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Winter Trip-Leader Signup Now Underway, deadline Oct. 20….

Greetings Trusty GMC Burlington Trip Leaders:
These outings are published in the ‘Winter” 2015 Ridgelines.The deadline for sending your trip descriptions to Paul  Houchens is October 20th. This gives Maeve enough time to produce the newsletter.  As always you can let me know your outing dates by:
1) Fill in a date or two below and click reply to me (or email outings@gmcburlington.org)
2) Call me (802) 557-7009 and leave a message, or
3) Use the trusty doodle poll: http://doodle.com/3iv7ey5tfmrf6ry5#table 

(Don’t forget to click “Save” on the right in the Doodle Poll)

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GMC: one of ten Waterbury organizations eligible for grant by PC Construction

GMC has been selected as one of ten Waterbury, VT organizations eligible to be awarded up to $10,000 by PC Construction, a Vermont-based company currently working on the Waterbury State Office Complex that was destroyed during Tropical Storm Irene in 2011. But your vote is needed: http://www.pcconstruction.com/donations/ Continue reading

Backcountry Navigation Workshop, Sun. Oct. 26, 9:00 – 12:00 GMC Visitor Center, Waterbury Center

Take a Backcountry Navigation workshop with the GMC on Sunday, October 26, 9:00am – 12:00 at the GMC Visitor Center, Waterbury Center. Continue reading

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

Bolton Lodge and Bryant Camp Fund

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Fall 2014 Ridge Lines Newsletter in PDF

The Fall 2014 Ridgelines is here Continue reading

GMC’s Business Membership Program

In a recent survey of the Green Mountain Club’s 10,000+ members, 83% of participants said that they would be more likely to frequent a business that supports the Long Trail. Continue reading