Author Archives: David Hathaway

Notice of upcoming events & Speaker Series

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.
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GMC now hiring for the 2019 season

Interested in working for the GMC? They are now interviewing people for the 2019 season. Most jobs run from mid-May to mid-October. Look here for more information.

Trip reports January-March 2019 (updated 1/14/2019)

1/12/2019 – Mt Mansfield
The forecast was getting chillier and chillier as the weekend drew near. Continue reading

Outings for January 2019

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Outings for February 2019

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Outings for March 2019

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Trip reports October-December 2018 (updated 12/17/2018)

12/16/2018 – Stowe Pinnacle
Nine hikers met on the Upper Hollow Road at noon and headed up the Stowe Pinnacle. Continue reading

GMC Volunteers helped move lumber for Bolton Valley bridges

On Friday, November 2, a big group including some Burlington Section loyalists responded to the general appeal by Kathryn Wrigley, of Forests, Parks, and Recreation, for helpers to lug timbers up Bolton Nordic. Continue reading

Trip reports – July-September 2018 (updated 10/1/2018)

9/23/18 Camel’s Hump via Monroe Trail 
A hearty group of 11 made the round trip with a quick stop at the B-24 crash site off the Alpine / bad-weather cutoff trail. Continue reading

We’ve been robbed!

A shed at the GMC headquarters in Waterbury Center was broken into on the evening of September 19, and 8 chainsaws and 2 generators were taken. Continue reading

GMC History up to 1985

Click here for a “Vermont History News” article from 1985 on the history of the Green Mountain Club by Reidun Nuquist.

History of the Burlington Section

Click here to read a fascinating history from 1974 of the first 64 years of the Burlington section of the GMC.