Hello chapter members and community members,
Due to COVID-19, weekly hikes and other chapter outings are limited to Adirondack Mountain Club members and invited guests until further notice. We hope to open our outings to the general public in the fall. Happy Trails!
~Susquehanna Chapter Executive Committee.
Below are the scheduled hikes for Summer 2021. The schedule is subject to change due to weather or other circumstances. Updates to the schedule will be posted on this page and sent via the chapter email list. Photos and hike details will also be posted to the chapter’s Facebook page.
Summer 2021 Outings
September 21st – Wilber Park, Oneonta – Diane Aaronson 432-9391
September 28th – Briar Creek Road – Bill & Kathly Holmstrom 988-7180
October 5th – Greenway, Oneonta – Jann Ewen 432-1269
October 12th – Betty and Wilbur Davis State Park – Linda Pearce 432-8969
October 19th – Glenwood Creek, Wilber Park, Oneonta – Sarah Patterson 432-6284
October 26th – Upper Gilboa Reservoir – Liza Mundy 286-7609
November 2nd – Milford State Forest – Aleda Koehn 267-4586
November 9th – Woodland Walk, Jefferson – Betsy Cunningham 437-3758
November 16th – Gilbert Lake State Park – Carolyn & Jim Austin 437-5734
November 23rd – Fortin Park, Oneonta – Barb Baumann 703-554-0068
November 30th – Homer Folks State Forest – Jendy Murphy 518-605-5643
December 7th – West Branch Nature Preserve, Hamden – Bill & Kathy Holstrom 988-7180
December 14th – Lower Riddell State Park – Lucille Wiggen 432-1022
December 21st – Sleeping Lion Trail, Glimmerglass State Park – Glenda Bolton 432-7485
December 28th -Texas Schoolhouse State Forest – Tracy Verma – 353-9620
HIKE AND BIKE RATINGS
Ratings are subjective and chosen by the leader. If you are uncertain that you are up to the hike, consult the leader. Tuesday outings are walks.
Class A – Difficult: More than 1500’ climb or more than 8 miles distance. More than 35 miles on the bike.
Class B – Moderate: Less than 1500’ climb and 6 to 8 miles total distance. 10-30 miles on bike.
Class C – Easy: Well-graded trails and less than 6 miles total distance. 10 miles or less by bike, suitable for beginners.
Walk: Less than 4 miles total distance, suitable for children.