We’ll start at the Boreal sno-park. This outing will have a beginner track and an intermediate track, so will be suitable for both levels. The beginner hike will go around Castle Valley. The intermediate route will go up to Castle Pass and perhaps to Andesite Peak. Hike stats: 3-7 miles (round trip), elevation gain up to 1000', starting elevation 7200’. This will be a somewhat strenuous hike, so hikers must be in good condition. Participants must have snowshoes. Bring the essentials, including water, snacks, lunch, waterproof boots, layered clothing due to changeable weather conditions and $$ for carpool drivers. No minors. No dogs. Rain or snow cancels, but snow on the ground is required! Hike limited to 30. Contact leader for details & reservation before January 9th. Leaders: Mike Ranta, [masked]; Kathy Khan, [masked] & Bruce Notareus [masked]
When signing up, please answer the question about your snowshoe skill level – Beginner (1st timers & those who’ve only been on snowshoes a few times), intermediate (those who’s snowshoed a few times or only for short distances of 3 miles or less and on valley, i.e., flattish terrain) or Advanced (those with lots of experience who can snowshoe long distances on varied mountainous terrain).
We will email the details about the local "rendezvous" spot to those signed-up about a week prior to the hike!
Note: Please do not RSVP for this outing if you: (1) are not committed to attending, or (2) have disabled your Meet-Up email, in whole or in part. (We need to be able to communicate with RSVPs collectively and individually.) If your Meet-Up settings do not allow us to use the Meet-Up email system as indicated, your RSVP will not be accepted.
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