Meeting Minutes April 9, 2014

Hello Everyone Here are the meeting minutes for April 9th: ANNOUNCEMENTS -PLEASE bring back sleeping bags, snowshoes, microspikes, and any other gear you have taken out.  They are in high demand! Gear hours are on Friday from 3 to 4, or you can talk to Patrick (conlonpc@clarkson.edu) or Paul (doernepm@clarkson.edu). – On Friday we will be going to…

Winterfest!

(02/18/17) Outing Club’s annual spring semester event, Winterfest, kicked off with a bang! The day started with bailing a truck out of the snow, building a last minute ski jump, and making a bonfire. The Clarkson Radio Station played awesome tunes all day and there were tons of prizes, burgers, dogs, and great times to…

Frosted Lens Films: The 46 High Peaks

Two of our very own CUOC members, Catherine Zarnofsky and Kolby Ziemendorf are well on their way to completing all 46 High Peaks. Luckily for us, the couple has filmed their adventures in the high peaks, edited them into a great video, and posted them up on Youtube for all to see. Take a peek…

Why Climb?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSEMkfiKngo “Why Climb?” features members of Clarkson University Outing Club rock climbing and discussing why climbing is such a great sport. Check out the video to see some of the awesome experiences CUOC offers it’s member.

Canoeing

The Adirondack Park is filled with a great network of lakes, rivers, and ponds to explore. Any person, member or not, can rent canoes from CUOC by contacting one of the CUOC Canoe Chairs. Take a look at our gallery of images that CUOC members have captured on their adventures!

Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing is a great day activity in the Adirondacks. Some of CUOC’s favorite places to visit are South Colton, Jewels and Gems, and Azure Mountain. Take a look at our gallery of images that CUOC members have captured on their adventures!

Caving

Caving is an experience that is hard to pass up. Beginner trips in the Adirondacks allow CUOC members to see a whole different dimension that the park has to offer. Take a look at our gallery of images that CUOC members have captured on their adventures!

Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding

Backcountry Skiing and Snowboarding are excellent in the Adirondack Park with the myriad options the park has to offer. You might be cold, but the views and adrenaline are definitely worth the ride. Take a look at our gallery of images that CUOC members have captured on their adventures!

High Peak Hiking

Hiking in the Adirondack’s and surrounding areas offer some of the best views around. Hikers can opt for easier peaks such as Azure Mountain and Mt. Arab or go big by hiking any of the High Peaks; for example the highest point in New York State, one of 46 high peaks in the Adirondack Park,…