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Events and reports for 2019

Montpelier Section reports in the 2019 Long Trail News
Sat Jan 5
January 5, Saturday - Cross-country Ski. Bolton. Easy. Various distances. All abilities. Bolton Touring Center. Trail fee. Bring lunch and water.     Leaders: Mary Smith and Mary Garcia.
Wed Jan 9
January 9, Wednesday - Meeting. Middlesex. Executive Committee regular quarterly meeting. Members are welcome. 7:00 P.M. You may bring a dessert to share.
Sat Jan 12
January 12, Saturday - Hike. Huntington. 4.8 miles. Moderate to Difficult. Camel's Hump via Burrows Trail. Start at the Burrows trail-head in Huntington and hike up to Camel's Hump, returning on the same trail. We will use snowshoes or microspikes depending upon conditions.     Leaders: Steve and Heather Bailey.
Sun Jan 13
January 13, Sunday - Cross-country Ski. Craftsbury. Moderate. 6-10 miles. Moderate Pace and Terrain. Cross-country Ski the leader's favorite trails at Craftsbury Touring Center. Experience required. Cross-country (classic or skate) skis required or may be rented at the Center. Bring water, snacks, and lunch or purchase at the Center. Trail fee or pass required.     Leader: Phyllis Rubenstein.
Thu Jan 17
January 17, Thursday - Meeting. Montpelier. Membership Meeting. T.W. Wood Gallery, 7:00 P.M., "Hiking off the Beaten Path".
Sun Jan 27
January 27, Sunday - Hike. Stowe. Moderate. 3.2 or 4.0 miles. Taylor Lodge from Lake Mansfield. Hike to Taylor lodge (3.2 miles), and if conditions are good, we will do the Clara Bow loop (0.8 miles) as well. Snowshoes or microspikes depending upon conditions.     Leaders: Steve and Heather Bailey.
Tue Jan 29
January 29, Tuesday - Cross-country Ski. Stowe. Moderate. Ski from Stowe Mountain Resort to Trapps cabin. Trail fee. Bring lunch and water or buy at cabin.     Leaders: Mary Smith and Mary Garcia.
Wed Jan 30
January 30, Wednesday - Cross-country Ski. Stowe. 6 miles. Moderate to Difficult. Barnes Camp over Smugglers' Notch on the highway to Jeffersonville. Metal edged skis are not required, but helpful if the snow is hard packed.     Leaders: Steve and Heather Bailey.
Wed Feb 13
February 13, Wednesday - Cross-country Ski. Craftsbury. Moderate. Various distances. All abilities. Craftsbury Touring Center. Trail fee or pass required. Bring lunch and water or buy at the center.     Leaders: Mary Smith and Mary Garcia.
Sat Feb 16
February 16, Saturday - Snowshoe. Waterville. Moderate. 4 miles. Laraway Mountain via LT. From the Codding Hollow trailhead we'll snowshoe to the ice formations, and on to the Lamoille Valley overview, returning the same way. Crampons may be preferable depending on trail conditions.     Leader: Morgan Irons.
Sat Feb 23
February 23, Saturday - Snowshoe. Waterbury. Moderate. 4 miles. Little River State Park. Bring drink and snacks.     Leaders: George Longenecker and Cynthia Martin.

Montpelier Section reports in the 2020 Long Trail News

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