9/2 (Sat) Whiteface (VT) from Smuggler’s Notch to Rt 15
From the top of Smuggler’s Notch we’ll climb to Sterling Pond, then follow the Long Trail over Madonna and Morse Mountains, continue to Whiteface Mountain and continue north on the Long Trail to Rt 15. Difficult hike. Moderate pace. 12.5 miles. 2700 elevation gain. Group limit 10. David Hathaway, firstname.lastname@example.org or 899-9982.
9/9 (Sat) Young Adventurers Club
The Young Adventurers Club will meet in a location tbd for play and exploration of local trails at a family-friendly pace. Please contact the leader for more details. Michelle Connor, email@example.com.
9/10 (Sun) Lamoille Valley Rail Trail bicycle
Ride the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail from West Danville to St. Johnsbury and back with lunch in St. Johnsbury. Easy/Moderate bicycle. 34 miles. Mary Lou Recor, firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-2834.
9/9-10 (Sat-Sun) Elephants Head to Whiteface Mt (overnight)
We will start out early Saturday morning at VT Route 108 at Smugglers Notch Picnic Area and head to Elephants Head Cliff then off to Sterling pond. We will hang out at the pond, fish a little if you would like to, have lunch, bask in the sun, walk around the pond before we head up toward Madonna Peak. We will continue on to Whiteface Shelter to set up camp with a possible sunset on Whiteface Mtn. Day 2 we will loop around and head on back to trailhead on Route 108. Rain date is the following weekend. Kim Farone, email@example.com.
9/16 (Sat) Canceled –
Waterbury Reservoir Paddle
Enjoy an easy two to three hour paddle on the Waterbury Reservoir near Waterbury Center. We will access the reservoir via the boat launch at the dam, from the less-used access off Little River Road and Rt. 2. Contact trip leader for meet-up time and directions but please take note – this outings leader is not an early riser 😉 Perfect weather guaranteed or double your money back. Group limit 8. Ted Albers, firstname.lastname@example.org.
9/17 (Sun) South Boquet Mt (NY)
A gem near Essex, NY after a scenic short ferry ride across the lake from Charlotte. A short hike with an easy 700 ft. of elevation gain on a trail filled with ferns and wildflowers and great views across the lake from a bar rocky summit. Beth Ruskai, email@example.com.
9/23 (Sat) Mt Norris (Eden)
The best place you’ve never been for the best view you’ve never seen. Moderate hike. 3.6 miles. Mary Lou Recor, firstname.lastname@example.org or 660-2834.
9/24 (Sun) Mt Mansfield via Sunset Ridge
From Underhill State Park we’ll head up Sunset Ridge Trail to the summit of Mt Mansfield and return. Difficult hike. 6.6 miles. 2600′ elevation gain. Wolfgang Hokenmaier, email@example.com or 343-8175.