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  • 7th Annual Pinnacles Climber Appreciation Days

    Join together with Friends of Pinnacles, Mud n Crud (Masters of Mud), Pinnacles National Park Foundation, the Access Fund, the American Alpine Club, Pacific Edge and Mountain Tools to support the Pinnacles Trail Crew at Pinnacles National Park.

Chief Ranger Mark Igo Retires

Chief ranger Mark Igo is retiring. Mark's career has taken him to Big Bend, Amistad, Glen Canyon, Curecanti, back to Glen Canyon, then to Pinnacles. Friday will be his last day in the office. Mark and Marlene will become full-time travelers in their motor home and will be visiting many of the areas they haven't been able to get to during the last 27 years. Friends Of Pinnacles wishes Mark and Marlene the best of luck in their endeavors.


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  • 7th Annual Pinnacles Climber Appreciation Days

    Join together with Friends of Pinnacles, Mud n Crud (Masters of Mud), Pinnacles National Park Foundation, the Access Fund, the American Alpine Club, Pacific Edge and Mountain Tools to support the Pinnacles Trail Crew at Pinnacles National Park.

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