Backpackers' Pajama Party: The Olympics! Lake LaCrosse via Enchanted Valley and O'Neil Pass, and Seven Lakes Basin/High Divide loop

Don your onesie and slippers, grab a favorite beverage and some popcorn, and join your fellow backpackers in this sixth virtual trip in our series, this time along two more amazing backpacking routes in the Olympics! Free and open to the public but you must RSVP and then we will email you the zoom link to join.

Back by popular demand:  the sixth in our 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!

Dick Lambe will be back to share yet another amazing slide show, route details and logistics suggestions for two of his favorite  backpacking routes in the Olympics:  an out-and-back trip to  Lake LaCrosse via Enchanted Valley and O'Neil Pass, and the Seven Lakes Basin-High Divide Loop.   PLEASE RSVP TO THIS EVENT and then we will email you the zoom link to join the session.  When you're ready to join the session, click on  the 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.

Don't Miss These Upcoming Backpackers' Pajama Parties:

  • June 5:  Charles Grant will present a photo journey, maps, route details and logistics from his backpack on Section J of the Pacific Crest Trail from Snoqualmie Pass to Stevens, one of the most remote and diverse on the whole trail.
  • June 12:  Eileen Miller and Cheryl Talbert will tag-team to present two more of their favorite backpacking routes in Washington - The Chelan Summit trail, and the White Pass-Blue Lakes-Pilot Ridge loop. 

We're still looking for more presenters so contact Cheryl at to work out the details!

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