Hiking Clubs USA
Hiking Clubs California
Bay Area Jewish Singles Hiking Club
Eight to ten events every month allow people the chance to meet others while exploring some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Special events: We also offer a number of special activities throughout the year including summer and winter trips to Yosemite, downhill and cross-country ski trips, river rafting, sea kayaking, and Elephant Seal tours at Ano Nuevo State Reserve.
High Sierra Hikers Association
The High Sierra Hikers Association (HSHA) is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization formed in 1991 by a handful of concerned hikers.
Outdoor Adventure Club CA
The OAC is a mix of professional guide service, adventure travel company and social club. The Bay Area's first activity club, run by professional guides, where you can choose a from variety of fun things to do every weekend! Since 1996, our professional guides have been organizing and leading great adventures all over California and all over the world.
San Francisco Hiking Club CA
The San Francisco Hiking Club organizes hikes and similar outings for gays, lesbians, and friends. An event is generally planned on either Saturday or Sunday each weekend. The Club also has several overnight trips a year.
Hiking Clubs Colorado
San Juan Outdoor Club
The San Juan Outdoor Club is headquartered in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. We are a non-profit organization devoted to providing outdoor opportunities for its members — by its members — such as backpacking, hiking, canoeing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, cycling, etc. The primary goal is to get outdoors and have fun together!
Hiking Clubs New York
The New York Ramblers New York City
New York City based hiking club offering long, strenuous hikes, at a moderate-to-fast pace, for experienced hikers. We go to a broad variety of trails and destinations, usually within 50 miles of NYC, every weekend. We've also hiked out West and in Canada, Europe, and Africa.
Triple Cities Hiking Club New York
The Triple Cities Hiking Club has been active since 1947 in promoting access to hiking destinations in New York's Southern Tier and beyond.
Wild Earth Adventures
Long-standing (33-year-old) hiking club. Offering guided hiking and walking trips year-round - as well as wilderness camping, backpacking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing trips - visiting some of the wildest and most beautiful parks and natural areas in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and other northeastern states.
Hiking Clubs Illinois
The Prarie Club
The Prairie Club is a non-profit, volunteer organization founded in 1908. The Club began by organizing hikes into the country as a way for people to escape the crowded inner-city of Chicago. Outdoor activities and conservation have been core values for the Prairie Club since its inception. Has active hiking, canoeing/kayaking, and bicycling schedule
Forest Trails Hiking Club
The Forest Trails Hiking Club is an informal association of active and friendly people who love the outdoors. We have joined together to share the enjoyment of the hiking experience, good friendships and physical fitness. Outings scheduled every Sunday.
Hiking Clubs Texas
The Woodlands Hiking Club
The Woodlands Hiking Club, a group of enthusiastic hikers and campers committed to enjoying the outdoors, was officially organized in 1983. While most of our members are from The Woodlands and surrounding areas, we also have members in Sugar Land, Georgetown, and Arlington.
Hiking Clubs Wisconsin
Wisconsin Go Hiking Club
The Wisconsin Go Hiking Club was organized in 1924. The purpose of the club is to "Promote health and good fellowship by hiking". As the name implies, the WGH club is primarily a hiking group, but camping and diversified entertainment events are also a part of our activities.
Hiking Clubs Washington
Capital Hiking Club
Experience the wilderness 52 weeks a year with CHC, a non-profit hiking group who welcomes the public to join us on all hikes. We specialize in hiking options that challenge all skill levels and fulfilling the varied interests of our hikers.
Northern Virginia Hiking Club
The Northern Virginia Hiking Club (approximately 650 members) typically offers several hikes of different levels each weekend.
Hiking Clubs Washington State
Peninsula Wilderness Club
The PWC was formed over twenty years ago by a group of friends who love the outdoor life. Its purpose is to promote the enjoyment, exploration, conservation, and protection of the wilderness. PWC activities range from light, social affairs to ambitious trekking and mountaineering ventures.