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AVAC’s Blazing Trails in October

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Looking to share in some outdoor adventures with other like-minded individuals? We’ve got the answer!
The AVAC® Hike Club is open to All AVAC® members as well as their friends and family.

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When | 1st Sunday of each month at 9 am

Where | We’ll meet at various hiking trail heads throughout the San Jose South Bay Area, specifically hiking trails within an 8-mile vicinity of AVAC®

Details | Destination will be determined prior to the day of each hike. Meet up time is 9 am, the hike will start promptly at 9:10 am. Please plan accordingly 🙂

RSVP | It’s easy! Simply email Becky Smothermon or any hike leader.


Next Hike:

Sunday, October 2 @ 9 am
Quicksilver Hike – meet at the McAbee entrance. We will be hiking the Mine Hill Rd./ Senador Mine Trail Loop. It is about a 2.5 mile loop and should take about an hour give or take. Expect a good amount of rolling hills to keep our heart rates up and feel free to bring your dogs although they must stay on leash at all times. Don’t forget to bring water! Lead by Sheena Dinga, Team AVAC®.

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About Sheena:
“Hiking is something that has been a good part of my adult life. I mostly love standing on top of any mountain and looking down. The main area I currently hike is the Santa Teresa hills because they are basically my backyard, but some of my favorite past hikes have been the Flattops Wilderness in Colorado, Sky Lakes in Oregon, and Mt Shasta. I am certified in Advanced First Aid which always makes for a safer hike 🙂 I look forward to seeing you all out there!”

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Author: stephdoty

Almaden Valley Athletic Club®

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