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Fri, Nov 1 - Mills-Norrie State Park. Leader: Georgette Weir, georgette.weir@gmail.com

4-mile morning loop hike that includes the scenic River Trail and other woods paths.

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Hiking Pitchoff Mountain and Balancing Rocks : :  [ Hike ]

Sat, Nov 2, 2019, 5:00 am,   Rating: A-
Leader: Joe Babcock   518-791-9395 jababcock19@gmail.com
Colead: Wayne Richter   518-893-7895 wrichter@nycap.rr.com

- We will meet at the Panera Bread parking lot off Exit 19 of the Northway toget this adventure started. Hiking Pitchoff, we will start from the trail near the Cascade trailhead and hike out to and along the ridge to the last open area on top, then hike the same trail back. I look forward to this hike and the potential for some nice views along the way. Join us for a nice hike in the later fall hiking season.

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YM Halloween Hike- Pole Hill Pond : : : [ Hike ]

Sat, Nov 2, 2019, 9:00 am,   Rating: C+
Leader: Megan McLaughlin   631-365-3934 megan@adk.org

- Join our Young Members on a Halloween loop hike at Pole Hill Pond. This hike in Bolton offers views of Lake George. 6 miles round trip. A really nice hike, with a steady uphill and no technical challenges. Perfect for wearing costumes, because, yes, costumes are encouraged. Prizes will be given. Open to members in their 20s, 30s and the young at heart.

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Sat, Nov 2: Hike Baker Woods Preserve Join us while we explore the trails of the Baker Woods Preserve in the Indian Lakes Conservancy near Natural Bridge, NY. We’ll visit a cedar bog, various pine forests, and Beaversprite pond (an active beaver pond). Optional side trip to Indian River. Approximately 4 miles RT, a few steep hills. Level 2. Contact Marianne Hebert, hebertm@potsdam.edu, 315-265-0756.

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Hackensack Loop or Traverse : : : [ Hike ]

Sat, Nov 2, 2019, 9:00 am,   Rating: B
Leader: Reg Prouty   518-747-9736 reginaldprouty@gmail.com

- Hackensack in Warrensburg has a selection of newly marked loops of varying length and difficulty.The length and difficulty will depend upon the group dynamics and whether we do a traverse or loop returning to the same parking area. Our pace will not be too fast and we will take ample time for a relaxing lunch on the overlooks that afford rooftop views of the village of Warrensburg and the confluence of the Hudson and Schroon Rivers.

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PORTER AND CASCADE VIA BLUEBERRY MTN. : : : [Hike ]

Sat, Nov 2, 2019, 5:00 am,   Rating: A+
Leader: Eric Kimmelman   518-866-8521 ejkimmelman@gmail.com
Colead: Akane Suzuki   999-999-9999 akaneadk@gmail.com

- Let's climb Porter and Cascade the quiet and fun way! We'll start from MarcyField, and head up for Blueberry Mountain. After enjoying the view from its bold summit, we'll head to Porter, then Cascade. This routeis more challenging and rewarding than climbing from Cascade Lake at Route 73. Total 11 miles, 4200 ft elevation gain. We'll meet at Exit19 at 5am. Prepare for early November conditions. Bring enough layers and microspikes!

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Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019
Lapland Pond &amp: Millman Ponds

Lapland and Millman Ponds are in the Lake George Wild Forest. One mile from the parking area the trail branches off from the Black Mountain trail. The lean-to at Lapland Pond is situated in a beautiful spot on a point. A large rock slopes down into the water, and provides a perfect place for lunch. We'll encounter some wet areas as we continue on to Millman Pond, and hope that the dry summer hasn't diminished the four foot waterfall. We'll come to a second lean-to at 3.1mi. on the east side of the
pond. Total round trip distance: 6.2 mi.

Rating: C+
Leader: Gail Livingston 518-725-6202 or e-mailpepperjack@frontiernet.net

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Visit two ponds, a lake and an &quot:ocean.&quot: : We'll walk over 15 miles from Putnam Pond Campground to Treadway Mountain (with High Peak views), bushwhack down to Crab Pond, then hike on trails past the north shore of Pharaoh Lake and around Grizzle Ocean back to the start.  The hike has less than 2,000 feet of climbing, but the mileage makes it an "A" hike.  Bring seasonal clothing, lots to eat and drink, a headlamp with fresh batteries, and a persevering spirit.  We will depart Northway Exit 9 Park & Ride at 5:30 am.

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Saturday, 11/2 : Ramapo Reservation Hike C 4 mi
Karen Rose   (c) 551-804-0358
kkarose@aol.com
Mario Medici  201-396-9391
marioamedici@gmail.com
10:00 AM at Ramapo Valley County Reservation, 608 US-202, Mahwah, NJ.  Hike leaders will decide hike route on the day of hike.  TC North Jersey Trails Map 115.

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Saturday, 11/2 : Tiorati AT Long Path Loop B 7 mi
Geoff Fonseca   845-357-9366
geofffonseca@yahoo.com
9:30 AM at the Tiorati Circle Parking.  We will hike the Appalachian Trail at Fingerboard Mountain to the intersection of the AT and the Long Path.  We will return on the Long Path, a woods trail and AT.  Please email leader to register.  TC Northern Harriman Trails Map 119.

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This hike will include several wonderful peaks with great views.  First we will climb Hurricane Mountain from the O'TooleRoad trailhead.  This is a favorite peak of many in the High Peaks region since it has an open rock summit to spread out on.  It still has a little old fire tower which is no longer open. The views of the high peaks are wonderful from the summit of Hurricane. Then we will backtrack and climb toward Lost Pond and eventually to Weston Mtn.  From Weston all the way to Big Crow Mtn. we cross the Nun-da-ga-o ridge.  There are many wonderful views along the Nun-da-ga-o ridge and we get to see Hurricane Mtn. from many vantage points.  This is oneof my personal favorite hikes in the Adirondacks!   If there’s interest, we will climb Big Crow Mtn. near the end of this hike. Total distance is about 9.5 miles with about 2,500 feet of elevation gain. 



Please list your recent hiking experience in your email request to join this hike.  You will be notified if you can join based on space available and experience level.

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Stone Quarry Art Park Hike NCT100
Sat. Nov 2 :
Rating/Distance:  (M)   4 miles
Map(s):  DeLorme 61
Leader(s):  Kathy Disque 315-656-3383 kathydisque@yahoo.com
Enjoy a fall hike on the Link Trail/NCT from Chenango Street to the Art Park and return.  There is a short side trail to the new Madison County Distillery on the route of this hike, we will stop if they are open.

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This approximate 3.0 mile loop is rated C+ for some ups & downs. It is an easy hike for everyone. We will visit a labyrinth, asculpture called The Sphere and perhaps see varied wildlife. Dogs are welcome on leash only, strictly enforced. Contact me for meeting place & any questions. Rich Greguski, 631-921-2375 or hipeak19@optonline.net Bring a bag lunch & water. Rain cancels.

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Hopefully we':ll have some fall foliage color around Durand and Eastman Lakes, returning along the southern edge of the park. Meet 9:45 a.m. at the kiosk near the Durand Eastman Park Office/Maintenance Bldg (43.23196, -77.55616) at 100 Zoo Rd off Lake Shore Blvd for a 10:00 a.m. hike start. Some trails have exposed roots or are leaf covered. Please dress for the weather, bring some water to drink, and wear boots or trail shoes with good traction. Hiking poles would be useful on the steeper sections. Contact: Jim Bishop at adk.gvc.trpldr@gmail.com with any questions.

Additional Information: The Saturday 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 arealso not "endurance tests" although we do at times hike at a brisk pace. You'll always want bring plenty to drink. Equally important, is the proper footwear, gear and clothing for changing conditions. Our hikes our planned by our leaders to last two hours, but many times unexpected delays can occur, so if you are pressed for time, thishike may not be a good fit. We're always looking for new places togo and additional leaders. 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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Please join us for a relaxed, 90 minute hike which will endconcurrent with our friends starting earlier, with opportunities for coffee or lunch afterward. Meet 10:15 a.m. at the kiosk near the Durand Eastman Park Office/Maintenance Bldg (43.23196, -77.55616) at 100 Zoo Rdoff Lake Shore Blvd for a 10:30 a.m. hike start. Some trails have exposed roots or are leaf covered. Low lying areas may be muddy. Please dressfor the weather, bring some water to drink, and wear boots or trail shoes with good traction. Hiking poles would be useful on the steeper sections. Contact: Sue McMeekin-Davis at 585-413-7494 or suemc9@frontiernet.net with any questions.

Additional Information: The Saturday 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. You'll always want bring plenty to drink. Equally important, is the proper footwear, gear and clothing for changing conditions. Our hikes our planned by our leaders to last two 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 bya parent or legal guardian. If not, the responsible adult must have the signed release which is available on our website. Dogs are not allowedon this hike.

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Sunday, 11/3 : State Line Trail To B 4.5 B+
  AT and Surprise Lake
Deanna Felicetta  845-216-2021
felicetta.deanna@gmail.com
Eileen Turner   201-774-4876
eileenkt@gmail.com
8:45 AM at State Line Parking / Rt 511 opposite Greenwood Lake Marina.  This will be a fun hike for strong hikers with great scrambles, views of NYC skyline, Surprise Lake, Greenwood Lake, and also AT State Line.  Dine and socialize at Breezy Restaurant after the hike.  Registration limited.  Poor weather will cancel.  TC North Jersey Trails Map 116.

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Shackham to Shackham Hike
Sun. Nov 3 : :
Rating/Distance: 6+ miles
Map(s):  O1 Onondaga Trail
Leader(s): Dick Frio, 315-679-0622, Richardfriood@hotmail.com

We will spot cars to avoid a road walk, we will hike to Spruce Pond, have lunch at Jones Hill, stop at Tinker Fall and return out on Shackham Road.  Be prepared for weather, bring water, snacks, lunch and wear orange.

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Scarface Mountain
When
Sunday, Nov 3, 2019
Description
Sunday, November 3
Scarface Mountain
Class B2B
Leader:  Kristin Cimmino at 518-368-3185
Join Leader Kristin on her Saranac 6 finish up Scarface mountain. This is a 7.4 mile hike near Ray Brook NY. The actual summit doesn't offer a view however shortly before there is an opening that offers one. Winter gear such as warm clothes and microspikes may be needed. Leashed dogs are welcome.  Please call Kristin for start time.

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Sunday, November 3rd. Carpenter Trail Hike, near Lowville.

The trails are recommended for cross country skiing. Hiking orsnow shoeing might be more appropriate on November 3. The distance of the hike would depend on the participants. It is located off of Route 26 just south of Lowville. Google carpenter trails Lowville NY to see maps.There are 3 loops with connecting trails encompassing approximately 7.8
miles. For the most part, these trails are in wooded areas and aredesigned for the novice and intermediate cross-country skier and doubleas pathways for bikers during the summer season.

Contact MarieSteinbeck 315-558-8568, email: mjstbeck@aol.com. for additional details

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Sun, Nov 3 –: Scenic Hudson’:s Falling Waters Preserve (FWP) & Saugerties Lighthouse C+ 3.5 miles Leader: Carla Barrett barrettinclinton@gmail.com Cell 315-527-8478.

This is a family-friendly walk/hike. Start at 11AM at FWP and then all go by own car with Leader to the Lighthouse Trail 8 minutes away. We can eat lunch on the Lighthouse deck in the middle of the River. This event appeals to walkers and hikers of all skill levels. Children welcome. Some hills and a few tricky spots along the Hudson River shoreline can be avoided. Shoes may get wet/muddy. Bring food and water; binoculars if you have them. Meet at FWP, Dominican Ln, Saugerties, NY 12477. Driving Directions: Off Route 9W or Route 32 south of Saugerties, follow Main St in Glasco NY to Delaware and York. For GPS: 45 York St, Saugerties 12477 will put you near the entrance where there is a sign. Confirm with leader.

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Description: We will hike a 4 mile loop trail around Boughton Park on a beautiful trail that follows two lakes. Parking in Boughton Park is restricted, so we will meet at the Fort Hill trailhead parking lot on Boughton Hill Road near the intersection with Murray Rd and then car pool to Boughton Park. From Victor go south on Maple Avenue (444), go right on Boughton Hill Road and the parking lot will be on the right past Murray Road.   Bring a lunch, we will be eating on thetrail. Meet at 10:15 am and the car pool to Boughton park leaves at 10:30am. The hike will end at ~1:30pm. For more information contact Pete atpeter@fellegara.com. DON’T FORGET TO SET YOUR CLOCKS BACK ONE HOUR AS DAYLIGHT SAVINGS ENDS.

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. 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 are planned by our leaders to last three hours, but sometimes 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 adultmust have the signed release which is available on our website. Dogs are not allowed on this hike.

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Following the Dome Trail, we’:ll climb this 2,748 summit. The birch, maple, beech, and oaks of the lower slopes transition to a distinctly Laurentian plateau with boreal forest near the summit.The summit offers a magnificent views of the entire north Berkshire region, including Pine Cobble, the Greylock Range and Taconic Range. Thiswill be a round trip of 5.2 miles. So there’s no need to hurry on this hike. Total elevation gain will be about 1,500 feet.  

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Paradise Garden Lean-to
Mon. Nov 4 : : :            
Rating/Distance: (M) 3 miles
Map(s): FLT M22
Leader(s): Sigi Schwinge, SigiSchwinge@aol.com, 315-437-6906

This is an in-and-out walk from Paradise Hill Rd. to the lean-to where we will linger a bit over snacks, and back to the trail-head via a little different way.  If you want to meet us at the trail-head, email Sigi, please.  For other Monday hikes email leader.

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Monday Monthly Geocache : : : [ Geocache ]

Mon, Nov 4, 2019, time TBD,   Rating: NR
Leader: Sarah King   518-798-0615 scubakings@roadrunner.com

- Join us on our monthly trip to find newly hidden geocaches in the area. It's a great excuse to take a walk in the woods with plenty of stops to rest and look for the caches. You don't have to be a "geocacher" to join us. Come see what it's about and keep coming if you decide you like it! Call or email a few days before to find out the plan!

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Hunter Mtn Fire Tower Hike : : : [ Hike ]

Tue, Nov 5, 2019, 7:00 am,   Rating: B
Leader:Maureen Coutant   518-745-7834 mojim@roadrunner.com

- This is the last fire tower that I need for the Catskill section of the Fire TowerChallenge. I'm planning on doing the 8 mile loop trail. It'lltake about 2 hours to get there, so it will be a long day!! If you need this mountain also...give me a call!

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Executive Committee Meeting : : : [ Meeting ]

Wed, Nov 6, 2019, 7:00 pm,   Rating: NR
Leader: Kathi Noble   518-222-3101 knoble2@nycap.rr.com

- Monthly meeting of the Executive Committee. Chapter Members welcome. Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls, NY

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Interested in exploring beyond the beaten path?  :NYS guide and former ADK LI president Ed Moran will discuss bushwhacking in the Catskills.  Where the trail ends is where the fun begins.
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
20 Candlewood Path
Dix Hills , NY 11746

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The Wilkinson Trail at Saratoga National Battlefield is 4.2 miles long and winds through field and forest over rolling hills. Late fall colored grasses and remaining leaves on oak and beech trees against dark pines make this a beautiful November outing.  For those of you who remember this trail from years back, it now goes in reverse! The Park Service made this change a few years ago to flow better with the chronological events of the battle's history -- a worthy reason for the change.  Email contact preferred.

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Thursday, November 7 Travel Talk: Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Just after returning from their cycling tour, authors Stephanie and Mike Battisti will show pictures and describe their UP trip during cocktail hour at Debby Rice’s home. Please bring an appetizer to share, 5:30 p.m.

Contact: Debby Rice 518-420-8755 debora.rice@gmail.com

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All members are welcome

GVC Executive Committee Meetings are held at Twelve Corners Presbyterian Church,

1200 S. Winton Road, on the first Wednesday of each month, September–June, except when otherwise noted.

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November 7: Parkerville Road Connector Trail Leader: Dan Nielsen
Difficulty: Moderate. Approximately 3-4 miles. Duration: 3-4 hours Limit: 15
Description: This is a new trail in the Siamese Ponds Wilderness and connects Parkerville Road with the Clear Pond trail whichis part of the Clear Pond – John Pond loop. This trail is so newDEC has not yet
signed either end or removed the flagging tape. It is marked with blue DEC discs and is somewhat difficult to follow in sections due to recent blowdowns. There are several easily managed stream crossings and
two moderate climbs. Nearing the southern end of the trail are views to Center Pond which borders the Rainbow Lake development.If there is interest we can extend the hike by going into Clear Pond. We will
stop for a snack along the way as there isn’t a suitable place for a longish lunch stop.

Meeting Time/Place: 10:00 AMat Pine's Country Store, junction of NY state routes 28 & 30in Indian Lake. We will then drive to the Clear Pond trailhead and dropoff half the cars then proceed to the Parkerville Road trailhead (.4 mile east of Chamberlain Road) where the hike will start. Shuttle time is less than ten minutes. In the event of cancellation an email will be sent by 7:00 AM.

Contact: Dan Nielsen, catskill549@yahoo.com or 914-815-7146

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November 7: Hike Upper &amp: Lower Wolf Jaw Leader - Rob Haggerty
Level: Strenuous Hike Rating of 13 (12.3 miles- 6pts 3400 ft elevation gain - 7pts)
Duration: All day Limit: 10
Description: We will start at the hiker's parking lot of the Ausable Club in in St. Huberts just off RT. 73. We will take the club road to the Wedge Brook Trail. There are many nice water features along this route.

Meeting Time/Place: Those wishing to car pool can meet Rob at the Black Bear in Pottersville at 6:30 or 7:15 at the hiker's lot with a ready to go time of 7:30.

Contact: E-Mail Rob at DRBINTL@yahoo.com and let him know where you will meet him. Please note micro- spikes may be needed this time of year.

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November 7: Hike Severance Mountain Noelle McCrum
Difficulty: Moderate and easy Duration: 2 plus hours Limit: 15
Ascent: 813Feet. Summit Elevation: 1,638 feet

Description: This is a funhike with some elevation. We will wander through some wooded areas thatcontain, white pine, birch, hemlock and white cedars. Hopefully, the fall colors will still be out. The group will cross two plank bridges.At the summit we will view Schroon Lake and Pharaoh Mt.

Meeting Time and Place: 10:00 AM; Tops Market in Schroon Lake.
What to Bring: Water, lunch and bug spray. Contact: RSVP - Noelle nkinderteach@hotmail.com or call 518 494-5193

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November 7: Bike Ride to Tahawus Bridge Leader: Barbara Kearns
Difficulty: Easy Duration: 3 hours or less Limit: 15 bicycles
Description: 20 Mile Easy Bike Ride to Tahawus Bridge over primarily level highway with easy elevation
gain. Dress according to weather with layers, gloves, hat, and water
Bring lunch to eat at Overlook Pavilion upon return (also weather pending)
Meeting Time/Place: Meet at 9:30 at the Newcomb Overlook Parking Lot
Contact: Barbara Kearns 518 582 2126 or e-mail. bobbiek@frontiernet.net

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Thursday, 11/7 : Conklin Mountain C 5 mi
Debbie Bell   845-358-8386
deb2@columbia.edu  (NCA 9 PM)
10:00 AM at Sebago Boat Launch.  This will be a moderately-paced hike on the Seven Hills, TMI, and Buck Trails.  If the hike is cancelled for weather or other reasons, leader will email registered participants before8 AM on the morning of the hike.  TC Southern Harriman Bear Mountain Trails Map 118.

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Young Member Social: Wolff’:s Biergarten
Thursday, November 7th from 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Young Member Social: Wolff’s Biergarten
Dustin Wright, pastor@messiahschenectady.org. or 603.953.8782

Want to enjoy the harvest season and make some like-minded friends? Come on our for ADK Schenectady’s young member’s social! This will be a great time to reflect on all our fall hikes, share stories, and get ready for the cold season. And of course, there’s free apps!

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This hike is 4.5 miles with 1,151 feet of elevation gain.  We will meet at the Catskill Thruway exit Park & Ride. The hike will begin at the trailhead in the parking lot at Plattekill Clove.  We will hike up to Huckleberry Point for a beautiful panoramic view.  Across from the parking lot we can also enjoy the Plattekill Falls and Devil's Kitchen.

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CANCELED - Women':s Hike

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These local hikes are hilly but at a somewhat leisurely pace. The location is determined by trail conditions that week. Poles and boots are very usefuli. Bring water, a snack, and dress in non-cotton layers so you can adjust to changing temperatures. If the weather looks threatening, check for a cancellation email that comes out by 8 AM. To recieve a weekly email reminder on Tuesdays, with meeting details, contact Becky.  rolson585@gmail.com

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Young Member Hike: Haystack
When
Saturday, Nov 9, 2019
Description
Saturday, November 9th
Young Member Hike: Haystack
Dustin Wright, pastor@messiahschenectady.org. or 603.953.8782
An early winter hike over one of the best of the Adirondack High Peaks… what could be better? The hike is around 16 miles over roughly3,800 of elevation gain and features great 360 views. Traction, snowshoes and other winter gear is definitely required. Please confirm interest with Dustin via email!

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Young Members: Loon Lake Mountain Fire Tower : :  [ Hike ]

Sat, Nov 9, 2019, 9:00 am,   Rating: B
Leader: Eric Woodruff   518-588-5592 eric@thewoodruffs.us

- Bag one of the more remote fire towers in the Adirondacks! Loon Lake Mountain is one of the lesser traveled fire towers, and even though the tower is closed, there are still fantastic views from the summit. Located near Vermontville, the trail is a 5.8 mile, out and back, moderate to moderate-hard climb with almost 1700' elevation gain. Because of the time of the year, micro-spikes/crampons and/or snowshoes may be required to attend - I'll have more information available as we get closer to the hike. Will be coordinating carpools. To RSVP for this hike please contact Eric Woodruff.

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Allen stands off by itself and offers good views, a nice waterfall, and a good workout!  This hike will be approximately 18 miles with approximately 3800 feet of elevation gain.

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Sat, Nov 9 –: Table Rocks &amp: Bonticou Crag, B Joint with Mohonk Preserve Leader: Ginny Fauci gefauci@gmail.com 845-399-2170 text preferred

Meet at Mohonk Preserve’s Spring Farm Trailhead at 9:30 am. We’ll hike out to Table Rocks, back over Northeast Trail and up Bonticou Crag Trail. Depending on time & interest we may continue over Guyot Hill before going back to parking lot. Bring Lunch, snacks, and layer for the weather. Rain will cancel. If there’s snow, we will snowshoe. Carry micro-spikes with you in case of ice. Confirm with leader.

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Fall Potluck/Membership Meeting
Sat. Nov. 9 :                      
Meeting Place:  Collamer United Church, 6865 Fly Rd, East Syracuse. (Enter from back of the Church)
Leader:  Pat Zangari 677 3394 & Gail Swinburne 532-0829

Directions: Take Rt. 481 North from Syracuse to Exit 7 (Rt. 298) take rt. 298 West to Fly Road, go south on Fly Road (left turn by Adirondack Furniture) the driveway to the church is ¼ mile on your right.   The chapter will supply the main entrée so bring a dish to pass and a serving utensil for your dish.  Bring your own place setting.  The chapter will supply hot and cold beverage.  Social hour at 3:00 p.m., followed by our annual membership meeting at 3:30 p.m.  At 4:00 p.m. Bill Coffin will do a presentation on the Lost Indian Foot Trails, showing us how these trails were the foundation of our current hiking trails. Dinner will follow at 5:00 p.m.

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Cook Mountain’:s open ridge provides exquisite views of northern Lake George, the Champlain Valley, Ticonderoga and Vermont’s Green Mountains. The hike is 2.9 miles round-trip with a steep climb to the summit.  This hike has an elevation gain of 948 feet.Contact leader via email only for details and provide your most recent hiking experience.

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Saturday,11/9 : Black Rock Forest Trails B 7 B+
Peter Reiner   845-323-7697
psr7777@gmail.com
9:30 AM at the parking area along Reservoir Rd.  Hike on the Stillman Trail, followed by the Scenic Tower View, White Oak and Black Rock Hollow Trails.  Bring plenty of water for the hike.  Rain cancels.  Call or email hike leader to register. TC West Hudson Trails map 113.

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Saturday, 11/9 : Jockey Hollow Leader':s Choice B 6 miles
Jeffrey Sovelove
Hiker_Dood@yahoo.com
10:00 AM at the visitors' center.  Google “jockey hollow visitors center Morristown NJ” for directions.  Leader's choice of trails depending on conditions at Jockey Hollow National Park in Morristown. See www.nps.gov… for directions and information.  Heavy/steady rain cancels.  Joint ADK/Sierra Club hike.

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Shadow Pines Park in Penfield. This is the old Shadow Pines Golf Club being developed as a town park, but right now it is just a beautiful space with a variety of trees. The hike will be mostly on cart paths with some grass walking. There is no real elevation. The hike will be a relaxed hike from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., but with opportunity for an extension for those interested in continuing on to noon. Meet 9:45a.m. in the Shadow Pines Park parking lot (43.146467, -77.485961) at Whalen and Clark Roads (this is where the old Clark House Restaurant was for those who remember that) for a 10:00 a.m. hike start. Please dress for the weather, bring some water to drink, and wear boots or trail shoes with good traction. Contact: Sue McMeekin-Davis at 585-413-7494 or suemc9@frontiernet.net with any questions.

Additional Information: The Saturday 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. You'll always want bring plentyto drink. Equally important, is the proper footwear, gear and clothing for changing conditions. Our hikes our planned by our leaders to last two 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 the signed release which is available on our website. Dogsare not allowed on this hike.

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Sunday, 11/10 : Silvermine Circular B 6 mi
Fred Hodde   (c) 973-722-7824
Bullwnkl1@aol.com
9:30 AM at the Silvermine Parking Lot off Seven Lakes Drive.  We’ll do a circular starting with the Menomine past Lake Nawahunta, followed by the Long Path and AT Trails and returning to the starting point via the Menomine. Registration by email is preferred.  Call 973-722-7824 before 8:20 AM if the weather is questionable.  TC Northern Harriman Trails Map 119.

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Onondaga Creek Walk
Sun. Nov. 10 : : : 
Rating/Distance: (E) 3-4 miles
Map:  DeLorme 60
Leader: Peg Whaley 315-633-0154
A walk on Syracuse’s premier urban trail from the Inner Harbor to Armory Square & return.

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