The Sierra Club mission is to explore, enjoy and protect the planet. Thank you for your participation and support.
Our bus trips are open to all Sierra Club and non-Sierra Club members, 18 years of age and older. If you’re not currently a member, we encourage you to join the Sierra Club through their website. Our bus trips could not exist without the support of the Sierra Club and we would appreciate your support.
We accept sign ups on a first-come, first-served basis. We offer easy to difficult trips depending on the location. Please select your bus trip based on your physical condition and the trip’s level of difficulty.
Note that sickness, injury, or work schedules are not grounds for a refund. Via email, contact the Coordinator or Leader of the outing regarding a refund.
A full refund is possible only if:
A partial refund is possible:
Shared cost outings:
Where land use agencies, such as Inyo National Forest, require all participants to share equally in the direct cost of the trip, a refund of any fees collected above the direct cost is offered to all participants regardless of the stipulations above. Note that participants who do not request a refund of any fee collected above the direct cost of the trip are assisting in defraying the costs incurred by leaders and Sierra Club San Diego in the operation of the bus trip program.
CST2087766-40. Registration as a seller of travel does not constitute approval by the State of California.
San Diego Chapter of the Sierra Club reserves the right to take photographs and/or videos during any Sierra Club bus trip, and to use those photographs and/or videos for marketing purposes for the Sierra Club. As a participant on one of our trips, you therefore are agreeing to let your image be used in such photographs and/or videos. Participants who do not wish their images to be used in this manner should notify the trip leader in advance.
In order to ensure your safety and that of others on the trip, you are responsible for the following: Providing accurate and complete personal information requested for approval; carefully reviewing all trip information provided, and understanding as thoroughly as possible the physical and mental demands of the trip, as well as possible risks; properly equipping yourself in accordance with recommendations of the trip leader and Sierra Club Outings; avoiding breaking any applicable laws, and refraining from antisocial conduct during the trip; following environmental guidelines and regulations in accordance with direction from the trip leader; and always respecting the rights and privacy of other trip members.