Category Archives: Section news

Bolton Camp Grand Reopening Celebration

The reopening celebration for the Bolton Lodge was held on December 15.

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Mud Season is here!

It’s that time of year. Continue reading

Volunteer opportunity at Barnes Camp this summer

Originally built by Willis Barnes in 1910 as a logging camp, Continue reading

New Burlington GMC Meetup group

A big part of our club has always been our outings. Continue reading

Bryant Camp reopening

For those of you who couldn’t make it, here is a video shot by our president, Ted Albers, of the reopening celebration of the Bryant Camp on Friday, January 13, 2017, and the wood hauling in preparation for it.

Winter Hiking Preparedness seminar

Caitlin Miller from the GMC ran a great winter hiking equipment and safety talk on Sunday, December 4 at EMS in South Burlington. Continue reading

Trail Magic Day, July 30: Thanks for the Turnout!

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Ridgelines correction: Black bears & brown bears

Maeve says: There was an error in the September issue of Ridge Lines that could prove fatal to hikers! Continue reading

Ceremonial “First Crossing” of Winooski River Bridge by Daan Zwick, 12/2014

The Winooski River bridge is finally complete! Here is a link to a video showing the ceremonial “first crossing” by Daan Zwick, a major contributor to the bridge project.

See GMC Flickr Site for Unique Moments in History

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.Long Trail sign

Bolton Lodge and Bryant Camp Fund

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New Long Trail north of Winooski takes form before our very eyes!

GMC’s Director of Trail Programs Dave Hardy led a volunteer crew that joined GMC’s trail staff who have been working on the new Long Trail route on Stimson Mt. north of the new Winooski Bridge. Thanks to students from Johnson State, too.

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