Welcome to the Austin Sierra Club

Hiking in Big Bend

In 2015 participate in an Austin Sierra Club Outing! We offer an incredible variety of activities - leisurely greenbelt walks, rugged wilderness hikes, camping--developed state parks and no-frills primitive, biking-- colorful neighborhood streets and quiet country roads, kayaking--gentle lakes and roaring rivers, bat watching, star gazing, geology exploring, snowshoeing, picking up litter, and restoring native habitats. Last year we hosted over 200 events and this year plan to do even more.




Next Monthly Meeting

September 8, 2015. Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge with Bill Carr, vice president of Friends of BCNWR. Straddling the divide between the Colorado and Brazos watersheds, the canyons facing Austin are deeply etched by erosion from the Colorado River tributaries. Layers of limestone, up to 1,000 feet thick in some places, underlie Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge. 

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All the Austin Sierra Clubs Events, Outings, and Meetings are posted on our Meet Up CalendarSign Up for our Meet Up Calendar and you will recieve email notices for our calendar postings, and you then be able to sign up to particpate in those events. 

For more Information Please Visit our MEETINGs Page.