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The Seattle Backpackers are about making new friends and exploring the great North West's out of doors together.

Do you like to day hike, attend socials, snowshoe or cross country ski in addition to backpacking or just learning about backpacking?

Then we are the group for you.
This exploration may be as simple as meeting fellow backpacking enthusiasts in a social setting to tell old war stories and help plan new adventures. I hope we can squeeze in a few clinics on Compass and Mapping, First Aid, appropriate gear for different trips Etc. I am sure we will plan day hikes. For the slightly more adventurous we will have many weekend backpacking and camping trips for Friday and Saturday nights. For the much more adventurous trips of three days to potentially a week or longer will not be out of the question if enough people are interested.

In this group there is no such thing as inexperienced or over qualified. Everyone and anyone is always welcome.

Please feel free to email an organizer with any questions you have or just post to the message board.

Hope to meet you soon,

Cameron


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Using Paracord in Your Essentials Pack

West Tiger Mountain #3

Beginning Hiking with Kids

Umtanum Creek

Dehydrated Backpack Meals

Favorite Outdoor Smartphone Apps

New sleeping bag rating system EN 13537

Ape Cave Trail

Search and Rescue Patrols Along the I-90 Corridor

Ultra Light Gear List for Summer

Ultra Light Kitchen

Eggs in the Backcountry

Why wear gaiters

What Birds Can Tell You

Hypothermia Prevention, Identification and Treatment

Washington Trails Association April Outlook

Stoves for Cold Weather II

Olympic National Park Through Hike Part 2

Rebirth of Mt St Helens – Part 2

Chirico Trail

Snowshoeing Techniques and Safety

Herbal First Aid in the Backcountry

Olympic National Park Through Hike

Soup’s On Pizza Soup and Ribollita

Yoga and Backpacking – A Soulful Approach to the Outdoors

Washington Trails Association March Outlook

Wilderness Medical Training

Stone Palaces – Following Dreams – An Interview with Geof Childs

Stoves for Cold Weather

The Rebirth of Mt. St. Helens Part 1

Inside King County Search and Rescue

Backpacking Cameras – Which camera to carry

Ultralight Essentials – 14 On a Diet

The Noble Fir – A Backpacker’s Retreat

Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

Explorer Search and Rescue Training

Rattlesnake Mountain Trail

Snow Peak Stove Give Away

Cougar Mountain Park

Things Search and Rescue Wishes We All Knew

Wallace Falls

KCSAR Myths

The Enchantments – The Lottery for Prime Time Backpacking Begins Now

Reviving an Ancient Technology

A Geologic Perspective on Granite Mountain – A Peak at Bedrock

The Relentless Skyline

Four Hikes to See Eagles

Ultralight Clothing Systems

Romancing the Trail

Headlamp Review Icon IXP107A Irix I

Seven Summits

Wilderness Medicine – An Introduction

Fire Foibles

Lake Serene

Twin Falls

Bridal Veil Falls

Dirty Harry’s Balcony

North Face’s Blue Kazoo for women

Getting to Trails Without a Car

Five Female Snowshoers Assault Dirty Harry’s Peak

Ravenspeaker Introduction

Review-The Hyperion Jacket – A Feathered Friend, Indeed!

Lightning Bill

ULTRALIGHT SLEEPING SYSTEMS

Langtang Valley Trek – Nepal

Photography Planning

Inside Outdoor Photography- Interview with a Pro

Managing Water In The Cold

Survival Shelters

Camping Around the Calendar

general hiking rules

Take Only Photographs

Ultralight Shelters

Photography is capturing light

Black Diamond Raven Pro Ice Axe

Quinoa – A Superfood for the Trail

Lefse in the Back Country

How To Call 911 In The Wilderness

Shooting pictures in the Snow

Plants Backpackers Should Know, Part 2

My Favorite Assault Backpack

Goldmyer Hot Springs

Bear Attacks

Top 10 Backpacking Meals

Ultralight Backpacking – The Pack

Water Treatment 101

Plants Backpackers Must Know, Part 1

Confessions of a Gearhead

Interview with Bob Upton of Rainy Pass Repair inc

Wilderness Survival for Backpackers

backpack alone

Review of Marmot Pinnacle EQ Regular Sleeping Bag

Proper Blister And Hotspot Treatment

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Table of Contents

Page title Most recent update Last edited by
High Hut (Mt. Tahoma Ski Area) May 6, 2011 12:16 AM Cameron O.
Everest Base Camp Trip January 11, 2011 4:17 PM Erika K
ABOUT-- January 6, 2011 1:53 AM Admin
Rattlesnake Ledge January 6, 2011 1:46 AM Admin
North Fork Skokomish Trail to Camp Pleasant January 5, 2011 12:55 AM Admin
Lower Gold Creek Basin January 5, 2011 12:56 AM Admin
Poo Poo Point January 5, 2011 12:54 AM Admin
Introduction May 10, 2012 12:44 AM Admin
Newsletter January 2, 2011 3:44 PM Admin
About The Seattle Backpackers Meetup Group May 6, 2011 12:42 AM Admin

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