Quartz Mt. Weekend

October 24-26: The Climb Quartz Mt. Weekend Outreach

(near Altus, OK)

This will be a time of fellowship and outreach at a great venue.  It will be a great time for Solid Rockers to experience the unique character of this place as well as do on mission climbing.  Please let us know if you would like to participate so we’ll be expecting you.   Complete info on this weekend outing is also available by contacting Chapter Coordinator, Bill Sharar, at bsharar@verizon.net. Presented by the Texoma Chapter of SRCFC.

We’ll plan to arrive at Quartz Mountain on Friday (24) evening. The campsites will already be selected. For those who are unable to go on Friday evening, plan to arrive as soon as possible on Saturday morning. If you are interested in carpooling (can give a ride or need a ride), please let us know so we can help with coordination on that. On Saturday (25), Breakfast, warm up and climb, baby, climb! After dinner, we will have a group get together and hopefully a campfire. On Sunday(26), breakfast, devo, break camp and
climb. And of course, as always, bringing the good news to climbers.
Bring With You:
• Your usual camping gear (tents, sleeping bags and pads, etc)
• Snacks/lunch items (for while climbing during the day)
• Hydration gear (at least 64 oz capacity)
• Climbing gear (gear available if needed…reserve when you confirm your participation…
also please mark your personal gear)
• Rain gear
• Camp chairs (if you have them)

If you plan to join us, please confirm your participation so that we can make appropriate plans. Saturday breakfast, Saturday dinner, Sunday breakfast plus camping for 2 nights (Friday and Saturday nights) are included in the trip fee which is $30 per person. You may pay when you arrive at Quartz. Thanks!

If we get rained out, we will reschedule for Nov 7 - Nov 9.


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