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    • Fri, February 23, 2024
    • 8:00 AM
    • Sun, February 25, 2024
    • 12:00 PM
    • O'Neill Regional Park 30892 Trabuco Canyon Rd, Trabuco Canyon, CA


      Hike Leader - Morning 4 hrs
      Trip Leader - Afternoon 4 hrs

      Event Management WA evening 2 hr.

      You may attend one, two or all three of the training sessions.

      Option to camp for the weekend or just come in for the day.

      The training is open to all interested members, including novice hikers, but even those of us who have been hiking for many years come away with new skills or insights.

      Some more great things about the training:

      •  Registration is free.
      •  The information about emergency response could save your life.
      •  The discussion of leadership and people skills has applications beyond the hiking trail.
      •  The certification allows you to lead other day trips you may be interested in, such as bike rides or museum visits. (Anything that broadens our awareness of our environment is a valid outing.)
      The next scheduled training is the last weekend of February at O’Neill Regional Park in Orange County near Rancho Santa Margarita. Participants can enjoy hiking, dining, and camping together around the full day of training in the park’s administrative building conference room. The hike leader training is on a Saturday morning, and is followed by training on leading overnight trips and using our online event management system.

      Friday Feb 23

      2 pm Check-in campground: Group Sites Sycamore Flats A & B. Tell the attendant you are with Great Outdoors Group Camp to get car pass

      4 pm - Fun hike nearby. We will adjust the time if needed to accommodate those arriving on Friday and camping for the training. This is a welcome and training hike for attendees.  We will discuss and demonstrate the Ten Essentials and safety on the trail.  Sunset at 5:42 pm.

      6 pm -- Meet and Greet at campground; Bring something to share. Dinner on your own.

      Saturday Feb 24 - Training class at the Administrative Building Conference Room next to campground. 

      • 8 am - 12 pm  Hike Leader Training    -Conference Room
      • 1 pm - 5 pm Trip Leader Training
      • 5:30 pm  Potluck at campground
      • 6:30 pm - 8 pm Event Manager

      Sunday Feb 25

      8:30 am -10:30 - Training hike nearby where participants will be confronted with a variety of situations that one may encounter on the trail.


      Be a Hike Leader!  Not just someone who knows the way, but someone who applies safety, best practices, fun, and local knowledge to make a successful outing. In addition to the course outline we will discuss any issues with past hikes and plan for future hikes. We will review basic hike leader procedures and techniques and latest technology and information. Completing this course will provide participants with Day Hike Leader Certification. Also a good refresher for hike leaders.

      Hike Leader Syllabus

      Prerequisites: Great Outdoors member (click here to join). The course is for anyone interested in becoming a hike leader, learning more about leading effective hikes, or becoming a more confident and capable hiker.

      This Hike Leader Certification course is for hikers who are interested in learning new skills as well as experienced hike leaders who are looking to update or refresh their outdoor leadership skills. It is suitable for all ranges of hiker abilities, from novice up to very experienced hikers.

      Objectives: Introduce participants to the skills, knowledge and qualifications of a hike leader. Present skills for leading a safe, environmentally responsible and enjoyable hike.

      Content/Topics Covered:  Hike planning, description, screening participants, trail group management, emergency management, medical issues on the trail, map reading and navigation, outdoor techniques, environmental protection, and problem solving techniques and scenarios.

      Course Format: The training includes in-person instruction with group discussion and problem solving applications and trail-based scenarios.

      Pre-Course Assignment: Review training manuals and video:

      Link to Training Resources: Click Here

      Printed manuals available at the training location at no cost to participants. Option to have manual(s) mailed to you upon registration.

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      One of the premier features of Great Outdoors is overnight trips. As a leader you will propose, research and design overnight trips. You will manage and administer the trip using leadership and group management skills. Completing this course will provide participants with Trip Leadership Certification.

      Course Outline:

      • Create a new trip or update a former trip.

      • Planning, scouting, securing reservations.

      • Finances and budget.

      • Create a trip description and promotion.

      • Secure all logistics including any permits, and support staff as necessary.

      • Communicate with participants to provide information and answer questions.

      • Conducting your trip, safety issues, group management issues - preventing and solving.

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      Course Length/Hours: 4 hours.

      What to bring:  Lunch, water bottle, mug for hot drinks. If you are taking the Hike Leader course bring a day pack with your ten essentials. If you are tent camping, bring food, camp gear, warm clothing.

      Weather: Average: February 65° / 46° O'Neill Regional Park: current: click here

      Facilities:  We will be in the campground conference room with tables, chairs, projector, TV monitor and restrooms. Trailheads located onsite.

      Overnight accommodations:

      Camping at O'Neill Regional park group site Sycamore A & B 

      Motels located nearby: Rancho Santa Margarita

      More information:

      Course Preparation: You are encouraged to review the Outdoor Experience Training Manuals and material at the following link ahead of time. 

      Link to Training Resources: Click Here

      Suggested Additional Reading and Video:
      1. Wilderness Navigation: Finding Your Way Using Map, Compass, Altimeter, & GPS. Bob Burns, Mike Burns
      2. The National Outdoor Leadership School's Wilderness GuideMark Harvey
      3. How to Lead a Hike by the Sierra Club 15 min. video click here

      Print and complete the following review questions and bring them with you:

      HIKE LEADER REVIEW QUESTIONS with Page Ref 2022.08.05.pdf.

      TRIP LEADER REVIEW QUESTIONS with Page Ref 2022.08.05.pdf

      © 1981 - 2022 CALIFORNIA GREAT OUTDOORS, INC., a 501(c)7 not-for-profit, all-volunteer LGBTQA+ organization dedicated to the enjoyment of the outdoors. All rights reserved.  Privacy policy

      • Sun, February 25, 2024
      • 10:00 AM
      • 3110 Beaudry Terrace, Glendale, CA 91208

      Join us for a beautiful workout hike this Sunday (weather looks great!), to enjoy huge views, fresh air, and green hills after our recent rains. This hike will reward us with 360-degree views - if clear skies, we may see La Crescenta, Glendale, the San Gabriel Mountains, snowy Mt. Baldy, Griffith Park, Downtown Los Angeles, the Palos Verdes peninsula, Santiago Peak in Orange County, the Pacific Ocean and even Catalina Island!

      Distance/Time: 5.9 mile loop. Estimate 4 - 4.5 hour trip, including a leisurely lunch break.

      We'll hike the first uphill half (nearly 3 miles and 1500' elevation gain) with breaks, then enjoy our lunches at the top.  Then return downhill the other side of the loop.

      Difficulty: Intermediate.  3-3.5 hours of hiking with incline.


      • The 10 essentials, lunch, snacks, ample water.
      • Shade is scarce! Wear a wide brimmed hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, proper clothes, footwear.
      • Optional: Hiking poles, something to sit on for lunch (a magazine should suffice on the concrete wall or dirt)

      Trail description: 


      • Beaudry Loop Traillhead: 3110 Beaudry Terrace, Glendale, CA 91208 | Google Maps
      • Plenty of street parking in the residential neighborhood. Please respect the neighbors.
      • Look for our hiking group at the trailhead.
      • Recreate with respect! Bring a small trash bag.

      Hike Leaders: Kimberly Brown and Bryan Matsumoto Cell: (626) 246-8634

      About Great Outdoors LA: We are the LA Chapter of Great Outdoors, proudly serving the LGBTQ+ Community since 1978! Great Outdoors is the largest LGBTQ+ outdoor recreational organization in Southern California. Our volunteers plan welcoming, fun and affordable events so everyone can participate.

      Come escape the city and find yourself and new friends in the Great Outdoors. You are welcome whether a newbie hiker, car camper, hardcore backpacker or just curious to experience the natural beauty of where we live! Read more about Great Outdoors LA and membership if interested.

      Our hikes are free and open to all! (no membership required).

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      • Sat, March 16, 2024
      • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • Erinlea Ave. and Potrero Rd. About 0.3 miles west of Wendy Dr. Newbury Park, CA.
      • 22

      Santa Monica Mountains Native Plant Restoration & Hike

      Saturday, March 16, 2024

      9:00 am 12:00 pm- field work

      12:00- 2:00 pm- lunch and short hike

      Leader: Russell Hammerl,

      Meeting Point: Erinlea Ave. and Potrero Rd. About 0.3 miles west of Wendy Dr. Newbury Park, CA.

      Map Location: Click here

      We will walk together to the work site from Potrero Road.

      Limited to 30 volunteers

      Volunteer to remove invasive plants around oak saplings in a restoration project of hundreds of California Live and Valley Oaks at Rancho Sierra Vista, Potrero Creek. The Santa Monica Mountains National Park Fund, restoration team with the help of volunteers have planted well over 100,000 native plants. We need your help to maintain the plants so that they thrive!

      This is going to be just for Great Outdoors.  It's a fun way to learn and give back to the Mountains.

      The site is reestablishing a native oak woodland habitat. This type of habitat is important to many species and is unique to the Southern California Region. For decades ranchers grazed these hills and encouraged the growth of non-native grasses. Wildfires have further contributed to the extensive loss of the native plant communities. Matthew Wells, the restoration project manager and environmental scientist for SAMO Fund, has established many projects and studies in the Santa Monica Mountains. Matthew selected this project for our group, Great Outdoors, and will be working alongside us, discussing the project, the work of SAMO Fund, and leading a short hike. Some of the oaks were planted over 20 years ago and others in the last few years.

      Activity involve digging, weeding, and kneeling.

      Please bring lunch, water, sunscreen, sun hat, and the 10 essentials. Wear field clothes or hiking attire, boots or hiking shoes, long-pants and long-sleeved shirts are recommended. Gloves and tools will be provided.

      Rain cancels the event.

      Please be on time so everyone can get instructions at the same time.

      • Sat, April 20, 2024
      • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • Online meeting using Zoom
      • 30



      SAVE THE DATE - date to be determined

      California Great Outdoors - Board Meeting

      Saturday, April 20, 2024, 10 AM - Noon

      The Great Outdoors Board will meet on Saturday April 20, 2024 starting at 10:00 AM.  The meeting will take place in person and online using Zoom. Location is TBD.

      All GO Board Members and Chapter Representatives attending this meeting will need to register for this event.

      All GO members may register this meeting if interested.

      April 2024 Board Meetings Agenda -

      January 2024 Board Meetings Minutes - 

      If you have any questions, please contact Dennis Curran via email -

      • Wed, June 26, 2024
      • 2:00 PM
      • Sun, June 30, 2024
      • 12:00 PM
      • Malibu Creek State Park
      • 9

      Malibu Creek State Park Campout

      Start: Wednesday, June 26, 2024 2:00 PM

      End: Sunday, June 30, 2024 12:00 PM

      Spaces: 40

      Trip Leader:

      Russell Hammerl:


      John Blasco:

      John Butta:

      Our group campsite is secluded amongst a grove of mature live oaks next to a meadow in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains. The campout is five days and four nights but you can arrive on any day- however, fees will be the same. Please let the trip leader, Russell, know the day you will be arriving. The campout is priced under the break-even point.

      Over a hundred films and television series have been filmed in the park. Picture yourself camping in the mountains where the opening scenes to the TV show MASH were filmed, without the helicopters. The visitors center has information on the films shot in the park when it was part of 20th Century Fox. There are many options for hiking, in fact there is a fifteen mile trail along the creek which is the only one to traverse the Santa Monica Mountains. Park Brochure

      Within walking distance is one of the largest Hindu Temples in Southern California. Also within hiking distance is King Gillette Ranch - yes, the razor guy. There will be a day hike in the mountains each morning and the beach in the afternoon. On the hikes we will be identifying and learning about the native plants and geology of the area. If it's warm a swim at Dan Blocker Beach next to Cher’s house will be perfect.

      • The gates at Malibu Creek State Park are open from 8 a.m.- 10 p.m.
      • Facilities have free hot showers, flushable toilets, picnic tables, and potable water.
      • The campsite is about 300 yards from the parking area.
      • RVs park in our own secluded group campsite parking lot.
      • Fires are prohibited during Red Flag warnings. If permitted, firewood is available from the Camp Host.
      • Dogs are only allowed in the campsite and must be at all times on leashes no longer than 6' and in a tent or enclosed vehicle at night. Except for service animals, pets are not allowed on trails, park buildings, or on most beaches.

      Volunteers needed! If you can assist please contact Russell Hammerl

      Wednesday, June 26

      2:00 PM Check in, set up camp

      5:00 PM Meet and greet, bring a snack to share

      6:30 PM Short nature trail walk, dinner on your own

      Thursday, June 27

      8:00 AM Hike to Piuma Ridge trail, about 4-5 miles round trip. Some of this hike is shaded under a canopy of oaks, sycamores, bay trees. Bring 10 essentials, plenty of water, hiking poles, snacks or lunch, hiking shoes with good traction and grip, hat, sunscreen, etc.

      12:30 PM Lunch on your own

      1:30 PM Dan Blocker Beach swim and hang out

      5:00 PM Malibu Seafood, not expensive but excellent fish, picnic tables, outside. Bring a jacket! It can be cool in evening by the ocean.

      6:30 PM Slow drive back to camp with stops at the pocket pullouts on Malibu Canyon Road. Relax under the oaks, board games, etc.

      Friday, June 28

      8:00 AM Hike to King Gillette Ranch and Visitors Center.

      11:00 AM Option to continue hike to Hindu Temple, however respectful attire requested, shoes are not worn around the temple.

      2:00 PM Malibu Lagoon, parking is just a few dollars, meet in the parking lot. Stroll around lagoon, bird watch, walk to Surfrider Beach, swim, and hangout.

      Perhaps a walk to the end of Malibu Pier for a soda or coffee.

      6:00 PM Dinner on your own or possibly order from Mediterranean Pita Grill

      Saturday, June 29

      8:00 AM Hike to Mash site with a long stop at visitors' center, 4-5 miles at a moderate pace. Bring your own sack lunch, at least 2 liters of water, hiking poles, good traction hiking shoes and 10 essentials.

      2:00 PM Afternoon is on your own. A suggestion is La Piedra a pocket beach or relax at camp. It’s up to you.

      7:00 PM Potluck dinner, bring something to share 4-6 servings.

      Sunday, June 30

      Morning:  Group cleans campground

      12:00 PM Latest check out


      a. RV first person – $145.00

      b. Each additional RV passenger – $25.00 Must arrive in the RV. 

      c. Tent first person – $65.00

      d. Tent each additional person – $25.00 Must arrive in the same vehicle as tent first person.

      A maximum of 30 cars is allowed for the group site.  The parking lot is a short walk from the group campsite.  Carpooling will be necessary for us to reach our maximum of 40 participants. See below for note on Carpooling.

      Info for RVs: There is one dump site for $10.00. Maximum RV length is 30 feet. Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 6 am and generators may only be operated between 10 am and 8 pm. Check with the park for more specific details 310 457-8144.

      Dark Sky: Keeping your camp lights off or at a minimum allows the insects, birds, and animals to continue their natural rhythm of the night and for us to enjoy the stars.

      What to Bring: Camping/cooking gear,10 essential items, food, clothing for warm days and cool nights, beach gear including swimsuit if desired, potluck item for Saturday night. Please bring your own plates, cups, mugs, and eating utensils*, towel, soap/shampoo and one bundle of firewood. If permitted firewood is available from the camp host.

      *In order to cut down on waste, please consider bringing your own reusable plate, utensils and cup/mug.  Follow posted rules about dish washing.

      Directions: The park is located four miles south of Highway 101 on Las Virgenes/Malibu Canyon Road.

      1925 Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas, CA 91302

      At the entrance booth, say you are going to the Group Campground. The attendant will give you directions, find your way to our site. See map link. You must enter the park before 10 pm, they close the entrance gate

      Weather: Temperatures in Malibu Creek State Park can vary greatly. June can range from an average high of 84º to a low of 60º.

      Refunds: Cancel by June 11, 2024 for a refund (minus $20 service fee).

      Payments: Pay online with a credit card when you register using the link above.

      You must be a paid member of one of the Great Outdoor (GO) Chapters in order to register for this event. Annual membership is only $25.  You can easily join online and then register for this trip. 

      Carpool/ride sharing information: Due to liability and insurance reasons Great Outdoors cannot organize carpools and hike/trip leaders cannot take an active role in making arrangements for participants' transportation. If you would like a ride, or could provide a ride, you can sign up on your own at the link below.

      • Sat, July 20, 2024
      • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
      • Online meeting using Zoom
      • 30



      California Great Outdoors - Board Meeting

      Saturday, July 20, 2024, 10 AM - Noon

      The Great Outdoors Board will meet on Saturday July 20, 2024 starting at 10:00 AM.  The meeting will take place online using Zoom.

      All GO Board Members and Chapter Representatives attending this meeting will need to register for this event.

      All GO members may register this meeting if interested.

      July 2024 Board Meetings Agenda - 

      April 2024 Board Meetings Minutes - 

      If you have any questions, please contact Dennis Curran via email -

      • Fri, September 06, 2024
      • 3:00 PM
      • Sun, September 08, 2024
      • 12:00 PM
      • Mount Piños Car Camp - Los Padres NF
      • 29


      Mount Piños Car Camp

      September 6-8, 2024

      Trip Leader: Bob King (323) 394-9313,

      Spaces: 35

      Vehicles: 13 including RVs or trailers, max 30’

      Cost: $50.00

      Mount Piños is located in the Los Padres National Forest on the boundary between Ventura and Kern Counties, California. The summit, at 8,847 feet (2,697 m), is the highest point in Ventura County, so it is much cooler than in the city of Los Angeles. Bring a sweater and escape the heat. The mountain is the highest point of the Transverse Ranges west of the Tejon Pass. Tall Jeffrey and Ponderosa Pines shade the campground. This mountain top location has rugged rock formations and a feeling of being quite remote.

      Campground Information:

      We will be at Group Site 1 at McGill Campground. The facility has vault toilets, fire rings, and picnic tables. There is NO WATER at the campground so bring all the water you will need.

      Bears may frequent the area and all food must be kept in approved containers or locked inside your vehicle.


      Arrive any time after 3 PM and set up your tent. Meet and greet snacks around 5-6 PM and Dinner is on your own with a campfire at sundown.


      There will be an organized hike on Saturday morning. You will need hiking boots, daypack, water, 10 essential items, hiking poles, and a sack lunch.

      Traditional Tea at 4 PM.

      The Great Outdoors potluck dinner will be at 7 PM. Dinner will be followed by a campfire activity.


      Breakfast on your own and relax until check out time at 12 noon.


      McGill Campground Take I-5 North to Frazier Mountain Park Road exit. Go west on Frazier Mountain Park Road for 7 miles and the name of the road changes to Cuddy Valley Road and continue about 5 more miles. Stay left at the Y in the road and head towards Mt. Pinos, NOT towards Pine Mountain Club. Continue about 5 miles to McGill Campground on the right. We are at Group Site 1.


      This site is for tent camping and RV’s. All regular camping equipment is needed, including a tent, ground cloth, sleeping bag, stove and fuel, cooking utensils, dishes and cutlery, folding chair, and a cooler with food. Limited parking is available for trailers or RV’s.

      Note, Don't Move Firewood: Protect California's forests from tree-killing pests by buying your firewood locally and burning it on-site. For more information visit

      *In order to cut down on waste, please consider bringing your own reusable plate, utensils, tablecloth and cup/mug. Follow posted rules about dish washing.

      Weather: The weather is variable, so be prepared for cool nights and warm days.

      Refunds: Cancel by August 26, 2024 for a refund (minus $20 service fee).

      Payments: Pay online here with a credit card at time of reservation.

      You must be a paid member of one of the Great Outdoors (GO) chapters in order to register for this event. Membership is $25.

      This announcement is first being sent to GOLA members only.  If it does not fill up it will then be sent to other GO chapter members on or about March 1.  Register now to reserve spots for you and your carpool mate(s). 

      Carpool/ride sharing information: Please plan on carpooling as the number of vehicles is limited.  When registering online you will be asked who you are carpooling with.  It is imperative that each registrant respond to that question so that we may keep track of how many vehicles are tied to registrants.  As noted, there is a limit of 13 vehicles. 

      Due to liability and insurance reasons Great Outdoors cannot organize carpools and hike/trip leaders cannot take an active role in making arrangements for participants' transportation. If you would like a ride, or could provide a ride, you can sign up on your own at the link below.

      Nearby Attractions: The Jacinto Reyes National Scenic Byway travels past breathtaking cliffs, rock formations and lush riparian areas.

    Past LA Chapter Events

    Sat, February 03, 2024 LA - Social: Vincent Price Art Musuem & Lunch
    Sun, January 28, 2024 LA-Hike: Winter in Palos Verdes along the Terranea Trail and Brunch/Lunch!
    Sun, January 21, 2024 LA - Election Brunch at DeSano Pizza Bakery
    Sat, January 20, 2024 LA - Social: Camellia Tour @ Descanso Gardens
    Sat, January 20, 2024 CORP Great Outdoors - Quarterly Board Mtg
    Sun, December 31, 2023 LA -Rose Parade Float *Viewing*
    Thu, December 28, 2023 LA -Rose Parade Float Decorating
    Sat, December 16, 2023 LA - OCLB - Palos Verdes Hike: Hills, Rocks, and Ocean Hike
    Wed, December 13, 2023 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting 12/13
    Sun, December 10, 2023 LA - Holiday Party
    Sat, November 18, 2023 LA - Hike: POSTPONED Tapia Park to Piuma Ridge Trail
    Sun, November 12, 2023 LA - Long Beach Bike & Brunch: Ascend the New Bridge
    Fri, October 20, 2023 PS/CORP - 45th All Chapter Campout and Conference - Lake Perris
    Sun, October 15, 2023 LA - Pizza Social and Planning Meeting
    Sat, October 14, 2023 LA-Hike: Cucamonga Peak hike
    Sat, October 07, 2023 LA-Los Angeles River Bike Path Ride
    Sat, September 23, 2023 LA-Hiking: 3 T's Trail
    Sun, September 10, 2023 LA-Hike: Palos Verdes Summer Vacation Day Two: Hike, Beach, and Relax
    Sat, August 26, 2023 LA - Boy George and Culture Club
    Sat, August 12, 2023 LA - Hiking: South Fork Big Rock Creek
    Fri, July 28, 2023 LA-Camping-Table Mountain Campout
    Sat, July 22, 2023 CORP Great Outdoors - Board Mtg
    Sat, July 22, 2023 LA - Hike: Fish Canyon Narrows
    Sun, July 09, 2023 LA-Hike: Palos Verdes Summer: Oceanfront Hike, Learn, and Relax
    Thu, June 22, 2023 OCLB -Free! OCparks Summer Concert Series: Paco Versailles
    Fri, June 16, 2023 LA - 🌈 Dodgers Pride Night! - Deadline extended to 6/14 - Special price!
    Thu, June 15, 2023 (LA - Kern River Campout) CANCELED: Campground is closed due to flooding
    Sun, June 11, 2023 LA - Hike: This Sunday! Strawberry Spring and Meadows
    Fri, June 02, 2023 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Canceled - Hike and Trip Leader Training
    Sun, May 21, 2023 LA-Hike: Devil's Chair and Punchbowl
    Sat, May 20, 2023 LA-OCLB - Proud! Fest and Beach Streets
    Sat, April 29, 2023 LA - Henninger Flats Hike and Picnic
    Sat, April 22, 2023 CORP Great Outdoors - Board Mtg
    Wed, April 05, 2023 LA - Central Coast and Morro Bay Camping
    Sun, March 12, 2023 LA - Mt Lowe Trail Camp - CANCELED
    Sun, March 05, 2023 LA - Hiking: Switzer's Falls - CANCELLED
    Sun, February 26, 2023 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting 12/22
    Sat, February 25, 2023 LA - The Nethercutt Collection - Sylmar
    Sun, January 22, 2023 LA - Coastal Bike Ride: Long Beach to Seal Beach
    Sat, January 21, 2023 CORP Great Outdoors - Board Mtg
    Thu, December 22, 2022 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting 12/22
    Sun, December 18, 2022 LA - San Pedro: Tide pools, Sea Cliffs, History, and Aquarium
    Sun, December 11, 2022 LA - Holiday Party
    Sat, December 10, 2022 LA - Long Beach | Belmont | Naples Boat Parade and Decoration Walk
    Sat, November 12, 2022 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Hike and Trip Leader Training
    Sat, November 05, 2022 LA - Kayak/Paddleboard
    Wed, November 02, 2022 CORP - Website Event Creating and Posting
    Sat, October 29, 2022 OCLB - Long Beach Festival of Flight
    Sat, October 15, 2022 CORP - Outings Committee Mtg
    Sat, October 15, 2022 CORP - Annual Conference and Election of Officers
    Fri, October 14, 2022 OCLB/CORP - 44th Annual All Chapter Conference Registration
    Thu, October 06, 2022 LA - Pirate Camp Catalina at Two Harbors!
    Sun, September 11, 2022 LA - Coastal Bike Ride: Long Beach
    Sat, August 27, 2022 PS - August Game Night: Gather Your Balls for BOWLING!!
    Thu, July 28, 2022 OCLB -Bruno Mars Tribute Band "Uptown Funk"! Free!
    Thu, July 28, 2022 LA - Agnew Meadows (Mammoth)
    Sat, July 23, 2022 Great Outdoors CORP - Board Mtg
    Sat, July 23, 2022 LA - Palos Verdes Summer Vacation Day: Hike, Beach, and Relax
    Sat, May 21, 2022 LA - Palos Verdes Hike: Hills, Rocks, and Ocean Hike
    Sat, April 16, 2022 LA - Eaton Canyon Hike
    Sat, April 16, 2022 CORP - Board Mtg
    Thu, March 24, 2022 LA - Central Coast and Morro Bay Camping
    Sat, March 12, 2022 LA - Temescal Canyon Loop in the Santa Monica Mountains
    Sun, February 27, 2022 LA - Beautiful Bear Canyon Hike in the San Gabriel Mountains
    Sat, February 26, 2022 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Hike and Trip Leader Training
    Sat, February 26, 2022 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Hike and Trip Leader Training
    Sat, February 12, 2022 LA - Second Saturdays Hike: Sandstone Peak
    Thu, February 03, 2022 LA - Death Valley, Furnace Creek Camping
    Sat, January 22, 2022 CORP - Board Mtg
    Sat, January 08, 2022 LA - Bluff Cove and Lunada Bay hike in Palos Verdes
    Sat, December 18, 2021 LA - Long Beach | Belmont | Naples Boat Parade and Decoration Walk
    Sat, December 18, 2021 GO LA with OC/Long Beach Chapter present: The Belmont -Naples Boat Parade and Decoration Walk
    Sat, December 18, 2021 LA - Abalone and Sacred Coves Palos Verdes Hike
    Sun, December 12, 2021 LA - Holiday Party 2021 at DeSano Pizza Bakery!
    Sun, November 21, 2021 LA - Bicycle Tour Shoreline Long Beach
    Tue, November 16, 2021 LA - LA Chapter Monthly Meeting
    Sun, November 07, 2021 LA - Hike: Windy Gap, Crystal Lake Recreation Area
    Sat, October 23, 2021 LA - SOLD OUT! - Camp Mozumdar Historic Walking Tour and Lunch
    Tue, October 19, 2021 LA - LA Chapter Monthly Meeting
    Sun, October 17, 2021 LA - Palos Verdes Coastal Walk: Point Vicente to Terranea
    Sat, October 16, 2021 CORP - Outings Committee Mtg
    Sat, October 16, 2021 CORP - Annual Conference and Election of Officers
    Sun, September 26, 2021 LA - Palos Verdes Hike: Founders Park/Ocean Trails Reserve
    Sat, September 18, 2021 LA - Malibu Hindu Temple
    Sun, August 29, 2021 LA - Ballona Creek Bike Ride
    Sat, August 28, 2021 LA - Lake Shrine Walk
    Tue, August 24, 2021 LA - Monthly LA Chapter Planning Meeting
    Thu, August 19, 2021 LA - Camping Trip Quaking Aspen, Sequoia National Forest Campout
    Sun, August 08, 2021 LA - DISCOASIS Skate Night: Black Charmed's Bloom Ball!
    Tue, August 03, 2021 LA - [POSTPONED]: Roller Skate Lesson & Skate Night at Moonlight Rollerway!
    Sun, July 18, 2021 LA - Los Angeles River Bike Path Bike Ride
    Thu, June 17, 2021 LA - Dogwood Campground (Lake Arrowhead)
    Thu, April 15, 2021 OCLB - Caspers Wilderness Car Camp
    Wed, April 07, 2021 CORP - Reopening Plan Review
    Sat, March 27, 2021 CORP - Training - Trip Leader - Outdoors Experience
    Wed, March 10, 2021 CORP - Training - Covid Protocols Event Leader
    Tue, March 09, 2021 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Committee Meeting
    Sat, January 30, 2021 CORP - Online Training - Outdoor Experiences
    Tue, January 19, 2021 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Committee Meeting
    Tue, November 24, 2020 LA - Thanksgiving-edition LA Monthly Core Meeting & Zoom Social
    Thu, November 19, 2020 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Committee Meeting
    Tue, October 27, 2020 LA - Halloween-edition LA Monthly Core Meeting & Zoom Social
    Fri, August 21, 2020 CORP - Online Training - Outdoors Experience - Interest Survey
    Fri, August 14, 2020 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Committee Meeting
    Sat, July 11, 2020 LA - [CANCELED] GO Picnic and Social Hike at Chilao
    Fri, July 10, 2020 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Committee Meeting
    Sat, June 20, 2020 LA - Pasadena Architectural House Walking Tour
    Tue, June 16, 2020 LA - Cancelled -Virtual Open Mic/Show & Tell Social!
    Fri, May 15, 2020 CANCELLED - CORP - Lake Perris Jamboree
    Tue, May 05, 2020 LA - Virtual Cinco de Mayo Social!
    Tue, March 31, 2020 LA - Virtual Happy Hour
    Sat, March 28, 2020 Canceled: OCLB - Arroyo Seco Day Hike
    Sat, March 21, 2020 LA - Cancelled - Condor Peak Hike
    Thu, February 27, 2020 LA - Joshua Tree N.P. - Jumbo Rocks Campground
    Sat, February 22, 2020 CORP - Outdoors Experience - Hike And Trip Leader Training
    Sat, February 15, 2020 LA - Echo Mountain: Hike through History
    Sat, February 08, 2020 LA - Oak and Fascination Springs Hike
    Sun, February 02, 2020 LA - Kayaking and Birding in Beautiful Newport Back Bay
    Sun, January 12, 2020 OCLB - Palos Verdes Day Hike
    Sun, January 05, 2020 LA - New Year's Hike: Bear Canyon
    Sun, December 08, 2019 LA - Holiday Party 2019 at DeSano Pizza Bakery!
    Thu, November 28, 2019 LA - Ensenada, Mexico (Condo Or Hotel)
    Sun, November 24, 2019 LA - Fish Canyon Hike
    Sun, November 03, 2019 LA - Central Gabrielino Trail
    Sat, October 19, 2019 LA - Blue Ridge to Baldy summit (via Pine Mountain) aka “The North Backbone”
    Fri, October 11, 2019 SBVC/CORP - 41st Annual GO Conference, Jamboree & Campout
    Sun, September 29, 2019 LA - Huntington Brunch and Chapter Elections
    Sat, September 21, 2019 LA - Scenic hike along Bluff Cove in Palos Verdes
    Thu, August 15, 2019 LA - Rock Creek Canyon (near Mammoth)
    Sat, August 03, 2019 LA - Chinatown Urban Walk & Wine Day
    Sat, July 20, 2019 LA - Long Beach Beach Party 2019
    Sat, July 13, 2019 LA - Big Rock Creek / Pleasant View Ridge Wilderness day hike
    Thu, July 04, 2019 LA - Mount Hillyer Day Hike
    Sat, June 29, 2019 LA - Big Gay Picnic + Victorian Urban Stair Hike
    Sat, June 29, 2019 GO - Hike Leader Training - Outdoor Experience
    Sun, June 23, 2019 LA - Beginner Pride Bike Ride
    Thu, June 20, 2019 LA - Core Group & Member Meeting *Canceled*
    Thu, June 13, 2019 LA - Kern River Camping and Rafting
    Thu, June 06, 2019 LA - Pride Pop-Up! Rocketman Movie Night + Happy Hour
    Thu, May 23, 2019 LA - Core Group & Member Meeting
    Wed, April 17, 2019 LA - Monthly Core Group and Member Meeting

    Above is a just a partial list of past Great Outdoors LA events. We've had many events each year going way back to 1978!