If you would like to know more about an activity, hold your cursor over that activity for a brief description or click once on that listing for more information, location, and contact info.
You can customize your search by date, activity type, or difficulty by clicking “Customize these results.”
Would you prefer to see a map of activities? Click on “Map View” above the calendar. Please note, not all outings are shown on the map; locations shown are approximate. Contact the leader for specific location information.
You can also view activities in “List View” – to sort activities in this view, click on the column header. If you enter your address in the box at the top of the calendar, you can sort by distance.
NOTE: You must contact the leader for more information and to sign up for an outing.
Outings are rated for degree of difficulty and risk by the leader. As
a guideline, outings are classified as follows: "A" More than 16 miles
or more than 3,000 feet elevation change. "B" 8 to 16 miles and between
1,500- 3,000 feet elevation change "C" 3 to 8 miles, 500 to 1,500 feet.
"D" Less than 3 miles and 500 feet.
RT means round trip; OW means one way; EC means total elevation change;
Name of city after the date means city of origin of the group hiking.
Trip leader has absolute authority to question trip participants as
to their equipment,conditioning and experience before and during the
SIERRA CLUB RESTRICTIONS: NO FIREARMS, RADIOS OR PETS.
Sierra Club liability covers leaders only.
Each person is responsible for his or her own first aid equipment.
If you are injured, notify the leader immediately.
If you leave the trip, with or without the leaders permission, you
are considered to be on your own until you rejoin the group.
Hikers are encouraged to carpool and share the driver's fuel expense.
Suggested compensation is 5 cents per mile.
Outings are by reservation; call the leader early. Group limit is
Donations are accepted from all participants at $1.00 per member,
and $3.00 per nonmember. Money is collected by the leader and deposited
with the sponsoring group treasurer.
For more information, contact: Beverly Full, 480-595-2306, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Inner City Outings Program provides opportunities for people, primarily inner city youth, to experience wilderness and nature in a way that they rarely can in an urban environment. The program partners with non-profit agencies who serve these communities.
We hope that by building a relationship with nature for these special people, we will spark a love for the out-of-doors that will ultimately help to protect these areas for future generations.
This web site, created by Tucson hiker and Sierra Club trip leader Andy
Flach, is a guide to some of the trails around Tucson. The hike descriptions
include directions to the trailhead, pictures, detailed trail directions,
and summary information such as total distance and elevation change.
America's public lands and wilderness need your support, and hands-on teamwork
is a great way to give something back. For more information visits Sierra
Club's National Outings page.
Sierra Club, Grand Canyon Chapter, 202 E. McDowell Rd, Suite 277, Phoenix, AZ 85004, (602) 253-8633