WTC Program Returned in 2022 Welcoming an Excited Class of Outdoor enthusiasts
Posted on 7 November 2022
By Angeles Chapter Updates
The comeback year!
After an interrupted 2020 and a skipped 2021, our beloved WTC program returned in 2022 welcoming an excited class of outdoor enthusiasts.
WTC leader and active HPS member, Matt Kraii lead a successful summit of Mount Warren from Lundy Lakes TH
Not only did we have a successful season, but we hiked and backpacked all summer long, and celebrated the accomplishments and graduations of many. As always, our staff worked tirelessly to provide a safe learning environment and mentor the next crop of environment stewards.
The demand for the skills we teach and experience we provide continue to grow, so we look forward to an even more robust WTC program in 2023.
Although registration is open, we're already more than 50% full! If you're interested in becoming part of an active and vibrant community, learning invaluable skills, and experiencing the outdoors like never before, register now and become part of The WTC Class of 2023!
The Gourmet Backpacker, Ron Campbell returned to the backcountry showing us all how to think outside the freeze-dried dinner
To learn more about the class, the schedule, and area locations, log on to www.wildernesstravelcourse.orgHeader photo: OC WTC Leaders Kim Crane and Lubna Debbini lead these smiling faces up Pine Creek Pass by Lubna Debbini
The Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club welcomes your participation in its century of involvement in the enjoyment and protection of our planet's environment. The Angeles Chapter spans Los Angeles and Orange Counties in Southern California, with an extensive program of hikes/hiking, national and international travel, local conservation campaigns, political action, and programs for people of all ages.