Fall / Winter Events 2017/2018

 

Nov 4

Intro to Urban GeoCaching Hike.

Get a taste of the fastest growing activity in the world, while doing a 10k urban hike. You may be enticed to become a GeoCacher. There are 3 million GeoCachers looking for 2.8 million Caches in 180 Countries. When asked to describe GeoCaching, a seasoned Cacher said "It is a sport that uses billions of dollars worth of technology to find Tupperware containers in the bush."  If you are interested contact James at jb3@mts.net or 204-726-8351

 

Nov 11

Clark will hold an overnight hot camp at Lake Audy.  Please call Clark at 204-896-3618 or 204-848-2818 for more information.

 

Dec 2

Rick and Sue will host the annual Westman Wilderness Christmas Party.  Please call Rick or Sue at 204-724-5380 for more information.

 

Dec. 10

Judy will lead a day hike on the Yellow Quill Trail.  Please call Judy at 204-727-4794 for more information

 

Dec. 30,31 and Jan 1

Di will lead a two night backpack into James Lake Cabin. Hike in on Saturday and out on Monday.   Day skiing and/or snowshoeing is possible also.  Please all Di at 204-571-0477 for more information.

 

Jan 6

Fred will lead a day ski in Sprucewoods Cabin #3.  Please call Fred at 204-761-for more information,

 

Jan. 13- 14

Join Judy for a ski weekend at Madge Lake.  Please call Judy at 204-727-4794 for more information.

 

Jan 20

Di will lead a day ski – possibly in RMNP.  Please call Di at 204-571-0477 for more information.

 

Feb 2 & 3

Roger W will host a winter camp close to RMNP.  Please Call Roger at 204-726-5293 for more information.

 

Feb 10

Judy will lead a ski on the Bittersweet trails.  Please call Judy at 204-727-4794 for more information. 

 

Apr 9

The Spring meeting of the WMWC will be held at Alf’ & Janis’s. at 7pm.    Please call 204-729-1055 to confirm your attendance.

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