Most folks met at 8:30 in Richmond, then headed to the Stevensville trailhead in Underhill to meet a few others around 9. It was cool, in the low 50s F, […]
In This Issue: Historic Bolton Lodge Revived and Revisited , What Did Our Section Do in 2018?, Executive Committee Names, Trip Leading 101, Hiking in Vermont’s Fifth Season, Trail Food Recipe, Trips and Outings
In This Issue: Barnes Camp Visitor Center, Well-Deserved Recognition!, GMC’s Long History with Birds, Hiking with Your Mattress, Trips and Outings, The Coffee Stone
In This Issue: Man, Muscles and Machismo in the Mountains A New Historic Marker for Burlington?, Trips and Outings,
Today at the volunteer picnic in Waterbury, Pam Gillis received the 2019 “Burlington Section President’s award.” A photo below shows Howard VanBenthuysen who made the award (and most of the GMC […]
In This Issue: Smooth Waters, Rafting the Winooski River, Remembering a Winter Hike, Section Outings
In This Issue: Comittee Reports, Section Outings
In This Issue: Annual Meeting, Chasing Summits, Vermont Winter Tips, What do Animals do in the Winter?, Trail Names
In This Issue: Readers Answer the Challenge!, Answering Nature's Call, What's Been Happening This Summer Along the Trail, Section Outings
Despite threatening morning clouds, the weather cleared and our group loaded up with sunscreen to enjoy a cool, sunny hike at Isham Farm. From the pick-your-own berry patches inhabited by […]
In This Issue: Ticks!, It’s Not Easy Being Green … Not Even For A Lorax, Burlington Section Tee Shirts, Porkies Along the Trail, Eight Tenths of a Mile, Section Outings
In This Issue: Annual Meeting Review, Comittee Reports, Section Outings