Join AMC Boston Climbers for a special SendHers themed weekend at the Harvard Low Cabin. All (including gentlemen) are welcome to come climb, hike, bike, swim or just hang out at the cabin. You can come Fri and/or Sat night, sleep inside/outside in a tent/in a tree.
As a part of the SendHers mission to expand the number of female climbers within the community, there will be an organized cragging day on Saturday in a location (TBD) near Jackson, NH for individuals who identify as female.
In addition, there will be a pizza dinner Saturday night at the cabin for all individuals within the community. Gentlemen are welcome to join the dinner, but should make their own climbing plans. Please bring an appetizer or dessert to share and BYOB. Also, if you would like to join for dinner but will not be staying at the cabin, we ask that you contribute $5 towards the pizza. No organized plans will be coordinated for Sunday.
The Harvard Low Cabin is a historic and rustic cabin located on Route 16 at Mile Marker 93.4 in Jackson, New Hampshire. Park at the pullouts on either side of the road and walk up the hill on the east side of the road about 100 ft. Guests will need to bring sleeping pad and sleeping bag as everyone shares the floor to sleep in the cabin's large loft space. There is space outside of the cabin for tents. There is an open kitchen, drinkable water, an outhouse, and two stoves.
A spreadsheet with carpooling information and a place to indicate your intent to join for the cragging day will be sent after you register.
Lodging is $10 per person for the weekend. Dinner is $5 for Saturday night. Payable at the cabin or in advance via Venmo.
Registration will close at 24 participants. There will be a wait list.
You may cancel (preferably with 48 hours notice), but please email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can free up your spot.
Host: Frannie Bui
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