Bring drinking water and a lunch. Wear sturdy footwear, dress appropriately for the weather and be prepared for weather changes. Distances are round trip and are approximate, as are elevation gains. Hike leader has discretion to refuse anyone who is not adequately prepared or not in compliance with covid-19 guidelines. Proof of vaccination may be required and all hikes until further notice are by reservation only. If you reserve a space and are unable to go, please let the leader know ASAP so that someone else can take your place. You may be asked to provide contact information to the leader when you reserve your space. *Note from the outings chair: This is the best info we have as of press time, but the situation remains fluid. Restrictions may ease or tighten as circumstances demand, so check with the hike leader if you have questions
September 11, Saturday Herb Ogden 293-2510, email@example.com Quimby, Killington We'll climb east on the Appalachian Trail from River Road to near Quimby Mountain, then follow an abandoned road to view the little Woodard cemetery and nearby huge cellar hole, with views toward Pico and Killington Peaks. We'll return by the Quimby Road. 4.5 miles, moderate, with 1300' total ascent, mostly in the first 1.25 miles.
September 25, Saturday Herb Ogden 293-2510, firstname.lastname@example.org Green Mountain, Mt. Tabor We'll hike the Long Trail north from Forest Road 10 to Little Rock Pond, climb Green Mountain with views east over the pond, descend through fine evergreen woods and return by the Green Mt. Trail and Connector. 6.9 miles, moderate, with 1050' total ascent.
November 6, Saturday Put the Trails to Bed Work Day LT/AT Larry Walter 775-3855 or Dave Coppock 683-1614 Join us for our last-of-the-season work party. Bring lunch, water and work gloves. Tools will be provided. Call for time and meeting place.