Author Archives: Green Mountain Club - Burlington Section

Critter Column: Animals We See Along the Trail

Almost nothing evokes wilderness like the yodeling cry of the Common Loon echoing over still water at the end of the day. The presence of these large black-and-white birds on Vermont’s lakes and ponds is a real success story. Continue reading

Trip Reports for May – August 2012 (updated 1/2/13) with more photos!

8/25/12 Whiteface Mt. by way of Beaver Meadow Trail
A beautiful sunny day greeted five enthusiastic hikers. Continue reading

Trip Reports for January – April 2012 (updated 5/14/12 with photos galore)

4/28/2012 – Wildflower Hike at Niquette Bay State Park Continue reading

Trip Ideas for Fall

Trip ideas for Fall: October, November, December Continue reading

Trip Ideas for Summer

Trip Ideas for Summer: July, August, September Continue reading

Trip Ideas for Spring

Trip ideas for Spring: April, May, June Continue reading

Trip Ideas for Winter

Trip Ideas: Winter January, February, March Continue reading

Trip Reports September – December 2011 (updated 1/8/12)

12/10/11 Burnt Rocks
Sheri Larsen organized the trip, and met the group at the Richmond Park and Ride to send us on our way, but did not go on the hike because of a bad bruise from a fall two weeks previous. Continue reading

Trip Reports for May – August, 2011 (updated 10/1/11)

Hi Trip Leaders – please send a trip report with all your photos. Thanks Continue reading

Trip Reports for January – April, 2011 (updated 5/3/11)

April 30, 2011 – Wildflower Hike at Niquette Bay State Park
After a very dreary April, we were rewarded with a sunny day on the day of our hike. Continue reading

Trip Reports for September – December 2010 (updated 5/3/11) photos galore!

12/26/10 Hike up Camel’s Hump via the Burrows Trail Continue reading

Send GMC Your Digital Photos – Entries Always Needed

The Green Mountain Club is once again sponsoring a digital photo contest for members and the public. The contest will also provide us with fresh material for use in GMC publications. Read more. The GMC always needs new photos!