Hiking Conditioning Series

Interested in getting outside after work during the week days and completing conditioning hikes with your fellow NSM members?

Work together to increase your aerobic capacity by gradually increasing the weight you are carrying and the speed / distance you are hiking to get in better summer hiking shape! Doesn’t matter how experienced you are, all are welcome!



Hiking Conditioning Series
35.00
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description:

Bring a backpack with as many filled water bottles as you want and get ready to hike as fast as you can until you get to the top! It doesn’t matter if you are brand new to hiking or if you are experienced! All are welcome regardless of your speed.

TIME:

Once a month on weekends or on weekdays. Designated meeting time and trailhead will be provided for the selected mountain and emailed to the participants a week before.

Carpooling will be arranged via NSM to the trailheads.

Cancellation / Refund Policy:

There are no refunds. Cancellations must be made at least 1 week prior to the hike. Please email info@neverstopmoving.org if you cannot make it ahead of time.

Hiking Conditioning Drop-In
10.00
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What to bring:

  • Hiking Boots

  • Headlamp

  • Backpack (weight determined by you)

  • Hiking Poles (optional)

  • Water

  • Food

TRIP FEE:

Members / Trip Leaders: FREE

  • Hiking Conditioning Series

  • Hiking Drop In

Non-Members:

Hiking Conditioning Series - $35/calendar year

Hiking Drop In - $5/trip

The trip fee helps pay for insurance, provides accountability and supports NSM. The fee is not paying for a service or good.

*Obtain discount code in Members Page.


Hiking Trip Leaders

Rachel Roberts

Email: rachelkroberts11@gmail.com Phone Number:

ABOUT

How did you start hiking?

My parents took me on hikes as a kid. I went on my first backpacking trip when I was 5.

Why do you hike?

To get to the top of the mountain.

Favorite hike in Washington:

Hmm.... Probably the Skokomish River valley in the Olympics. It's a hard question though.

Fun fact:

I like rock climbing but think scrambling is scary.