Trip Reports – January – April, 2014 (updated 5/26/14) photos galore

4/27/14 Wildflower Hike at Niquette Bay State Park Continue reading

Trip Reports for September – December 2013 (updated 1/19/14) with photos

12/8/2013 Mount Abraham via Battell Trail
This was another well-attended trip, Continue reading

List of Past Trips for Trip Leaders (or Anyone Else) to Re-Use

Trip leaders (or anyone else.) Looking for inspiration for your next trip?

  • List of Burlington Section Trip Ideas to use to your heart’s content
  • List of day hikes near the GMC in Waterbury for more ideas
  • Of course you can also scan past issues of Ridgelines, too!
  • Interested in leading a trip? You can do it! Contact Paul.

    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

    New Long Trail north of Winooski takes form before our very eyes!

    GMC’s Director of Trail Programs Dave Hardy led a volunteer crew that joined GMC’s trail staff who have been working on the new Long Trail route on Stimson Mt. north of the new Winooski Bridge. Thanks to students from Johnson State, too.

    GroupSee more photos (click each to enlarge). Continue reading

    Young Adventurers Club launched.. Have little ones? Join us!

    GMC Young Adventurers Club

    GMC Young Adventurers Club

    The Young Adventurers Club gets kids 0-6 years old and their parents outdoors, to hike, play, learn, explore, and make friends! The YAC Burlington Section will have an outing on the first Saturday of each month. We communicate by facebook and e-mail. Kelley Christie is leading this effort for the Burlington Section. Have kids and are looking for a genuine Vermont out-of-doors experience? Join Kelley! The Young Adventurers Club of the Green Mountain Club was started by the Montpelier section. See some YAC photos!

    Trip Reports May – August 2013 (updated 1/19/14)

    8/24/13 – Hike up Mt. Abe via the Long Trail
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