The club offer hikes of varying difficulty levels, from easy flat walks around to park to long hikes with lots of elevation gain. Just know your limits, and choose hikes with a difficulty level that that you're comfortable with.
Unless the hike description says otherwise, the majority club hikes do not require a reservation. Simply show up at the designated meeting spot just prior to the designated meeting time to meet the guide and sign in for the hike.
The starting time for hikes can vary depending on a variety of factors. But as a rule of thumb, hotter summer months, long driving distances, and long hiking distances generally equate to earlier start times.
If you look at our calendar, you'll see that we have hikes every month, including the summer months. We may start hikes a little earlier or a little higher so that it's cooler, but we still have hikes nonetheless.
Other than a good pair of hiking boots or hiking shoes, water! We live in a desert and the majority of the hiking locations in our state have little or no potable water sources. If you expect to be out all day, or expect the temperatures to be high, then bring extra. It's always better to have extra water than it is to run out when you need it. Some of the other items that you can bring on a hike are the following:
Besides the comraderie of making new friends, you'll also have the benefit of safety in numbers. If say you run out water or accidentally twist your ankle, then someone can give you extra water or go and seek out help. Can't do that when you're solo hiking.
After you've logged into the members area, you can find your member number in the following locations:
Once you've logged into the members area, click on your name in the upper right and select Settings. On that page, you can view the expiration date of all members in your household.
If you have a question that's not answered here, then please contact us. We're more than happy to answer any questions that you may have.