08/10/2017 – Rabbit High Route

Jesse Gobeli will lead "Rabbit High Route" with a duration of 4.5 hours somewwhere in The Chugach Front Range.

Meet at 6:15 p.m. at the intersection of Upper DeArmoun and Canyon roads.  We will carpool to the Rabbit Lakes Trailhead for a 6:30 start.  We will take the main trail to the lake and then ascend the north ridge, scramble along the ridge until we can descend to Powerline Pass, and then follow the trail over Ptarmigan Pass back to the start.

07/27/2017 – Old Stump Road

Jesse Gobeli will lead "Old Stump Road" with a duration of 4.5 hours somewwhere in Turnagain Arm.

Meet at 6:30 p.m. at the Konikson Road trailhead in Bird Valley.  We will head up the main trail past the bridge over Penguin Creek, then we will detour into the forest, cross Penguin Creek and the old stump road, and ascend through hemlock forests towards Penguin Peak.

07/13/2017 – McHugh Roundabout

E. Marquez will lead "McHugh Roundabout" with a duration of 4.5 hours somewwhere in The Chugach Front Range.

Meet at 6:15 at the corner of Upper DeArmoun and Canyon Roads.  We will carpool to the trailhead.  We will proceed on the main trail for about a mile, then bushwhack down the hill and cross the creek. We will head to McHugh Peak, then follow the ridgeline to Rabbit Lake and return on the main trail.

06/22/2017 – South and North Suicides

E. Marquez will lead "South and North Suicides" with a duration of 4.5 hours somewwhere in The Chugach Front Range.

Meet at 6:15 p.m. at the intersection of Upper DeArmoun and Canyon Roads.  We will carpool to the Rabbit Lakes trailhead.   We will proceed to the lakes, then ascend the west ridge of South Suicide, proceed across Windy Gap to North Suicide, and then return via Hauser’s Gulley.

12/31/2015 – Dickey-Bird!

Jesse Gobeli will lead "Dickey-Bird!" with a duration of 4.5 hours somewwhere in Turnagain Arm.

Meet at the Bird Creek Trailhead at the end of Konikson Rd at 8:30 a.m. (Note earlier time than usual).  We will ascend Dickey Bird peak through a combination of trail, bushwhacking, route-finding, and ridge scrambling.  Microspikes recommended.