What does it mean to be an Island Mountain Rambler? Surely it’s more than simply showing up to a single trip, and coming to annual meetings. Being an active member in the club takes heart, and sometimes dedication –especially when it’s raining! Relationships are forged on the trails, beaches, and mountaintops of Vancouver Island. It’s somewhere in these places where the meaning of membership is found.
Completing this objective shows you are dedicated to adventure and your fellow Island Mountain Ramblers!
Dates: This objective started in April 2016. Your trips are likely going to be spread over multiple years to achieve this goal.
Objective: Participate in 20 days of hiking
When members complete 20 days of club trips they qualify for their complimentary Island Mountain Ramblers crest! The 20 days can be achieved by doing day hikes, and overnight multi-day trips. The only caveat, travel days do not count.
The Island Mountain Ramblers Crest
The following club members have claimed this objective:
John Young (January 2016)
Dean Williams (June 2016)
Shannon Tagseth (July 2017)
Matthew Lettington (October 2017)
Phil Jackson (October 2017)
Jessica Wilcox (December 2017)
Carol Dupuis (March 2018)
Adrian Houle (April 2018)
Michael Paskevicius (June 2018)
Elizabeth Avis (July 2018)
Christine Rivers (September 2018)
Julianna Wells (October 2018)
Carmen Zitek (October 2018)
Hemingway Leong-Lettington (April 2019)
Wendy Langelo (January 2020)
Jaime Crucil (March 2022)
Mary Hof (March 2022)
Brian Flemming (October 2023)
Mojgan Kousha (October 2023)
Greg Daebler (October 2023)