Backpackers' Pajama Party:  The North Cascades, Copper Ridge and Devil's Dome loops

Backpackers' Pajama Party: The North Cascades, Copper Ridge and Devil's Dome loops

Don your onesie and slippers, grab a favorite beverage and some popcorn, and join your fellow backpackers in this virtual trip along a favorite backpacking route in the North Cascades! Free and open to the public, but you must RSVP to this event in advance and the zoom link will be emailed to you (watch your junk mail!)
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Here by popular demand:  the second in a series of virtual online pajama parties for Mountaineers backpackers and anyone else who loves to learn about or drool over pictures from the best backpacking routes in our fine state!   Put on your comfy jammies, grab a beverage and snack, and join us from 7 to 8:30 for slides, route info and details on how to plan your own trip!

This event will feature backpacker extraordinare Dick Lambe with a slide show, route details and logistics suggestions for two fabulous loop trips on the PCT in the North Cascades:  the Copper Ridge loop from Hannegan Pass, and the Devil's Dome loop around Jack Mountain above Ross Lake.   PLEASE RSVP TO THIS EVENT - the zoom link will then be emailed to you beginning Thursday (no later than 5PM Friday).  When you're ready to join the session, click on the event link.   To see the photos and maps, you'll need to log on from a desktop or laptop computer or install the zoom app on your smartphone.

Upcoming North Cascades Backpackers' PJ Parties - mark them on your calendar!

May 1, 7-8:30:  Tim Nair and Eileen Miller will share photos and planning details for the Spider Gap loop and the Cascade Pass-Pelton Basin-Sahale Glacier  route.

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