The Newspaper of the San Francisco Bay Chapter

Sunrise at Yosemite © Dennis Sheridan




Sierra Club Yodeler
ISSN 8750-5681
Published bi-monthly by the
San Francisco Bay Chapter
Sierra Club


Calendar of Events

(The online Calendar may have updated events and activites)

Regional groups' events and activities

What is a group?

Delta Group

Marin Group

Camels on the road to Pushkar. Photo by Al Greening
Mount Diablo Group

Northern Alameda Group

San Francisco Dinners

The Highams at the Great Wall
Thursday, January 21 "From the Alps to the Amazon - 52 weeks, 28 Countries, Five Continents, One Family"

Golden eagle and camels in Mongolia. Photo by Art Ginbel
Thursday, February 18 "A Spontaneous Crossing of the East: Traveling Light and Local from the Himalaya to Chernobyl"

East Bay Dinners

Archeological excavation at Ano Nuevo
Thursday, January 28: "California Indians and Archaeology: Looking at the Past, Thinking of the Future"

A view of Bryce Canyon in Utah. Photo by Wast Bay Dinner speaker Doug Prose.
Thursday, February 25: "The American West: Wild, Restless, and Exotic"

Learn Wilderness First Aid,
Come to a special all-day class in Wilderness First Aid sponsored by the Sierra Club Bay Chapter Activities Committee.

Skeleton Glade in Snow Mountain Wilderness (Mendocino County). Photo by Bob McLaughlin
Western Wilderness Conference approaches
The Western Wilderness Conference 2010 will bring together grassroots wilderness advocates from all the western states.

Beginners' Backpack course field trip to Point Reyes. Photo by Thomas Meisner.
Beginners Backpack course: learn the basics of backcountry travel
Learn how to travel safely and comfortably with only a pack on your back during the annual Beginner's Backpack course.

Mount Diablo Group and Sierra Singles: Annual beginner hikes
Diane Smith is leading a series of progressively more difficult hikes to introduce the beginning hiker to the rewards of hiking.

Island-hopping in Channel Islands National Park
The wild, windswept islands of Channel Islands National Park abound with wildlife - plants, animals, and birds - some known only here.

Trips to the desert
Among the greatest natural wonders of California are our vast and varied deserts.

Clean Power, Healthy Communities
A regional conference of the Local Clean Energy Alliance.


© 2010 San Francisco Sierra Club Yodeler