Outings for January, 2022

1/8 (Sat) Mystery hike
Contact the trip leader for details. Wes Volk, wesvolk@gmail.com or 802-355-4135.

1/9 (Sun) Harrington’s View
Climb the Duck Brook trail and LT to Harrington’s View with views of Champlain and Bolton Valleys. Easy to Moderate snowshoe. leisurely pace. 4.8 miles. 1600′ elevation gain. Ted Albers, ted@ted-albers.net.

1/16 (Sun) Mt Abraham
Microspikes and snowshoes required. Difficult snowshoe. moderate pace. 5.8 miles. 2500′ elevation gain. Contact leader by 1/14. Jill George, jillghiker@gmail.com.

1/22 (Sat) Belvidere Mt.
This northern peak on the Long Trail offers a panoramic view from its fire tower. Expect a moderate hike with moderate people. 5.6 miles. Mary Lou Recor, mlrecor@myfairpoint.net or 660-2834.

1/23 (Sun) LaPlatte River Snowshoe
Follow the LaPlatte River Marsh Natural area, the Shelburne Bay Clarke Trail and perhaps some of the Ti-Haul trail, all in Shelburne. Total distance to be determined by the group depending on the trails we take but will be between four and six miles, mostly flat. This is a chance to get familiar with the walks around Shelburne Bay and the LaPlatte. Easy snowshoe. leisurely pace. 4-6 miles. Ted Albers, ted@ted-albers.net.

1/29 (Sat) Camels Hump Loop
We’ll take Forest City Trail to Montclair Glen Lodge, then climb the Long Trail to the Camel’s Hump summit and return along the Burrows Trail. Difficult snowshoe. moderate pace. 6 miles. 2400′ elevation gain. Contact leader by 1/27. David Hathaway, david.hathaway.78@gmail.com or 802-899-9982.

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