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Sierra Club

Sierra Club

Inspired by nature, we are 1.4 million of your friends and neighbors, working together to protect our communities and the planet.

Image by David Silva | Bull Creek, CA

Image by Beth Sargent | Morro Bay, CA

Hiking. This is a good activity to do to clear your mind and release stress. Nature helps calm me down and feel at peace, so I would like to try and spend more time in it. I'd like to go hiking more often, or even just spend more casual time outside.

Caminito del Rey (Malaga)

President Theodore Roosevelt, John Muir, CA Gov. George Pardee, and others at the Grizzly Giant, Mariposa Grove. Photographed by Joseph N. LeConte in 1903.

This 1898 image was taken by Joseph N. LeConte, who would later become the second president of the Sierra Club. The location is Kings River in the Sierra. #tbt #throwbackthursday

Image by Rick Derevan | Atascadero, CA

Image by Emily Abrams | Valley of Fire State Park, NV

Image by Michael Renfrow | Theodore Roosevelt National Park, ND

Image by S.A. Cember | Pocantico Hills, NY

From the Sierra Club's Colby Library, that's none other than Ansel Adams. Image taken by Sierra Club Photographer Cedric Wright, probably from the 1930s.

Image by Gary Powell | Merced National Wildlife Refuge, CA

Image by Ryan Manuel | John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, OR

Ansel Adams, leaning on a tripod, with his pack mule while on a Sierra Club trip. Probably in the 1930s. Photo by Cedric Wright.

Image by Ronnie Goyette | Morro Bay, CA

Image by Pam Morris | Commerce City, CO

Image by Steve Patitsas (from Lethbridge, Alberta) | Glacier National Park, MT

Image by David Cross, Photographer, Nevada City, CA | Denali National Park, AK

John Muir said it best!

On the left is a young David Brower, who would eventually become the Sierra Club's first executive director. This image was probably taken in the 1930s. Photographer unknown. #tbt #throwbackthursday #vintage #climbing

Image by Michelle Maani | Pismo Creek, CA

Image by Don Henderson | San Luis Obispo County, CA

A Sierra Club outing, taken from the top of Mt. Williamson, the second highest peak in California. 1903. The photographer, Joseph N. LeConte, appears on the far right. (He took the photo using a cord.)