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Area hiking clubs

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

BigBear's post

There are quite a few hiking clubs in the region. In fact, there is a listing of the Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs (FWOC):

2016 Member Clubs and Organizations

  • Angora Hiking Club
  • California Alpine Club
  • California State Park Rangers Association (CSPRA)
  • Cascadians
  • Chemeketans
  • Chinook Trail Association
  • Contra Costa Hills Club
  • Friends of Mt. Hood
  • Friends of Nevada Wilderness
  • Friends of the Columbia Gorge
  • Great Old Broads for Wilderness
  • Hobnailers
  • Indian Creek Botanical Mission
  • Klahhane Club
  • Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center
  • Mazamas
  • Montana Wilderness Association
  • Mt. St. Helens Club
  • Nature Friends
  • Obsidians
  • Olympians
  • Oregon Nordic Club
  • Santiam Alpine Club
  • Sierra Club, Angeles Chapter
  • Sierra Club, Kern-Kaweah Chapter
  • Sierra Club, Mother Lode Chapter
  • Sierra Club, Oregon Chapter
  • Sierra Club, Toiyabe Chapter
  • Siskiyou Audubon Society
  • Siskiyou Field Institute
  • Skagit Alpine Club
  • Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance
  • Tamalpais Conservation Club
  • Trails Club of Oregon
  • Washington Alpine Club
  • Whitman College Outdoor Program
  • Wilderness Watch
  • Winter Wildlands Alliance
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