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Author Archives: Green Mountain Club - Burlington Section
The Burlington Section is looking for a volunteer membership co-chair to help with managing and growing our local section membership. Continue reading
Today at the volunteer picnic in Waterbury, Pam Gillis received the 2019 “Burlington Section President’s award.”
Inspired by a talk Mike Debonis gave this week at Wake Robin in Shelburne (photos below) about his ‘retro hike’ which relied on the 1917 and 1920 Long Trail Guides, I scanned in the 1917 guide for your reading pleasure. Continue reading
12/28/2014 – Mount Hunger / Colchester Causeway
The hike was scheduled for Mount Hunger. The forecast was that the rain would be light and would end before dawn. Continue reading
Cheryl Frank, Long Trail End to End Report- July 17th – August 8, 2000 Continue reading
A new Flickr page highlights unique and interesting moments in the Club’s history. A Flickr page is an inviting platform that encourages visitors to comment on the postings and allows for increased accessibility to proud moments, interesting stories, and noteworthy people and events related to the Green Mountain Club. Photo Robert L. Coffin.
8/24/14, From the Appalachian Gap
On a lovely summer day Continue reading
4/27/14 Wildflower Hike at Niquette Bay State Park Continue reading
12/8/2013 Mount Abraham via Battell Trail
This was another well-attended trip, Continue reading