Latitude 36 Outdoors Club


Encouraging community service & exploration of the outdoors
Established 2017

*Picture: Lone Pine Lake, Mt. Whitney Trail

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Family Hikes

Sat. June 19, 2021

Giant Forest Big Trees Trail

Sat. Aug 14, 2021

Crystal Caves Tour

More info coming soon!

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July 24, 2021

Lakes Trail

Aug 21, 2021

Alta Peak Trail

Sept 4, 2021

Bear Creek Trail

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Congratulations to our 2021 scholarship recipients!  They are both amazing young adults who are passionate about conserving and protecting our environment.

 

We have also awarded 5 Lindsay High School students with scholarships: Diego Marquez, Fernando Esquivel II, Kassandra Villegas, Lino Manzo, and Litzy Gomez.  Congratulations to all of these hardworking and dedicated individuals! 

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2021 Recipient

James Clyburne

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2021 Recipient

Anushka Larson

FIREWORKS BOOTH

THANK YOU to all who supported our fireworks booth for another successful year.  The money raised goes towards local scholarships and programs to help those in need.  

 

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WE BELIEVE!

Every child deserves to feel the joy and magic that Christmas brings!  This year we helped Santa's elves provide one family from Dinuba and one family from Lindsay with toys and clothing.  The smiles on their faces were heartwarming. 

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GRATEFUL
HEARTS

"Thanks to your donation, my family now has a dinner to celebrate Thanksgiving." 

- Dinuba parent

Lat 36 didn't let the pandemic stop us! We were able to donate to 12 families across Tulare County.  One family from Lindsay, one from Exeter, one from Earlimart, one from Yettem, one from Dinuba, 2 from Visalia, 2 from Tulare, and 3 from Porterville.  

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SMASH SLATE MTN

On September 5, 2020, we had 19 hikers embrace on a difficult hike.  They endured the smoke from the SQF Complex Fire as they ascended 3600 feet.  Their feet treaded 9.7 miles of dirt paths shaded by beautiful Sequoia trees.  Astonishingly, 17 hikers smashed Slate Mountain!

Congratulations finishers! 

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