Outdoor Adventure Alumni Reunion: Yosemite

Outdoor Adventure Alumni Reunion: Yosemite

Reconnect and share your love of Yosemite with fellow adventurers on this special summer reunion.
June 28, 2019 to June 30, 2019

Calling all Outdoor Adventure alums! You’re invited to a special reunion weekend in Yosemite. Head to higher ground for a Friday-evening campfire, where you can reconnect with old friends from the trail, and meet some new pals who share your love of Yosemite. Over the next two days, you’ll get to enjoy guided day hikes with our expert naturalists, an evening stargazing program, and plenty of time to relax and enjoy the solitude and scenery of Yosemite in early summer. We hope to see you there!

Please note: Location is TBD based on conditions. We'll keep the plan flexible so we can adjust the route if the Tioga Road opens or plan to explore the Crane Flat and Hetch Hetchy areas.

Included with your registration:

  • An evening program and two full days of exploring Yosemite.
  • Park entry (as needed).
  • Camping included, if needed; limited sites are shared among all the participants (reservation arrives Friday, June 28, through Monday, July 1) at a campground, to be determined. We cannot adjust these dates.

Note: There is no lodging block for this program.

Experience Level: Any. Participants must be physically fit.
Hiking: Moderate. Up to 5–6 miles per day.
Elevation Range: 8,600 feet–10,000 feet.
Registration Price: $229
View a suggested packing list.
Guide
Pete Devine, Yosemite Conservancy Guide

Pete Devine

Pete Devine is the Resident Naturalist for the Conservancy. Pete has lived in Yosemite for about 20 years, has hiked most of its trails, and explained Yosemite to thousands of park visitors. He has studied the Lyell Glacier, added to the park’s bird studies and trained rangers in history, geology and biology. You may have seen Pete’s work in the ‘Yosemite Frazil Ice’ video. 

Guide
Shirley Spencer, Yosemite Conservancy expert artist instructor

Shirley Spencer

Shirley Spencer is a renowned artist, musician/singer, athlete and educator. She is also the author/illustrator of Yosemite Conservancy’s Flowering Shrubs of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada and co-author (with her husband Mark) of Southern Yosemite Rock Climbs. Since the 1980s, thousands have been lucky enough to explore Yosemite with Shirley and share her infectious affinity for the outdoors.

Guide
Dick Ewart, Yosemite Conservancy expert guide

Dick Ewart

Dick Ewart a veteran hiker and skier, has been a ranger-naturalist in Yosemite for over thirty years. He has hiked most of the park’s 800 miles of trails. His BA degree in biol­ogy is from the University of New Hampshire and his New England accent is as strong as ever. Dick spends his summers presenting naturalist programs at Glacier Point, and his winters leading snowshoe hikes at the Badger Pass Ski Area.