Seven of us met at the Richmond park and ride at 8:30 on a beautiful cool, sunny day. After waiting a few minutes for a couple maybes, we took four […]
In the floods last July one of the stiles on the Long Trail over the electric fences in Richmond floated away. This part of the trail is maintained by the […]
I had a few folks drop, so, anticipating some no shows, I opened the hike to everyone on the meetup waitlist. This could have meant 14 people on the hike, […]
One group got an early start from Bolton Valley, and the rest met at Richmond park & ride at 8:30 and split into two groups: Long Trail: Puffer Shelter to […]
We met at Richmond park & ride and headed to the Bolton Nordic Center where we divided into three groups: Long Trail: Raven’s Wind ski trail to Puffer ShelterExtensive cutting […]
Folks met in Richmond at 8:30 or at Stevensville at 9 and divided into three groups: Butler Lodge Trail, Wallace Cutoff, and LT to Twin BrooksUsed the chainsaw three times […]
We 5 intrepid souls (10 soles ) braved a steady drizzle to observe the following wildflowers: Bellwort, Columbine, Dutchmen’s Breeches, Trillium (red , white, and painted), Hepatica, Violets, Blood Root, […]
We met at 8:30 at the Richmond park & ride and divided into three groups: Long Trail, Duck Brook to Buchanan LodgeWe started up from West Bolton Notch around 9:05 […]
This hike was originally scheduled for 4/21 but due to some late season snow, Stowe ski resort was still open that weekend so it was rescheduled to 4/28 when the […]
After some late cancellations, three of us met at the Cambridge Junction at 9:30 were on our way northeast along the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail around 9:45. It was sunny […]
In 1922, a few members of the Bennington Section leased and furnished an old camp along the Long Trail, just north of the old Grout Job Lumber Camp. GMC members could use the camp if they picked up the key in Bennington. It was dubbed Camp Webster due its proximity to the Daniel Webster Monument, erected by the Stratton Mountain Club in 1915, on the Arlington Wardsboro Road. The monument marks the location where the famed orator, Daniel Webster, addressed a crowd of 15,000 at a Whig Convention in 1840.
West 1 ‘2/3 miles on the Lincoln Warren Pass. Lodging and meals may be obtained. [O’Kane 1926] Good meals and lodging. President’s Section at Elev. 1520 ft. [GB 2nd Edition […]
In the summer of 1970 I was turning 14 and went on a family trip from our home in Omaha, Nebraska, to Wyoming and Colorado, including a stop in Estes Park, CO. I had lived in the Midwest all my life and, despite some tourist drives to Yellowstone and winter ski trips, none of us had ever really done any mountain hiking.