Albuquerque Senior Centers' Hiking Groups (ASCHG)

Meseta De Ricardo, 10Apr10

Welcome

We invite you to come out and hike with us. Enjoy the natural beauty of the mountains and deserts of New Mexico with our volunteer hike leaders and van drivers to show you the way.  We do day hikes four to six times a week, in the company of friendly fellow-hikers who are ready to share their enthusiasm and knowledge of the area.  Everyone is welcome to use this website as a resource to learn about hikes and our program.

Volunteer

We always need hike leaders and van drivers, both regulars and occasional substitutes.  There are many other ways for you to participate — publicity for our group, planning a picnic or event, computer and website assistance.  As you hike with us, please get to know your hike leaders, drivers, and other active members of our groups.  All these people will be happy to steer you in the right direction for volunteering, and will arrange to mentor you for leadership roles.

Please contact the administrator with your interests.

New To ASCHG?  Want To Join?

Joining this ASCHG website allows you to log in.  You may sign up for hike notices, view hike reports, post photos, learn about flowers, and more.

Before joining ASCHG, you must first become a member at any of Albuquerque’s senior centers, fitness centers, or multi-generational centers.  The cost is $13 per year, and your membership entitles you to hike with any and all the hiking groups.

Click here for a list of the centers, their addresses and phone numbers.

Your center membership number will be required when you join ASCHG.

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Hiking With Us (How To Sign Up For Hikes)

Browse the current season under the Hike Schedules tab, then click the Group Abbreviation link in left column to learn how to sign up.  Rules vary at each Senior Center and at the Fitness Centers.

Log In

Join ASCHG

You must join a center first and have your membership number.

News

14 Aug 16 - Email Problems Persist  We are still having major problems with Q.Com and some with CenturyLink.Net.  All Q.Com accounts think our emails are spam while a few CenturyLink.Net accounts think our emails are spam.  Since only a few CenturyLink.Net accounts thinks our emails are spam, our emails may be being rejected because of of spam filter setting of the account holders.

12 Aug 16 - Q.COM Problem  For reasons unknown, Q.Com thinks we are a spam site so all the emails send Thursday to hikers with q.com accounts (sixteen of you) were blocked.  "554 5.7.1 [P4] Message blocked due to spam content in the message." Hopefully this will clear up on its own.

Winter Activities

See the Winter tab at the top of the screen for winter activites with the fitness centers.

Disclaimer

This website is not an official City of Albuquerque website.  No responsibility is accepted for the accuracy of information on this website.  Use the information on this website at your own risk.