The Sierra Club was
formed by John Muir, and others of similar
passion, to take people outdoors, “up into the mountains, to
hear their good tidings.” The best way to get people
involved in the never ending job of protecting our wild
places is still to get them outdoors - to see, smell, taste,
sense, and feel nature - mild and harsh - all of it.
Only by truly feeling for the land can we fully appreciate
The diversity of the outings program includes easy hikes in
local parks, hiking, canoeing, backpacking, cross-country
skiing, camping, wildflower stalking, birding,
wilderness trips, and more. The programs are designed to
attract everyone to at least one activity each year.
We do ask for a $1 donation per person on day hikes to help
offset our committee expenses; weekend outings are more –
contact the trip leader for cost details.
All participants in Sierra Club outings are required
to sign a
waiver. It is recommended
that you read the liability waiver before participating
in an outing.
Outings codes: [C]
Conservation; [E] educational; [R]
- Restaurant Stop; [T] Trail Work; and [W]
- Weather permitting, call if questionable.