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June, 2024

Saturday
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Route: South Side
POD 2 Climb
Saturday
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Participants should comfortable performing a top rope belay. (Erin’s Intro to Smith Rock Climbing trip is a great way to get a refresher)
In this class we will be at Smith Rock state park. Saturday morning we will head out bright and early to start setting anchors at the top of student wall. We will be in small supervised groups where we will be building the anchors we learned in the classroom session. After lunch we will then rappel down on the anchors we set and spend the rest of the afternoon climbing student Wall on the gear you placed. On Sunday we will break into small groups, usually two students and two teachers. We will go to some easy climbs and do some mock-leading.
Saturday
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Sunday
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Participants should comfortable performing a top rope belay. (Erin’s Intro to Smith Rock Climbing trip is a great way to get a refresher)
In this class we will be at Smith Rock state park. Saturday morning we will head out bright and early to start setting anchors at the top of student wall. We will be in small supervised groups where we will be building the anchors we learned in the classroom session. After lunch we will then rappel down on the anchors we set and spend the rest of the afternoon climbing student Wall on the gear you placed. On Sunday we will break into small groups, usually two students and two teachers. We will go to some easy climbs and do some mock-leading.
Sunday
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Monday
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Snow camping and snow climbing "experience" on South Sister before the central cascade permits are required.
Tuesday
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Snow camping and snow climbing "experience" on South Sister before the central cascade permits are required.
Wednesday
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Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
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This route up Mt Shasta provides solitude and a bit of adventure over the standard routes while only being a bit more technical.
Friday
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This route up Mt Shasta provides solitude and a bit of adventure over the standard routes while only being a bit more technical.
Saturday
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Saturday
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Hike will begin near John’s Landing on the Willamette Greenway path. We will walk south through Willamette Park, over the Sellwood Bridge, up through forested Sellwood Park, down to Oaks Park and Sellwood Riverfront Park. Bring a lunch but there’s a bakery in the plan. Our meet up spot will be in John‘s Landing area of Portland. Email me at janetadkins@gmail.com for details and to register. Limit 8
Sunday
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No waterfalls, but a beautiful, uncrowded hike through the forest.
Sunday
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Monday
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Monday
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Come hike the highest peak in the Coast Range!
Tuesday
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Tuesday
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This trail is approximately 8.3 miles and wanders through forest, up and down hills, and around ponds and marshes.
Wednesday
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Wednesday
12
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
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Thursday
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Thursday will begin at the Pole Creek trailhead. We’ll hike on South past North Sister and across Soap Creek on a modified log bridge witnessing the destruction from the 2012 Pole Creek forest fire. We’ll continue for less than another mile where we will reenter the original forest that survived the fire. Somewhere at this point we will encounter snow on the trail. This is generally where I will change out of trail running shoes and into my mountaineering boots. Eventually, we’ll find the “Climber’s Trail” junction where we’ll then head due west and set our basecamp near timberline for the evening. Snow conditions permitting, we will have running water within a 10-minute walk from our camp. We will hit the sleeping bags early Saturday night and wake at 4:00 am on Friday morning. By no later than 5:00 am, we’ll begin our snow-covered ascent to the Hayden Glacier where we will rope up as a team and gain the Col between Middle Sister to the South and Prouty Point to the North. I plan on roping up on the Hayden glacier whether crevasses are open or not to provide rope-team travel practice. Once at the Col, we’ll take a short break while a fixed-line is set (if necessary) on the steepest snow section on Middle Sister’s North shoulder. After ascending up the North shoulder, we’ll cruise to the summit as a team to hopefully enjoy the incredible views! Weather and time permitting, we’ll hang out, if not we’ll quickly bail back to the Col. Once back to camp, we’ll briskly eat lunch while breaking down our camp and return to the Pole Creek trailhead.
Thursday
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A backdoor trail to Marion Mountain from Camp Pioneer.
Friday
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A classic first-year climb in Mt. Rainier National Park
Friday
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Friday
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Thursday will begin at the Pole Creek trailhead. We’ll hike on South past North Sister and across Soap Creek on a modified log bridge witnessing the destruction from the 2012 Pole Creek forest fire. We’ll continue for less than another mile where we will reenter the original forest that survived the fire. Somewhere at this point we will encounter snow on the trail. This is generally where I will change out of trail running shoes and into my mountaineering boots. Eventually, we’ll find the “Climber’s Trail” junction where we’ll then head due west and set our basecamp near timberline for the evening. Snow conditions permitting, we will have running water within a 10-minute walk from our camp. We will hit the sleeping bags early Saturday night and wake at 4:00 am on Friday morning. By no later than 5:00 am, we’ll begin our snow-covered ascent to the Hayden Glacier where we will rope up as a team and gain the Col between Middle Sister to the South and Prouty Point to the North. I plan on roping up on the Hayden glacier whether crevasses are open or not to provide rope-team travel practice. Once at the Col, we’ll take a short break while a fixed-line is set (if necessary) on the steepest snow section on Middle Sister’s North shoulder. After ascending up the North shoulder, we’ll cruise to the summit as a team to hopefully enjoy the incredible views! Weather and time permitting, we’ll hang out, if not we’ll quickly bail back to the Col. Once back to camp, we’ll briskly eat lunch while breaking down our camp and return to the Pole Creek trailhead.
Saturday
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Sunday
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Monday
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An 9.4 mile hike connecting several trails in the Howard Creek area of Silver Falls State Park.
Tuesday
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Nice walk through forest and wetlands.
Tuesday
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All members are welcome to attend meetings of the Executive Council. The meeting will be held via Zoom. If you would like to propose an agenda item for the
meeting or have any other questions or concerns
please email council@chemeketans.org.
To join the Executive Council Zoom Meeting, go to:
https://zoom.us/j/8096955170?pwd=bXRJRjFPeFo2TjhEZ1ZpYUUyUnU3QT09
Meeting ID: 809 695 5170; Passcode: 714509
Wednesday
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Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
20
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A strenuous 3-day climb of the most remote of the 18 peaks
Thursday
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The trail has a one-mile easy descent to Maude Creek, then ascends steadily through forest and meadows, filled with wildflowers. Great views along the trail and from the summit of the old crater.
Friday
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A strenuous 3-day climb of the most remote of the 18 peaks
Saturday
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A strenuous 3-day climb of the most remote of the 18 peaks
Saturday
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Ion Mountain is famous in June for wildflowers and at the Iron Mountain Lookout at the top we will eat our lunches while admiring the 360 degree view. Contact the leader for details.
Saturday
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Historic trail through forest to good views on top.
Sunday
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A strenuous 3-day climb of the most remote of the 18 peaks
Monday
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A strenuous 3-day climb of the most remote of the 18 peaks
Monday
24
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Really enjoyable hike that encompasses 3 different trails.
Tuesday
25
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A strenuous 3-day climb of the most remote of the 18 peaks
Wednesday
26
Audubon Nature Reserve
9:00 AM
Thursday
27
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Incredible snow climb to one of Washington‘s highest volcanoes. Great climb for climbers with rope team travel experience.
Thursday
27
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A beautiful ridge with views and flowers.
Friday
28
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Incredible snow climb to one of Washington‘s highest volcanoes. Great climb for climbers with rope team travel experience.
Saturday
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Incredible snow climb to one of Washington‘s highest volcanoes. Great climb for climbers with rope team travel experience.