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Beginner Friendly Elfin Lakes! Study Friendly · Sat. Oct. 24th - Sun. Oct. 25th

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Organized by: Emily Kuang.

Start: Saturday, Oct. 24th
End: Sunday, Oct. 25th
Pre-trip meeting: Wednesday, Oct. 21st, 5:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: VOC Club room

Description:

*Group size is NOT capped at 10 sorry! My bad, I moved the trip date and forgot to change it. Size will depend on drivers; come to the pre-trip if you are interested!*

Midterms and deadlines are rolling in, I know. But what if we went away and studied at the same time? Elfin Lakes is about 600 m elevation and 10 K one way. In addition to there being a very beautiful lake, there will also be a very beautiful solar powered hut in which we can study. Of course, you don't have to study. 

 

 

 

Winter is coming, so it will be cold. If you have a waterproof jacket, a reasonable tent, maybe a tarp, and loads of sweaters and an sleeping bag rated to 0 or negative degrees, you should be OK. 

There is no rain in the forecast as of right now.

At least one car and one driver will be needed. The car should probably not be a dying small car, as the road up is winding and not flat. 

 

Posted: 2015-10-06 22:19:36
Last modified: 2015-10-20 21:37:45