CORE: A Hiking Club… and More

Hiking – Scrambling – Urban Walks – Cycling – Skiing – Snowshoeing – Camping – Social Events

Welcome to CORE. Organized in 1999, we are a smaller club of active members of varying ages. Our primary activities are hiking and snowshoeing, though we also have active participation in scrambling, urban walks, cycling, skiing, camping, and social events.

HOT ON THE TRAILS:

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The updated Bragg Creek & Area Trails Map Guide is now available at various locations in Calgary and Bragg Creek (details here). There is a Bragg Creek Trail APP available as well, and you can also download a map (PDF) from this location.

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A word of warning - there are now "No parking" signs along the north side of the West Bragg Creek access road (west of the cattle grid) - this is to ensure access is possible in case of emergency. People have been parking on the north side, and Parks have let us know that Conservation Officers will be enforcing the no parking signs and ticketing these vehicles.

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Monthly Meeting

Tuesday January 31, 2017, 7:00 PM

Presentation by CORE Members Fiona and Simon

Rocky Mountain National Park

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Covering an area of 1,074 sq km, Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado boasts a multitude of hikes and fantastic scenery. Hiking in Rocky doesn’t involve too much elevation gain, but with most of the trails we did starting above 3,000m, it’s a great place to get fit. We’ll take you to Boulderfield, Gem Lake, Sky Pond and Andrews Glacier among others.

Please join us at:

Scarboro Community Centre

1727 14th Avenue S.W.

TUESDAY. 31 January, 2017, 7:00 pm

 

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  • Great Divide Trail December 2016

CORE Photo Tour

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Robertson Valley February 2016

Feature Photo: Robertson Valley February 2016

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