Please contact Monica at monica@seattlecascades.com. Along the North Cascades Highway, you’ll also find the Heather-Maple Pass Loop Trail.

The first is Esmerelda Basin, a two-hour drive from Seattle. The first PyCascades conference was a success! Pre-registration is required, and spots will be filled on a first come basis. The OPEN roster will compete in 12 regular season AUDL games. Walk up registrations will only be accepted if space is available. The 2020 Seattle Cascades WOMXN’S team will compete in the Western Ultimate League (WUL) and the OPEN team will compete in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL).

Those hoping for a harder hike, and more larches with fewer people, can head up to Cutthroat Pass. SEATTLE CASCADES = TWO TEAMS! The Seattle Cascades is hosting 5-day youth ultimate camps this Summer. Cascades Clinic 11-10-2019 . [1] The team's stated core values are integrity, community, and athletic excellence.[1]. Our organizer team includes members of the Vancouver, Seattle, and Portland Python user groups. Here, you’ll find incredible forests of larches along the eight-mile-round-trip trek with a leg-burning 3,600 feet of elevation gain. Pack your patience and practice trail etiquette to ensure that you and all around you have a great time in the alpine bliss. We will play 6 games (3 home, 3 away), and depending our record we will compete in the post-season which will last 2-3 weeks. If you order a jersey, shorts, or disc, you'll select it at check-in. The AUDL regular season will run from early April to mid July, with 6 home games and 6 away games.

Along the North Cascades Highway, you’ll also find the Heather-Maple Pass Loop Trail. The 2020 AUDL season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[5]. If there is any last minute news, we'll update you by email ahead of time. The club first competed in 2015 as an open AUDL team, and added a mixed roster in 2017 and a women's roster in 2018. The WOMEN'S roster will play in 2-3 “Cup” games, of which at least one will be at home. To pay in cash day-of, contact monica@seattlecascades.com in advance to announce your intent to attend. [8][9][10][11] This event provided motivation for the Cascades to commit to creating more playing opportunities for women beginning in the 2018 season. Players must come with completed paperwork or a parent/guardian to sign papers at registration:  Cascades AUDL Liability Waiver & Cascades Youth Medical Authorization. Beginners focus on solidifying skills, fundamental strategies, and spirited play. Cascades Clinic 10-27-2019 .

Subalpine larches are shorter, reaching around 70 feet in height due to a higher elevation: 5,500 to 7,500 feet. Session C: Aug 10-14 @ Montlake Park. We will play in Cup games, including the Cascades Cup (in Seattle), and more to-be-scheduled matches. In 2018, they placed fifth (last) in the West Division and did not qualify for the divisional playoff. Stevens and Blewett passes have a handful of good larch hikes, although they’re a long drive from downtown Seattle. We've recruited some of the best coaches in Seattle to provide elite instruction for our players. We will be updating this page. Those hoping to get further away from the crowds and the dogs should hike the 9 mile round trip trail to Lake Ingalls, which gains 2,500 feet of elevation. Blue Lake Trail is also in the general area. Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). The Seattle Cascades are the Pacific Northwest’s oldest youth organization in the pageantry arts, representing our region for more than 50 years. [1], The Cascades mixed gender roster includes players from both the open and women's rosters. 2019 tryouts The Combine will be the main leg of the Cascades tryout process - everyone is invited to compete for a spot on the 2019 roster! Come learn with us! #3 Kelly Gillean#9 Qxhna Titcomb#10 Lexi Garrity#13 Candace Hoefert#14 Sam Rodenberg#18 Hazel Ostrowski#19 Asia Peureux#20 Charlie Eide#21 Jess Spaulding#26 Emily Zukowski#31 Steph Lim#33 Sophia Palmer#36 Ikran Elmi#37 Leana Girton#49 Kristie Wong#50 Charlie Mercer#54 Lauren Holzman#62 Tien La#66 Laura Manson#71 Ari Lozano#77 Lili Gu#92 Melissa Merrick#98 Sophia Scofield-Selby#96 Jennifer Ricaurte, Reserve roster:#0 Kelly Johnson#25 Drew Johnson#41 Hana Kawai#64 Rohre Titcomb, #0 Kelly Johnson#3 Kelly Gillean#9 Qxhna Titcomb#10 Lexi Garrity#14 Sam Rodenberg#18 Hazel Ostrowski#20 Charlie Eide#21 Jess Spaulding#25 Drew Johnson#31 Steph Lim#33 Sophia Palmer#41 Hana Kawai#50 Charlie Mercer#66 Laura Manson#71 Ari Lozano#77 Lili Gu, #2 Kodi Smart#5 Dennis Casio#7 Henry Phan#11 Marc Munoz#15 June Rapisura#16 Bryson Fox#22 Peter Geertz-Larson#24 Will Coffin#30 Mark Burton#42 Cam Bailey#60 Brad Houser#61 Nick Mahan#89 Jay Boychuk#99 Khalif El-salaam, #2 Kodi Smart#4 Henry Schneider#5 Dennis Casio#7 Henry Phan#9 Qxhna Titcomb#11 Marc Munoz#12 Thomas Lassetter#15 June Rapisura#16 Bryson Fox#20 Charlie Eide#22 Peter Geertz-Larson#24 Will Coffin#27 Xtehn Titcomb#28 John Quandt#29 Sam Cook#30 Mark Burton#31 Steph Lim#32 Alex Duffel#34 Zach Sabin#38 Keegan Taggart#40 Jacob Komenda#45 Ryan Segal#50 Charlie Mercer#52 Kahyee Fong#60 Brad Houser#61 Nick Mahan#70 Wally Kasprzycki#73 Zhi Chen#88 Jack Brown#89 Jay Boychuk#90 Shane Worthington#91 Jesse Bolton#99 Khalif El-salaam, Practice players:#17 Trell Paris#23 Adam Choi#42 Cam Bailey#47 Cameron Baker#80 Martin Le. A yellowish-green in the spring and summer months, the return of the cold weather turns the needles become a brilliant gold color for a few weeks, then transition to an orange color until the needles drop around Halloween. Session A: July 13-17 @ Jefferson Park. We will offer a variety of drills suitable for different levels of play, so all experience levels are encouraged to attend. This article has been corrected to note that larches are both conifers and deciduous. Coaches will be Seattle Cascades players from our WOMEN’S and OPEN rosters. The Seattle Cascades is hosting 5-day youth ultimate camps this Summer. Questions? That’s why you have to go east to truly experience the majesty of these golden idols.

Beginners focus … The season runs April-July. Due to COVID-19, we have cancelled this Summer’s overnight camps on Whidbey Island and replaced them with day camps. We spend a great afternoon at the banquet hall, and then head to Lucas Oil for finals before starting the journey home. The Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL) with an open roster and in the Western Ultimate League (WUL) with a women's roster. The WUL and AUDL regular season schedules will be announced in February and the dates of our MIXED “Cup” games will follow. - Cleats for playing on artificial turf.- Appropriate clothing. 2019 RESULTS OPEN ROSTER (2-10) 4.06 | 6:30pm | San Jose Spiders at Seattle Cascades | 28-27 | L 4.20 | 6:00pm | Los Angeles Aviators at Seattle Cascades | 24-20 | L Most sessions include a strength & agility component and all clinics include plenty of scrimmaging.

Beginners focus on solidifying skills, fundamental strategies, and spirited play. The Open team is accessible to all genders, without limitations.

Session A: July 13-17 @ Jefferson Park, Session B: July 27-31 @ Jefferson Park. Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). 2015 Roster; 2016 Roster; 2017 Roster; 2018 Roster; 2019 Roster . (We'll provide coolers for re-filling your bottle. They also compete as a mixed squad in various exhibition games. Now it's time for a second round in 2019.

Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). This roster competes in periodic mixed showcase competitions,[7] such as the annual Cascades Cup in Seattle. The WUL WOMEN'S team will play in 6 regular season games.

Sign up for our newsletter to stay informed about all things Cascades! Our MIXED roster includes women and men. The Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League with an open roster and in the Western Ultimate League (WUL) with a women's roster. If we finish first or second in the West Division, then we'll play one playoff game for a spot at Championship Weekend in August. In this same area always classic Lake Ann trail, gaining 2,200 feet in 8.2 miles round trip. Although they look like pine trees, larches are not evergreens like similar-looking conifers—they’re possibly the Evergreen State’s most sought-after deciduous trees. They also compete as a mixed squad in various exhibition games. Seattle Cascades are a professional ultimate team that competes in the Western Division of the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL). [1] The team is named after the mountain range that runs through the Pacific Northwest and their mascots are gender-neutral Sasquatches (a.k.a. HALLOWEEN EDITION - PLAY IN A COSTUME IF YOU LIKE!

That means that unlike the normal trees you see retaining needles throughout the year, like the Douglas fir, the needles on Larches fall off in the autumn months, like the hand-sized leaves of broadleaf maples. SEATTLE CASCADES ROSTERS: The OPEN roster will compete in 12 regular season AUDL games.

women’s division or for a woman placement in the USAU. As pumpkin spice goods flood the stores and coffee shops all around the Puget Sound, there’s an autumn event that’s far more exciting to many Seattleites. In the Snoqualmie area, there are three main hikes to see the larches, all starting from the same trailhead. Check back soon! In the Seattle city limits, you can find larches at Washington Park Arboretum, Ravenna Park, and Woodland Park. While best seen as a permit-only backpacking trip, anyone hoping for serious hiking and incredible views of Cascades wildnerness should consider a trip here.

Seattle Cascades - AUDL Professional Ultimate Team. 2019 - Grey Jacket w/Blue paneling on the left side Sleeveless Blue sash on the right Fuscia elbow-length gloves Grey pants No headgear: Website: www.seattlecascades.org: The Seattle Cascades Drum and Bugle Corps is a World Class competitive junior drum and bugle corps. We will offer a variety of drills suitable for different levels of play, so all experience levels are encouraged to attend.