Field Trips are the best reason to join our club!

A wide variety of Field Trips are set in place & we need your talents to help coordination.  VOLUNTEER Today !!

Please contact  (or) any Officer to discuss Volunteering to Lead or Co-Lead a Trip.

May 13: Patience/Piety claims (smoky quartz/fluorite) (easy)
May 24: Baculite Mesa (Cretaceous fossils) (easy)
June 3: Sedalia Copper mine (almandine garnet/other minerals) (steep hike in)
June 7: Arroya gulch (gemmy almandine garnet) (easy)
June 10: Badger Flats (magnetite/fluorite/barite/malachite) (easy)
June 17: Blue Moon (smoky quartz/amazonite) (Karen Vogl claim)
June 18: Calumet mine (epidote/quartz xls./magnetite/corundum) (steep slopes; large area)
June 24: Topaz Mountain mine (topaz)(easy; $50 fee) (Dorris claim)
July 19: Smoky Hawk claim (amazonite/smoky quartz) (Dorris claim)
July 26: Badger Flats (magnetite/fluorite/barite/malachite)(easy)
July 29: Harvey blue barite mine (barite) (easy)
August 2: Mushroom gulch (jasper)
August 9: Spruce Grove (topaz) (moderate hike at 9000 ft.)
August 12: Specimen/Sentinel rock (fluorite/amazonite/quartz) (extreme hike)
August 26: Eureka mine (fluorescent zircon/riebeckite/astrophyllite) (moderate walk)
Sept. 8-10: Great Salt Plains (gypsum crystals) (3-day trip to Oklahoma)

Click photo to enlarge.   ~ John Rakowski photo


From April through September, we (typically) meet at 9:00 am for only about 20 minutes to allow more time for our field trips! 

all Earth Science Scholars & Pebble Pups are Welcome on The Trips !

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST FOLLOW    The LGGMc Field Trip Rules   -AND- MUST ADHERE to    The AFMS Code of Ethics, Without Exception!

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 (click photo to enlarge) - John Rakowski photo