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Join us for a 10.7 RT moderate backpack (Nov 10-11, 2018) in Point Mugu State Park and enjoy views of the Pacific and pristine beaches along the northern tip of the Santa Monica Mountains. Our hike begins with a 1225 ft gain as we make our way to the La Jolla Valley where we camp under native Oak trees and return the following morning. Note that this is a dry-camp, so bring 5 liters of water for drinking, cooking, etc. If you are interested in participating  on this backpack please send backpacking / conditioning resume to Bijan at bijanmz@gmail.com for further details. Fees: parking and per person camping permits, $10 each.  


Optional: Easy hike to Mugu Peak, 4 Mile


Bring: Ten Essentials, Min 5 liters water, Lug-soles


This is a provisional outing

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NAVIGATION NOODLE WITH THE LTC: 11/17/2018 - 11/18/2018

Let's improve our outdoors skill set by learning map and compass navigation and/or completing the I-level navigation check-out!  With any luck, our section will soon have some I-rated leaders so all of our members can enjoy some off-trail hikes!

This event is for Sierra Club leaders and for those in the process of becoming leaders. It's an opportunity for us to get together, learn, have fun, and get to know each other better.

Interested in becoming a Sierra Club leader?  Email Rolf at: rolfm (at) alumni.caltech.edu

The navigation noodle is taught by the Angeles Chapter's "Leadership Training Committee" (LTC).  The LTC offers several navigation events throughout the year.  Leaders from our section are promoting the November navigation noodle and several of our 20s & 30s leaders are planning to attend. 

-> Saturday's navigation noodle is for practice with instruction by expert navigators.

-> Sunday's navigation noodle is for I-level check-off or for additional practice. Must do homework before the navigation noodle for formal I-level check-off.

Details regarding the navigation noodle and sign-up instructions can be found at:


This navigation noodle will be held at the Mission Creek Preserve and features free camping for participants!  

To sign up, email Robert Myers (rmmyers@yx.netcom.com) with your contact info, navigation experience/training, any WTC, leader rating, rideshare info.  Please tell Robert that you're with the 20s & 30s Section so that, hopefully, you can carpool with someone in our section.


If you want some practice before the navigation noodle on November 17th and 18th, the LTC is offering a free one-on-one navigation class on October 20th:


The October 20th class requires a $25 deposit to hold your spot.  If you show up, you get your $25 back!

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PRESIDENTS DAY IN DEATH VALLEY FEB 15-18, 2019: 02/15/2019 - 02/18/2019

This is no ordinary desert!

Death Valley Nat'l Park has more than 3.3 million acres of spectacular desert scenery, interesting and rare desert wildlife, complex geology, undisturbed wilderness and sites of historical and cultural interest.

Bounded on the west by 11,049' Telescope Pk and on the east by 5475' Dante's View, Badwater is the lowest point (-282' below sea level) in the western hemisphere. Hikes to Zabriske Pt, sand dunes,  valley tour, and ghost towns. All hikes will be along established trails and they will be led by two Sierra Club leaders.   Meals provided Saturday, Sunday & Monday AM.

Send check to Reservationist Roz Kahn 16300 Calahan St. Sepulveda, Ca 91343-3804:

  • contact phone/email, and $55 check made to SC plus your SC # or visit (sc2030acct@gmail.com) for PayPal

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