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What date would be best for our next Canyoneering safety class?

Just give me some feed back an see if we can get this to work. Lets try to get this done this month.

Apr 17, 2013 0 so far

Backpacking "How to - where to" seminar at REI, Thursday June 7 @ 6-7:30 PM

Please RSVP to this poll ASAP so I can get word to REI's event planner, hopefully today. She will schedule this, for this date if WE look like we will fill the event. They need to see ~12 of us interested.

May 11, 2012 7 so far

Which 14er would you like to climb next? 10=YES; 1=not interested

-Class 1: Easy hiking usually on a good trail -Class 2: More difficult hiking that may be off-trail. You may also have to put your hands down occasionally to keep your balance. May include easy snow climbs or hiking on talus/scree. -Class 3: Scrambling or un-roped climbing. You must use your hands most of the time to hold the terrain or find your route. This may be caused by a combination of steepness and extreme terrain (large rocks or steep snow). Some Class 3 routes are better done with rope. -Class 4: Climbing, rope is often used because falls can be fatal. The terrain is often steep and dangerous. Some routes can be done without rope because the terrain is stable. -Class 5: Technical climbing. The climbing involves the use of rope and belaying. Rock climbing is Class 5.

Aug 5, 2011 8 so far

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