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updated January 23, 2021

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Non-members are welcome to hike with us.
Cost:
Parking at some trailheads requires a pre-paid pass or a park entrance fee. If so, it will be noted in the hike description.
When car-pooling, please bring enough money to pay your share of the cost of gas.
On each hike, the club allows voluntary contributions at the rate of $5 per non-member.
Our event schedule changes frequently. If it seems out of date, re-load this page.
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Arizona Trailblazers,
I hope you are all doing well and finding ways to enjoy the great outdoors while we continue in this state of the pandemic.
The executive committee met on January 12 and agreed to keep the current guidelines in place with a couple of clarifications.
1.  Hikes are limited to groups of 10 people or less; however, there are ways to set up hikes where more hikers can be accommodated. We encourage hike leaders to be creative and use a co-leader, when possible, such as a loop hike where two groups are going in different directions.
2. No carpooling.
3. Set up a rendezvous point where everyone can meet and caravan to the trailhead. Especially when trailheads are not easy to find or there are long distances on forest roads to travel.
4. Continue practicing physical distancing. We encourage everyone to wear a mask when we meet at the trailhead and take group pictures.
5. If you are not feeling well, stay home.
During these times where we have limits on the number of participants, please be considerate of your commitment to joining a hike. Late cancellations or no shows take away spots from others. You should notify the hike leader at least 48 hours in advance if you are not able to make the hike. We understand things happen at the last minute or someone is not feeling well. In these cases, you should still contact the leader that morning to advise that you will not be there.
Lin Chao   
Jan 2 Alta-Bajada Loop South Mountain Chris Everett
5 Granite Mountain Scottsdale Carl Lunde
9 San Tan Loop Queen Creek Randall Greeley
12 Seitts Preserve Loop Cave Creek Billie Horn
16 Hieroglyphic/
Lost Goldmine
Superstitions Chuck Parsons
19 Club Meeting, 7:00 PM Zoom Lin Chao
23 Monument Canyon Superstitions Michael Humphrey
26 Phoenix Mountain Preserve Phoenix Neil Dennis
30 Garden Valley Archaelogy Superstitions Ted Tenny
31 Robber’s Roost Sedona Mark Purcell
Feb 3 Bush to Magic
Mountain
Userys John Scruggs
5 Table Top Mountain Casa Grande Chris Everett
6      
13 Mazatzal Peak Loop Mazatzals Randall Greeley
20      
21-26 Death Valley Hikes California Michael Humphrey
27      
Mar 6 Bulldog Canyon
Hike Leader Training
Goldfields Ted Tenny
13 Feathered Friends
Nature Walk
Chandler Randall Greeley
13      
16 Club Meeting, 7:00 PM Zoom Lin Chao
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