The SAHC Peak and Trail Segment Lists have been updated, they are available under Member Info.
List of changes PDF2016_Updates_Add-Sub.pdf (35.1KB)
SAHC eBulletin Volume 5 Number 7 covering Apr 23 - May 20 is now available for download to current SAHC members. Latest versions of the SAHC Peak, Canyon and Trail Segments lists are now posted.
In response to complaints about the SAHC website not working properly when submitting hikes or hike results.
Folks need to understand that the website process may not work 100% of the time, I would venture to say that I think the SAHC website works 99% of the time. The web host does not claim that their services are available 100% of the time, 99% is the claim.
The SAHC website rents space on a web hosting server, we are not the only website on the server. When an error occurs most of the time it is a server issue. The server may be experiencing a lot of traffic when the submission error occurs. The server may be in the middle of a reboot, it may experience memory issues from time to time. Perhaps the data got corrupted in the transmission process. The best remedy is for the user is to reload the page and refresh the browser window. If this does not correct the issue, simply waling for awhile and trying the submission again and it will probably work fine.
The other day I went to use my banks ATM, it was not operating properly, have you ever went out and tried to start your car and the battery was dead? Things happen, things don’t always work the way they should. That’s life!
The SAHC website is complicated, it has a login process, it has several large databases that need to be referenced on a daily basis, it works fine most of the time, on the occasions when it doesn’t perform the way it should please don’t panic and complain, just be patient and try again in a short while.
It has been noted that some members and guides are using their SAHC website login number containing preceding zeros instead of their member numbers on Trail sheets, Hike Submission Forms and Hike Results Forms.
Member numbers do not contain preceding zeros, only the website login uses preceding zeros to obtain the six characters required for the login process. Members may also change their password to any password containing at least 6 characters.
Using preceding zeros in the above processes may result in additional time and cause errors in the processing of the forms. In the Hike Results form using preceding zeros in the member numbers may result in the form returning Unknown in the member name field. If not corrected the Bulletin Editor must lookup the names and this results in additional time and effort to publish the Bulletin and eBulletin.
The incorrect numbers may also cause errors in the processing of SAHC statistical reports.
Thank you for your cooperation.