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------ Welcome Outdoor Enthusiasts ! ------

We are the 20s,30s.40s committee of the Orange County Sierranss Section (OCSS) of the Sierra Club!

Our mission is to provide diverse and enjoyable outdoor opportunities such as hiking, camping, backpacking, and exploring local parks and trails to people of all ages, although the majority of our participants are in the 20s30s40s age range.

We also offer social events such as movies, dinners, and comedy nights. All our events are open to everybody, you don't have to be a member of the Sierra Club or OCSSto participate.. All our hikes and trips are organized and led by trained and experienced individuals who adhere to proven safety practices to make sure everybody has an enjoyable experience!

Please visit the related Sierra Club websites to view all Sierra Club events, join the OCSS 20s,30s,40s yahoo group, or join the sierra club:

OCSS 20s,30s,40s: http://www.angeles.sierraclub.org/ocss (then click on the 20s,30s,40s link on the left)
Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club: http://www.angeles.sierraclub.org
National Sierra Club: http://www.sierraclub.org

Membership in the Sierra Club offers many benefits including access to the quarterly calendar events featuring hundreds of diverse and varied events occuring every day from over 20 different sections and groups, such as the bicycle touring committee, the camera committee, Sierra Sage, Hundred Peaks Section, and many, many others.

Próximos eventos (5)

Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve Newcomer Hike

Lugar por decidir

Easy paced, reasonably flat, 5 mile hike, approx 3 hrs. Newcomers Welcome. Enjoy the natural beauty of Bolsa Chica, one of the last remaining wetland ecosystems in Southern California. Meet 8:30 am. From Warner Avenue in Huntington Beach turn south on Bolsa Chica Street to the end of the street and trailhead (Brightwater Road). Park on the street. Bring camera, water, sun protection, hat, light hiking boots, Leaders: Donna Specht, Jay Schneider, Karen Belville, Dorothy Gutierrez, Joe Bouchard

Fall Color Hiking in Big Bear Part II - Cougar Crest Trail and the PCT

--- Fall Color Hiking in Big Bear Part II: Cougar Crest and the PCT -- Moderate 8 mi R/T 1,000ft gain hike through a lush forest with great views of Big Bear Lake then following a highly scenic section of the Pacific Crest Trail, enjoying the final days of fall colors. No beginners please, must have hiked at or above 7,000ft within the last year. On-leash dog friendly hike. Bring 2qts water, lunch, snacks, ten essentials, hat, sunscreen, windbreaker jacket, boots or trail shoes, headlamp, and $ for optional dinner in Big Bear Village after the hike. We will have a quick lunch at the picnic tables at the trailhead before we depart. Forest Adventure pass required for Parking at Trailhead. Meet at 10;00am at the North OC Rideshare point, 2721 North Tustin Street, Orange, (program your GPS with "Tustin Street" not "Tustin Ave") or 12:00pm at the Cougar Crest Trailhead, Big Bear, 92314. Return to trailhead by 5:30pm. Email leader if meeting at the trailhead. Leader; Charles G. Geller ([masked]). Coleaders: Stan hsia ([masked]) and Scott Closson ([masked])

Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve Newcomer Hike

Lugar por decidir

Easy paced, reasonably flat, 5 mile hike, approx 3 hrs. Newcomers Welcome. Enjoy the natural beauty of Bolsa Chica, one of the last remaining wetland ecosystems in Southern California. Meet 8:30 am. From Warner Avenue in Huntington Beach turn south on Bolsa Chica Street to the end of the street and trailhead (Brightwater Road). Park on the street. Bring camera, water, sun protection, hat, light hiking boots, Leaders: Jay Schneider, Karen Belville, Dorothy Gutierrez, Julie Garner

Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve Newcomer Hike

Lugar por decidir

Easy paced, reasonably flat, 5 mile hike, approx 3 hrs. Newcomers Welcome. Enjoy the natural beauty of Bolsa Chica, one of the last remaining wetland ecosystems in Southern California. Meet 8:30 am. From Warner Avenue in Huntington Beach turn south on Bolsa Chica Street to the end of the street and trailhead (Brightwater Road). Park on the street. Bring camera, water, sun protection, hat, light hiking boots, Leaders: Jay Schneider, Karen Belville, Dorothy Gutierrez, Julie Garner

Eventos anteriores (819)

Fall Color Hiking in Big Bear Part I - Grays Peak

Grays Peak Trail 1W06