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Addendum


The Addendum is not part of the Bylaws.
It contains material that may be useful for future reference.

A.
A.2. Achievement List (Emblems)

Achievement recognition is awarded by the Management Committee to anyone who has been an active HPS member for the preceding six months and has completed the climbing and leading requirements listed below. Applicants must submit a list of peaks showing dates climbed to the Membership Chair. Various patches, pins, and other items approved by the Management Committee are available for sale to those who earn achievements. Certificates of achievement may be issued as appropriate.

  1. The 100 Peaks Emblem is awarded for climbing 100 peaks on the List.
  2. The 200 Peaks Emblem is awarded for climbing 200 peaks on the List.
  3. List Completion is recognized for climbing all peaks on the List.
  4. Multiple List Completion is recognized for climbing all peaks on the List multiple times.
  5. The Pathfinder emblem recognition is awarded for climbing 100, 200, or all the peaks on the list by two different routes.
  6. The Explorer emblem recognition is awarded for climbing 100, 200, or all the peaks on the list by three different routes.
  7. Showshoe emblem recognition is awarded for climbing 25, 100, 200, or all the peaks on the list by use of snowshoes or other flotation device in snow.
  8. 100 Peak Leads is recognized for leaders who have led 100 peaks on the List.
  9. 200 Peak Leads is recognized for leaders who have led 200 peaks on the List.
  10. Leading the List is recognized for leaders who have led all peaks on the List.
  11. Leading the List Multiple Times is recognized for leaders who have led the List multiple times.

For the leader achievements, being the Leader or Assistant Leader on a scheduled hike for at least half of the ascent is sufficient for the lead to be counted. For the non-completion achievements, peaks that were on the List at the time when climbed or led may be counted. For the completion achievements, all peaks on the List at the time of application are required, except for the multiple completion achievements; in these cases the requirement applies only to the most recent completion.

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