Seattle Nomads Camping & Climbing Trip

Youth activity: Nomads

Seattle Nomads Camping & Climbing Trip - Smith Rock

Join us for a weekend of car camping!

  • Moderate
  • Casual
  • Mileage: 7.0 mi
  • Elevation Gain: 1,100 ft
  • FULL, 6 on waitlist (3 capacity)
  • 2 (3 capacity)
  • FULL, 6 on waitlist (6 capacity)
  • Cancellation & Refund Policy

TBD

The Nomads will spend the weekend car camping and climbing!

IMPORTANT INFO

  • Trip Sheet: Trip Sheet will be posted within the 2 weeks prior to the trip.
  • Parking: [Any parking passes needed?]
  • Carpool: [Link from groupcarpool.com]
  • Weather: [Link Wunderground, NOAA, and/or other weather forecasts]
  • Road Conditions: [note if 4WD or high clearance vehicle required/recommended; link WSDOT reports for passes; link Mt. Rainier Twitter if heading to Paradise, etc]
  • Guests: If spots are still available one week prior to the trip, email [NAME] to request that a friend or sibling be able to join.
  • Land Acknowledgement: We will be recreating on the lands/waters of the Pacific Northwest Indian Tribes, including the [peoples with ancestral lands where we are - use this map to determine], who live here and steward these lands and waters as they have since time immemorial. The Seattle Mountaineers Youth Clubs encourage you to recreate mindfully and respectfully on our upcoming trip to these native lands.

BORROWING GEAR?

REQUEST GEAR BY [ADD DATE]

  • Climbing gear: Let the trip leader know
  • Other gear: Submit your request to the gear library
Route/Place
Roster
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

CLIMBING GEAR CHECKOUT:

  • date and time here
  • date and time here

CLIMBING GEAR RETURN:

  • date and time here
  • date and time here

CLOTHES: PACK FOR WARM CONDITIONS DURING THE DAY

  • Clothes for adventuring during the day (layers)
    • Clothes for at camp in the evening (slightly warmer because it’ll cool down in the evening)
  • Sun Protection: sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, sun shirt, etc.
  • Day pack
  • Hiking Boots
  • Camp Shoes (optional) 

CLIMBING GEAR (CAN BORROW):

  • Climbing shoes
  • Harness
  • Helmet
  • Belay device
  • Shoes for hiking to the crag

CAMPING ITEMS:

  • Personal mess kit including: plate/bowl, utensils, cup
  • Camp chair
  • Tent (can be borrowed from the Mountaineers with advance notice)
  • Sleeping bag/pad (can be borrowed from the Mountaineers with advance notice)
  • Pillow (we’re car camping; might as well be comfy!)
  • Toiletries (restrooms available at campsite)
  • Headlamp/flashlight with extra batteries
  • Face mask(s)
  • Hand Sanitizer

FOOD FOR YOURSELF/FAMILY (OR GROUP MEALS): 

    • Breakfast: (x1)
    • Lunch: (x2)
    • Dinner: (x1)
    • Snacks: enough for both Saturday and Sunday
  • Water: 2 liters per person per day minimum 

If you'd like to borrow non-climbing gear, please submit your request to the gear library.

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