Hello all hopeful XC skiers
We now have confirmation on all our trip dates from the Park Service and Yosemite Conservancy. We will be getting the newsletter with trip details, costs, and application out shortly. But here are the dates so you can mark you calendars and do your planning. And spread the word to friends and aquintances that might like to join in.
FIRST SKI will take place on the weekend of January 15-17, 2016 at the Falcon’s Nest in Yosemite West.
Yosemite Peregrine may also be available.
GLACIER POINT TRIPS - 10 spaces each trip
Glacier Point 1, 1 night. February 6 - 7; in on Saturday, out on Sunday
Glacier Point 2, 2 nights February 26 - 28; in on Friday, out on Sunday
OSTRANDER HUT TRIP - 15 spaces
February 12 to 15, 3 nights, in on Friday, out on Monday
TUOLUMNE MEADOWS TURNAROUND - 8 spaces
March 11-15, 4 nights, in on Friday, out on Tuesday
TRANSSIERRA - 8 spaces
March 18-22, 4 nights, in on Friday, out on Tuesday
Hello all Yosemite Cross Country Winter Clubbers Here are the dates we have selected for this coming season's trips. We are sending a "save the date" so people can have advance notice for planning your calendars.
The usual newsletter will come out in November with the application and trip details.
There's snow in the mountains. And the skis are rattling in the cabinet. Ski season is upon us.
We have confirmation on the trips for the 2013 season and all the caches are in. It's "the usual" set of great trips -- an overnight to scenic Glacier Point, a two-nighter at Glacier Point, a three-night trip to the congenial Ostrander Ski Hut, and the four-night Trans-Sierra tour.
Special thanks to all those who took in the caches, with a particular hip-hip-hoorah for Mark and Betsy Blume for putting it all together, as well as getting the last of the stuff into the Glacier Point cabins.
Here's the schedule for the 2013 season:
January 19-20: First Ski at the Pitts' Peregrine or Falcon's Nest in Yosemite West (7509 Henness Circle).
February 2-3: Glacier Point I
February 15-18: Ostrander Ski Hut
March 1-3: Glacier Point II
March 20-24: Trans-Sierra tour
Greetings to all.
We are hoping everyone is doing well and anticipating a great ski season. We wanted to let everyone know that First Ski. potluck and Section meeting is scheduled for the weekend of January 19/20 at the Pitts' Yosemite Peregrine in Yosemite West. We are still wating on the final word from the NPS and Yosemite Conservancy on the trip dates. Once we have those nailed down, we will be sending out the Cross Country Section newsletter with trip details and application. More details to come. And do your snow dance in the meantime.
Terry and Melinda
Yosemite Winter Club Cross Country Section
916 454 5937 home 916 802-5848 cell
Hello All, here at last are the YWCXC Newsletter and trip application for the 2012 ski season!! As always please share the Newsletter with prospective members and XC ski enthusiasts, we are always looking to attract new members to join in the fun. The deadline for the application with trip fee is December 31.
A big THANK YOU to all of the volunteers who retrieved caches over the summer, and to everyone who showed up at Mark and Betsy's to shop and pack the caches for the new season.
We hope to see lots of you at First Ski on January 21-22.
Download the XC News Letter> 2012 XCNewsletter 11-13-11.pdf
Download the Trip Application> 2012 Trip Application.pdf
Here are the application form and trip newsletter for the 2011 cross country ski season. As you'll see from the attachment, this season we will have two outings to the Glacier Point cabin, one mid-week trip to the Ostrander Hut, and our traditional Trans-Sierra ski tour. The season will kick-off with the First Ski potluck at the Pitts' house in Yosemite West.
Remember to join the main Yosemite Winter Club and send in your signed release form to the Yosemite Winter Club, as well as turning in your trip application to us.
Please send us your trip application by December 31, 2010.
Please send the YWC dues directly to the YWC, or pay online.
Drop us a line if you have any questions. We hope to see you on the trail.
Terry and Melinda Rivasplata