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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7
CLRC Christmas Party
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14 - CHRISTMAS COOKIE AND FUN RIDE
Ride out at 9 am. Excellent loop ride in Oracle State Park. Bring your favorite cookies to share (and lunch). I'll bring sodas. Ride will be 3 hrs. Picnic table and porta pot there. See newsletter for details.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 12 - FAST PACED RIDE
Meet at Catalina State Park Equestrian Center around 8:30 to be in the saddle at 9AM. We will ride for 1.5 to 2 hours on trails like Canyon Loop and in the wash. We'll do some trotting and cantering, at a controlled and steady pace. TSee newsletter for details.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 25 - DEER CAMP RIDE
Meet by 8:30 am, Ride out at 9:00 am. Rated moderate to difficult. About 2 hrs up and 1.75 hrs back. Horse must be in shape. This is my favorite trail. Picnic table so bring lunch, we’ll stop and eat and marvel at the view.
Directions: Oracle Rd. north to Golder Ranch Rd. Turn right (east). Continue to the end and drive over the cattle guard then make a sharp left turn. Drive about a mile to the cattle pens. Horse water available. Please do not block the cattle pens when parking. Need state land permit. Leader: Bev Showalter text 520-850-2196 firstname.lastname@example.org
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9 - BIG MINE RIDE
Leader: Bev Showalter. Details to follow.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 - GREEN ROCK RIDE
This is a ride through lovely Catalina State Park to Green Rock and the waterfall. Depending on the water shed at the time of the ride there may be water in a wash or two that we will be crossing. You must carry your state park pass with you. One exemption: if one person has their pass with them, three other non-permitted riders are allowed with that rider but it’s best to have a pass with you. Lunch on the trail. Details to follow.
Directions: From Tucson go north on Oracle Rd to Golder Ranch Drive in Catalina. Go right on Golder Ranch Drive. The pavement will end at the top of the hill, follow dirt road over the cattle guard and stay right. You will go about a half mile and take the first right on Rollins Road. Rollins is an unmarked road but it is the first dirt road on your right. Follow Rollins to the top of the hill and go through the grey metal gate on the right just before the cattle guard. Do not go over the cattle guard. There is plenty of room for parking and easy turn around. Please contact Sally Janovec at 267-242-5283 by the end of day Thursday before the ride to confirm and let us know if you have a pass or need to be included on someone else’s pass. This is very important as we will arrange to have enough passes. Leader. See newsletter for details.
C L R C M E M B E R S H I P
CLRC Rides are open to members only. The Club must have a signed Participant Agreement/Release and Acknowledgement of Risk on file before you join any CLRC organized activity. New Members are always welcome to join at a ride or event. Please complete and return the 2020 Membership/Renewal form and Release which can be found here:
R S V P
Please refer to your newsletter for Ride contact and RSVP requirements. An RSVP will allow a ride leader to contact you if a ride has been cancelled due to weather conditions and will also allow planners to have enough food and beverages on hand.
H E L M E T S
All Riders under the age of 18 are REQUIRED to wear a helmet when participating in Club rides.
STATE LAND PERMITS: IT'S THE LAW
A State Land Permit will cover you for parking on all state lands, and for hiking, biking, or riding across any state lands. This permit is required by law and required on all CLRC organized rides. If you do not have a current State Land Permit you may not ride with CLRC. If you are parked on state land a copy of the permit must be easily visible in your truck. The State Land Permit is not the same as a State Park Permit so don't confuse the two. The State can and will impose hefty fines.
The State Land Permit is available at: