Outings for May 2019

5/4 (Sat) Spring Trail Work
Help clear the Long Trail (and some side trails). Bring work gloves, lunch, water. Tools provided or bring your own. Meet at UVM visitor’s lot at 8AM or Richmond Park & Ride (Exit 11) at 8:30AM. Moderate work trip. Slow-moderate pace. 4-10 miles. 1000-2000′ elevation gain. John Sharp, john.sharp@uvm.edu or 862-3941. Paul Beliveau, pbeliveau@gmail.com .

5/5 (Sun) Wildflower Hike
We will hike the trails on the perimeter of Niquette Bay State Park while looking for early spring wildflowers. Easy hike. Moderate pace. 3.5 miles. Group limit 15. Contact leader by 5/3. Sheri Larsen, larsen007@aol.com or 878-6828.

5/11 (Sat) Spring Trail Work
Help clear the Long Trail (and some side trails). Bring work gloves, lunch, water. Tools provided or bring your own. Meet at UVM visitor’s lot at 8AM or Richmond Park & Ride (Exit 11) at 8:30AM. Moderate work trip. Slow-moderate pace. 4-10 miles. 1000-2000′ elevation gain. John Sharp, john.sharp@uvm.edu or 862-3941. Paul Beliveau, pbeliveau@gmail.com .

5/12 (Sun) Shelburne / Charlotte bike ride
We’ll tour some of the gravel roads around Shelburne and Charlotte. 20 miles. Lindsay Pokorak, lpokorak@gmail.com.

5/18 (Sat) Spring Trail Work
Help clear the Long Trail (and some side trails). Bring work gloves, lunch, water. Tools provided or bring your own. Meet at UVM visitor’s lot at 8AM or Richmond Park & Ride (Exit 11) at 8:30AM. Moderate work trip. Slow-moderate pace. 4-10 miles. 1000-2000′ elevation gain. John Sharp, john.sharp@uvm.edu or 862-3941. Paul Beliveau, pbeliveau@gmail.com .

5/19 (Sun) Waterbury Reservoir paddle
From the put in at the dam we’ll paddle around Waterbury Reservoir. Kim Farone, kfarone@yahoo.com.

5/25 (Sat) Spring Trail Work
Help clear the Long Trail (and some side trails). Bring work gloves, lunch, water. Tools provided or bring your own. Meet at UVM visitor’s lot at 8AM or Richmond Park & Ride (Exit 11) at 8:30AM. May be cancelled if need work is done on earlier trips. Moderate work trip. Slow-moderate pace. 4-10 miles. 1000-2000′ elevation gain. John Sharp, john.sharp@uvm.edu or 862-3941. Paul Beliveau, pbeliveau@gmail.com .

5/26 (Sun) Corliss Camp to Eden Crossing
We’ll hike up the Davis Neighborhood Trail to Corliss Camp, then follow the Long Trail over and Bowen Mountains, past Spruce Ledge Camp, and through Devil’s Gulch to Eden Crossing at Rt 118. Difficult hike. Moderate pace. 11 miles. 2000′ elevation gain. David Hathaway, david.hathaway.78@gmail.com or 899-9982.

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