Green Mountain Club
Montpelier Section

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Events and reports for 2013
Montpelier Section reports in the 2013 Long Trail News
Tue Jan 1
Tuesday, January 1 -- Snowshoe. Middlesex. Moderate. 4.8 miles round trip. White Rocks from the Middlesex trailhead.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Tue Jan 12
Tuesday January 12 -- YAC Ski Adventure at Morse Farm     Leader: Lexi Shear
Sun Jan 13
Sunday, January 13 -- YAC Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Easy. 2-4 miles. Young Adventures Club. Trapp Family Touring Center. Pass or trail fee required.     Leader: Lexi Shear
Sun Jan 13
Sunday, January 13 -- Cross-country Ski. Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Moderate. Various distances. Pass or trail fee required.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat Jan 19
Saturday, January 19 -- Snowshoe. Groton State Forest. Moderate. 4 miles. From New Discovery to Big Deer Mountain, return along Osmore Pond. Bring lunch and snack.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Tue Jan 22
Tuesday, January 22 -- Cross-country Ski. East Montpelier. Moderate. Distance depends on interest and snow conditions. Morse Farm Ski Touring Center. Come and experience our local winter playground. Pass or trail fee required. Bring lunch to eat indoors.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Feb 2
Saturday, February 2 -- Waterbury Center. GMC 17th Annual Snowshoe Festival.
Tue Feb 5
Tuesday, February 5 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe Mountain Resort. Moderate. Various distances. Full day or half-day starting at 1:30 P.M. Pass or trail fee required.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat Feb 9
Saturday, February 9 -- YAC Snowshoe. Montpelier. Easy. Young Adventurers Club.     Leader: Mike Wetherell and Lexi Shear
Sun Feb 10
Sunday, February 10 -- Cross-country Ski. Craftsbury Outdoor Center. Moderate. Length depends on interest and snow conditions. Join us for a day on well-groomed trails. Pass or trail fee required. Bring lunch to eat indoors. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Feb 16
Saturday, February 16 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Moderate. Various distances. Trapp Family Touring Center. Pass or trail fee required.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sun Feb 17
Sunday, February 17 -- Cross-country Ski. Marshfield. Moderate. Beaver Brook Ski Area. Meet at 10:00 A.M. at MHS.     Leader: George Longenecker or Cynthia Martin
Thur Feb 21
Thursday, February 21 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe Mountain Resort. Moderate. Various distances. Pass or trail fee required. Meet at 10:00 A.M. Dept. of Labor parking lot, Montpelier.     Leader: George Longenecker and Cynthia Martin
Sat Feb 23
Saturday, February 23 -- Snowshoe. Woodbury. Easy. Various distances. Snowshoe and Potluck Supper. Bring your own bowl, cup, utensils. Flashlight or headlamp needed after 4:30 P.M. supper. Meet at MHS at 12:00 noon.     Leader: Sally Sairs
Sat Feb 23
Saturday, February 23 -- Snowshoe. Stowe. Difficult. Mt. Mansfield Chin. Crampons necessary. LT to Taft Lodge, then on to the Chin.     Leader: Paul DeLuca
Sun Feb 24
Sunday, February 24 -- Snowshoe. Duxbury. Moderate. 5+/- miles round trip. Snowshoe to Montclair Glen Lodge from Couching Lion parking lot. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sun Feb 24
Sunday, February 24 -- Sunday February 24, 2013 Snowshoeing and potluck supper     Leader: Sally Sairs
Sat Mar 2
Saturday, March 2 -- Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Moderate. Various distances. Stowe Mountain Resort. Pass or trail fee required.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith
Sun Mar 3
Sunday, March 3 -- Cross-country Ski. Groton. Moderate. 6+/- miles. Groton Forest. Bring lunch. Meet at 10:00 A.M. at MHS.     Leader: George Longenecker and Cynthia Martin
Sat Mar 9
Saturday, March 9 -- Snowshoe. Waterbury. Moderate. 6.4 miles. Little River State Park Loop.     Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sat Mar 9
Saturday, March 9 -- Snowshoe. Montpelier. Easy. Hubbard Park. Young Adventurers Club.     Leader: Gretchen Elias
Sat Mar 9
Saturday, March 9 -- Snowshoe. Middlesex. Moderate-Difficult. White Rocks. Young Adventurers Club. Mike Wetherell and Lexi Shear
Mar 13
March 13 -- Executive Committee meeting
Sat Mar 16
Saturday, March 16 -- Snowshoe. Underhill. Difficult. 5 miles. Devil's Dishpan. Stevensville via Nebraska Notch, Long and Underhill Trails.     Leader: Steve Lightholder
Tue Mar 19
Tuesday, March 19 -- Mystery Outing. Location and length is     Leader: 's choice. What we do and where we go will depend on weather and ground conditions.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Mar 30
Saturday, March 30 -- Walk. Maple Corners. Easy. 5+/- miles. Historic road walk with birds and flowers inevitable.     Leader: Nona Estrin
Fri Apr 12
Friday, April 12 -- Montpelier. Section Annual Meeting. Bethany United Church, Montpelier, VT.   Photos
The meeting Packet:   Treasurer     Membership Coordinator     Trail Talk     Publicity Coordinator     Trails and Shelters Coordinator     Director     Web Site     Nominations for Section Officers     Outings     Proposed Budget for FY 2014
Sun Apr 14
Sunday, April 14 -- Walk. Warren. Moderate. 7.5 miles. Road walk loop out of Warren village with great views. Could be muddy. Dress for weather. Bring lunch and water. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sun Apr 14
Sunday, April 14 -- Walk. Barre. Easy-Moderate. Young Adventurers Club. Millstone Trails. Pass or trail fee required. Mike Wetherell
Sat Apr 20
Saturday, April 20 -- Walk. Berlin. Moderate. 5 mile road walk with possible extension to 8 miles according to group preference and     Leader: s whim. Berlin Pond.     Leader: Kevin Ryan
Sun Apr 21
Sunday, April 21 -- Walk. Stowe. Easy. 10 miles. Bike Path. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Apr 27
Saturday, April 27 -- Walk. Adamant. Moderate. 5 miles. Walk around Sodom Pond.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith
Sun Apr 28
Sunday, April 28 -- Walk. Waterbury. Moderate. Wildflower Walk. Little River State Park. Meet at 1:00 P.M. at MHS.     Leader: George Longenecker and Cynthia Martin
Tue May 7
Tuesday, May 7 -- Bike Ride. Montpelier. Moderate. 25 miles. Montpelier to Moretown. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith
Wed May 8
Wednesday, May 8 -- Work Hike. Montpelier. Rain Date: May 10, Friday. North Branch River Park or Hubbard Park. Various abilities. 2-3 miles. Approx. 6 hrs., although volunteers with less time are appreciated. Help Parks Director Geoff Beyer maintain our local parks, where many members spend many pleasant hours. Bring lunch, water, wear work boots and work gloves. Tools provided. Meet at Montpelier swimming pool parking lot on Elm St. at 9:00 A.M.     Leader: Andrew Nuquist
Sat May 11
Saturday May 11 -- YAC Wells River Rail Trail     Leader: Mike Wetherell
Sun May 12
Sunday, May 12 -- Hike. Moscow. Moderate. 4-5 hour. Cotton Brook Road. Loop with short uphill stretch. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Ken Hertz
Sun May 12
Sunday, May 12 -- Bike Ride. Wells River. Moderate. Young Adventurers Club. Wells River Rail Trail.     Leader: Lexi Shear
Sat May 18
Saturday, May 18 -- Work Hike. Duxbury. All abilities. 3-4 miles round trip. Spring walk-thru on the LT to Bamforth Ridge Shelter. Bring lunch. Wear sturdy boots, work clothes and gloves. Meet at MHS at 8:00 A.M.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat May 25
Saturday, May 25 -- Work Hike. Stowe. All abilities. Various distances. Smugglers' Notch. Spring walk-thru on the LT/Elephant's Head and Sterling Pond Trails. Wear sturdy boots, work clothes and gloves. Meet at MHS at 8:00 A.M.     Leader: Fred Jordan
Tue May 28
Tuesday, May 28 -- Paddle. Marshfield. Moderate. Marshfield Reservoir. Join Leaders for an early season paddle around the reservoir. Bring lunch and water. PFD required. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
May 30
May 30 -- Executive Committee meeting.   web site report
Sat Jun 1
Saturday, June 1 -- Hike. Warren/Lincoln. Difficult. Mt. Abraham. Young Adventurers Club.     Leader: Lexi Shear and Mike Wetherell.
Sun Jun 2
Sunday, June 2 -- Hike. Fayston. Moderate. 5.2 miles. Long Trail section north of Appalachian Gap to Birch Glen Shelter. Meet at MHS at 8:30 A.M.     Leader: Kathy Gohl and John Buddington.
Sat Jun 8
Saturday, June 8 -- Stratton. GMC Annual Meeting
Sat Jun 15
Saturday, June 15 -- Hike. Eden. Easy. 3.6 miles. 1320 feet climb. Mount Norris. Meet at Worcester Town Hall at 9:00 A.M.     Leader: Kathy Gohl and John Buddington.
Sun Jun 16
Sunday, June 16 -- Hike. Stowe. Moderate. 6 miles, 6 hours walking. Elephant's Head Loop. LT from Rte. 108 (near Barnes Camp) to Sterling Pond. Possible car spot up at Smugglers' Notch.     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Tue Jun 18
Tuesday, June 18 -- Bike Ride. Port Kent, NY. Moderate. Rain Date: June 25, Tuesday. 25 miles. One short, steep hill. Lake Champlain Bikeways Network. Loop from Port Kent to Peru, NY and return. From Montpelier, drive to Burlington where we leave the cars and cross Lake Champlain by ferry (fee) to Port Kent. The bike ride goes through apple-growing farmland with pastoral views. Helmet required. Bring lunch and water. Meet at Dept. of Labor parking lot next to the Montpelier bike path.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Sat Jun 22
Saturday, June 22 -- Hike. Underhill. Difficult. Rain Date: June 23, Sunday. 6.0 miles. 2,700' gain. Sunset Ridge Trail loop back to the same trailhead by following the Laura Cowles Trail.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Jun 23
Sunday, June 23 -- Hike. Windsor. Moderate. 5.4 miles. Mt. Ascutney. Hike to the summit via the Windsor Trail. Bring lunch and water. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Sat Jun 29
Saturday June 29 -- YAC Paddle at Wrightsville Reservoir     Leader: Lexi Shear
Sun Jun 30
Sunday, June 30 -- East Montpelier Trails.     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Sun Jun 30
Sunday, June 30 -- Walk. East Montpelier. Easy. 5+/- miles, with option to return along back roads. Walk along the East Montpelier Trails. Trail map at http://www.emsignpost.com/Trail%20Map-2.17.08.pdf     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Thur Jul 4
Thursday, July 4 -- Hike. Middlesex. Moderate. 6.1 miles. Mount Hunger and White Rock via Middlesex Trail. Bring lunch and water. Meet at 10:00 A.M.     Leader: George Longenecker.
Sat Jul 6
Saturday, July 6 -- Hike. Mount Hale, NH. Moderate. 6.5 +/- miles. Parking at the Hale Brook Trailhead. Hike to summit via Hale Brook Trail, then Lend-a-Hand Trail for the descent with a stop at Zealand Hut. The group returns via a short descent on the AT and out on the Zealand Trail and Zealand Road to the trailhead. Bring lunch and water. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Sat Jul 13
Saturday, July 13 -- Hike. Duxbury. Difficult. 8+/- miles round trip. Camel's Hump via the Dean Trail/LT, return via Monroe Trail. Meet at MHS at 8:00 A.M.     Leader: Fabienne "Fab" Pattison.
Sun Jul 14
Sunday, July 14 -- Hike. Killington. Moderate. 7 miles, 5 hours walking. Pico Loop. From the Inn at the Long Trail, we follow the former route of the LT south and return on the newer version of the trail.     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Sat Jul 20
Saturday, July 20 -- Hike. White Mtns., NH. Difficult. Rain Date: July 21, Sunday. 9.2 miles. Zeacliff between the notches loop. Zealand Trail, Twinway, to Zeacliff, down Ethan Pond Trail.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Jul 21
Sunday, July 21 -- Hike. Mystery Hike. Easy. To be determined closer to the date of the event.     Leader: Priscilla Daggett.
Thur Jul 25
Thursday, July 25 -- Paddle. Waterbury Reservoir. Moderate. 6 miles. Join us for a scenic afternoon/evening paddle, with optional swim, and picnic supper. PFD required. Day activity fee or Green Mountain Passport. Meet at Waterbury Center State Park.     Leader: Andrew and Reidun Nuquist. Postponed from July 23.
Sat Aug 3
Saturday, August 3 -- Hike. Mahoosuc Notch, ME. 9.4 miles. VERY DIFFICULT. Mahoosuc Notch loop. Up the Notch trail over to the Mahoosuc Arm and then down the Speck Pond Trail. Boulder scrambling, caves, long day. Will travel the night before. Lodging details to follow.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Aug 4
Sunday, August 4 -- Hike. Waterbury. Moderate. 2.5 miles. Little River State Park. Walk the History Trail or other trails in this nearby park. Longer excursions quite possible.     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Sun Aug 11
Sunday, August 11 -- Paddle. Westmore. Difficult. 10 miles. Lake Willoughby. Paddle the circumference of deep, glacial, fjord-like lake. Bring lunch and water. PFD required. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Andrew and Reidun Nuquist.
Sat Aug 17
Saturday, August 17 -- Hike. Mt. Moosilauke, NH. Difficult. 8+/- miles, round trip. Beaver Brook Trail to Summit and back. Meet at MHS at 7:30 A.M.     Leader: Fabienne "Fab" Pattison.
Sat Aug 24
Saturday, August 24 -- Hike. Mount Jefferson and Mount Adams, NH. 12.6 miles, 5,050' elevation gain. VERY DIFFICULT. Bowman loop up the Castle trail to Mt. Jefferson, then Gulfside to Thunderstorm Junction ascending Mt. Adams by Lowe's, return to Bowman by the Gulfside, Israel Ridge and Castle trails. This trip will involve an overnight somewhere due to length and travel time.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Aug 25
Sunday, August 25 -- Hike. Underhill. Moderate. 6 +/- miles. Nebraska Notch. Butler Trail to Butler Lodge. Continue up to the LT and hike to the intersection of Nebraska Notch. Return via Nebraska Notch to the parking lot. Bring lunch and water. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Wed Sep 4
Wednesday, September 4 -- Executive Committee Meeting.   Tools inventory   Tools
Sat Sep 7
Saturday, September 7 -- Information. Montpelier Farmers Market. Our section will have a GMC information table, staffed by members, at the entrance to the market. Stop by and say hello.
Sun Sep 8
Sunday, September 8 -- Paddle. Craftsbury. Easy. Big Hosmer and Little Hosmer Ponds. PDF required. Bring lunch. Call     Leader: Joan Heller.
Tue Sep 10
Tuesday, September 10 -- Bike Ride. Hardwick. Moderate. 27 miles. Rte. 14 to No. Wolcott and return on Rte. 15. Bring lunch and water. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith.
Sat Sep 14
Saturday, September 14 -- Hike. Mt. Jefferson, NH. Difficult and Challenging. Up Caps Ridge trail to summit. Mystery hike from there. May grab another presidential peak? Group decision.     Leader: Paul DeLuca.
Sun Sep 15
Sunday, September 15 -- Hike. Barton. Moderate. 9-10 miles. 1,500' elevation gain. Moose Mountain Trail on Wheeler Mountain Rd to Mt. Hor. Depending on route, car spot may be needed. Bring lunch.     Leader: Kevin Ryan.
Sun Sep 15
Sunday, September 15 -- Walk. East Montpelier. Easy. 1-2 miles. Walk to Mallory Brook. Young Adventurers Club. Meet at 10:00 A.M..     Leader: Mike Wetherell.
Sat Sep 21
Saturday, September 21 -- Hike. Windsor. Moderate. 5.4 miles. Mt. Ascutney. Hike to the summit via the Windsor Trail. Bring lunch and water. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Sun Sep 22
Sunday, September 22 -- Hike. Plainfield. Moderate. 4.5 miles. A family-friendly walk up Spruce Mountain to the fire tower. Will the fall colors be out yet?     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Tue Sep 24
Tuesday, September 24 -- Bike Ride. So. Hero. Moderate. 25+/- miles. Champlain Islands. Bring lunch and water. Helmet required.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith.
Sat Sep 28
Saturday, September 28 -- GMC Volunteers Picnic. Fred and Nancy Jordan named Volunteer of the Year.
Sat Sep 28
Saturday, September 28 -- Hike. Fayston. Difficult. 5.2 miles round trip. Burnt Rock via the Hedgehog Brook Trail and Long Trail. Bring lunch, water, and rain gear.     Leader: George Longenecker and Cynthia Martin.
Sun Sep 29
Sunday, September 29 -- Paddle. Johnson. Moderate. 3-4 miles. Lamoille River. Easy rapids and calm water. PFD required. Bring lunch.     Leader: Fred Jordan.
Sat Oct 5
Saturday, October 5 -- Paddle. Marshfield. Moderate. 3-4 miles. Marshfield Reservoir. PDF required. Bring lunch.     Leader: Joan Heller.
Sun Oct 6
Sunday, October 6 -- Hike. Duxbury. Moderate-Difficult. Approx. 7 miles. Climb the 4,083' iconic Camel's Hump from Couching Lion Farm via the Monroe, Alpine, and Long Trails, returning via the LT and Monroe. Bring water, lunch, and clothing for wind and rain protection. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Tue Oct 8
Tuesday, October 8 -- Hike. Washington. Easy-Moderate. 2 hour poetry hike. On private land; crosses hayfields, through woods, high meadows with views from Killington to Mansfield. Half hour of silence. Wear hiking boots and bring a favorite nature/environment-type poem to read.     Leader: George Plumb.
Sat Oct 12
Saturday, October 12 -- Hike. Orford, NH. Moderate-Difficult. 6 mile round trip. Hike up Mt. Cube via the Rivendell Trail; descend by the Appalachian Trail.     Leader: Steve Lightholder.
Sun Oct 13
Sunday, October 13 -- Hike. Plainfield. Moderate. 4.5 miles. A family-friendly walk up Spruce Mountain to the fire tower. Will the fall colors still be out?     Leader: Ken Hertz.
Sun Oct 13
Sunday, October 13 -- Hike. Middlesex. Moderate. 3-4 miles. White Rocks. Young Adventurers Club. Meet at 10:00 A.M.     Leader: Shawn Keeley.
Tue Oct 15
Tuesday, October 15 -- Bike Ride. Stowe. Moderate. 20-25 miles. Stowe through Morrisville and return on Randolph Road. Bring lunch and water or buy lunch in Morrisville.     Leader: Mary Garcia and Mary Smith.
Sat Oct 19
Saturday, October 19 -- Hike. Eden. Moderate. 6+/- miles round trip. Hike the LT south from VT 118 to Devil's Gulch, then on to Spruce Ledge Camp for lunch. Return via the Babcock Trail. Bring lunch.     Leader: John Buddington and Kathy Gohl.
Sat Oct 26
Saturday, October 26 -- Work Hike. Smugglers' Notch. All abilities. Various distances. Fall walk-thru on the LT/Elephant's Head and Sterling Pond Trails. Wear sturdy boots, work clothes and gloves. Meet at MHS at 8:00 A.M.     Leader: Fred Jordan.
Sun Oct 27
Sunday, October 27 -- Hike. Berlin. Moderate. 7-8 miles. Bushwhack from Irish Hill in Berlin to Paine Mountain in Northfield. Car spotting involved.     Leader: Phyllis Rubenstein.
Sat Nov 2
Saturday, November 2 -- Work Hike. Duxbury. All abilities. 3-4 miles round trip. Fall walk-thru on the LT to Bamforth Ridge Shelter. Bring lunch. Wear sturdy boots, work clothes and gloves. Meet at MHS at 8:00 A.M.     Leader: Fred Jordan.
Sat Nov 9
Saturday, November 9 -- Hike. Johnson. Moderate. 6 mile round trip. Hike the Long Trail from Rte. 15 across the suspension bridge, up Prospect Rock to Round Top, and return. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Steve Lightholder.
Sat Nov 9
Saturday, November 9 -- Bike Ride. Location To Be Determined. Moderate. 4-5 miles. Young Adventurers Club. Meet at 10:00 A.M.     Leader: Matt Krebs,.
Sun Nov 10
Sunday, November 10 -- Hike. Montpelier. Easy. 4+/- miles. Explore North Branch Park from the river to Sparrow Farm, including a new interpretive trail along the North Branch. Meet at the Elm Street parking lot, between the swimming pool and tennis courts.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Sun Nov 10
Sunday, November 10 -- Hike. Montpelier. Easy. 1-2 miles. Short fall hike. Young Adventurers Club. Meet at 10:00 A.M.     Leader: Gretchen Elias.
Sat Nov 16
Saturday, November 16 -- Other. Rifle Deer Season Begins. Vermont's 2013 Rifle Deer Season runs from Nov. 16 to Dec. 1.
Sun Nov 17
Sunday, November 17 -- Hike. Shelburne. Easy. 7+/- miles. Enjoy the fields, woods, and views of Lake Champlain on the grounds of historic Shelburne Farms. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Sun Nov 24
Sunday, November 24 -- Walk. Burlington. Easy. 10 miles round trip. Burlington Bike Path. From Echo Center to the Colchester municipal line across the Winooski River Bridge and return.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Dec 12
December 12 -- Executive Committee meeting
Fri Dec 6
Friday, December 6 -- Hike. Elmore. Moderate. 3.5+/- miles. Hike or Snowshoe the Elmore loop trail.     Leader: Kathy Gohl and John Buddington.
Sun Dec 8
Sunday, December 8 -- Snowshoe. Woodstock. Moderate. 7.6 miles. Snowshoe or Hike to Winturri Shelter via the Appalachian Trail. Bring lunch and water. Meet at MHS.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Tue Dec 10
Tuesday, December 10 -- Walk. Calais. Easy-Moderate. 5+/- miles. We will walk a scenic loop in the Robinson Cemetery-Maple Corner neighborhood. Bring water and snack. Meet behind the Dept. of Labor, by the Montpelier bike path.     Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist.
Sat Dec 14
Saturday, December 14 -- Walk. Barre City. Easy. 2 miles. Young Adventurers Club.     Leader: Mike Wetherell.
Sun Dec 15
Sunday, December 15 -- Snowshoe. Lemington, VT. Moderate. 5+/- miles. Snowshoe or hike Mt. Monadnock. The mountaintop features a recently rebuilt observation tower with excellent views east into the northern White Mountains and north into Canada. Bring food, liquid, and dress for winter outing.     Leader: Michael Chernick.
Sat Dec 21
Saturday, December 21 -- Snowshoe. Fayston. Moderate. 4+/- miles. Snowshoe or Hike, depending on snow depth. Explore the new Hemlock Hill Trail into the Phen Basin wilderness.     Leader: Steve Lightholder.

Montpelier Section reports in the 2014 Long Trail News

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