Events

ENJOY THESE EVENTS AS THEY HAPPEN ACROSS MICRONESIA!
E.g., 01-26-2022
E.g., 01-26-2022
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GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Tarzan Falls

Jan 29    Tarzan Falls    Medium    3 hours for 1.5 mile
This medium rated hike is great for families and beginners, with a fairly short trail and lots of water fun.
Bring: 2 liters water, hiking boots/clothes that can get wet, gloves, sun screen, sunglasses, insect repellent, snacks, and camera.
Special conditions: muddy trail, several hills up and down, slippery rocks.
GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Ghost Cave/Maemong Falls

Jan 22    Ghost Cave/Maemong Falls    Difficult    5 hours for 4 mile
We trek through one of Guam's central rivers to get to amazing rock formations that are rare to see.
Bring: 2 liters water, hiking boots/clothes that can get wet, sunglasses, sun screen, insect repellent, lunch, and camera.
Special conditions: River walking, moderate slopes, and some sword grass.
GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Inalajan Falls

Jan 15    Inalajan Falls    Difficult    5 hours for 7 miles
We hike over the hills of southeastern Guam to the best waterfalls in the Western Pacific.
Bring: 3 liters water, hiking boots/clothes that can get wet, gloves, sun screen, sunglasses, insect repellent, lunch, and camera.
Special conditions: Long walking in sun through hilly terrain, climbing a steep slope with a rope (optional), mud.
GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Sinisa/Lower Sigua Falls

Jan 08    Sinisa/Lower Sigua Falls    Very Difficult    6 hours for 6.8 miles
We hike over the hills and through a gorge of southern Guam to World War II tanks and two waterfalls.
Bring: 4 liters water, hiking boots/clothes that can get wet, gloves, sun screen, sunglasses, insect repellent, lunch, and camera. Special conditions: Rope climbing, steep slopes, slippery mud, and walking in water.
GUAM

Boonie Stomps - Maguagua Falls

Jan 01    Maguagua Falls    Very Medium/Difficult    4 hours for 2.5 miles
We head to a unique waterfall in central Guam where we will relax and enjoy the views overlooking Maguagua Valley. Bring: 3 liters water, hiking boots/clothes that can get wet, gloves, sun screen, sunglasses, insect repellent, snacks, and camera. Special conditions: Swordgrass, steep slopes, and climbing with a rope.