Stewardship - Shi Shi Beach


Stewardship - Shi Shi Beach

Help Washington CoastSavers Clean-Up Shi-Shi on Earth Day 2019!

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  • Easy/Moderate
  • Easy
  • Mileage: 8.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 200 ft

Meet at Hobuck Beach Resort at 9:45AM on April 20th.

After signing in and getting trash bags, we'll jam in more tightly and pool to Shi-Shi.

Carpooling  from the metro area recommended due the distance (130 miles)

Kitsap Scramble students have priority on half of the available slots (10) until  15 April.

 Hobuck Beach Resort usually waives camping fees for Earthday Cleanup. I plan on car-camping there on Friday night.

Dress for the weather.  Gardening  gloves  work well.

Bring a hearty lunch, and plenty of water. A hot drink is nice if it's raining.

Bring old large backpack, or a way to haul stuff. I usually put a large trashbag inside my 70L pack and fill the backpack. You're encouraged to tie\lash\binner\strap as much as you can carry. 

More info coming ...


participants will earn:


Washington CoastSavers Beach Cleanup

  • Green Trails Olympic Coast Beaches No. 99S

    Custom Correct North Olympic Coast

    Custom Correct South Olympic Coast
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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

The Ten Essentials

Boots, knives for cutting  rope,  work gloves and eye protection are recommended.

Bring a hearty lunch, and plenty of water. A hot drink is nice if it's raining.

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