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The following are privately sponsored and administered trips. Sierra Club takes no responsibility and makes no representations or warranties about the quality, safety, supervision or management of these trips. They are published as a reader service because they may be of interest to readers of this website.

2012 Mar 16-19, Fri-Mon. Death Valley Camping Trip.  Join Loma Prieta GLS for our fifteenth annual Death Valley Camp out. Death Valley offers countless opportunities for exploration and adventure. Hike Golden Canyon , climb a peak, explore old mining sites, take a starlight stroll through the dunes or just hang out at the pool. We plan to offer a variety of hikes from easy to strenuous. The cost for three nights of camping is just $35. Carpooling is strongly encouraged. Members of all GLS chapters and SF Hiking Club are invited to join us. Certified hike leaders from any GLS chapter are welcome to lead or co-lead hikes. Contact Tina Schiffman to sign up. Leaders: Tina Schiffman bschiffty@yahoo.com Celeste McInerney Celeste.McInerney@pro.sccgov.org.

2012 April 22, Sunday. O: City of Angels Ride. Nina Burokas, Nancy Beverly.  Volkswagen City of Angels Fun Ride. Two Options: “Advanced” (48 miles, 15-18 mph, 1750' gain) or “Recreational” (31 miles, 10-12 mph, 1000' gain). Join us for a tour of Los Angeles as you've never seen it: by bicycle, with rolling traffic closure provided by the LAPD Special Event Motors Unit. Route & elevation: http://www.coafunride.com/ route.asp. Both rides start and finish at the Los Angeles Police Academy in Elysian Park. Advanced ride starts 7:30A. Recreational ride starts 7:45A. Lunch is from 11:00A-12:30P. Registration (http://www.coafunride.com/ register.asp) is limited to the first 1,000 riders. Registration fee ($55/60/70 depending on date) includes parking, ride support, provisioned rest stop, lunch & t-shirt. Meet at 7:00A in Elysian Park. RSVP for logistics details. Once you register & receive confirmation, email your RSVP and choice of route to Nina at nina.burokas@gmail.com. Questions? Email or call Nina at 949-226-4316.

 

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