OCTOBER Meeting ONLY will be on Tuesday the 6th
Activity Planning Meetings will be held NORMALLY
on the
2nd Tuesday of the month, at Perko's Café & Grill
4300 E. Waterloo Road, Stockton at 7PM.
(Exit 255, on East side of Hwy. 99)
Rae Lakes Loop
Kings Canyon
John Muir Trail
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Central Valley Hiking and Backpacking Group          Centrally Located in Stockton, CA
Welcoming Hikers and Backpackers,
Beginners to Seasoned Veterans.

Hiking and Backpacking for all levels
of experience and abilities.
We roam the High Sierras of Lassen, Sequoia, Kings
Canyon, Point Reyes, and Yosemite National Parks,

Desolation Wilderness, Mt. Whitney, and the Coastal Range etc.

From: Day Hikes to Week Long Treks!
Mark Presler -- Committee -- E-mail Him
Paul Lockwood -- Committee
David Lagesse -- Webmaster --
E-mail Him
Come to the meetings and share your ideas of where you would like to go!
You can subscribe as a Group Member
and to get on our E-mail List
using the form to the right.
But you MUST attend at least one Meeting.
Usually you will only receive no more than two or three
E-mails or phone calls (if any) from us per month, unless
it is absolutely necessary such as: a cancellation or
other changes in plans etc.
We will not spam you, nor will we sell or
release your E-mail Address, Phone Number,
Home Address or any other private information
to anyone other than the other
Registered Group Members, such as
the CVHBPG "Group Member" List,
without your written permission.
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“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-
civilized people are beginning to find out that
going to the mountains is going home; that
wildness is a necessity; and that mountain parks
and reservations are useful not only as fountains
of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains of
life. Awakening from the stupefying effects of
the vice of over-industry and the deadly apathy
of luxury, they are trying as best they can to mix
and enrich their own little ongoings with those of
Nature, and to get rid of rust and disease.”
– John Muir
From: “Our National Parks” (published December, 1900)

.                                                                                         ....It is even more so today!