1/19/2019 – Burlington Section Annual Meeting – Thanks for coming!
Thanks to the 68 hearty folks who made it to the annual meeting. We enjoyed a great talk by Maeve Kim on the birds of Vermont who are all around us when we are hiking, whether or not we see them!
We postponed the Bolton Lodge potluck originally planned for Sunday. See below for upcoming activities.
2/14/2019 – Ten Years of Adventures in the Southwest Colorado Mountains with Rich Larsen.
GMC Taylor Series at the Visitor Center, Waterbury Center, 7 PM.
Many of the mountains around Silverton, Colorado, are made of layers of cliff-forming volcanic ash above 13,000 feet. Richard Larsen was introduced to some of these peaks while finishing the One Hundred Highest peaks in Colorado in 2010-2012, and has gone back in recent years to tackle some others of these ‘interesting’ peaks above 13,500′. He will present pictures and narrative about the adventures he and his hiking/climbing partners have had in this area over the last 10 years.
3/2/2019 – GMC Winter Trails Day
We will be holding GMC’s 23rd Annual Winter Trails Day on Saturday, March 2, 2019, at Flood Brook School in Londonderry, VT. The new southern location will allow us to reach new people and explore some new trails. We’ll have the traditional guided group hikes, winter skills workshops, snowshoe demos, kids’ activities, campfire, après party, and raffle. Can you volunteer? Contact Kristin firstname.lastname@example.org.
3/8/2019 – Burlington Section Taylor Series with Charlotte Albers
Richmond Free Library, 201 Bridge Street, Richmond, 7PM – “Hidcote Manor and Gardens of the British Cotswolds” $5 members, $8 non-members.
Please see the GMC’s Speaker Series for 2019 here.