Saturday, January 1, 2011

2011 Hiking Calendar

2011 Hiking Calendar
Here is the unofficial scheduled outing dates for 2011 (and links to trip reports for dates already completed).

As always, planned dates and/or destinations are subject to change at any point in time, with or without notice.

January 8: Heart Lake near Anacortes and Fort Ebey on Whidbey Island
January 29: Artist Point on Mount Baker
February 19: Wallace Falls State Park near Gold Bar on Hwy 2, followed by a nighttime snowshoe up Skyline Ridge at Stevens Pass.
March 19: Chuckanut's Bat Caves and Oyster Dome plus Alger Alp
April 7: Razor Hone Snowshoe near Mount Baker with the Mount Baker Club.
April 18: Devils Mountain and Scott Mountain Mine, both located just south of Mt. Vernon
April 19: Split Rock Redux with Ron Peterson of the Mt. Baker Club.
April 20: North fork of the Sauk River
April 22: Whistle Lake to Sugarloaf Mountain (ACFL).
May 14 - Baker Lake off Hwy 20 with Rachel and Steve
June 18 - Road To Hannegan Trail and a visit to Heather Meadows.
June 19 - Fort Ebey (Father's Day Family Hike)
July 2 - Artist Point (sun and snow in July!!)
July 10 - Goat Mountain and Nooksack Diversion Dam
July 16 - Lily and Lizard Lake
July 31 - Dry Falls and Kawishiwi Falls (Boundary Waters Canoe Area of northern MN)
August 13 - Tonga Ridge / Mount Sawyer
August 28 - Little Cranberry Lake and Mine (ACFL) near Anacortes
September 5th - Hidden Lake Lookout
October 8 - Cooper Lake and Cooper River
October 17 - Table Mountain (Mt. Baker area)
October 18 - Mt. Pilchuck
November 13 - Iron Goat Trail (west of Windy Point Tunnel)
November 21 - Clayton Beach and Huckleberry Point
November 25 - Badger Mountain
November 29 - Hoypus Hill and Deception Pass State Park
December 7 - Baker Hot Springs and Shadow Of The Sentinels
December 17 - Glacier Creek Road off the Mount Baker Highway
December 26 - North Mountain near Darrington (report coming soon)
Be sure to check out the 2012 Hiking Calendar!
Feel free to contact me if you are interested in tagging along on any of the upcoming outings (or if you would like to propose an additional date).

Happy Trails!


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