Southern Arizona Hiking Club

Hiking the Mountains, Canyons & Trails of Southern Arizona for Over 50 Years

Current scheduled eHikes

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eHike: Mt. GlennMonday, February 2, 2015
eHike: AZT Passage #6 for RoxannaMonday, February 2, 2015
eHike: AZT Passages 8&9(Partial)Wednesday, February 4, 2015
eHike: Arizona Trail Celebration - rescheduleThursday, February 12, 2015
eHike:Tucson Mountains Mining ArastaSaturday, February 14, 2015

Reschedule of a celebration hike for the Arizona Trail

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Come help me celebrate my completion of Arizona Trail Passages 1 through 20 by hiking 5.4 miles on passage 5 (an out-and-back hike).  Gary Fabiano and I will co-guide a hike between Box Canyon and Oak Tree Canyon crossings that will complete my 368.4 miles of the Arizona Trail from the Mexican border at monument #102 at the start of passage 1 to the end of passage 20 at Pigeon Springs trailhead.  All hikers are welcome.  Expect an easy pace and a fun hike with (celebratory) refreshments at the end.  All hikers earn 2.7 miles on the Arizona Trail and a hearty thanks for joining Gary and me for this event.

John Ohm




 

Arizona Trail Celebration 1/30/15

Come help me celebrate my completion of Arizona Trail Passages 1 through 20 by hiking 5.4 miles on passage 5 (an out-and-back hike). Gary Fabiano and I will co-guide a hike between Box Canyon and Oak Tree Canyon crossings that will complete my 368.4 miles of the Arizona Trail from the Mexican border at monument #102 at the start of passage 1 to the end of passage 20 at Pigeon Springs trailhead. All hikers are welcome. Expect an easy pace and a fun hike with (celebratory) refreshments at the end. All hikers earn 2.7 miles on the Arizona Trail and a hearty thanks for joining Gary and me for this event.  Members may check the Current Hikes page for meeting place and time.

Jon Ohm

eHike Notifications

The new design of the SAHC website does not allow emailing of the Hike Submission form.  The same Hike Submission form is used for eHikes and Bulletin hikes, when submitted the hike information is submitted to a hike database.  One key advantage of this design is members now only have to look in one location on the website for Current Hikes.  Technically there are no eHikes, all hikes are now Current Hikes.  It was decided that the word eHike would precede the title of the hike to make it easier for members to view hikes that are not printed in the Bulletin.  As a result of the new design eHike Notifications can no longer be sent out.  To make sure you do not miss any hikes you may be interested in please check the Current Hikes page on a regular basis.  To view eHikes only you may do a custom hike search by entering the word eHikes in the hike title field, only Current Hikes with eHike in the Hike Title will be returned.