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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Educational Programs
Activity: Skill workshop
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Leader: Tyler Socash
Contact Phone: 518-523-3441
Contact Email: tyler@adk.org
Link: https://www.adk.org/teen-and-young-adult-programs/

JOHNS BROOK VALLEY TEEN ADVENTURE
JULY 30 – AUGUST 2
This four-day, three-night camping adventure is for teens ages14 to 17.  Explore Johns Brook Valley’s mountains, streams and lean-tos while we build friendship, camaraderie and outdoor skills in the Adirondack backcountry. Participants will experience hiking high peaks and learning the skills to become a proficient backpacker.

Cost: $399 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction, transportation during the course, all meals, and use of group equipment(tents, stoves, cook sets, etc.).

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Educational Programs
Activity: Backpacking,Skill workshop
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Link: https://www.adk.org/backpacking-trips/

TRAILLESS PEAK BACKPACKING: Seward Range, 27 miles

These trips are designed for those who have experience hiking and backpacking and who are looking for guided backcountry experience in pursuit of climbing the summits of the High Peaks.  The group will hike into a base camp from which they’ll be guided up the “trailless” peaks.  These courses will be a cooperative group camping experience led by a NYS licensed guide with the shared responsibility of camp chores, cooking, and decision-making.

Cost: $215 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction, meals, and use of group gear.

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Region: Central NY
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Black River Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: MarieSteinbeck
Contact Phone: 315-558-8568
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/black-river-chapter/

Sunday August 2, Gleasman Falls Hike

Let’s meet at the Tops  parking lot in Lowville at 1pm.  The trail begins at the end of a 20 minute ride on long bumpy dirt road off of Canal Rd. We can car pool from Tops. Maybe we will wear our masks. It will take about a half hour from Tops tothe start of the hike.  The hike is about 2 and a half miles one way. It is fairly level and shady. You may enjoy getting wet in the Independence River, the end point of our hike. It is not swimmable. Wild and shallow. Bring a snack. It will be fun to relax at the river and explore the various sitting spots with views.  Bug spray or sunscreen may be required.  Please call Marie Steinbeck 315-558-8568 to let me know you are coming.  Trip rating B

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Region: Central NY
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Larry Telle
Contact Email: ltelle.arkados@gmail.com
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Id-ImHoFKc_IxlhVqCMLg6DrfoxPRqQ/view?usp=sharing

NOTE THE DIFFERENT TIMES.  THIS IS A TWO HOUR HIKE.  We will meet at 8:45 a.m., start at 9:00 and hike until about 11:00. We will hike 3.9 miles, mainly flat, on pleasant wooded trails, some along Four Mile Creek. The entrance to the park is on Phillips Road justsouth of the intersection with Lake Road. Bring water and equipment appropriate for the weather. Depending on recent weather the trail can be muddy and wet or possibly all of those. Contact Larry at ltelle.arkados@gmail.com for more info.  Dogs are not allowed on this hike. It is always a good idea to recheck the GVC website the morning of the hike.

While some restrictions have been lifted, in order to maximize the safety and well-being of all hikers during the COVID-19 Pandemic, ADK has put in place some Guidelines which you must agree to and follow if you participate in ADK Sunday hikes.

• No participants who have any symptoms of illness, respiratory or not.

• New Outing size is limited to 25 participants

• Social distancing from non-household participants.

• Face masks required.

• You must read and sign the “club’s release of liability form”. You may sign it and bring it to the hike OR email the signed form (scanned or digital) back to the hike leader. The link forthe “club’s release of liability form” can be found on the right-hand side of the Hiking page on the ADK website or at this link.drive.google.com…  If you plan to attend please forward your emergency number to the hike leader at ltelle.arkados@gmail.com.

NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO HIKE WITHOUT A MASK AND A SIGNED LIABILITY RELEASE FORM.

Additional Information: The Sunday Hikes are offered as a benefit to current and potential new members of ADK. All our hikes have a steady pace, so are not "nature strolls" but they are also not "endurance tests", although we do at times hike at a brisk pace. It is important to bring the proper footwear, gear and clothing for changing conditions. Sometimes unexpected delays can occur, so If you are pressed for time, this hike may not be a good fit. We're alwayslooking for new places to go and additional leaders. Minors are welcomewhen accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If not, the responsible adult must have the signed release which is available on our website.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Guided Programs
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Leader:Mary Glynn
Contact Phone: 518-523-3441
Contact Email: mary@adk.org
Link: https://www.adk.org/high-peaks-day-hikes/

Uncomfortable approaching “trailless” peaks on your own?  These one-day programs will introduce you to the nuances of hiking off-trail through a guided trip to the summit(s). We’ll discuss safe low-impact travel, route selection, off-trail navigation, and the rich natural history of the Adirondacks.

Cost: $80 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction.


Macomb, South Dix & Grace (elev. 4,405’; 4,060’ & 4,012’), 12.3 miles round-trip
August 3

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Region: Genesee Valley Region
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Peg Jacobs, Vicky Southall, Laurel Baker
Contact Phone:585-730-9945
Contact Email: canoelite@hotmail.com
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Id-ImHoFKc_IxlhVqCMLg6DrfoxPRqQ/view?usp=sharing

While some restrictions have been lifted, in order to maximizethe safety and well-being of all hikers during the COVID-19 Pandemic, ADK has put in place some Guidelines which you must agree to and follow if you participate in ADK Sunday hikes.
1. You must bring a mask and wear it anytime you are within six feet of anyone who does not live in your household. Please also bring hand sanitizer.
2.If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, you will not attend any ADK Sunday hike:
    Do you currently have any symptoms of a respiratory infection (including cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of taste/smell)?
    Have you had any ofthe above symptoms in the past 14 days?
    Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
    Have you had contact with any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case within the last 14 days?
    Are you feeling ill today?
3.Groups can not be more than 25 people.
4.You will not share gear, food, water or anything else.
5.You understand that you will encounter peoplein the parks and on the trails who are not wearing masks and it will beup to you to maintain social distance.

You must read and sign the “club’s release of liability form”. You may sign it and bring it to the hike OR email the signed form (scanned or digital) back to the hike leader. The link for the “club’s release of liability form” is at the bottom of this description or can be found on the right-hand side of the Hiking page on the ADK website or at this link.  If you plan to attend please forward your emergency number to the hike leader at: canoelite@hotmail.com

NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO HIKE WITHOUT A MASK AND A SIGNED LIABILITY RELEASE FORM.

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This is a favorite paddle!!!  We'll paddle south on the river through the marina and into a more wilderness area.  Sometimes we're treated to seeing the huge cement boat that comes in from Canada!!!   We'll paddle an hour then turn back to our put in.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: C/C+
Specialfocus: Beginner,Family,New member,Senior,Young member
Leader: ELLEN LUCHSINGER
Contact Phone: 5183089488
Contact Email: kayakerl@yahoo.com

This will be the 20th Year for this event!  We start by paddling across the reservoir in silence to enjoy the sunrise reflections, the cool mist rising from the water, the verdant hills, the singing of song birds, the scent of the conifer forest, hopefully seeing some wildlife and snacking on wild blueberries from our boats. Meet at 6 a.m. for the sunrise and an added bonus of the full moon setting behind us. Limit 8 paddlers plus the 2 leaders. Email leader for details by 7 pm on Monday, August 3rd. See ADK Albany Chapter's Paddling Guidelines.  Co-Leader: Pam Bentien  518-421-7247

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Pam Bentien and Celia Murray
Contact Phone: 518-421-7247
Contact Email: auntmayor@aol.com

Be on the water BEFORE 6:00 p.m. From Waterford, drive west on Rt. 97 and take a left onto Flight Road. Drive pastLock 6 to the boat launch at Canal Park at road's end. We will paddle upstream and around the islands. No need to sign up, just show up. Must wear a securely fastened PFD, and have a white light and whistle. See General Paddling info for evening paddling trips. Rental boats are available from Upstate Kayaks at this location.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: David Pisaneschi
Contact Phone: 518-227-5630
Contact Email: dapadk@gmail.com

I will be leading a weekly mid-week paddle this season. It will be either on Wednesday or Thursday, depending on which day has the better weather. Last season we averaged 11-1/2 miles per trip, withabout 5 hours on the water. We paddle at a fairly relaxed pace, but these are "all day trips" so bring a lunch and plenty of water. We could be paddling anywhere on the Mohawk, Hudson, or one of the many streams that are in the region or the southern Adirondacks. I will decide on a location and day the weekend before each trip. I will also attempt to have the destination listed on the Chapter website as soon as possible. Contact me by e-mail for more information and to be put on the Paddler's E-mail list for future trips. As with all Chapter Paddling Trips,you must wear your properly fastened PFD, and bring a whistle and a white light. If I'm not able to lead a particular trip, a qualified substitute leader will be assigned. The paddle will go on.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Biking
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: C+
Leader: Virginia Boyle Traver
Contact Phone: 518-322-0950
Contact Email: virginiabt28@gmail.com

It's August and the weather may be hot.  Bike trails are notoriously sunny so we'll get an early startand won't over-exert ourselves. The Zim Smith trail is a great 18-mile ride round-trip from Coon's Crossing in Mechanicville to Ballston Spa. I generally do not include food options on my outings, but stopping at Leah's Cakery, located right on the trail, has become a trip necessity too good to pass up. Email contact preferred.

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Region: Catskills
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: John Susko
Contact Phone: 5183831284
Contact Email: jpsusko@nycap.rr.com

Panther is one of the Catskill 3500 foot peaks. We will hike in and out over Giant Ledge which provides good views along the way and from thesummit. The distance will be 7 miles with 2000 feet of ascent. In case of rain or excessive heat/humidity the hike will be postponed to 8/12.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Educational Programs
Activity: Paddling,Skill workshop
Posted by: ADK Staff
Triprating: N/R
Leader: Tyler Socash
Contact Email: tyler@adk.org
Link: https://www.adk.org/discover/leave-no-trace/leave-no-trace-courses/

MASTER EDUCATOR COURSES
This five-day course is designed for individuals who are actively teaching others backcountry skills or providing recreation information to the public. Through classroom discussions, lectures and a four-day backpacking or canoe trip, this course will cover the seven Leave No Trace principles and discuss wildland ethics, as well as give the participants the tools and techniques for disseminating these low-impact skills to other users of the backcountry. Participants could include a mixture of federal agency partners, educators, outdoor retailers, youth group and outing club leaders, and other individuals. Upon completion of the course, you will be qualified to teach Leave No Trace Trainer courses. The Leave No Trace Master Educator qualification is recognized and valued throughout the outdoor industry.

Cost: $725 (members receive 10% discount); course fee includes instruction, curriculum and teaching materials, a one-year Leave No Trace Individual Membership, one night’s lodging in the Education Yurt Village, meals from Day #1 dinner through Day #5 lunch, use of group equipment, and transportation during the course.

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Region: Hudson Valley
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Mid-Hudson Chapter
Trip rating: N/R
Leader: Ginny Fauci
Contact Email: gefauci@gmail.com
Link: https://midhudsonadk.org/

MID-WEEK HIKES - The leaders offer hikes of varying difficulty to different areas of the Mid-Hudson Valley.  Hikes may befollowed by a stop for refreshments.  Leader: Ginny Fauci, gefauci@gmail.com  845-399-2170. They will be held every Thursday, weather permitting.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Greg Schaefer
Contact Email: greg.schaefer@frontier.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 6: South Pond Paddle Leaders: Greg and Ellen Schaefer Level: Easy

Duration: 2 hours Limit: 10 Description: South Pond is a small but interesting pond with 12 islands located between Blue Mt Lake and Long Lake. This outing will be a leisurely paddle around the pond exploring the flora and fauna with plenty of time to take pictures and enjoy the scenery. Bring water, and asnack or lunch if desired. Don’t forget PFDs and a whistle. Participants should be aware that the short trail from road to pond is quitesteep. Meeting time/place: 9:15 am at the Hudson River pullover on Rt 28 at the foot of 13th Lake Road in North River, or 10:00 am at South Pond parking lot which is about 3 miles from Blue Mt Lake on Rt. 28. Contact: Greg Schaefer at greg.schaefer@frontier.com or call 518.251.5451. Should cancellation be necessary, an email will be sent to participants by 7:00 AM the day of the paddle.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Rich Salz
Contact Email: richsalz10@gmail.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 6: Wolf Pond Hike Leader: Rich Salz Level: Easy Duration: 3.5 hours Limit: 10

Description: This isa gently rolling 4.6 mile (RT) trail through a mossy conifer forest to a lean-to and pond with scenic views of the High Peaks and surrounding mountains. We will have lunch at the lean-to. Meeting Place/Time: Black Bear at 10:00 am or trailhead at 10:45 am. Trailhead is on Blue Ridge Rd.in North Hudson on the north side of the road where the bridge crosses the Boreas River. Contact: Rich Salz at richsalz10@gmail.com (tel. 914.260.1337)

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: Lynn and John
Contact Email: rendiandbutter@gmail.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 6: Poke-O-Moonshine Fire Tower Hike Leaders: Lynn Butterworth & John Rendinaro Level: Moderate

Duration: 4 hours Limit: 8 Description: This will be a moderately paced, 4.7-mile RT, 1200’ elevation gain, hike with excellent summit views of Lake Champlain, Burlington, VT & Whiteface Mountain. We will have a snack or lunch at the summit. Meeting Place/Time:Ready to go at 10:00 AM at the trailhead on Rt. 9N: exit 32 off Northway toward Lewis/Willsboro. Turn left onto Stowersville Rd. Go 1.7 miles & turn right onto U.S. Rt 9N. 9.3 miles to trailhead. Contact: Lynn & John rendiandbutter@gmail.com Should cancellation be necessary, an email will be sent to participants by 7:30 AM the day of the hike. For questions, call Lynn/John 518.240.6162.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Social,Other
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: N/R
Special focus: Beginner,Family,New member,Senior,Young member
Leader:Judy Thomson
Contact Phone: 518-229-7473
Contact Email: judythomson1230@gmail.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 6: Mosaic Wall Project Workshop Leaders: Kate Hartley and Judy Thomson Level: Easy Duration: 3 hours Limit: 10

Description: Come help Kate Hartley (artist/coordinator) finish the North Creek MosaicWall and work with other CRCers to create a CRC paddle and other elements of the wall. The 180 feet long mural is a scene of an ideal spring day in the Adirondacks featuring activities, geographic features and wildlife of the Adirondacks. Paddles created by various community groups will frame the mosaic wall. See Help Kate Finish the N. Creek Mosaic Wall in 2020 for more information about and pictures of the wall. We will be observing Covid-19 safety and social distancing guidelines. Please bring and wear a face mask. Workshop participants get $5 off the Project t-shirts and wildlife guides. Meeting Place/Time: Tannery Pond Community Center, North Creek. 12:30 – 3:30 pm. Contact: Judy Thomson at judythomson1230@gmail.com or 518.229.7473.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: MarilynPusatere
Contact Phone: 518-588-5953
Contact Email: canoeahn@aol.com

This week’s paddle will be on Thursday, August 6th.  Be on the water and ready to paddle at 9:30.  Since Dave will be away, Marilyn Pusatere will be leading. We’ll be exploring the Upper Hudson between Corinth and Lake Luzerne.  Launch at the Upper Hudson River State boat launch.  Google the launch address: Boat Launch Drive, Lake Luzerne NY 12846. We’ll paddle up to Hudson R, Rockwell Falls,  2.7 mi.- then back to launch for lunch. Then south until  time, effort, interest  or Curtis Falls Dam, Corinth, dictates turn back to launch.  2.9 mi. one way, Trip total 5.4  before lunch, then 5.8 south = 11.2 mi. Thiscan be a half day or all day trip.  Bring a lunch, and required whistle, PFD, and white light. See the description in R.Dunn's  LAKE GEORGE, THE SARATOGA REGION, GREAT SACANDAGA LAKE    KAYAKER'S GUIDE BOOK p.243. Please let Marilyn know if you plan to come. 

Marilyn Pusatere

518-588-5953

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Region: Catskills
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: Brad Schwebler
Contact Phone: 518-248-5522
Contact Email: feketitsch@yahoo.com

I plan to hike Slide Mountain, a 4000 foot peak.  The hike is a 6.3 mile loop, with 1700 feet of elevation gain.  We willascend the Wittenberg Cornell Slide Trail and have lunch at an overlooknear the summit.  Past the summit is a monument to naturalist John Burroughs.  Then we will descend the Curtis- Ormsbee Trail and return on the Phoenicia East Branch Trail.  AllTrails rates this hike as moderate  but it is rocky and steep.  Hikers must weargood hiking boots.  We will meet at the Catskill Park & Rideat 8 a.m. and drive down in separate cars.  Bring a mask.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Events
Activity: Backpacking,Hiking,Social
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: A/A+
Special focus: Young member
Leader: Stephanie Graudons
Contact Phone: 518-332-4624
Contact Email: stephanie@adk.org
Link: https://bit.ly/2RP6u7e

YOUNG MEMBERS WEEKEND AT JOHNS BROOK LODGE
AUGUST 7-9

Johns Brook Lodge has been reserved for the 5th year in a row for young ADK members to come together and explore the High Peaks Region this summer.  Enjoy the comforts of the backcountry lodge and delicious food, make new friends, and get some hiking in!  This social and recreational program is geared for people in their 20’s and 30’s.  This program includes two nights lodging and six meals, all prepared by the amazing JBL staff.  Good physical fitness is required due to rugged terrain and previous hiking experience is strongly recommended.

Cost: $175 (members receive 10% discount); includes a two-night stay in Johns Brook Lodge and six meals.

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Region: Central NY
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Black River Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Linda Quackenbush
Contact Email: lindaquackers@yahoo.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/black-river-chapter/

Saturday, August 8 - Lake Bonaparte Paddle

I anticipate arriving at Bonaparte's Retreat (restaurant) for lunch between 12p and 1p - depending on the current and group's speed.  Trip rating C.

Bring money for lunch.  After lunch we will head back to the boat launch which is about 1 1/2 miles. Return is anticipated about 3:30p   Please call to sign up for this trip. It will be limited in number. When you call I will provide you with the exact meeting location. I need to have your contact information in order to call you if the trip is cancelled due to bad weather or safety concerns.  Contact this event Leader Linda Quackenbush  516-662-5020 or  email: lindaquackers@yahoo.com.  All participants need to bring their own kayak and must have PFD. Call if you have questions or concerns.

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Region: Genesee Valley Region
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: B/B+
Leader: peg/laurel/Vicky
Contact Email: canoelite@hotmail.com
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Id-ImHoFKc_IxlhVqCMLg6DrfoxPRqQ/view?usp=sharing

While some restrictions have been lifted, inorder to maximize the safety and well-being of all hikers during the COVID-19 Pandemic, ADK has put in place some Guidelines which you must agree to and follow if you participate in ADK Sunday hikes.
1. You mustbring a mask and wear it anytime you are within six feet of anyone who does not live in your household. Please also bring hand sanitizer.
2.If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, you will not attend any ADK Sunday hike:


    Do you currently have any symptoms of a respiratory infection (including cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of taste/smell)?
    Have you had any of the above symptoms in the past14 days?
    Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
    Have you had contact with any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case within the last 14 days?
    Are you feeling ill today?

3.Groups can not be more than 25 people.
4.You will not share gear, food, water or anything else.
5.You understand that you will encounter people in the parks and on the trails who are not wearing masks and it will be up to you to maintain social distance.

You must read and sign the “club’s release of liability form”. You may sign it and bring it to the hike OR email the signed form (scanned or digital) back to the hike leader. The link for the “club’s release of liability form” is at the bottom of this description or can be found on the right-hand side of the Hiking page on the ADK website or at this link.  If you plan to attend please forward your emergency number to the hike leader at:  canoelite@hotmail.com

NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO HIKE WITHOUT A MASK AND A SIGNED LIABILITY RELEASE FORM.

Description:
Paddle the north end of Canandaigua Lake over to Squaw Island.
Contact trip leaders for further details.

Peg: canoelite@hotmmail.com
Laurel; l.baker@frontier.net
Vicky: linjed2003@yahoo.com

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Austin Fisher and Alison Zoske
Contact Phone: 518-899-4031
Contact Email: saville1127@gmail.com

Be on the water BEFORE 6:00 p.m. FromErie Boulevard in Schenectady, drive across Freeman's Bridge and take a right into the DEC Fishing Access Launch on the Glenville side ofthe bridge. We will go up or down stream depending on the conditions. We may explore the Alplaus Kill. No need to sign up, just show up. Must wear a securely fastened PFD, and have a white light and whistle. See General Paddling info for evening paddling trips. Bring a mask.

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Type: Chapter Outings
Posted by: Niagara Frontier Chapter

No General membership meeting during June, July and August. Seewebsite for program and education topic.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: David Pisaneschi
Contact Phone: 518-227-5630
Contact Email: dapadk@gmail.com

I will be leading a weekly mid-week paddle this season. It will be either on Wednesday or Thursday, depending on which day has the better weather. Last season we averaged 11-1/2 miles per trip, withabout 5 hours on the water. We paddle at a fairly relaxed pace, but these are "all day trips" so bring a lunch and plenty of water. We could be paddling anywhere on the Mohawk, Hudson, or one of the many streams that are in the region or the southern Adirondacks. I will decide on a location and day the weekend before each trip. I will also attempt to have the destination listed on the Chapter website as soon as possible. Contact me by e-mail for more information and to be put on the Paddler's E-mail list for future trips. As with all Chapter Paddling Trips,you must wear your properly fastened PFD, and bring a whistle and a white light. If I'm not able to lead a particular trip, a qualified substitute leader will be assigned. The paddle will go on.

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Region: Hudson Valley
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Mid-Hudson Chapter
Trip rating: N/R
Leader:Glenda Schwarze
Contact Email: schwar582@aol.com
Link: https://midhudsonadk.org/

MID-WEEK PADDLES – Leader: Glenda Schwarzeschwar582@aol.com.   She will lead quiet water 2 hour paddles with beach put-ins.   Starting in May they will be held on the 2nd and 4thThursdays of every month.

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Region: Hudson Valley
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Mid-Hudson Chapter
Trip rating: N/R
Leader: Ginny Fauci
Contact Email: gefauci@gmail.com
Link: https://midhudsonadk.org/

MID-WEEK HIKES - The leaders offer hikes of varying difficulty to different areas of the Mid-Hudson Valley.  Hikes may befollowed by a stop for refreshments.  Leader: Ginny Fauci, gefauci@gmail.com  845-399-2170. They will be held every Thursday, weather permitting.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: C/C+
Leader: Rich Salz
Contact Email: richsalz10@gmail.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 13: Jabe Pond Paddle Leader:Rich Salz Level: Easy Duration: 2 hours Limit: 6 (due to limited parking)

Description: Jabe Pond has been described as a miniature Lake George because of its picturesque islands and twisty shoreline. We will spend our time exploring the lake and looking for loons, herons and other wildlife. Meeting Place/Time: Parking lot at Exit 24 and Schroon River at 10:00 am or put-in at 10:45 am. As there is a short steep and bumpysection on Jabe Pond Rd., a high clearance vehicle would be helpful, but not absolutely necessary. Directions to put-in: From NY 9N, midway between Hague and Silver Bay, Split Rock Rd. heads W and uphill. At 1.8mi., make left onto Jabe Pond Rd. Continue approx. 1 mile until parking area. Contact: Rich Salz at richsalz10@gmail.com (tel. 914.260.1337)

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: B/B+
Leader: Kate McCormick
Contact Email: kategro@yahoo.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 13: Hoffman Notch Trail Leader: Kate McCormick Level: Moderate Duration: 2.5hours Limit: 10 This is a 5 mile RT moderate hike through mixed forest and beaver flow areas. Lunch or snack at branch of Trout Brook. Shade and the Brook should make this a pleasant hike. Meeting Place/Time: Meet at Tawhawus turn-off on 28N in Newcomb at 9:00AM or at the trailhead on Blue Ridge Rd. at 9:15.Parking on the left side of road. Contact: kategro@yahoo.com or 518.251.0850

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: B/B+
Leader: Marti Townley
Contact Email: mdksshea@aol.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 13: Whiteface Landing hike Leader: Marti Townley Level: Moderate Duration: 4.5 hours Limit: 10

Description: 6 mile RT attractive woods walk to the shores of the real Lake Placid with a possible swim. ( We can add on 1 mile to hike to a lean-to if participants are interested.) Meeting Place/Time: Meet at exit 29 gas station at 8:50AM ready to leave at 9AM and caravan from there or meet at 10AM at the pull off for the Connery Pond trailhead on Route 86, 3.1 miles East of lake Placid. Let me know where you will meet. Contact: Marti Townley mdksshea@aol.com or call 518.301.3712 Should cancellation be necessary, an email will be sent out to participants by 7AM.

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Region: Other
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: Brad Schwebler
Contact Phone: 518-248-5522
Contact Email: feketitsch@yahoo.com

This is an 8 mile loop hike with a 1525 foot elevation gain starting from the trailhead on Aumick Rd. in the Awosting Reserve and ascendingup to Lake Awosting for beautiful views, lunch, and the return.  It is a steady climb, so wear good hiking boots and bring ample water.  We will meet at 8 AM in the Catskill Park & Ride.  Bring a mask.  Each person will be driving their own vehicle to thetrailhead.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Educational Programs
Activity: Backpacking,Skill workshop
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Link: https://www.adk.org/backpacking-trips/

TRAILLESS PEAK BACKPACKING: Allen Mt, 18 miles

These trips are designed for those who have experience hiking and backpacking and who are looking for guided backcountry experience in pursuit of climbing the summits of the High Peaks.  The group will hike into a base camp from which they’ll be guided up the “trailless” peaks.  These courses will be a cooperative group camping experience led by a NYS licensed guide with the shared responsibility of camp chores, cooking, and decision-making.

Cost: $215 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction, meals, and use of group gear.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Educational Programs
Activity: Paddling,Skill workshop
Posted by: ADK Staff
Triprating: N/R
Leader: Mary Glynn
Contact Email: mary@adk.org
Link: https://www.adk.org/discover/skills-workshops/

AMERICAN CANOE ASSOCIATION FLATWATER CANOE SAFETY & RESCUE CLINIC
AUGUST 15
The Flatwater Canoe Safety & Rescue Clinic introduces essential practices for canoeing preparedness and emergency response.  Shoulda vessel capsize during your next water-based adventure, this course will provide the rescue techniques necessary to help you right the ship and return to shore safely.

Cost: $40 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction and use of equipment.

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Region: Central NY
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling,Social
Posted by: Black River Chapter
Trip rating: N/R
Leader: Dave Larrabee
Contact Email: david.s.larrabee@gmail.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/black-river-chapter/

Saturday, August 15 - Shady Shores Paddle and Pot Luck

David & UliLarrabee would like to invite you to their cottage on the river at 3pm.Bring your kayak so we can paddle in the bay, over toward Cedar Point or to the palisades. Bring your non-paddling partner/friend/family so they can enjoy the river from land. Bring a dish to pass so we can all enjoy food, friends and fun!   It's at 9037 Shady Shore,Clayton (above Cedar Point). Contact Dave or Uli Larrabee at  315-232-2111 or david.s.larrabee@gmail.com  for more information.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Glens Falls-Saratoga Chapter
Trip rating: C/C+
Leader: Rich Crammond
Contact Phone: 518-584-2380
Link: https://www.adk-gfs.org/calendar.php

Schuylerville Monument, Victory Woods,and Sword Surrender Site    [ Tentative ]

Sat, Aug 15, 2020, 9:30 am,   Rating: C+
Leader:Rich Crammond   518-584-2380

- This outing is a climb to the top of the monument, hiking through Victory Woods, then a short drive to the sword surrender site pocket park. Around a mile or so, total. Meeting place: Schuylerville Monument parking lot, Burgoyne Street, Schuylerville.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings,Volunteer Opportunities
Activity: Trail work
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B-
Special focus: Beginner,Family,New member,Senior,Young member
Leader: Gene Reilly
Contact Phone: 518-281-7796
Contact Email: genehikes46@gmail.com

Join us on our 3rd trip to our adopted trail this season.  We will assess changes since our last visitin May and continue with side-cutting, installing trail markers, or whatever else is needed.  We usually hike in a maximum of about 4 miles for a round-trip distance of 8 miles at most.  Come give backto the forest - this is a great location which often has very little foot traffic and is good for "forest bathing."  Email the trip leader at least four days in advance to learn the latest plans.

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Region: Genesee Valley Region
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Jeff P
Contact Email: sheltowe2_99@yahoo.com
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Id-ImHoFKc_IxlhVqCMLg6DrfoxPRqQ/view?usp=sharing

While some restrictions have been lifted, in order to maximize the safety and well-being of all hikers during the COVID-19 Pandemic, ADK has put in place some Guidelines which you must agree to and follow if you participate in ADK Sunday hikes.


   1.  You must bring a mask and wear it anytime you are within six feet of anyone who does not live in your household. Please also bring hand sanitizer.
   2. If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, you will not attend any ADK Sunday hike:
        Do you currently have any symptoms of a respiratory infection (including cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of taste/smell)?
        Have you had any of the above symptoms in the past 14 days?
        Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
        Have you had contact with any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case within the last 14 days?
        Are you feeling ill today?
   3. Groups can not be more than 25 people.

   4. You will not share gear, food, water or anything else.

   5. Youunderstand that you will encounter people in the parks and on the trails who are not wearing masks and it will be up to you to maintain social distance.

    You must read and sign the “club’s release of liability form”. You may sign it and bring it to the hike OR email the signed form (scanned or digital) back to the hike leader. The link for the “club’s release of liability form” is at the bottom of this description or can be foundon the right-hand side of the Hiking page on the ADK website or  at this link. 

If you plan to attend please forward your emergency number to the hike leader at: sheltowe2_99@yahoo.com

    NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO HIKE WITHOUT A MASK AND A SIGNED LIABILITY RELEASE FORM

Description:

  We will hike in Northampton Park, which will be a fairly flat 5-6 mile hike., meet in the Ski Lodge parking lot off of Hubbell Road (park away from the lodge).

Additional information:
The Sunday Hikes are offered as a benefit to current and potential new membersof ADK. All our hikes have a steady pace, so are not "nature strolls" but they are also not "endurance tests", although we do at times hike at a brisk pace. Equally important, is the proper footwear, gear and clothing for changing conditions. Our hikes our planned by our leaders to last three hours, but many times unexpected delays can occur, so If you are pressed for time, this hike may not be a good fit. .We're always looking for new places to go and additionalleaders. Minors are welcome when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If not, the responsible adult must have the signed release which is available on our website. Dogs are not allowed on this hike.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Guided Programs
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Leader:Mary Glynn
Contact Phone: 518-523-3441
Contact Email: mary@adk.org
Link: https://www.adk.org/high-peaks-day-hikes/

Uncomfortable approaching “trailless” peaks on your own?  These one-day programs will introduce you to the nuances of hiking off-trail through a guided trip to the summit(s). We’ll discuss safe low-impact travel, route selection, off-trail navigation, and the rich natural history of the Adirondacks.

Cost: $80 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction.

Seward (elev. 4,361’), 14miles round-trip
August 17

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Region: Genesee Valley Region
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Peg Jacobs/Laurel Baker/Vicky Southall
Contact Phone: 585730 9945
Contact Email: canoelite@Hotmail.com
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Id-ImHoFKc_IxlhVqCMLg6DrfoxPRqQ/view?usp=sharing

While some restrictions have been lifted, in order to maximize thesafety and well-being of all hikers during the COVID-19 Pandemic, ADK has put in place some Guidelines which you must agree to and follow if you participate in ADK Sunday hikes.
1. You must bring a mask and wearit anytime you are within six feet of anyone who does not live in your household. Please also bring hand sanitizer.
2.If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, you will not attend any ADK Sunday hike:
    Do you currently have any symptoms of a respiratory infection (including cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, or loss of taste/smell)?
    Have you had any of theabove symptoms in the past 14 days?
    Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?
    Have you had contact with any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case within the last14 days?
    Are you feeling ill today?
3.Groups can not be more than 25 people.
4.You will not share gear, food, water or anything else.
5.You understand that you will encounter people in the parks and on the trails who are not wearing masks and it will be up to you to maintain social distance.

You must read and sign the “club’s release of liability form”. You may sign it and bring it to the hike OR email the signed form (scanned or digital) back to the hike leader. The link for the “club’s release ofliability form” is at the bottom of this description or can be found on the right-hand side of the Hiking page on the ADK website or at this link.  If you plan to attend please forward your emergency number to the hike leader at:canoelite@hotmail.com

NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO HIKE WITHOUT A MASK AND A SIGNED LIABILITY RELEASE FORM.

Description:
We'll meet at laSalle park and paddle through the creek for an hour, stop for snacks and drinks then return to our put in.  This paddle should have lotsof wildlife and interesting twists and turns!!! 



Directions: Meet at the parking lot across from Baycreek Paddlers on Empire Blvd.  The address is 1099 Empire Blvd.  Rochester.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Alison Zoske and Pam Bentien
Contact Phone: 518-899-4031
Contact Email: saville1127@gmail.com

Be on the water BEFORE 6:00pm. Take Northway exit 10, go right on Usher's Road to the traffic light. Go left on Rt. 9 and the DEC boat launch is on the right about 1.5 miles up.We will paddle across the lake and explore the Anthony Kill. No need tosign up, just show up. Must wear a securely fastened PFD, and have a white light and whistle. See General Paddling info for evening paddling trips. Bring a mask.

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Type: Chapter Outings
Posted by: Niagara Frontier Chapter

Call Lynn Kenney to verify location of Conservation Meeting 716-825-7329.

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Region: Capital District
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: B
Leader: David Pisaneschi
Contact Phone: 518-227-5630
Contact Email: dapadk@gmail.com

I will be leading a weekly mid-week paddle this season. It will be either on Wednesday or Thursday, depending on which day has the better weather. Last season we averaged 11-1/2 miles per trip, withabout 5 hours on the water. We paddle at a fairly relaxed pace, but these are "all day trips" so bring a lunch and plenty of water. We could be paddling anywhere on the Mohawk, Hudson, or one of the many streams that are in the region or the southern Adirondacks. I will decide on a location and day the weekend before each trip. I will also attempt to have the destination listed on the Chapter website as soon as possible. Contact me by e-mail for more information and to be put on the Paddler's E-mail list for future trips. As with all Chapter Paddling Trips,you must wear your properly fastened PFD, and bring a whistle and a white light. If I'm not able to lead a particular trip, a qualified substitute leader will be assigned. The paddle will go on.

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Region: Hudson Valley
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Mid-Hudson Chapter
Trip rating: N/R
Leader: Ginny Fauci
Contact Email: gefauci@gmail.com
Link: https://midhudsonadk.org/

MID-WEEK HIKES - The leaders offer hikes of varying difficulty to different areas of the Mid-Hudson Valley.  Hikes may befollowed by a stop for refreshments.  Leader: Ginny Fauci, gefauci@gmail.com  845-399-2170. They will be held every Thursday, weather permitting.

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: B/B+
Leader: Rich Salz
Contact Email: richsalz10@gmail.com
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 20: Hopkins Mt. via Mossy Cascade Trail Leader: Rich Salz Level: Moderate Duration: 5 hours Limit: 10 Description: This underappreciated mountain offers views of 22 major peaks from its 3,183 foot summit. 6.4 miles RT with elevation gain of 2,120 feet. Meeting Place/Time: Black Bear at 9:00 am or trailhead at 9:45 am. Trailhead is on Rt. 73 just south of the steel-sided bridge over theEast Branch Ausable River, 2.0 mi. south of Keene Valley. Contact: Rich Salz at richsalz10@gmail.com (tel. 914.260.1337)

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Region: Adirondacks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Cold River Chapter
Trip rating: C/C+
Leader: Maria Rinella
Contact Email: rinellium@frontiernet.net
Link: https://www.adk.org/adk-chapter/cold-river/

August 20: Paddle South Inlet Leader: Maria Rinella Level: Easy Duration: 2 hours Limit: 10

Description: We will paddle South Inlet near Raquette Lake to the waterfall, a distance of about 4.5 miles round trip. South Inlet is a small river which meanders with little current before terminating at a very picturesque waterfall. We will get out here and have lunch on the rocks near the waterfall. Bring along your lunch. Meeting Place/Time: We will meet at 10:00 am right at the put-in which is located on RT. 28, 11 milesfrom Blue Mountain Lake as you drive towards Raquette Lake. Just beforethe bridge going over South Inlet, park at the pull-out on the left ifthere is room, if not, park on the right. Contact: Maria Rinella at rinellium@frontiernet.net or 518.251.4446. Please check for an email by 8:00 AM the morning of the outing for any changes or cancellation. PFD’s must be worm and whistles carried on all ADK paddles.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Educational Programs
Activity: Backpacking,Skill workshop
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Link: https://www.adk.org/backpacking-trips/

TRAILLESS PEAK BACKPACKING: Cliff & Redfield, 19.8 miles

These trips are designed for those who have experience hiking and backpacking and who are looking for guided backcountry experience in pursuit ofclimbing the summits of the High Peaks.  The group will hike intoa base camp from which they’ll be guided up the “trailless” peaks.  These courses will be a cooperative group camping experience led by a NYS licensed guide with the shared responsibility of camp chores, cooking, and decision-making.

Cost: $215 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction, meals, and use of group gear.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Albany Chapter
Trip rating: A+
Leader: Claudia Warren
Contact Phone: 518-764-2460
Contact Email: cldwr@hotmail.com

We will hike Saddleback and the Lower Range (Gothics, Armstrong, Upper WolfJaw, Lower WolfJaw), with the added treat of starting by climbing the Saddleback slide. The Lower Range offers views from all of its peaks, and is really a delight to hike.  The slide involves climbing steep, exposed rock, so some level of comfort with those conditions is recommended.

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Region: Genesee Valley Region
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: C+
Leader: Larry Telle
Contact Email: ltelle.arkados@gmail.com
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19Id-ImHoFKc_IxlhVqCMLg6DrfoxPRqQ/view?usp=sharing

While some restrictions have been lifted, in orderto maximize the safety and well-being of all hikers during the COVID-19Pandemic, ADK has put in place some Guidelines which you must agree toand follow if you participate in ADK Sunday hikes. 



1. You must bring a mask and wear it anytime you are within six feet of anyone who does not live in your household. Please also bring hand sanitizer. 

2.If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, you will not attend any ADK Sunday hike:

    • Do you currently have any symptoms of a respiratory infection (including cough, fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, orloss of taste/smell)?

    • Have you had any of the above symptoms in the past 14 days?

    • Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days?

    • Have you had contact with any confirmed or suspected COVID-19 case within the last 14 days?

    • Are you feeling ill today?



3.Groups can not be more than 25 people.

4.You will not share gear, food, water or anything else.

5. You understand that you will encounter people in the parks and on the trails who are not wearing masks and it will be up to you to maintain social distance.

6. You mustread and sign the “club’s NEW release ofliability form”. You may sign it and bring it to the hike OR email the signed form (scanned or digital) back to the hike leader. The link for the “club’s release of liability form” is at the bottom of this description or can be found found on the right-hand side of the Hiking page on the ADK website or here.

NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO HIKE WITHOUT A MASK AND A SIGNED LIABILITY RELEASE FORM.


We will hike for 2.5 hours  through the ups and downs of Abraham Lincoln (Bay Park East). Expect a strenuous hike (Class C+) 5.5 miles and 800 feet of elevation. We will meet at the Eastern edge (Upper Parking area) of the Bay View YMCA parking lot off of Bay Rd. Use the map link to see the location in the parking lot. Please park away from the bldgsince we don't have permission to park in their lot.  Meet at 8:45 am and start hiking at 9:00 am. We will hike until approximately 11:30 PM. For more information contact Larry at ltelle.arkados@gmail.com



Additional Information: The Sunday Hikes are offered as a benefit to current and potential new members of ADK. All our hikes have a steadypace, so are not "nature strolls" but they are also not "endurance tests", although we do at times hike at a brisk pace. You'll always want to bring lunch and plenty to drink. Equally important, is the proper footwear, gear and clothing for changing conditions. Our hikes our planned by our leaders to last three hours, but many times unexpected delays can occur, so If you are pressed for time,this hike may not be a good fit. We're always looking for new places to go and additional leaders. Minors are welcome when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If not, the responsible adult must have thesigned release which is available on our website. Dogs are not allowed on this hike.

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Region: Adirondacks - High Peaks
Type: Guided Programs
Activity: Hiking
Posted by: ADK Staff
Trip rating: N/R
Leader:Mary Glynn
Contact Phone: 518-523-3441
Contact Email: mary@adk.org
Link: https://www.adk.org/high-peaks-day-hikes/

Uncomfortable approaching “trailless” peaks on your own?  These one-day programs will introduce you to the nuances of hiking off-trail through a guided trip to the summit(s). We’ll discuss safe low-impact travel, route selection, off-trail navigation, and the rich natural history of the Adirondacks.

Cost: $80 (members receive 10% discount); includes instruction.

Tabletop Mt. (elev. 4,427’), 9.8 miles round-trip
August 24

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Region: Genesee Valley Region
Type: Chapter Outings
Activity: Paddling
Posted by: Genesee Valley Chapter
Trip rating: C
Leader: Peg Jacobs,Vicky Southall,Laurel Baker
Contact Phone: 585-730-9945
Contact Email: canoelite@hotmail.com

we will meet at  the DEC fishing access lot across from the entrance to the Montezuma Wildlife area on Rt 5/20 (near intersection of rt 90).  This will be a longer paddle!! We'll paddle on the Seneca River, stopfor our lunch (which we'll bring) then a short portage, and circle back to our put in exploring the Erie Canal.  The paddle should take about 4 hours - with rests along the way. 

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