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Dallas Sierra Club Calendar

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»Backpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoBackpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoA permit request for the Dallas Group to hike and camp in this largest Wilderness Area in Colorado was submitted Jan. 1. If granted by the Forest Service, we'll depart on a chartered sleeper bus on the evening of Aug. 30 and return by 6 a.m on Sept. 4. The Weminuche straddles the Continental Divide. Trail altitudes would range from 9,300' to 12,500'. Permit moratoriums and fires have precluded our visits to this beautiful area since 2012, but we'll cross our fingers for good news in the spring about a permit to make this our destination for the 2018 Labor Day weekend. 
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Last Quarter Moon

»Backpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoBackpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoA permit request for the Dallas Group to hike and camp in this largest Wilderness Area in Colorado was submitted Jan. 1. If granted by the Forest Service, we'll depart on a chartered sleeper bus on the evening of Aug. 30 and return by 6 a.m on Sept. 4. The Weminuche straddles the Continental Divide. Trail altitudes would range from 9,300' to 12,500'. Permit moratoriums and fires have precluded our visits to this beautiful area since 2012, but we'll cross our fingers for good news in the spring about a permit to make this our destination for the 2018 Labor Day weekend. 
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»Backpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoBackpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoA permit request for the Dallas Group to hike and camp in this largest Wilderness Area in Colorado was submitted Jan. 1. If granted by the Forest Service, we'll depart on a chartered sleeper bus on the evening of Aug. 30 and return by 6 a.m on Sept. 4. The Weminuche straddles the Continental Divide. Trail altitudes would range from 9,300' to 12,500'. Permit moratoriums and fires have precluded our visits to this beautiful area since 2012, but we'll cross our fingers for good news in the spring about a permit to make this our destination for the 2018 Labor Day weekend. 
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»Backpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoBackpack in the Weminuche Wilderness, SW ColoradoA permit request for the Dallas Group to hike and camp in this largest Wilderness Area in Colorado was submitted Jan. 1. If granted by the Forest Service, we'll depart on a chartered sleeper bus on the evening of Aug. 30 and return by 6 a.m on Sept. 4. The Weminuche straddles the Continental Divide. Trail altitudes would range from 9,300' to 12,500'. Permit moratoriums and fires have precluded our visits to this beautiful area since 2012, but we'll cross our fingers for good news in the spring about a permit to make this our destination for the 2018 Labor Day weekend. 
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»Dallas Sierra Club Executive Committee MeetingDallas Sierra Club Executive Committee MeetingThe Executive Committee (or Excom) is the elected governing body of the Dallas Sierra Club and meets upstairs at Whole Foods Market, southeast corner of Preston Road and Forest Lane, in Dallas at 6:30 pm. Contact the Dallas Group Chair for more information.
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New Moon

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»Dallas Sierra Club General MeetingDallas Sierra Club General MeetingHear about the Sierra Club's campaign to help elect political leaders friendly to the environment.  Full details will be provided soon. - Everyone is invited.  Full details will be on our home page soon.  
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