Teton Group Outing Schedule 2012
Get outdoors and explore with the Teton Group! Saturday, Monday, and backpacking trips are listed below. The Teton Group also has Wednesday evening conditioning hikes during the summer. Please contact Doug at (307) 733-7288 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a schedule of these Wednesday evening conditioning hikes.
When you call the hike leader for details you will be instructed as to what you need to bring, meeting location and time. As much as possible, The Sierra Club encourages car pooling.
We generally limit our group size to 12 people. If a snow shoe/ski is scheduled, it will automatically become a hike if there is no snow. All outings are free. Donations to drivers are appreciated. We are excited about our new schedule and looking forward to seeing you on our outings!
Become an Outings Leader
Share your favorite hikes with others by becoming an outings leader. All Sierra Club members can become an outings leader; it's simple! Take the Sierra Club Outing Leader Training and get First Aid/CPR certified. For more information about becoming a hike leader contact Doug at (307) 733-7288 or email@example.com.
Sat, Sep 29
Moose Falls (via Flagg Ranch)
This hike is from Flagg Ranch to Moose Falls in Yellowstone National Park. The hike is along the Snake River and is 8 miles with minor elevation gain.
Sat, Oct 6
Hermitage Point - Grand Teton National Park
Join us on a wonderful hike down Hermitage Point in Grand Teton National Park. This hike is 9 miles over easy terrain at a moderate pace. Great scenery and mountain views.
Sat, Oct 13
Enjoy a pleasant autumn hike by String and Leigh Lakes on our way to Bear Paw Lake. The hike is 9miles over easy terrain at a slow to moderate pace. A nice fall stroll in the Park.
Sat, Oct 20
Colter Bay to Jackson Lake Lodge
A relaxing 5 mile hike from Colter Bay to Jackson Lake Lodge will go by Swan Lake, through meadows, and across Pilgrim Creek and winding up at the Lodge. The terrain is mostly flat and the pace will be moderate.
Sat, Oct 27
Nearest City: Jackson, Wyoming
Depending on the closure area as a result of the Horsethief Canyon Fire, we will hike Wilson Canyon to view the area. This hike is 4 to 6 miles at a moderate pace and terrain. Before joining this hike, please contact the outing leader.