder hikes or scrambles. They believe that if you are slower you should only stick to the easier stuff. Boring!! This is a club for those of us who still wish to do all styles of hiking from easy walks to scrambles. We just don't feel the need to make a "mad dash" for a summit or to finish a trail in record time. Hiking and being in the outdoors is meant to be an enjoyable activity for all of us. Some enjoy going fast and that's fine. But some of us enjoy slow and steady. Taking our time and all finishing the hike or scrambling to a summit together. If this is more your style and wish to meet like minded hikers please consider joining our club. We will be doing all kinds of summer and winter activities such as dayhikes, scrambles, backpacking trips, XC skiing, snowshoe trips, downhill ski trips and any other outdoor related activity. Remember slow and steady wins the race. Lets all enjoy the great outdoors together. Just in a more relaxed pace.