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If you see a trip you want to go on or would like more information about, email the trip leader well before the trip date, no later than the Wednesday night before the trip. Trips occasionally fill up -- email early! Be sure to send your phone number in the email. The trip leader will then phone you and discuss the trip with you. You must receive an okay from the trip leader before being "signed up" for the trip.

If you cancel after the food has been bought or don't show, you may be charged for your share of the food. Weekend trips usually gather Friday night at the respective cabin and return Sunday evening.

If you are car-pooling, make certain that you have made detailed arrangements with the trip leader and your riders or the driver, respectively. Be ready at the time agreed upon and make sure you have each other's phone numbers to give notice if there are any problems or delays. Drivers and riders settle the donation for gas to their mutual satisfaction, usually about $15-20 for the round trip.

See the Cabins page for more information about what to expect on a trip.

BYOL=Bring Your Own Lunch is now the default for trips. Leaders will specify if they are providing lunches.


Sub Sig Cabin Trips


JUN 8-10 Catherine Cantrell backpackingranny1@gmail.com or Bob Asch/ basch247@gmail.com Alpine flowers ---Alpine Garden via Lion's Head, stopping to watch Tuckerman Ravine skiiers

JUN 13-15 2018 Brittney Kleinfelter: brittney@theoutslope.com Trail Maintenance / Work Weekend: cabin open to members participating in trail maintenance only. Participants stay and eat free.

JUN 22-24 Brian J. Glenn (brianjglenn at gmail dot com) It's summer, come up and hike!

JUL 20-22 Brian J. Glenn (brianjglenn at gmail dot com) Hiking something, somewhere

JUL 27-29 brian witkov 978 5354263 animalhc@aol.com This weekend is a family oriented trip. 2 Breakfasts of course and dinner on Saturday pm. We will do modest hikes on Saturday and Sunday Others are always invited. Note: there will be kids between 5 and 12 years of age and food will be oriented toward kids.

AUG 03-05 Brittney Kleinfelter, brittney@theoutslope.com DYOT/HYOH. Leader has trail maintenance responsibilities to manage in Franconia region. If you're working on your 48x4 or Trailwrights, you're welcome to join for a day (or two) of maintenance to log additional hours.

AUG 31-SEP 3 Brittney Kleinfelter, brittney@theoutslope.com Birthday Celebration! Pending weather, we'll aim for the Presi's one day,

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