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Beginner Friendly Snowshoeing in Taylor Meadows · Saturday, December 7th
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Start: Saturday, Dec. 7th
Pre-trip meeting: Friday, Dec. 6th, 4:00 pm
Pre-trip meeting location: via email
It's finals time for a lot of folks, and spending a whole weekend in the backcountry isn't always an option. But daytrips are!
This Saturday, I propose we take a break from all that studying and head up to Taylor Meadows to do some snowshoeing. This is a beginner friendly trip; it's ok if you have no winter hiking experience.
The only variable for this trip is that at least 3 people without cars need to sign up or 1 one person needs to sign up as a driver. It’s too expensive to rent a car for less than other 3 people.
Cost of renting a car for 3 people will be about $23. If we get 4 people it will be about $18. If someone else volunteers to drive, we'll have to ask them how much gas money they'd like :)
Assuming the trip works out, Here is the gear you will need:
1. Snowshoes & poles (available from Clubroom)
2. Hiking or mountaineering boots (available from Clubroom)
3. HEADLAMP. Beacuase daylight is so short now, you MUST have a headlamp. GET ONE
4. Warm clothes and ideally waterproof /snow pants or gaiters
5. Hat and gloves/mittens (waterproof gloves are better if you ave them)
6. Food & water
If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to shoot me an email. Hope to see you!