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September 22, 2013
SOUTH AMERICA Presentation Jared Vagy will share his experiences in South America climbing glaciated mountains, technical rock walls, remote icy peaks and an attempt at Aconcagua, Argentina, the highest mountain in the world outside the Himalayas. When, where: 7 p.m. Thursday at the REI store in Santa Monica, 402 Santa Monica Blvd. Admission, info: Free. (310) 458-4370. PHOTOGRAPHY Presentation Eric Poppleton will present digital and printed media from his globe-trotting expeditions as well as tips and tricks of the trade.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 28, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
Searchers continued Saturday to comb the frigid 8,831-foot Mt. Pinos for a 64-year-old Chatsworth hiker missing since Wednesday, said Cheryl Longwith, a spokeswoman for the Kern County Sheriff's Department. Robert Komenda failed to return from a day hike on the McGill Trail, said Longwith, adding that Komenda is an experienced hiker familiar with the area. More than 50 people from five counties are involved in the search, scheduled to resume at 7 this morning.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 16, 2006 | From Times Staff Reports
In an attempt to quell spats between residents and vacation renters in mountain communities, the Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance Tuesday that requires landlords to apply for permits and submit to inspections. Landlords who rent to people for less than 30 days must pay $155 for the first inspection and $124 every other year. They also must have someone available 24 hours a day to respond to complaints.
NEWS
March 29, 2013 | By Brian E. Clark
It's 100 miles by car between Aspen and Crested Butte . But if you're fit and would rather hike between these two famed Colorado ski towns this summer, the trek is only 11 miles and takes just six hours. Better yet, it promises meadows filled with wildflowers and stunning mountain vistas. The folks who run Aspen's Limelight Hotel say many of their guests are adventurers and aspiring mountaineers. So the hotel is introducing a way to explore the local mountains with the new Aspen-Crested Butte Package.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 2001 | JACK LEONARD
A Mission Viejo bike rider who lost his way in the Santa Ana mountains and spent the night in stormy weather was found unhurt Saturday afternoon, authorities said. Alberto Almanza, 31, managed to signal an Orange County Fire Authority helicopter as it scoured the mountains for him about 3:25 p.m., said Orange County Sheriff's Lt. Rich Paddock. Almanza's family reported the experienced biker missing Saturday morning after he failed to return from a ride along the San Juan Trail, Paddock said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
Two hikers found human bones in a remote part of a mountain range, and authorities were preparing to test them to determine the person's identity, sheriff's officials said Thursday. Authorities believe a mountain lion scattered the bones and carried some of them to a rock plateau, where the hikers found them over the weekend, said Lake County Sheriff's Sgt. Mike Morshed.
NEWS
March 31, 1991 | RONALD B. TAYLOR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sunny skies and lots of snow were the reports coming out of the Sierra Nevada and San Bernardino Mountain ski areas Saturday, and meteorologists predicted sunny to partly cloudy weather and possible showers by the end of the holiday weekend. Most of the roads closed earlier by the storms that pounded the mountain areas in Southern and Central California were open by Saturday, law enforcement agencies reported.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 2000 | TONY LYSTRA
A fast-moving storm system is expected to dump up to 4 inches of rain in Ventura County's mountain areas Monday before giving way to clear skies Tuesday afternoon. Clouds are expected to move over the county tonight, yielding an estimated 80% chance of rain Monday, said Bill Hoffer, a National Weather Service meteorologist. An estimated quarter- to half-inch of rain could fall Monday in coastal areas, with 2 inches possible in the foothills and 4 inches in the mountains, Hoffer said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2012 | Steve Lopez
We headed into the weekend without much of a plan, other than taking in a Dodger game. But as things turned out, we would have written a song if Randy Newman hadn't beaten us to it. On Saturday morning, the storm had moved out, the air was crisp and the sky was mostly clear. How about a hike in the mountains? I ran this past the family and the chairwoman of the board voted yes, but the 8-year-old vice chair was a tough sell. Her questions included "What mountains?" and "What are we going to do there?"
WORLD
July 17, 2009 | TIMES WIRE REPORTS
Police said 10 climbers have died on two mountains in northern Japan. Nine people died while climbing Mt. Tomuraushi on Hokkaido island, police spokesman Masafumi Yamasaki said. And a woman died on a different mountain on Hokkaido, he said. He could not provide further details, including the cause of their deaths. Reports said the weather was bad at the time they were climbing.
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