Announcements

Trip Leader Workshop!!

Stephanie Roatis

Tired of getting waitlisted over and over again??? Just wanna send it with other outdoor enthusiasts all the friggin time??!? The best way to get on trips is to lead ’em, folks! Come hang out with me and learn the ins/outs of trip leading with the club, and get automatically activated by yours truly! ***If you’re new to the outdoors, …

What Knot to Wear

Charles Romero

Many of us probably just get by when it comes to knots. Perhaps you just keep fumbling around until the rope does what you want it to. Several of the officers have put their heads together and come up with what we think are the 10 most useful knots to know. This “adventure” will be more of a workshop, held …

Awesome Wilderness Survival Speaker!

Caroline O'Dwyer

Hey guys! A friend of mine told me about an event coming up that I think a lot of people might be interested in – it’s a talk on wilderness survival tips & myths, given by an expert in the field who is being flown in from Washington State. Read on if you’re interested! (No need to RSVP/sign up for …

Snowshoe Season Passes for $249….Not $500!!

Lindsay Jamerson

SO change of plans. Our Snowshoe rep thought (and I agreed) that this will be much less hassle if this year, we don’t do the passes in person but rather send in all our information through mail and online. That way, we can also extend the deadline so you don’t have to come up with $249 in a week. There …

Snowshoe Season Pass for $219….Yeah, Not $500

Lindsay Jamerson

I’m just announcing this again because I don’t want ANYone to miss out on this sick, sick deal! Hey folks, Last year was a HUGE success with the Snowshoe pass. We were up at the mountain most every weekend with most trips costing around $20-30 bucks for food and lodging for the whole weekend. It was cheaper for me to …

Snowshoe Season Pass for $200… That’s Right, Not $500

Chris Chin

UPDATE FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT MAKE THE 14th AT THE BOTTOM Alright peoples, Last year was a HUGE success with the Snowshoe pass. We were up at the mountain most every weekend with most trips costing around $20-30 bucks for food and lodging for the whole weekend. It was cheaper for me to stay and ride a weekend in Snowshoe, …

Trail Construction

Sophie Johnson

Everyone will be working with volunteers from the Nature Conservancy for some good ole trail building. It should be an awesome day for being outside, and Fortune’s Cove sounds really cool. side note— I’m not going to be able to go to it – other groups at UVA are planning/attending the workday, and there should be plenty of great people …