08/25/2016 – Rendezvous Ridge

Lee Helzer will lead "Rendezvous Ridge" with a duration of 3 hours somewwhere in JBER.

Epic moved to baldy trailhead off skyline rd. Due to live fire.

 

Meet at 6:30 pm in the pull out just before the parking lot at the end of Arctic Valley Road. We will head up to Rendezvous Peak then take the ridge back to exceptional berry picking.  After our mouths are blue and bellies full we’ll descend towards Ship Creek and catch a trail maintained by the local moose and bear population.

See 2015 http://www.epicruns.org/?epics=rendezvous-ridge-3

08/27/2015 – Rendezvous Ridge

Lee Helzer will lead "Rendezvous Ridge" with a duration of 3 hours somewwhere in JBER.

Meet at 6:30 pm in the pull out just before the parking lot at the end of Arctic Valley Road. We will head up to Rendezvous Peak then take the ridge back to exceptional berry picking.  After our mouths are blue and bellies full we’ll descend towards Ship Creek and catch a trail maintained by the local moose and bear population.

See 8/21/2014 – Rendezvous Ridge

08/21/2014 – Rendezvous Ridge

Lee Helzer will lead "Rendezvous Ridge" with a duration of 2.5 hours somewwhere in JBER.

Meet at 6:30 pm in the pull out just before the parking lot at the end of Arctic Valley Road. We will head up to Rendezvous Peak then take the ridge back to exceptional berry picking.  After our mouths are blue and bellies full we’ll descend towards Ship Creek and catch a trail maintained by the local moose and bear population.

See 08/22/2013 – Rendezvous Ridge

11/22/2012 – Wild Turkeys

Rob DeVelice will lead "Wild Turkeys" with a duration of 3 hours somewwhere in JBER.

Meet at 11 am (note earlier time than usual) at the Snow Hawk parking
area on the right about 1.5 miles up Arctic Valley Road from the Glenn
Highway. The route will be on Fort Richardson so you will need an
iSportman permit to participate. Sign in on November 22 to access training
areas 428 and 427 . We will head up the Snowhawk Trail on a figure 9
route. Bring traction devices as there are ice sections on the trail.