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An Outings Activity Section of the Angeles Chapter
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March 29th - 30th, Saturday - Sunday, Ibex Peak (4751’),
Saddle Peak Hills Wilderness Highpoint (2280’) and Noon Peak (4237’

March 29th, Saturday, Spectre Point

March 29th, Saturday, Castle Dome and Signal Peak

April 5-6th, Sat-Sun, Moapa Peak and Virgin Peak

April 19-20th, Sat-Sun, Sentinel Peak

April 26-27th, Sat-Sun, Kingston Pk and Avawatz Mtn

*Sunday, May 18: Annual Section Banquet at Luminarias Restaurant in Monterey Park.
This year's speaker will be Andy Zdon, author of the classic book "Desert Summits: A Hiking and Climbing Guide to California and Southern Nevada", who will present "From Climbing Desert Peaks to Studying Desert Ecosystems".
See Special Events page for more details and ticket information.

Pahrump Point, California, a Section listed peak.

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Last light on Pahrump Point (5,740') from the camp in the Chicago Valley. The peak is located northeast of Shoshone, CA off of State Route 178, east of Death Valley National Park and just west of the Nevada state line. Pahrump Point is located in the Nopah Range Wilderness Area administered by the Bureau of Land Management. Detailed information on climbing this peak is contained in the Desert Peaks Section Road and Peak Guide. The photograph was taken by Section member Ron Bartell on a Desert Peaks Section trip with Leaders Daryn Dodge and Kathy Rich in December 2010.

 
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