Category Archives: Section news

Burlington Section hosts GMC Annual Meeting

The GMC annual meeting will be held June 12 and 13 at the GMC headquarters in Waterbury, and is being hosted by our section!  It will include celebration of the new Winooski River bridge, various trips, and a special presentation of “Tales from the Long Trail and the Green Mountains” Saturday evening by author and storyteller Willem Lange. Go here for more information and registration.

EMS Club Days sign-up

Burlington Section Green Mountain Club Members,  here is a fun volunteer opportunity for Friday May 1 and Saturday May 2, 2015. Continue reading

Spring 2015 Ridge Lines Newsletter in PDF

The spring issue of Ridgelines is here. Continue reading

New Facebook page for GMC Burlington Section

Our communications chair, Joe Sikowitz, has built us a brand new Facebook page.  Check it out here and “like” us!

Ceremonial “First Crossing” of Winooski River Bridge by Daan Zwick, 12/2014

The Winooski River bridge is finally complete! Here is a link to a video showing the ceremonial “first crossing” by Daan Zwick, a major contributor to the bridge project.

2nd Annual We Saved Bolton Nordic & Backcountry Celebration

Join us for the 2nd Annual We Saved Bolton Nordic & Backcountry Celebration

Tours and Aprés Ski!
Featuring Bon Temps Gourmet
March 7, 2015 • 2 pm-6 pm

Bolton is protected forever. Come and see why the celebration never stops!
Tours of the trails begin at 2pm. Aprés ski begins at 4 pm.
*$10 for VLT, CTA, & GMC members. $15 for non-members. Kids 12 & under FREE!
RSVP Required: www.vlt.org/events
*All participants will need to purchase a $5 Bolton trail pass at the Nordic Center prior to the event unless already a pass holder.

See GMC Flickr Site for Unique Moments in History

A new Flickr page highlights unique and interesting moments in the Club’s history. A Flickr page is an inviting platform that encourages visitors to comment on the postings and allows for increased accessibility to proud moments, interesting stories, and noteworthy people and events related to the Green Mountain Club. Photo Robert L. Coffin.Long Trail sign