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San Jose, California
July 3-5, 2008
Sequoia Retreat, Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia Retreat

!! NOTE !! The Fourth of July retreat in Sequoia National Park is full. If you have not paid then you are no longer signed up to go. There is a possibility that we may have cancellations but we have a 5 person waiting list for cancellations. You are welcome to join us on the hikes but we don't know of any nearby accomadations that are available for camping.
Contact our treasurer Diane T.
at (831) 462-0262 dianet@wildrecovery.org to inquire abot cancellations or the waiting list.

The Place


Get ready for another "Kick A" retreat back in Sequoia National Park. We are camping at Dorst Campground. Both hikes will be awesome. I've picked a later date in summer to reach some higher altitudes and "knock your socks off" views of the great western divide. Get there Thursday night if possible.


Getting There

Directions: From San Jose: Drive to Fresno & take 180 to Kings Canyon/Sequoia. Head South to Sequoia National Park
and the Dorst Campground. Limit is 40 people so sign up early. Try to carpool to save on the Park entrance fee.
Drive Time 5 Hours - Camping $10, $20 to enter park- Dogs Not Allowed


Walking the Walk

Friday we'll be hiking on the High Sierra Trail with viewgasms of the Great Western Divide. Saturday we will hike past the watchtower with a 2,000 foot drop. We will pass three high elevation lakes on the same trail. Hikes will start early so don't plan on driving up and going on a hike.


Friday Hike: Level: 3- Miles: 9. - Elevation 800'
Sat. Hike: Level: 4- Miles: 11 - Elevation 2500' - Host: Tom D.

Know Before You Go

RECOMMENDED:
For Camping; Bring all food in containers to store in bear boxes. NO FOOD can be left in vehicles. It can get cold at night so be prepared.
For Hiking; Bring water, sunscreen and wear layers.



Itinerary Sequoia July 3-5, 2008 :
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