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Aggie Hiker's Club -- In the Mountains with My Pals

Hikers


"The Aggie Hikers club .. is a college of hardy, healthy young men and women who take a keen interest in the invigorating mountain pleasures that the club furnishes them. The activities of the club include hiking, skiing, tobogganing, mountain climbing, skating, sitting around the campfire gossiping and telling stories, cooking, eating, and absorbing talks on outdoor sports. The club has long hard hikes for those who wish to test themselves, and short ones for those who desire less strenuous tasks. The feature of the year is a three or four day camping trip to Lory Hi, north of Estes Park. It is in the Hikers Club where companionship, keen enjoyment, and invigorating health are combined to make us love life." -- Silver Spruce, 1929

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