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Backpack IconAug 31-Sep 4 (Wed-Sun) Pecos Wilderness, New Mexico

Truchas Peak from Trailriders WallBackpack in the cool mountains of northern New Mexico. Drive or carpool to a reserved group camp, arriving before dark on August 31. Hike four days, ending on the afternoon of Sept. 4. Email or call Trip Coordinator Jim Robarge for the complete trip description and registration forms. JULY 8 UPDATE: The Pecos Wilderness is currently closed to assess fire damage east of the area we plan to hike. If the Pecos remains closed at mid-August, our backup destination is the San Pedro Parks Wilderness Area, near Cuba, NM, another great area for backpacking on the same dates. Full trip details and sign-up information is in this PDF. Trip rated: Moderately Strenuous. Coordinator: Jim Robarge Send Email 972-505-9567

Car Camp IconOct 21-23 (Fri-Sun) Camp and Hike at Colorado Bend State Park

SAVE THIS OCTOBER WEEEKND for an excursion to the north edge of the Texas Hill Country, west of Lampassas. We've reserved the group campsite by the Colorado for Friday and Saturday nights. Explore the creekside Spicewood Springs Trail, the River Trail, or Gorman Falls. Swim in the river, rent a kayak, or just relax. View the park website here. Registration information will appear here in late summer.  Contact: Liz Wheelan Send Email 214-207-4997

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