CUHKAAO HIKING GROUP 2018 SCHEDULE
For Waiver form, please click here: Waiver form
After a long and seemingly endless cold and snowy winter, the warmer days are finally coming. It is time for the CUHKAAO Hiking Group to come out of hibernation. The following is the hiking schedule for the 2018 hiking season. Please mark the dates down on your calendar. We hope to see many of you on the hiking trails.
Date Hiking Trails
May12 Taylor Creek Park Trail (East York, Toronto)
June 2 Countryside Preserve (Uxbridge)
July 14 Seaton Hiking Trail South Section (Pickering)
August 11 Thornton Bales Conservation Area and Jokers Hill Hiking Trails
September 22 Rogers Reservoir Conservation Area (East Gwillimbury)
October 20 Etobicoke Creek Trail (Etobicoke and Mississauga)
Please watch your email for more information as we approach the date for each hike. Hiking announcements will also be posted on the CUHKAAO website. (https://cuhkaao.wordpress.com/)
The hiking group activities are organized by the following CUHK alumni: Peter Li, Yiu Fai Cheung, James Tang, Daniel Yau, Michael Li and Steve Cheng. All CUHK alumni and their immediate family members are welcome to take part in our hikes. Guests of alumni are also welcome but there is a limit of 2 guests per alumnus or alumna.
If you have any question regarding the hiking group, please contact Peter Li (email@example.com) for more information.
All alumni who are interested in joining the hiking activity are asked to fill out the attached WAIVER FORM. Please sign and return the completed form (either in pdf or jpg format) to firstname.lastname@example.org, before the first hike in 2018. The waiver form will remain valid as long as the alumna/us participates in the hiking event organized by the CUHKAAO, that means, if you had submitted a waiver in previous years, there is no need to fill out and submit one this year.
For all of our hikes, participants are reminded to be self-sufficient. Please bring water, snack, insect repellent and a walking stick if recommended by the hiking leaders. Appropriate clothing and sturdy footwear should also be worn. Hikers must be physically fit and have a signed waiver submitted to the hiking group organizers before participating.