JUNE 23 JOSEPH TRUJILLO MEMORIAL HIKEAND PICNIC. 5-6 miles at easy to moderate pace. We'll hike to one of Joe's favorite place's,then back to Harrisville Pond for a picnic. Bring something to share and a chair. Leader will provide grill table, utensils hot dogs and ice tea. Those who just want to picnic and remember Joe come between 12-12:30. Meet at Harrisville Pond Rt 679 a spur of Rt 563. Leader Christine Denneler (6 0 9) 351-2789, firstname.lastname@example.org
July 23-25 KAYAK CAMPOUT ON THE DELAWARE RIVER.This is a 3 day trip on the Delaware river , no rentals, participants need to bring all their own gear to camp and cook 1 free night, second night will be at WorthingtonState Park . If I get a group site. call or e-mail pat for details mailto:email@example.com (856) 767-8064
AUGUST 3-4 BACKPACK THE PINCHOT TRAIL. The Pinchot Trail, named after Gifford Pinchot, the first chief in charge of the United States Forest Service as well as a two term governor of Pennsylvania, is located in Lackawanna State Forest on the Pocono plateau in north-eastern Pennsylvania. This is an easy hike with very little elevation change. We would hike almost 9 miles on Saturday and then about 5 on Sunday. We'd camp along Choke Creek on Saturday night. This is not like on the AT. There are no shelters, Privies, or springs. You will need a tent for this trip. A water filter can be shared amongst the group if you do not have one. Limit of 12 backpackers. Trip Leader Erick Panger firstname.lastname@example.org
PROPOSED DATES FOR SEPTEMBER IN WESTERN MAINE - SEPTEMBER8-13 & SEPTEMBER 15-20 Price is $1273 all included, cabin, food, shuttles, guide, tax, tips. Kayaks are available if needed and requested at registration time.
Location: Bald Mountain Camps, Oquossoc, ME.
(www.baldmountaincamps.com) Historic sporting camp located on pristine Mooselookmeguntic Lake.
Activities: several hiking options (mountaintops, water falls, backwoods roads, a piece of the A.T.), kayaking/canoeing, biking, golfing, tennis, photography, wildlife viewing, geocaching, sunsets, moonrises, starlight, loon calls to appreciate, or slip into Rangeley if civilization required. Trip includes: guided kayaking or canoeing pristine lakes and rivers with our host and Registered Maine Guide, Steve Philbrick, log cabins with fireplace, wood, bath, linens, porch, meals in the lodge dining room for first class breakfasts and dinners, sack lunches for the trail. Happy to answer questions. Contact: Judy Norcross, 609-288-6737.
SEPTEMBER 28 Brendan Byrne State Park 5.5 Hike and Tailgate (campover). We'll hike a loop at the park. Then have a tailgate social, so bring food and snacks to share. NC NP Modest pace. Meet at the Campground Intersection. Leader: Tom Neigel - email@example.com, (609) 206 – 3389 Camping Notes: Possible camp-over if weather permits. You can reserve your site via ReserveAmerica.com. Meet at Brendan Byrne State Forest Campgrounds.
LEADERS WANTED.All the activities you enjoy are made possible because of our leaders, Consider becoming a leader. Contact Activities coordinator,Frank Pearce , firstname.lastname@example.org or 856-767-2780