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Beginner Friendly Seymour Sunday · Sunday, September 8th

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Organized by: Roland Burton.

Start: Sunday, Sep. 8th, 8:00 am
Pre-trip meeting location: Beach BBQ?


Seymour, Sunday.  A hike or walk.  A bit of gentle rock climbing included if you wish.  This is beginner friendly.  Sunday should be gorgeous!  Go ahead and sign up on the trip organizing tool, though it is hardly necessary for such a short trip.    Need cars.  Hint, if you want a ride with somebody who has a car, like me, for instance, you can email them/me and ask for a ride, and then you will have one already and you don't need to hold your breath waiting to see if I can find you a ride. ** If you live out in the boonies, like Coquitlam, I'm not likely to drive out and get you.  I live at Dunbar and 38th.

Beginner friendly.  Low output (back well before dark). 

Technical equipment needed:  Shoes of some sort, or boots if you own them.  A day pack with your lunch, water bottle, a sweater.  If you want, you can bring maps, navigation tools, whistles, bells (for the bear), and perhaps a quagga, but all this stuff is optional. 

No pre-trip meeting for this, as it's pretty simple, but if you have any questions, email me or phone me or talk to me at the BBQ this (Wed) evening.

Posted: 2013-09-04 09:13:31
Last modified: 2013-09-07 17:41:43