Great Times, Great Friends, Great Outdoors

This is a filtered list of Day Events only.  To see all events - click here.  To see other types of event lists, hover over "Events" above and pick your desired list of events.

    • Sat, January 19, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Mt. San Jacinto State Park
    • 9
    Register

    We have changed the date and time to this Saturday Jan 19 at 7:00 as this is the first day snowshoe rental is available

    Strap on your snowshoes and head into the stillness of the winter forest at the top of the Tram. There are many ways to enjoy the snow in the San Jacinto Mountains, but snowshoeing is perhaps one of the most exhilarating. Snowshoes can be rented at the Adventure Center at the top of the tram. We will hike a mile or so in Long Valley, mostly level terrain.

    • Distance: 1 mile
    • Difficulty: Moderate easy
    • Minimum Elevation 
    • Type: Out and back 
    • Hike time:1-2 hours
    • Meeting location: Tram valley station:7:00 AM if you have a tram pass. Arrive earlier if you need to get in line for a ticket.
    • Departure time: 8AM Tram 

    Tickets for the Tram:  $25.95 Adult $23.95 Senior.  Recommend arriving by 6:45 am or earlier to get in line to purchase ticket. Advance tickets are sold out. 

    The Adventure Center where we rent the snowshoes is only open on weekends and holidays. Posted rental rate on website is $18 per day.

    What to bring: 

    Money for snowshoe rental-tram-lunch, water, sun protection, layered clothing (temperature is 30 degrees cooler on the mountain), hiking poles may be helpful.  Sturdy hiking footwear suitable for winter snowshoeing.

    Optional Lunch afterwards at the Peaks Restaurant at the Mountain Station top of the Tram. 

    Contact Hike Leader: David Stewart email

    Registration Note: Due to the popularity of some of our events, we may initially limit registrations to members only. Non-Members will be given a chance at a future date to register if space is still available. Members need to be signed in with their email and password in order to register for member only events.

    Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the trip leader that may affect your ability to complete the trip.

    • Sun, January 20, 2019
    • 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
    • South Lykken Trail, Palm Springs CA
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    A rare opportunity to see a full lunar eclipse and a blood moon. Hike up to the tables at the overlook viewing the lunar eclipse. We will be at a spectacular location overlooking Palm Springs from a ridge along the San Jacinto Mountains.

    Due to popularity of this hike we are expanding the number of spots available. Hike Leader Howard Goldberg will co- lead.

    • Meet Time: 7:30 pm
    • Meet at trailhead: S. Palm Canyon/Bogart Trail MAP
    • Trail Length: 2 miles round trip
    • Hiking time: 2.5 hrs
    • Total Elevation Gain/Loss: 540’
    • Difficulty Rating: Moderate 
    • Type: Trail
    • Trail Route: Out and back

    7:33 pm Partial Eclipse begins Partial moon eclipse starts - moon is getting red.

    8:41 pm Total Eclipse begins Total moon eclipse starts - completely red moon.

    Bring headland or flashlight (red lens preferred to protect night vision), binoculars, snacks. Ten Essentials (click here), water (1 liter recommended), layered clothing to stay warm. Carry Emergency Contact Information (ICE). Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required.


    When the Full Moon passes through the centre of the Earth's shadow during the eclipse, it is shielded from the Sun's bright rays. ... The sunlight is refracted through the Earth's dusty atmosphere and scatters out blue light on the visible spectrum, leaving red wavelengths to light up the lunar orbit.


    Non member and guest registration may be available 3 days prior if space is available. You may purchase a 1 year membership for $25: Click Here

    Contact Hike Leader: Scott Connelly

    Weather Policy: Inclement weather may cancel.

    Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the hike. 


    • Thu, January 31, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Indio Hills Coachella Valley
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    At the oasis we will hike to discover fantastic views, artifacts of a failed resort, prehistoric Indian trails, 5 million-year-old evidence from when the Pacific covered the area, and a “dome oasis.” This is where the two branches of the San Andreas fault split.

    • Trail Length: 3 miles 
    • Elevation Gain/Loss: 300’
    • Trail Type: Out and Back
    • Terrain: rocky, sandy areas, steep narrow climb  to the top, loose rocks.
    • Difficulty Rating: Moderate- with some steep climbs and descents
    • 9:00 AM Meeting Place: Palm Springs PetsMart Ramon/Crossley   Map Here

    A seldom visited area that is part of the Ca State Parks. 

    This hike is limited to vehicles  with high clearance to get to the trailhead over a rocky uneven road and some knowledge of driving on rough dirt, gravel road. Nothing difficult, just rough dirt road  When you register you must  state if you are a driver with a high clearance vehicle or a passenger. Drivers can  indicate the number of passengers they  can accommodate if they wish to offer passengers a ride.

    Registration note: Space for passengers depends on how many drivers register and offer space for passengers. Drivers offering passenger seats given priority for registration from waitlist. Passengers that sigh up on the waitlist will be notified and added to the confirmed list as space becomes available.

    Bring Ten Essentials (click here), water (1 to 2 liters recommended), lunch and snacks. Sun protection and layered clothing are recommended. 

    Carry Emergency Contact Information (ICE).

    Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required.

    Registration for this event is limited to Great Outdoors (GO) members only. If you're not a member, click here to join first.  Non members may sign up for this hike 3 days before if space is available.

    Contact Hike Leader:  Scott Connelly  Email

    Carpooling is required  and may be available if offered by a driver with a high clearance vehicle. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Arrive a few minutes early for briefing and carpooling. Departure is at 9 AM. 

    Photos click here

    Weather Policy: Inclement weather cancels

     Health Problems/allergies: It is the responsibility of participants to carry on their person a record of significant allergies, medications and medical history in the event of a medical emergency.  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader if you wish.

    • Fri, February 08, 2019
    • 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM
    • 1004 E. Holton Rd, Holtville, CA 92250
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    FARM TOUR - HOT SPRINGS - CARROT FESTIVAL

    Back by popular demand due to  the positive response  from previous trip. This is suitable for everyone. You don't want to miss this!

    SUNRISE ON THE FARM. Start your day with a warm breakfast followed by a hay-wagon tour of the UC Desert Research Center. Tour will include U-Pick fresh vegetable harvesting, door prizes, and information on Imperial Valley's top 10 commodities. Mid day we will visit the nearby Holtville Hot Spring. See photos here. Bring your bathing shorts and towel for a soak in the hot springs. Bring lunch for a picnic at the hot springs. Next stop will be downtown Holtville for the annual Carrot Festival and Street Fair  in the early evening/afternoon, and back home in time for dinner.

    Meeting Location: 6:30 AM Meet at PetsMart Palm Springs Ramon/Crossley MAP for 6:30 AM departure. Carpooling is encouraged and may be available if offered by a driver. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Arrive a few minutes early for briefing and carpooling. Distance  is 109 miles, 2 hrs. travel time.

    What to bring: $35 cash for breakfast/farm tour (no credit cards), lunch, bathing shorts and towel. 

      FARM SMART tours offer a unique experience covering agriculture in Imperial Valley.  The tours also showcase research being done at UC Desert Research and Extension Center.  The Imperial Valley is a hidden treasure in the United States. Due to the warm climate and water accessibility, there are hundreds of different plant varieties that flourish in the desert atmosphere. While the fertile desert houses university research and plant variety development—few seem to know the incredible impact the Imperial Valley has on the agricultural industry.

      Registration Note: Available to members only until December 10 when it will be open to non members and guests.

      Contact: Scott Connelly email  or H L Todd email

      Weather Policy: Inclement weather may cancel. 

      Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the trip.

      • Fri, February 15, 2019
      • 9:20 AM - 3:00 PM
      • 1901 W Wilson St Banning Ca 92220
      • 0
      Join waitlist

      Explore and Experience California History!

      Museum-Tour-Hike-Lunch

      Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum preserves, celebrates, and interprets the history of late 1800’s California, from the Cahuilla Indians to the exploration and settlement of southern California and the San Gorgonio Pass.

      Explore a piece of the past at the Gilman Ranch and Wagon Museum. Once just an adobe hut, then a stage stop and general store and finally an expansive ranch house, the Gilman Ranch site remains today a storybook of the past. Now also home to the largest public collection of wagons, buggies and stagecoaches in southern California, this site is a must-see for locals and tourists alike.

      There is a 2 mile hike to the top of the hill overlooking the Banning Pass. Wear good hiking footwear and bring water if interested in doing the hike.

      New Meeting Location: 9:20 AM Meet at Dollar Tree at Sunrise/Vista Chino MAP for 9:30 AM departure. Carpooling is encouraged and may be available if offered by a driver. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Arrive a few minutes early for briefing and carpooling. When carpooling, ride with someone that either plans to attend the Sizzler lunch or not. Distance  is 24 miles to Gilman Ranch from here. Be kind you your ride share driver and share travel expenses.

      Or meet at 10:00 at the Gilman Ranch in Banning.

      What to bring: $5 cash for  tour (no credit cards).

      Optional Lunch afterwards at Sizzler: 1750 W Ramsey St, Banning, CA  MAP (5 min. drive from the museum)

      Features: 

      • Museum
      • Gift Shop
      • California Gold Rush Program
      • Native Americans of the Pass Program
      • Gilman Ranch Tours
      • Displays of Authentic Wagons
      • Authentic Diary Entries
      • Historic Murder Scene - Willie Boy
      • Original Stage Coach Road
      • Picnic Area and Barbeques
      • Hiking Trails & Creek
      • Birding
      • Wildlife
      • Pet Friendly (additional pet fee may apply)

      Members may register 2 guests for this event. 

      Contact: Scott Connelly email  

      Surrounded by cottonwoods and watered by three natural springs, the present Gilman Ranch site has attracted people throughout time. The superb location of this canyon with an exceptional food and water supply offered a prime habitation site for the Cahuilla Indians in this area.

      Later, under the Spanish government, this site was originally part of the San Gorgonio Rancho, the farthest outlying cattle ranch of Mission San Gabriel. 

      Entrepreneur Newton Noble. lived in the adobe, converted it into a stage stop and opened the first post office in the San Gorgonio Pass in 1868.

      Noble’s property lay along the Bradshaw Trail, a heavily traveled route from Los Angeles to Arizona during 1860s and 1870s. The trail was originally part of the network of Indian trails that William D. Bradshaw, miner and freight driver, learned from Cahuilla and Maricopa Indians. The Bradshaw Trail became an important communication route for federal troops as they expanded control over Arizona and New Mexico. the last great western manhunt of Willie Boy, a Paiute Indian who wished to marry a young woman named Carlotta against her father’s wishes. She and her family were camped at the Gilman Ranch working on the fruit harvest when Willie Boy killed her father and escaped with her.

      Today the Gilman Historic Ranch and Wagon Museum preserves, celebrates, and interprets the history of California, from the Cahuilla Indians to the exploration and settlement of southern California and the San Gorgonio Pass, including the homestead ranch of James Marshall Gilman. Come and explore your gateway to the western frontier.

      Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the trip leader that may affect your ability to complete the trip.

      • Tue, March 05, 2019
      • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
      • Desert Hot Springs; Desert Edge
      Register

      This new trail is partially located on an active sand dune. We will be looking for spring wildflowers that only grow in this environment. This area is also home to several species listed on the Coachella Valley Endangered and Threatened list. Following the hike, we will drive about 8 miles to the Desert Hot Springs Spa Hotel for lunch at the café and soak in one of the many hot mineral outdoor pools.

      • Meet:
      • A. 9:00 AM PetsMart Palm Springs, Ramon/Crossley  Map
      • or B. 9:20 AM at Dillon Rd and Corkill Rd Map
      • or C.12:00 PM at Desert Hot Springs Spa Map
      • Trail Length: 3.5 miles (2 hrs)  
      • Elevation Gain/Loss: 700’
      • Trail Type: Out and Back 
      • Terrain: rocky, washes, sand dunes, loose sand
      • Difficulty Rating: moderate
      • Bring Ten Essentials (click here), water (1 to 2 liters recommended), trail snacks. Sun protection and layered clothing are recommended.  
      • Carry Emergency Contact Information (ICE).
      • Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required.
      • Hiking poles may be helpful
      • Bring $5.00 spa entry fee and money for lunch
      • Towel, swimwear, sandals or your designer pool attire

      Contact Hike Leader:  Scott Connelly: EMAIL

      Have you seen a Fringe Toed Lizard?

      The trailhead and parking area are located near the intersection of 20th Avenue and Corkhill Road, which is in the unincorporated area of Desert Edge, east of Desert Hot Springs and North Palm Springs.

      Through a joint effort between the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy (CVMC) and Friends of the Desert Mountains (FODM). A 2010 study identified 20 potential trail locations in the northern part of the Coachella Valley and those were eventually whittled down to the current trail – which is the first new trail in the Greater Palm Springs Area in over a decade. CVMC provided the money to cover the environmental analysis other expenses, while the FODM’s volunteers provided the manpower necessary to create the trail. The project also received support from Coachella Valley Hiking Club and Desert Trails Hiking Club. 

      Carpooling is encouraged and may be available if offered by driver. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Weather Policy: Inclement weather cancels. 

      Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the hike.





      • Thu, March 21, 2019
      • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
      • Coachella Valley Preserve
      • 0
      Join waitlist

      Join one of the most knowledgeable and articulate docents available for a discovery tour/hike. Kerry Berman is our local Wikipedia expert who will inform and entertain you with his insightful knowledge of the Coachella Valley. Wildflowers are expected to be abundant this spring!

      • 8:30 AM Meet at PetsMart at Ramon/Crossley MAP
      • Or 9:00 AM at Coachella Valley Preserve Parking Lot MAP
      • Trail Length: 2.5 miles
      • Total time: 3 hours
      • Trailhead Elevation: 200’
      • Difficulty Rating: Easy moderate

      Carpooling is encouraged and may be available if offered by driver. You are responsible for arranging you own transportation or ride share. Arrive a few minutes early for briefing and carpooling. Distance to trailhead is 12 miles. 

      • Bring  water (1 to 1.5 liters recommended), sun protection and layered clothing are recommended. 
      • Carry Emergency Contact Information (ICE).
      • Sturdy hiking footwear with good tread and adequate drinking water are required.
      • Optional lunch at nearby restaurant after the tour/hike.

      Hike to hill overlooking Coachella Valley and to a lush Palm Oasis on the fault.

      You can walk in the footsteps of the original desert inhabitants, the Cahuilla Indians. Learn how they survived and thrived for thousands of years in the harsh desert climate. Listen to their stories; touch the plants these resourceful ecologists used for food, housing and even to make their own shoes.

      Hear about the first white settlers who came to the desert, the original “trendsetters” who started a migration that continues to this day. See where these sturdy and industrious pioneers lived, find out how they made, or lost, their fortunes and raised their families as they tamed the desert.

      Journey to a cool California Fan Palm Oasis with ponds fed by natural underground springs -- created long ago by earthquakes. Learn about the unique animals that call this desert their home.

      Walk and travel along the famous California San Andreas Earthquake Fault. See just where the North American and Pacific tectonic plates collide and slide.

      See and learn about our renewable energy resources like the wind-farms, solar, geo-thermal, bio-mass, and hydro-electric. 

      Kerry Berman is a Certified Interpretive Guide who is one of the most knowledgeable and articulate docents available.  Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of the top experts on local subjects.

      Registration note: The initial sign up is for members only. Registration will be open to nonmembers a week prior to the event if space is available. Sign up early while there is still space available. No refunds.

      Our docent, Kerry Berman, has asked that his $300 fee be donated to the Bighorn Institute.   

      No refunds. 

      Contact Hike Leader:  Scott Connelly: EMAIL 

      Weather Policy: Inclement weather may cancel.

      Health Problems/allergies  Discuss any medical concerns with the hike leader that may affect your ability to complete the hike.

    Past events

    Thu, January 10, 2019 Dark Sky-Keys View-Joshua Tree Park
    Tue, January 08, 2019 HIKE: Cathedral Canyon
    Sat, January 05, 2019 HIKE: Chocolate Drop
    Wed, December 26, 2018 BIKE: Ride & Spa
    Tue, December 25, 2018 BIKE: Xmas Morning Ride east trail
    Mon, December 24, 2018 Pushwalla Palms - Xmas Eve Hike
    Sat, December 22, 2018 HIKE LOWER CARRIZO CANYON
    Thu, December 20, 2018 Wildlights at The Living Desert
    Wed, December 19, 2018 Hike: Indian Canyons
    Sat, December 15, 2018 HIKE: Vargas Palm Oasis
    Sun, December 09, 2018 GOPS 2018 Holiday Party
    Fri, December 07, 2018 Hike: East Indio Hills
    Thu, November 29, 2018 TOUR: Keys Ranch Joshua Tree National Park
    Sun, November 25, 2018 Hike: Fobes Trail: Garner Valley
    Fri, November 23, 2018 Test HIKE TEMPLATE #1 -
    Thu, November 22, 2018 BIKE:TAHQUITZ LOOP
    Wed, November 21, 2018 HIKE: Oswit Canyon
    Sat, November 17, 2018 Nat'l Public Lands Day - E. Indio Hills Trail
    Thu, November 15, 2018 HIKE: North Lykken Trail to Museum Trail Junction
    Sat, November 03, 2018 PS Pride Booth Volunteers November 3-4
    Thu, November 01, 2018 Pride Hike: East Indio Hills
    Fri, October 26, 2018 SPECIAL HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY hosted by George, Tony & Eddie.
    Wed, October 24, 2018 HIKE: MAGNESIA FALLS CANYON
    Sat, October 20, 2018 BIKE RIDE-MODERNISM WEEK
    Fri, October 19, 2018 BIKE: RIDE
    Wed, October 17, 2018 HIKE UPPER CARRIZO CANYON
    Thu, October 11, 2018 HIKE: GARRET'S ARCH JOSHUA TREE PARK
    Tue, October 09, 2018 BIKE: RIDE
    Sun, October 07, 2018 HIKE: FULLER RIDGE TO OVERLOOK
    Sat, October 06, 2018 GIANT ROCK: NAT'L PUBLIC LANDS DAY
    Sun, September 30, 2018 GOPS END OF SUMMER POOL PARTY!
    Wed, September 19, 2018 LA COUNTY FAIR
    Fri, August 31, 2018 HIKE: DISCOVER A HIDDEN JEWEL
    Tue, August 21, 2018 SUNSET HIKE & DINE
    Wed, August 08, 2018 HIKE: WELLMAN DIVIDE
    Thu, August 02, 2018 CANCELED: SUNSET HIKE & DINE
    Wed, August 01, 2018 T-Shirt Order: click register to shop
    Tue, July 24, 2018 Backpack: Cottonwood Lakes Loop
    Wed, July 18, 2018 HIKE & YOGA IN THE MT. SAN JACINTO WILDERNESS
    Fri, July 06, 2018 HIKES: Desert View -Lunch - Round Valley
    Wed, July 04, 2018 HIKE: Fourth of July Fireworks
    Wed, June 27, 2018 SUNSET POOL PARTY-POTLUCK
    Wed, June 13, 2018 HIKE: HIDDEN DIVIDE TO OVERLOOK
    Wed, June 06, 2018 HIKE: TRAM TO IDYLLWILD
    Sun, June 03, 2018 GOPS Member's SUMMER POOL PARTY!
    Thu, May 31, 2018 HIKE: Mt. San Jacinto Peak
    Wed, May 23, 2018 Hike - Deep Creek Hot Springs
    Sun, May 20, 2018 SKY WATCH
    Sat, May 19, 2018 HIKE: DEVIL'S SLIDE
    Wed, May 09, 2018 POOL PARTY-POTLUCK
    Sun, May 06, 2018 Hike Leader Training
    Sun, May 06, 2018 SKY WATCH
    Sun, April 15, 2018 HIKE: SLOT CANYON EXPERIENCE
    Fri, April 13, 2018 HIKE: Hidden Palms and Horseshoe Palms Oasis
    Sun, April 01, 2018 Indian Trail Loop Pioneertown Preserve
    Sat, March 31, 2018 Cathedral City LGBT Days
    Wed, March 28, 2018 East Indio Hills
    Sun, March 25, 2018 HIKE: Oswit Canyon
    Sat, March 24, 2018 HIKE: QUAIL SPRINGS TO JT & SSR
    Tue, March 20, 2018 HIKE: Wonderland of Rocks and Baker Dam
    Sun, March 04, 2018 HIKE: Ladder Canyon/Little Painted Canyon Loop
    Sat, March 03, 2018 WILDFLOWER FESTIVAL
    Thu, March 01, 2018 HIKE-HISTORY-SOAK
    Tue, February 27, 2018 HIKE: QUAIL SPRINGS TO JT & SSR
    Sat, February 24, 2018 HISTORICAL WALKING TOUR REDLANDS CA PART II
    Fri, February 23, 2018 CV LINK GRAND OPENING
    Wed, February 21, 2018 SUNSET BONFIRE-HIKE-POTLUCK
    Sat, February 17, 2018 Hike: North Lykken Trail to Museum Trail Junction
    Thu, February 15, 2018 GEOLOGY HIKE: Painted Canyon Mecca Hills 2018
    Wed, February 14, 2018 SPEAKER EVENT: HIKING IN COLORADO
    Sun, February 11, 2018 HIKE: McCallum Trail
    Tue, February 06, 2018 WILD COACHELLA FILM SCREENING
    Tue, February 06, 2018 HIKE & SPA
    Sun, February 04, 2018 Super Bowl 2018 - Hosted By Ed & Pete
    Sun, February 04, 2018 HIKE: WILLIS PALMS
    Sat, February 03, 2018 BIKE: CV LINK new section
    Sun, January 21, 2018 HIKE: Mecca Hills Little Utah Canyon
    Wed, January 03, 2018 WILD COACHELLA Part 3
    Thu, December 21, 2017 Hike: Solstice Hike at the Whitewater Preserve
    Sat, December 16, 2017 HIKE: MECCA HILLS SIENNA TRAIL
    Thu, December 14, 2017 Hike: Big Morongo Canyon Preserve
    Mon, December 11, 2017 HIKE: ARABY
    Fri, December 08, 2017 HIKE: MAGNESIA FALLS CANYON
    Wed, December 06, 2017 WILD COACHELLA
    Sun, December 03, 2017 Holiday Party
    Sat, December 02, 2017 HIKE: LOST PALMS OASIS JOSHUA TREE PARK
    Sat, November 25, 2017 GEOLOGY HIKE PAINTED CANYON MECCA HILLS
    Sat, November 18, 2017 HISTORICAL WALKING TOUR REDLANDS CA
    Tue, November 14, 2017 Lecture: Owls and Other Crepuscular Night Birds
    Sun, November 12, 2017 HIKE: Chaparrosa Peak
    Mon, November 06, 2017 Hike: Murray Hill
    Wed, November 01, 2017 Lecture: GHOST LAKE OF THE DESERT
    Tue, October 31, 2017 Lecture: HIKING IN THE COACHELLA VALLEY
    Mon, October 30, 2017 HIKE: WELLMAN DIVIDE
    Fri, October 27, 2017 SPECIAL HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY hosted by George, Tony & Eddie. PLEASE REGISTER.
    Wed, October 25, 2017 Hike: Murray Hill Cancelled due to heat
    Sun, October 22, 2017 MODERNISM BIKE RIDE
    Sat, October 21, 2017 Hike Leader Training Refresher
    Sun, October 15, 2017 INTERPRETED HIKE: ROUND VALLEY LOOP
    Thu, October 12, 2017 Hike: South Lykken Trail
    Wed, October 04, 2017 HIKE UPPER CARRIZO CANYON
    Sun, September 10, 2017 GOPS Member's Fall Pool Party!
    Thu, August 17, 2017 Round Valley Loop Hike
    Sun, August 06, 2017 National Monuments Presentation Update
    Sun, August 06, 2017 GOPS Member Appreciation Pool Party
    Thu, July 20, 2017 Tram Hike & Dine
    Tue, July 11, 2017 HIKE: Hidden Divide now Long Valley North
    Tue, July 04, 2017 HIKE: Fourth of July Fireworks
    Sun, June 25, 2017 Member's Summer Pool Party!
    Sun, June 11, 2017 HIKE: SAN JACINTO PEAK
    Sun, May 21, 2017 HIKE: WELLMAN DIVIDE
    Sat, May 20, 2017 HIKE: ROUND VALLEY LOOP
    Tue, May 16, 2017 Hike - Deep Creek Hot Springs
    Thu, May 11, 2017 Oak Glen Wildflower Walkabout/Hike
    Tue, May 09, 2017 HIKE: BIG MORONGO CANYON
    Sat, May 06, 2017 HIKE: LUCKY BOY-EAGLE CLIFF MINE
    Thu, April 20, 2017 HIKE: Mission Creek-Whitewater
    Tue, April 18, 2017 HIKE: MOON COUNTRY
    Sat, April 15, 2017 HIKE: The Maze
    Thu, April 13, 2017 HIKE: Cathedral Canyon
    Sat, April 08, 2017 Bike: Whitewater River Route

    2018 © Great Outdoors, Inc.. All rights reserved.
    Great Outdoors is a not for profit, all-volunteer LGBT organization (IRS 501(c)7 non-profit) dedicated to the enjoyment of outdoor recreation 
    Our mailing address is:  Great Outdoors PS, P.O. Box 361, Palm Springs, CA 92263-0361 
    You can l
    eave us a voicemail - (760) 282-GOPS or email 
    us at: Info-PS@GreatOutdoors.org - click here  

    Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software