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    • 28 Mar 2019
    • 31 Mar 2019
    • Sespe Wilderness; near Ventucopa, CA
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    Condor Trail Intermediate Backpack - March 28-31, 2019

    19 miles in the Sespe Condor Sanctuary (Reyes Creek to Piedra Blanca)

    The Condor Trail is a 421-mile hiking trail that connects Southern California (Lake Piru) to Big Sur. Envisioned in the mid-1990’s, this long trail was supposed to be Central California’s answer to the more popular and longer Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest Trail.  After two decades of work to link existing sections of trail, the Condor Trail is now finished, but it still doesn’t have many visitors, owing to its deep and extremely rugged backcountry.  However, those who do venture onto the trail talk about some of the most breathtaking backcountry in California.  

    For a historical look at the Condor Trail, visit https://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/carving-out-the-condor-trail-62579608/

    Great Outdoors will help you get a little taste of this crown jewel of the Los Padres, on a short section within reasonable proximity of Ojai, CA and Frazier Park, CA.  Our group will start at the Reyes Creek Trailhead and hike 19 miles south to the Piedra Blanca trailhead in Rose Valley, and we will have two nights in the backcountry at about the halfway mark. Our one free Saturday can be spent lounging at camp or exploring side trails.  We should have constant stream views and quiet campsites after setting out. 

    Interestingly, this very section is where one of California's last remaining grizzly bears was captured in 1916 near Bear Trap Camp.  Hopefully this trip inspires you to return to the area to explore other nearby trails.

    Historical scouting reports show reliable flowing spring water along the trail and at the camps from Winter through Spring.  In fact, late-winter/early-spring is the preferred time to hike this due to moderate temperatures and reliable water.  

    This elevation profile is an approximation based on data I got from the topo map.  Don't fault me if there is a little uphill section you might encounter on the mostly downhill part :)

    What does "Intermediate" mean?  This should not be your first backpack trip ever.  Be physically and mentally ready for the hike shown above in the elevation profile (mostly uphill first day, possibly up to 12 miles (depending how the group feels).  Know what the 10 Essentials are, and have your backpack and gear pretty well dialed-in for this length of trip.  Be familiar with cooking, filtering water, basic first aid, and pooping in the backcountry.  If you need help determining if you're ready, please contact me and we'll talk about it.  

    This will be a vehicle shuttle trip, meaning we will leave vehicles at both ends of the trail.  I’ll solicit the cooperation of drivers before the trip starts.


    Thursday, March 28: (optional, but recommended) Arrive at Reyes Creek Campground (AKA Camp Scheideck) for a night of pre-backpack comaraderie. This allows people to arrive leisurely and not have to rush the next morning.  There is a bar and grill near camp.  Bring a gallon of drinking water even though we are next to a creek.  We have sites 17 and 18 reserved under my name.

    Friday, March 29: 9:30am start on Reyes Creek trailhead. Hike ~8 miles to backcountry Haddock Camp, or ~12 miles to the Pine Mountain Lodge camp (there is not really a lodge here, but a primitive backcountry camp like the others).  Depending where we camp is where we will day-hike Saturday, so this is totally up to how the group is feeling.

    Saturday, March 30: Free day to do whatever you like.  Lounge in camp or take a day hike on side trails, for example if we camp at Haddock, then a 3-mile roundtrip hike to Haddock Peak or a 12-mile roundtrip hike to Reyes Peak for the extra-adventurous.  If we camp at Pine Mountain Lodge, then it's ~8-mile rountrip hike to the Fishbowls.

    Sunday, March 31: Pack up camp and hike the rest of the way (mostly downhill as you can see on the elevation profile) to the Piedra Blanca parking lot.  There will be cold drinks in my cooler :)  Retrieve all vehicles and drive home.

    Weather: Temperatures should be warm during the day with chilly evenings.  Rain does not cancel: be prepared by bringing a poncho or other rain gear just in case. We’ll check the weather before we go. We may have campfires in the backcountry if we collect wood.

    Bring: Backpacking food for each meal; compact camp stove; mess kit; water filter and bottle; tent, sleeping bag and pad; sun protection; first-aid kit (each person); boots; layered clothing; jacket; toilet paper & trowel; flashlight; entertainment (book or cards, etc); It is advisable to bring animal-proof food storage (bear can or hang from tree).  If you don’t have something, ASK before buying it – we might be able to find it for you to borrow.

    Cost: $33 for GO members and $58 for non-members (includes one-year membership in GO chapter of your choice).  Camping Fee includes first night camp at Reyes Creek, extra car parking, firewood for the first night, cold drinks at the end, and the daily Adventure Passes required for each vehicle (carpools will be facilitated to the greatest extent possible to minimize impact and cost).  Add $11 for your own Tom Harrison topographical map of the Sespe Wilderness.

    Directions will be given in a pre-trip email, after determining who is driving, from where, and when. 


    Other Considerations:

    Register early as the capacity is ten people.

    Great Outdoors hikes as a group, either as one big group, or two smaller groups, but nobody will be left alone or behind.  Faster hikers are expected to stay with a group to maintain safety and social cohesion.

    Pack-it-in/Pack-it-out: All of our trash waste gets brought back to the cars with us. Great Outdoors practices leave-no-trace camping.

    Full refunds given before March 10.

    For more information or to see if this trip is right for you, please contact Trip Leader Chris Fava.

    • 17 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Rusty's Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St., Santa Barbara

    Core Group Meeting starts at 6pm (you're welcome to attend if you want to be involved in the "business" of your chapter)

    Pizza Social starts at 7pm and costs $5 per person for those who wish to eat pizza.

    Rusty’s Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St, Santa Barbara (intersection of Carrillo and Bath). For more information contact our President, Joe D.


    • 18 Apr 2019
    • 21 Apr 2019
    • Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

    Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park: April 18-21, 2019

    The Big Sur area along the central California coast is legendary for it’s beauty, its remoteness, its ruggedness, its mystery, and the atmosphere of pervasive spirituality. The jagged coastline of steep cliffs intercut with deep canyons, the wilderness and undeveloped land, the abundance of woodlands and wildlife, the unpredictable weather, and the throngs of visitors, all add to the mood and mystique of this popular destination.

    The entire Big Sur Coast, has undergone some damage and change as a result of heavy rains in 2017, but most everything has recovered or has been repaired. The Pfeiffer Creek Bridge was been replaced over a year ago and Highway I through the slide area was opened up last July, so now there is full access to the scenic drive and coastal activities from San Luis Obispo to Carmel. 

    More info at: http://jrabold.net/bigsur/intro.htm

    For this four-day/three-night outing we will be camping at Pfeiffer Big Sur State ParkThe park is located near Big Sur Village, not on the coast, and has a nice variety of trails within its boundaries. Some are still closed from the 2017 damage but many are open and will give us good hiking experiences.



    The campout starts Thursday afternoon and there will be a welcome tea. For dinner we’ll probably venture into Big Sur Village or other local restaurants a short drive away.

    Friday I’ll lead a hike up my favorite trail, Buzzard’s Roost, which has spectacular views of the coast (if it is clear). The Valley View Trail is in the park also and is an easy hikethat we could do the same day.  Friday dinner will be on your own.

    Saturday there are many choices. There are several other trails in the park to try out. Or Andrew Molera State Park has a loop trail that is quite beautiful but also challenging. Or take a road trip south down the coast, with stops at Coast Gallery and Henry Miller Library and a meal at Nepenthe (almost requirements for a complete Big Sur experience). Or, heading north along Highway 1 there is the Point Sur Lighthouse, Bixby Bridge, and further up the coast about 20 miles, Point Lobos State Natural Reserve, considered the “crown jewel” of the state park system. Whatever your daytime activity please return to the campground for the traditional Great Outdoors potluck. Afterwards there will be more fun around the campfire (ghost stories, games, sing-along, hypnotherapy?). Sunday we must strike our tents, clean the campsites, and checkout by 12:00 PM. Checkout time is strictly enforced. 

    Camp site

    Our group has four sites reserved, each site is compact. However, each will easily hold three small tents or possiblyone large and two small tents.  Pair up if you have a large tent. Each site is allowed a maximum of eight people but we are going to limit it to six people per site (unless you have a group sleeping in your large tent). There is water spigot at each site plus a fire ring and picnic table. Flush toilets and coin-operated showers are close by to the sites. There is a camp store for forgotten necessities. Please bring a bundle of firewood purchased at the camp (expensive) or nearby. Big Sur Lodge is within the park and one can buy meals and coffee there, as well as necessities.


    Camping fees include entry for one vehicleWe don’t know any way to parce out those spaces expect on a first-come first-served basis. One additional vehicle is allowed at each site but until everyone is checked in we want the second spot left open for campers to unload their gear. After the first four vehicles there will be a per-day charge for each vehicle. Additional vehicles will have to park in overflow or day use parking, therefore carpooling is important. 

    Only registered campers are allowed in the campground. Due to congestion and traffic constraints, free passes for deliveries or passenger drop off are not permitted.

    Campground Notes:

    Check out is 12 PM. Check in is 2 PM. Checkout times are strictly enforced.

    Dogs must be on a maximum 6 foot leash and attended at all times. Dogs are not allowed on trails or in the Big Sur River Gorge.

    There is poison oak throughout the park, including around the campsites. However, no one on this campout has suffered from it, as far as I know, in the three years I have led this outing. 



    Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is 26 miles south of Carmel on Highway 1. As long as Hwy. 1 remains open you may access it from the south, leaving Hwy. 101 at San Luis Obispo. From the north take 101 to Salinas, then south on 68, then south on Hwy. 1 at Monterey. Coming from the north the park will be on your left a few miles after you pass through Big Sur Village. If you reach the Big Sur Ranger Station you have gone too far. Coming from the south the park is on your right, shortly after the Big Sur Ranger Station.


    Prepare for anything except snow. There might be rain, might be fog, it might be cool (especially at night) and it might be warm.


    Price: $50 for Great Outdoors members, or $75 for non-members. Registration is online only at this site: 

    Cancellation policy:  full refund given six (6) days prior to departure ; no refunds after that.

    For more information, contact:

    Thomas Larsonthomassbca@yahoo.com(805) 220-8276

    • 26 Apr 2019
    • 28 Apr 2019
    • Santa Cruz Island

    Santa Cruz Island; April 26-28


    ***This trip is in our backyard, but is hosted by San Diego chapter.  Please click the above link to register.***

    Breathtaking ocean views and relaxing beach time is practically guaranteed at Santa Cruz Island.  Join your Great Outdoors friends as we return to this classic getaway. Set on the eastern part of the island, the Scorpion Canyon Campground is about a 3/4 hike from the pier and is sheltered from harsh ocean winds.

    The largest of California's Channel Islands, Santa Cruz Island is one of the five islands that make up the Channel Islands National Park. The island is rich in cultural history, magnificent landscapes, and unique flora and fauna. Native American Indians inhabited the island for over 10,000 years and Europeans explored and ranched on the island for over 150 years. Over 600 plant species, 140 land birds, 11 land mammals and a handful of amphibians and reptiles call the island their home. The island fox and island scrub-jay are exciting finds, as they're unique to the island, found nowhere else in the world. 

    The trip will begin on Friday, April 26th (9:00 AM departure from the dock at Ventura harbor) and will conclude on Sunday, April 28th in the early evening (4 PM return to Ventura harbor).  We’ve taken care of the campsite and boat transportation over to the island, so all you have to do is register online, and you’re set.  As part of the trip, a two-person ocean kayak will be available for individuals to use to explore the incredible coastline.  Sign-up sheets will be available at the campsite to reserve your time on the water.  Campsite space is limited as we only have 15 spots available.  So register early to reserve your space!

    There are no services provided on the island.  So you'll need to bring all items that you will need during your stay. To keep our impact on nature as small as possible, we will not be providing disposable plates and utensils, we are requiring that everyone bring their own reusable plates and utensils.  Potable water is available at the campsite.  There is a 1/2 mile to 1 mile walk to the campsite from the pier.  So make sure you’re completely mobile; we recommend that if you're taking a cooler, make sure it has wheels.  (Some restrictions apply from the transportation provider. Click here for additional information.)  Don’t forget your 10 essentials.

    This jewel off our coast offers some of the most beautiful ocean and landscape views to be had in southern California, we hope to see you there!

    Cancellation Policy: You can cancel for a full refund on or before April 1, 2019.  Any cancellations after April 1st, 2019 will not be eligible for a refund.



    8:00 AM Arrive @ Ventura Harbor, check-in

    9:00 AM Boat departs for Santa Cruz Island 

    10:00 AM Arrival @ Santa Cruz Island

    1:00 PM Day Hike

    6:00 PM Meet & Greet Tea (Mai-Tai Luau)

    7:39 PM Sunset


    6:14 AM Sunrise

    9:00 AM Day Hike: Smugglers Cove (7.5 miles round-trip)

    6:00 PM Potluck

    7:40 PM Sunset

    6:13 AM Sunrise

    10:00 AM Day Hike: Potato Harbor (5 miles round-trip)

    3:00 PM Check-in for boat departure

    4:00 PM Depart the island for the mainland

    5:00 PM Arrive @ Ventura Harbor

    *Times are estimated and subject to change without notice.

    Getting There:

    Click here for directions to Island Packers.

    Contact Information: SANTA CRUZ SCORPION

    Mailing Address:

    1901 Spinnaker Drive

    Ventura  CA  93001

    Phone Number:


    National Park Services Rules & Regulations:

    ·       1/2 mile to 1 mile hike to campground. Visitors must carry all their own gear.

    ·       Primitive camping. Tent camping only, no electricity/water/sewer site hook-ups at this campground. Bring low profile tents and extra food for weather delays. Partial shade from trees. Picnic table, food storage box, and drinking water provided. No stores or services.

    ·       Quiet time is enforced at 10:00 pm.

    ·       Proper food and trash storage is required. Food/trash storage lockers are provided at each site. Recommend hard-sided container (i.e., action packer) to further protect food/garbage from animals.

    ·       Visitors are required to pack out what they pack in, including garbage.

    ·       No campfires or charcoal fires. Only enclosed gas camp stoves are allowed.

    ·       Smoking is only allowed on beach areas at Scorpion, Smugglers, and Prisoners Harbors.

    ·       Avoid contact with deer mice. Hantavirus has been found in island deer mice. For more information visit: https://www.nps.gov/chis/planyourvisit/hantavirus.htm.

    ·       To help prevent the introduction of nonnative species the following items may not be brought to the park: pets; live or potted plants; soil; cut flowers; firewood or any untreated, unfinished wood (including hiking sticks); corrugated boxes; tools or equipment with attached soil; motorized vehicles; bicycles; and single-use plastic grocery bags.

    ·       No fishing in marine reserves. California fishing license and ocean enhancement sticker required to fish outside marine reserves.

    Kayakers: ocean conditions can rapidly change, requiring expert abilities. Ocean kayaking is an inherently dangerous activity. Always check weather and do not kayak beyond  experience level.
    • 15 May 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Rusty's Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St., Santa Barbara

    Core Group Meeting starts at 6pm (you're welcome to attend if you want to be involved in the "business" of your chapter)

    Pizza Social starts at 7pm and costs $5 per person for those who wish to eat pizza.

    Rusty’s Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St, Santa Barbara (intersection of Carrillo and Bath). For more information contact our President, Joe D.


    • 16 May 2019
    • 19 May 2019
    • Lake Lopez

    Save the date.  Trip notes coming soon.

    • 6 Jun 2019
    • 9 Jun 2019
    • El Capitan State Beach

    El Capitan State Beach Campout:  June 6-9, 2019

    This extremely popular beach west of Santa Barbara off U.S. Highway 101, is a perfect place to enjoy camping, hiking, surfing, picnicking, and beach walking.

    Lush sycamores and oaks flourish along El Capitán Creek at the entry to the state beach. Tall bluff-top groves are visible for miles along the terraced coastline. At El Capitán, the moderate climate brings cool fog during the summer months. A stairway provides access from the bluffs to the beach area.

    The 2018 AIDS/LifeCycle bike ride from SF to LA is scheduled to pass directly by El Capitán on Day 6 of the tour, (Friday, June 7th). Like last year we will be on the bike route to “cheer-on” the riders as they pass the campground on their way toward Paradise Pit in Santa Barbara! (27 miles to go for ice cream!) Bring your homemade signs, flags, cowbells/noise makers and streamers! 

    El Capitán SB is located off Hwy 101 seventeen miles west of Santa Barbara. From Hwy 101 North- or Southbound, take Exit 117 for El Capitan State Beach. Proceed south toward the ocean and the park entrance. PLEASE NOTE:  This is a tent camping trip - sorry no RV’s. Reservations are under “Scott Kuther” sites 87, 88, 89, 90 & 91

    Parking is limited to 3 cars per campsite on a first come, first serve basis.  All vehicles must remain on the parking pavement and must not extend into the roadway beyond the campsite number or limit line.  A $10 per day parking fee will be charged by the campground for all others, so please carpool if at all possible.

    Trip Cost:  $50

    Thursday, 6/6

    2pm campground check-in open

    6pm BYOB happy hour social 

    8pm group campfire

    Friday, 6/7

    @11:00am “Cheer on” AIDS/LifeCycle Riders

    6pm BYOB happy hour social 

    8pm group campfire 

    Saturday, 6/8

    10am hike

    11am wine tasting (field trip to local tasting room) 

    7pm all-camper potluck dinner 

    8pm group campfire

    Sunday, 6/19

    12pm campground check-out

    Bring your ten essentials (listed on GO website at: www.greatoutdoorsla.org/essen.html), camping/cooking gear, firewood, food, warm/cool weather clothing and swimming suits if you plan to do water activities or sunbathe. 

    Cancellation policy: full refund available until May 29th

    Contact: Scott Kuther at scott@kuthersmith.com or (760) 333-4563

    • 19 Jun 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Rusty's Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St., Santa Barbara

    Core Group Meeting starts at 6pm (you're welcome to attend if you want to be involved in the "business" of your chapter)

    Pizza Social starts at 7pm and costs $5 per person for those who wish to eat pizza.

    Rusty’s Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St, Santa Barbara (intersection of Carrillo and Bath). For more information contact our President, Joe D.


    • 17 Jul 2019
    • 6:00 PM
    • Rusty's Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St., Santa Barbara

    Core Group Meeting starts at 6pm (you're welcome to attend if you want to be involved in the "business" of your chapter)

    Pizza Social starts at 7pm and costs $5 per person for those who wish to eat pizza.

    Rusty’s Pizza, 232 West Carrillo St, Santa Barbara (intersection of Carrillo and Bath). For more information contact our President, Joe D.


    • 5 Sep 2019
    • 8 Sep 2019
    • Morro Bay, CA

    Save the date.  Trip notes coming soon. 

    • 11 Oct 2019
    • 13 Oct 2019
    • Lake Cachuma

    Save the date.  Trip notes coming soon.

Past events

20 Mar 2019 VENTURA! Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
16 Mar 2019 March Potluck - Oxnard
16 Mar 2019 Day Hike in Malibu - Sandstone Peak
9 Mar 2019 Day Hike in Santa Barbara - Rattlesnake Trail
1 Mar 2019 Gay-themed Movie Night - Alex Strangelove
20 Feb 2019 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
16 Feb 2019 Day Hike in Montecito - San Ysidro Trail
26 Jan 2019 Day Hike in Montecito - Romero Canyon Trail
25 Jan 2019 Gay-themed Movie Night - Handsome Devil
16 Jan 2019 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
29 Dec 2018 Christmas Party
28 Dec 2018 Gay-themed Movie Night - Billy Elliot
21 Dec 2018 Christmas Lights Trolley Tour
19 Dec 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
30 Nov 2018 Gay-themed Movie Night - Philadelphia
24 Nov 2018 Day Hike in Carpinteria - Franklin Trail
21 Nov 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social - Bring-a-Friend Night!
26 Oct 2018 Gay-themed Movie Night AND mini-Halloween Party
20 Oct 2018 Day Hike in Montecito
17 Oct 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social - Officer Elections!
12 Oct 2018 All-Chapter Conference
19 Sep 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
16 Sep 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Upstairs Inferno
6 Sep 2018 Morro Bay Car/RV Campout
18 Aug 2018 Ventura County Pride Festival
18 Aug 2018 Day Hike in Carpinteria
17 Aug 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Were the World Mine
15 Aug 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
20 Jul 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - B&B
18 Jul 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
4 Jul 2018 Independence Day Celebration
30 Jun 2018 Day Hike in Goleta
24 Jun 2018 GO/Prime Timers Potluck Picnic
20 Jun 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
15 Jun 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - God's Own Country
7 Jun 2018 El Capitan State Beach Campout
2 Jun 2018 Day Hike in Carpinteria
25 May 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - The Wedding Banquet
24 May 2018 Lopez Lake Camp Out
16 May 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
6 May 2018 Great Outdoors Hike Leader Training
20 Apr 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Flawless
18 Apr 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
12 Apr 2018 Big Sur Campout
21 Mar 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
17 Mar 2018 Day Hike/Potluck/Gay-Themed Movie Night - Birdcage
23 Feb 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Making Love
21 Feb 2018 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
16 Feb 2018 Yosemite Half Dome Village Tent Cabin Camp
19 Jan 2018 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Oriented
20 Dec 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
16 Dec 2017 Great Outdoors Christmas Party Potluck
8 Dec 2017 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Walk a Mile in My Pradas
17 Nov 2017 Gay-Themed Movie Night - Big Eden
15 Nov 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
28 Oct 2017 GO Halloween Party - Things that go Bump in the Night
21 Oct 2017 Beach Picnic with Flying Clubs
18 Oct 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
6 Oct 2017 Great Outdoors Annual Conference - Hosted by the Los Angeles Chapter
30 Sep 2017 Day Hike in Montecito
20 Sep 2017 Core Group Elections and Pizza Social!
18 Sep 2017 2018 Overnight Trip Planning Meeting
15 Sep 2017 Gay-themed Film and Discussion Night: "Pride"
14 Sep 2017 Pfieffer Big Sur State Park Campout
9 Sep 2017 Murphy Car Museum Visit
7 Sep 2017 Great Outdoors SB/VC Wheeler Gorge/Holiday Group Car Camp
1 Sep 2017 Santa Cruz Island Campout
26 Aug 2017 Santa Barbara Pride Festival
20 Aug 2017 Picnic/Potluck with Prime Timers
19 Aug 2017 Ventura County Beachside Pride Festival
18 Aug 2017 Gay-themed Film and Discussion Night: "Love! Valour! Compassion!"
16 Aug 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
5 Aug 2017 Day Hike in Montecito
21 Jul 2017 Gay-themed Film and Discussion Night: "Almost Normal"
19 Jul 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
8 Jul 2017 Day Hike at Carpinteria Beach
4 Jul 2017 July 4th Santa Barbara Fireworks Viewing
21 Jun 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
16 Jun 2017 Gay-themed Film and Discussion Night: "La Mission"
26 May 2017 Viva, Las Vegas!
19 May 2017 Gay-themed Film and Discussion Night: "Another Country"
18 May 2017 Pismo Beach Campout
17 May 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
11 May 2017 All Chapter Jamboree - Sage Hill Campground (Los Padres National Forest)
29 Apr 2017 Day Hike at Gaviota: Gaviota Peak and Trespass Trail
28 Apr 2017 Skyline-to-the-Sea Backpack (Confident Beginner/Intermediate)
25 Apr 2017 Community Spotlight: SB Rainbow Happy Hour
21 Apr 2017 Movie Night - The Trip
19 Apr 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
8 Apr 2017 Day Hike in Carpinteria; Franklin Trail
6 Apr 2017 Community Spotlight: First Thursday Diversity Collective Mixer
28 Mar 2017 Community Spotlight: SB Rainbow Happy Hour
24 Mar 2017 Movie Night - Letter to Anita
18 Mar 2017 Day Hike in Montecito; Cold Spring Trail
15 Mar 2017 Core Group Meeting and Pizza Social
4 Mar 2017 Day Hike in Montecito; San Ysidro Trail

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