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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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»Colorado Hiking and Camping
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First Quarter Moon

»Colorado Hiking and Camping
»Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee Meeting
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»Colorado Hiking and Camping
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»Colorado Hiking and Camping
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»Colorado Hiking and Camping
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»Colorado Hiking and Camping
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»Dallas Sierra Club General Meeting
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Full Moon

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»No August Outings Committee MeetingNo August Outings Committee MeetingIt's still summer. With plans for great outings in place for late August, October and February, we'll wait for September to convene an Outings Committee meeting. Enjoy the summer heat in Texas. Better still, enjoy the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of the high Pecos Wilderness this Labor Day weekend with the Dallas Sierra Club! 
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Last Quarter Moon

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»Pecos Wilderness Bus TripPecos Wilderness Bus TripAll 27 places on the Pecos bus trip have filled, but there may be space on a short waitlist. Your odds for a space on the bus are currently good. Contact Steve to inquire. This is one of the Dallas Sierra Club's favorite backpacking destinations. The Pecos Wilderness is high in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, between Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Taos. Conifer and aspen forests and mountain meadows cover the land below the alpine tundra you'll discover above tree line. Elk, mountain sheep, black bears and marmots forage at high elevations.  We have four great hikes that should satisfy any of your late summer backpacking cravings. For complete details, including information on the hikes offered, trip cost and how to register, download this PDF document. 
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New Moon

»Pecos Wilderness Bus TripPecos Wilderness Bus TripAll 27 places on the Pecos bus trip have filled, but there may be space on a short waitlist. Your odds for a space on the bus are currently good. Contact Steve to inquire. This is one of the Dallas Sierra Club's favorite backpacking destinations. The Pecos Wilderness is high in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, between Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Taos. Conifer and aspen forests and mountain meadows cover the land below the alpine tundra you'll discover above tree line. Elk, mountain sheep, black bears and marmots forage at high elevations.  We have four great hikes that should satisfy any of your late summer backpacking cravings. For complete details, including information on the hikes offered, trip cost and how to register, download this PDF document. 
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»Pecos Wilderness Bus TripPecos Wilderness Bus TripAll 27 places on the Pecos bus trip have filled, but there may be space on a short waitlist. Your odds for a space on the bus are currently good. Contact Steve to inquire. This is one of the Dallas Sierra Club's favorite backpacking destinations. The Pecos Wilderness is high in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains, between Las Vegas, Santa Fe and Taos. Conifer and aspen forests and mountain meadows cover the land below the alpine tundra you'll discover above tree line. Elk, mountain sheep, black bears and marmots forage at high elevations.  We have four great hikes that should satisfy any of your late summer backpacking cravings. For complete details, including information on the hikes offered, trip cost and how to register, download this PDF document. 
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