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California Alpine Club

Founded, April 1913  •  Incorporated, April 1936

Alpine Lodge

THE PURPOSES of this Club are: To explore, enjoy, and protect the natural resources of our land, including wildlife, forests and plants, water and scenic values; to support and promote educational programs on these and related subjects; at all times to protect and, as far as we are able, improve the environment in which we live; and to strengthen a sense of community among our Members and Associate Members.

Echo Summit Lodge

The California Alpine Club owns and operates two lodges: ALPINE LODGE, acquired in 1925, is located on the south slope of Mt. Tamalpais. ECHO SUMMIT LODGE, acquired in 1952, is located at the summit of Old Meyers Grade, with commanding views of the south Tahoe basin.

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