Outings for November 2017

11/4 (Sat) Lincoln & Lafayette (NH)
Off to NH we go! Count on a long day, start to finish, approx. 14-15 hours from the greater BTV area. Drive, hike, eats/ libations, drive. Experienced fast-paced hikers only, please. Difficult hike. Strong pace. 9 miles. Robynn Albert, robynnalbert@hotmail.com.

11/5 (Sun) Tillotson & Belidere
We’ll loop up the Frank Post Trail to Tillotson Camp and on to Tillotson Peak, then go back south on the LT to Belvidere Mountain, and return on the Forester’s Trail. Difficult hike. Moderate pace. 8.5 miles. 2400′ elevation gain. David Hathaway, david.hathaway.78@gmail.com or 899-9982.

11/7 (Tue) Short notice work trip on Mt Mansfield
After the wind storm a week ago there are likely a lot of blowdowns on the trails. We’ll assess damage and clear trails. I’ll bring the section chainsaw, but all coming should bring work gloves, and a folding saw if you have one. Contact me for meeting time and place. David Hathaway, david.hathaway.78@gmail.com.

11/9 (Thu) Short notice work trip on Mt Mansfield
After the wind storm a week ago there are likely a lot of blowdowns on the trails. We’ll assess damage and clear trails. I’ll bring the section chainsaw, but all coming should bring work gloves, and a folding saw if you have one. We’ll meet at the Underhill Center park & ride by the Underhill Historical Society on the corner of Stevensville Road and Pleasant Valley Road at 9 AM. Time is  very approximate unless I know someone is joining me, so let me know if you plan to do so. David Hathaway, david.hathaway.78@gmail.com.

11/12 (Sun) Camels Hump via Monroe Trail
We will ascend and descend the Monroe Trail Moderate to difficult hike. 4.5 miles. 2500′ elevation gain. Kim Farone, kfarone@yahoo.com.

11/19 (Sun) Snake Mountain – POSTPONED, new date TBD
Postponed due to high probability rain forecast.
Great for beginners, kids, dogs or anyone needing to ‘stretch their legs’. This is a rewarding wilderness summit. Snake Mountain (on the Addison – Weybridge town line, off of Rt. 22A) offers an interesting history, open views, a unique natural lake close to the summit, and easy walking along an old carriage road. All ages and fitness levels are welcome to join. Easy hike. Leisurely pace. 3.6 miles. 900′ elevation gain. Ted Albers, ted@ted-albers.net.

11/26 (Sun) Laraway
We will meet at a side trail and hike into the LT and follow it to the top of Laraway. Moderate hike. 6 miles. 2000′ elevation gain. Contact leader by 11/2. Adam Heckle, theheckle123@gmail.com or 233-8091.

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