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Greenway Hike – Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Report by Erika Baker-Heinegg - The Day turned out to be perfect for an autumn outing, and 20+ hikers came to enjoy the day. We sang to congratulate Nina Hart on her Birthday. Photos: by Fred Johnson. “Wild Cucumber” seed pods are in the tag photo. Click on photos to enlarge.


Greenwoods Conservancy Hike - Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Report by Monica Peters - Nothing to report really. No one showed up yesterday. Apparently my message about the treacherous trails and probably walking the road – turned them off. TOO BAD as it wasn’t a bad day after all (got to stop believing the forecasters). Temperature comfortable and we did walk s of the trails – but not the steep one we had planned on. Our neighbor went with us and we hiked 4 miles anyway. It was a good morning after all. We’ll try Greenwoods again on another day.


Greenway hike/ski/snowshoe – Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Report by Lucille Wiggin - Four ADK friends met at the Greenway for a hike/ski/ snow shoe. It was 24 degrees, no wind and eight inches of new snow. Scott on snow shoes and Jim on skies took turns breaking trail so that Julie and I could have an easier walk. After l.6 miles we adjourned to the Eggplant for hot soup for lunches. Great start to the day.


Homer Folks State Forest Hike – Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Report by Jim and Carolyn Austin - For the first time, twenty-three hikers walked trails at the Homer Folks State Forest. The trail ‘Black Coffee’, led us around picturesque shale rock formations. The trails were developed as mountain bike paths and were leaf covered for our walk. The day was cloudy with mid 40’s temperatures. The first sprinkles of rain began as the hike ended.


Clark Tower Hike - Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Report by Julie Smith - ADK joined OCCA for a beautiful fall walk in the Clark Tower forest in Cooperstown on Tuesday. Jeff O'Handley, program director for the Conservation Association, was the leader for the thirty five hikers. Thanks, Jeff. We had a great morning. Photos by Fred Johnson. Click on photos to enlarge.


Milford State Forest - Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2016

Report by Linda Pearce - On a brisk and sunny morning, twenty-five hikers gathered by the barn at Milford State Forest. Our hike took us on a snowmobile trail through the woods, then along State Land Road, and on a woodland loop on the north side of State Land Rd. where several of the hikers stopped to observe a porcupine in a tree near the trail.


SUNY College Camp - Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Report by Currie Marr - On a cool, variable weather day, 14 people hiked approximately 3 miles at College Camp of SUNY Oneonta. The hike began near the Observatory complex, passing the pond and Lean-tos, and ascending to the ridge. From the ridge, hikers followed the “Purple Trail” to loop down the western hillside and return to the ridge.


Bramley Mt. Hike in Delhi, NY – Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Report by Betsy Cunningham - Twenty-five highly motivated ADK hikers climbed a 2,817 ft. summit on Bramley Mountain in Delhi, NY. This trail designed and maintained by the Catskill Mountain Club includes an easy walk to an old quarry followed by a difficult 1.2 mile climb through majestic woods, stone walls and impressive rocks and caves.


Otsdawa , Myrrbearer Monastery – Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Report by Bob Ciganek - On Tuesday morning, October 11, twenty-seven warmly dressed ADKers began a slightly downhill trek from the top of the Otsdawa to the Myrrbearer Monastery. From there we met the Gem of the Otsdawa, Mother Katherine, overseer of all sheep, goats, chickens and Great Pyrenees pups. Mother Katherine escorted us down a portion of Pilgrim Trail.


Grand Gorge Rail Trail – Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Report by Julie Smith - The ADK hike on Tuesday, Oct. 4, was the Rail Trail starting in Grand Gorge. On a cloudy but lovely morning with much evidence of autumn colors and cool temperatures, 17 ADKers and friends walked 3.8 miles along the Trail. Many stopped at Sundaes Restaurant for lunch before returning home. We missed Fran Darrah who usually leads this hike.



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