[CMCEmail] More PCT News....

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Fri Feb 7 10:37:07 EST 2014

There are a few of the club who have been active with the San Gorgonio
Wilderness Association (SGWA) and if you have you will know the answer to
this question: Who was the first woman to thru-hike the PCT?

The answer is: Teddi Boston in 1976 (Google her name) and she is still
active with the SGWA as the Volunteer Coordinator. If you go to the
volunteer training this year you will meet her as she runs around organizing

Just thought you should know.

Tom Sexton

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Subject: [CMCEmail] Reiner Stenzel PCT Talk, Wed Feb 12th at 7.30pm

Reiner Stenzel PCT Talk

The Caltech Alpine club is thrilled to host Caltech alumnus Reiner Stenzel.
He will be talking about thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) as part
of his retirement adventure scheme.

Reiner will describe what thru-hiking involves, why one would do it, who is
doing it, and what it has in common with mountaineering. Thru hikers have
their own culture and habits, formed by hiking for many months over
distances of a hundred marathons, climbing elevations of a dozen Mt
Everests, in climates of desert heat to freezing mountain storms. It can
have a profound experience on one's life.

Facebook Event <https://www.facebook.com/events/822881837728921/>

Trip Background - detailed trip report and photos

A huge thanks to the Caltech Y for helping us put on this great event for
the Caltech community!

Event Details

Time: 7:30pm on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.

Cost: Free, come earlier and chat mountains over snacks!

Place: Beckman Institute Auditorium, on Caltech campus. Parking is usually
easy on Pasadena streets in the evenings, and campus parking (in unmarked
spaces) is free after 5 pm. Note that this is not the Beckman Auditorium (or
wedding cake building), but rather the lecture theatre in the Beckman
Institute, about 100 feet to the west, past the gene pool.

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