The Miami Group Outings Committee has collaborated with two local businesses to offer a series of virtual training sessions in backpacking-related topics. Sponsored by Roads, Rivers and Trails, Summit Trek and Travel, and Miami Group Sierra Club, the series offers training on subjects like Leave No Trace, basic backpacking gear, and food and stoves. We even have some presentations on topics outside of backpacking, including mountain biking, birding and canoe/kayak camping!
All virtual sessions will be free of charge and presented by experienced instructors. Look for schedule details in future Newsletters, on our website, and the Sierra Club Outings Meetup page.
Sessions are also recorded, so be sure to check out our YouTube channel to view topics from the past.
Email Nancy Ball at [email protected] if you are interested in learning more about these events or leading a virtual training session.
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