Green Mountain Club
Montpelier Section

Reports for events in 2004

Date Report? Description of the event
Sat Jan 03
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A forecast of rain dampened the enthusiasm of those who called to enquire about this "Saturday Snow Surprise". The rain ended in the morning, leaving...
Tue Jan 06
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Tuesday, January 6 -- Planning meeting Host: Ken Hertz
Sat Jan 10
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Saturday, January 10 -- Cross-Country Ski/Snowshoe/Hike. Annual Chili Party at Beaver Meadow Lodge. Morristown. 5 miles. Moderate. Please bring your own...
Sun Jan 11
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Sunday, January 11 -- Snowshoe in Maple Corner area Leader: Joan Heller
Tue Jan 13
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Tuesday, January 13 -- Executive Committee meeting Host: Allen Jacobs
Wed Jan 14
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Wednesday, January 14 -- Fiftieth anniversary meeting Host: Thomas Weiss
Sat Jan 17
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The Trapp Family Lodge was the destination I selected for this mystery snow surprise. I had noticed that members of the Sierra Club could ski on this...
Sun Jan 18
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Sunday, January 18 -- Snowshoe. Butler Lodge Trail from Stevensville to Long Trail to Nebraska Notch Trail. 5 miles. Difficult with moderate pace. Leader:...
Wed Jan 21
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The trip was cancelled because of very cold weather and inquiries from only two people that were possibly interested in doing the trip. Mary Garcia
Sat Jan 24
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Saturday, January 24 -- Snow Surprise. Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sun Jan 25
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On January 25, 2004, John G., Paul D., Jay M., and I hiked up the Long Trail from Rt 108 to the Chin on Mt. Mansfield. This usually difficult route was...
Tue Jan 27
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What good timing. Seven skiers enjoyed almost balmy temperatures for our afternoon exploration of the new trails across from Morse Farm. After many days of...
Sat Jan 31
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In the face of a howling wind and zero degree temperature we set off up the unplowed Route 108 into the Notch. Who should we meet coming out but Ken H and his...
Sun Feb 01
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With sunshine and food, fun things happen. Following a month of bitterly cold days, Februarys first day blessed us with sunshine and mild temperatures (in the...
Sat Feb 07
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It was a beautiful winter day with warm temperatures and great skiing conditions. We skied Race Loop 5.5k in the morning and Ruthie's Run and Ruthie's Run...
Sun Feb 08
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Sun Feb 08 2004 Cross-Country Ski Stowe Mtn Resort Touring Center by Leader: Andrew
Sat Feb 14
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I was asked to be the substitute leader on this mystery ski. Fortunately, the weather gods blessed the day with temperatures in the high 20s and no wind. Kay M...
Sun Feb 15
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Sunday, February 15 -- Snowshoe. Couching Lion parking lot via Monroe and Dean Trails to Montclair Glen Lodge with loop on Allis Trail. 6+/- miles....
Sat Feb 21
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Sat Feb 21 2004 Snowshoe Mansfield Forehead via Butler Lodge Trail Wampahoofus by Leader: Ed
Sun Feb 22
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Everyone looks forward to the annual ski and dinner at Highland Lodge. Unlike some other years, the weather cooperated fully. There was new snow and the...
Sat Feb 28
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Better weather than what we had on this outing is hard to find. Joanne R, Thomas W, Kay M, and I were fortunate to have brilliant sunshine throughout our...
Sun Feb 29
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Sun Feb 29 2004 Cross-Country Ski Trapp Family Lodge Ski Center by Leader: Marilyn and Bob Wilson Leader: Marilyn and Bob Wilson
Sat Mar 06
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The lack of snow for many weeks, the recent warm weather and rain created ground conditions that were poor for back country skiing. The trips location was...
Sat Mar 13
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Saturday, March 13 -- Snowshoe. White Rocks via the Middlesex Trail. 5 miles. Moderate. Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sun Mar 14
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Sunday, March 14 -- Snowshoe. Mt. Elmore. To chimney overlook. 4 miles. Moderate. Leader: Michael Chernick
Fri Mar 19
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Friday, March 19 -- James P. Taylor Winter Series, Noble Hall, Vermont College, Montpelier. See page 1 of Trail Talk for details.
Sat Mar 20
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Todays trip had been scheduled originally for Little River State Park but lack of snow in recent weeks combined with warm temperatures made that destination a...
Sun Mar 21
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Sunday, March 21 -- Snowshoe. Rte. 12, Woodstock, to Winturri Shelter. Moderate. Approximately 8 miles. Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Mar 27
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Saturday morning dawned dark and misty. Who would want to go up the mountain with me on a day like that? Nancy S, thats who. So off we went up the toll road....
Sun Mar 28
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A total of seven people (but no dogs) participated in this hike. We enjoyed an absolutely gorgeous, clear spring day, with temperatures approaching 60 degrees....
Fri Apr 02
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Section Annual Meeting, at Christ Church
Sat Apr 03
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Saturday, April 3 -- Snowshoe. Loop from Underhill State Park involving various trails. Difficult. Approximately 6 hrs. on trails. Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat Apr 10
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This was a day in Groton State Forest that couldn't decide whether to be winter or spring, and accordingly we couldn't decide whether to wear snowshoes or...
Sun Apr 11
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Eight people participated in this walk along the Stowe Rec Path. We started at the parking lot on Luce Hill Road and walked down to the Village, where we...
Tue Apr 13
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Minutes of the meeting.
Sat Apr 17
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This ride was pretty well attended [9 people, including trip leader.] Temperatures were in the 60s. Several participants expressed that since it was their...
Sun Apr 18
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[13 people plus 2 dogs!] We were newcomers to Fuller Hill in Warren, and were impressed with the sweeping and constantly changing views. In the foreground were...
Sat Apr 24
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Ten of us gathered on a cool and windy "Spring" day to work on the East Montpelier trail South of Templeton Road. This middle section of the trail goes South...
Sat May 01
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It was almost 80 degrees on May 1 when eight GMCers walked on roads in Chelsea. We left the South Common, walked up Maple Avenue to the snow machine trail and...
Sun May 02
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Wildflower hike on Snake Mountain in Addison,VT: We hit it just right the best display of Trillium wild flowers I have ever seen in the last 10 years! The...
Thu May 06
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This was our third annual work day for the Montpelier parks, and for the first time the sun was shining. It was a beautiful, warm spring day. We met Geoff...
Sat May 08
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Saturday, May 8 -- Bike for Brunch. Approximately 26 miles. Cycle to Red Kettle Restaurant in Northfield (breakfast and lunch options) and return. Helmet...
Sun May 09
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Sunday, May 9 -- Afternoon Mystery Pond Paddle. Approximately 3 hours on water. Moderate. PFD required. Leader: Nancy Schulz
Sat May 15
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This is the Spring work hike up Camels Hump for the Section. We had a great turnout of 13 people! Andy and Reidun had done a walk-through before hand, so we...
Sun May 16
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This hike was to look for flowers at the top of Lincoln Gap, where we found an unique colored Trillium which we named a special specie name in honor of the...
Sat May 22
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This was the Section's Spring work hike in Smuggler's Notch. While waiting at the Montpelier High School parking lot the rain came down hard and the few hardy...
Sat May 29
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When Rick M's helmet blew down the driveway at Montpelier High School, we got a glimpse of what we would be facing throughout the day. Indeed, the winds were...
Sun May 30
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Sunday, May 30 -- Hike. Little River State Park, Waterbury. 10 miles. Moderate. Admission Fee. Leader: Thomas Weiss
Mon May 31
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This trip is ride number 30, page 165, from the 1997 edition of Short Bike Rides in Vermont by Sandy Duling. Rural, scenic landscape and a beautiful day. Well...
Sat Jun 05
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An absolutely perfect day for outdoor pursuits meant that Priscilla C, Steve L, and I had great conditions for the bike ride to Warren. Priscilla met me at...
Sat Jun 05
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Despite forecasts of rain for both days, three of us journeyed to North Adams, MA for the AT approach to the LT, which begins along city streets. It felt...
Sun Jun 06
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This special work hike was for the Section to work on Sterling Pond Shelter and surroundings. We had 10 regular Section members, two from the GMC Headquarters...
Mon Jun 07
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Fourteen of us gathered for a walk on the trails and dirt roads of East Montpelier. The weather was lovely. Most of the group was women and nearly half the...
Wed Jun 09
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Wednesday, June 9 -- Evening Bike Ride. Loop from Montpelier through Maple Corner. Rolling hills, paved roads except for 2.5 miles. 23 miles. Moderate....
Sun Jun 13
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Mary Slater is a hero! On this sparsely attended (2 of us including the leader) bike ride from Plainfield village to Orange and back, the leader suffered a...
Mon Jun 14
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Four women and three men decided to spend a warm June evening traipsing around Montpelier and East Montpelier with me. The eight of us gathered at the base of...
Tue Jun 15
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Tuesday, June 15 -- Leaders' Walk in the Park. A walking workshop for new and experienced leaders, and those just curious. Share, review and learn good...
Sat Jun 19
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Six bike riders left the Grand Union in Hardwick to bike through Greensboro, East Craftsbury and return to Hardwick. Rain was predicted, but the weather seemed...
Sat Jun 19
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Ken, Charlene and Hal met at MHS and drove down to Appalachian Gap. Several people who had called to express interest in the trip did not show up, apparently...
Sun Jun 20
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A truly beautiful day in Smuggler's Notch!! Two members met the leader at the height-of-land and proceeded to repair, reconstruct, and generally improve the...
Mon Jun 21
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One veteran, one newcomer and I headed up the Middlesex Trail at 5:30 P.M. (It's interesting to be able to start a trip at a time that would be out of the...
Tue Jun 22
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Tuesday, June 22 -- Paddle. Shelburne Pond. 450 acres, surrounded by cliffs and ferns. Easy/Moderate. PFD required. Leader: Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Jun 26
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Saturday, June 26 -- Bridge Work over Lamoille River, Rte. 15, Johnson. 5 miles round trip. Help GMC staff build 135' suspension bridge over river as part...
Sat Jun 26
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Time: 9 hours Paul D. and I did the Mansfield Rock Circuit in chilly weather that threatened rain. We stayed dry, and toward mid-afternoon, started seeing...
Sun Jun 27
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Eight of us paddled the circumference of Caspian Lake. We had the whole lake pretty much to ourselves, except for a couple of loons and a mother merganser and...
Mon Jun 28
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I was surprised by the amount of interest in this trip. Nine hikers showed up at the meeting place and many are new to the GMC. Apparently, the combination of...
Sun Jul 04
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On a warm July Sunday, six of us a walked/waded in the Waterbury Reservoir instead of attending the Moscow July 4th parade. We started from what was once the...
Mon Jul 05
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Monday, July 5 -- Hike. Camel's Hump via Bamforth Ridge. Descend to Couching Lion Farm. 9+/- miles. Difficult. Car spotting required. Meet at 8:30 A.M....
Sat Jul 10
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We put into the Otter Creek below the falls at Vergennes: nine people and one dog in eight boats. We paddled past good-sized sailboats tied up in the village,...
Sat Jul 10
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Three of us completed this difficult 24-mile backpacking trip. At the meeting spot, a strikingly beautiful scarlet tanager greeted us. We climbed Stratton...
Sun Jul 11
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A bright, pleasantly warm summer day was the backdrop for this ride. Six cyclists departed from Route 100 in Duxbury - four via the dirt of River Road and two...
Mon Jul 12
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Rain threatened -- and then arrived -- as eight of us gathered in Elmore State Park. All participants wanted to forge ahead. A nice rain fell throughout the...
Wed Jul 14
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Minutes of the meeting.
Sat Jul 17
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This was the third year for the Elmore Extravaganza. And once again rain threatened but didn't fall during any stages of the weekend. Ruck M and Jill A biked...
Sun Jul 18
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Sunday, July 18 -- Elmore Extravaganza, Part II. Meet at Elmore State Park bathhouse at 11:00 A.M. for leisurely paddle around lake perimeter. PFD required....
Mon Jul 19
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Very enjoyable trip. Let's do it again next year! George Plumb
Sat Jul 24
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There were only three of us to do this short loop in East Montpelier. It was a beautiful day for biking. We started at the East Montpelier Elementary School...
Sat Jul 24
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Despite delightful temperatures and a drop in humidity, this ride attracted no participants. The fact the section offered five outings this weekend was...
Sun Jul 25
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Three Section members and one non-member participated. The Route was: Pinkham visitor center to Summit via Tuckerman, Huntington Ravine, Alpine Garden, Lions...
Sun Jul 25
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A fine day for being outdoors! The rain took a break, and the temperature range was a comfortable 65-70. The four of us (Mary from Burlington, Mary from...
Mon Jul 26
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Monday, July 26 -- North Branch trails. Easy. Fun for children over 6 years old. Leader: Fred Jordan
Wed Jul 28
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Wednesday, July 28 -- Bike and Cookout. Bike to Worcester and enjoy a cookout by the North Branch River. 15+/- miles. Moderate. Leader: George Plumb
Fri Jul 30
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Friday, July 30 -- Volunteers needed to prepare foundation for replacement of Rolston Rest Shelter on LT, north of Rte. 4 (Sherburne Pass). Volunteers...
Sat Jul 31
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Six of us walked the North Branch Nature Trails with naturalist Susan Sawyer. Undeterred by early morning showers, overcast skies and high humidity, we learned...
Sat Jul 31
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Six of us walked the North Branch Nature Trails with naturalist Susan Sawyer. Undeterred by early morning showers, overcast skies and high humidity, we learned...
Mon Aug 02
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This Monday hike started at the Long Trail parking area on Duxbury Road as part of a pleasant summer afternoon. Four of us, and one dog, dissipated some...
Sat Aug 07
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August 7, 2004 Hike - Groton State Forest This was a day in which the weather steadily improved, contrary to the weather forecast. Twelve hikers set out...
Sun Aug 08
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Sunday, August 8 -- Hike. Worth Mtn. (Middlebury Gap), followed by picnic and swim at Lake Pleiad. 6 miles. Moderate. Leader: Thomas Weiss
Mon Aug 09
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Monday, August 9th The group, consisting of Sally S., her son John S., Steve L., Edward K., Fred and Nancy J., met at noon at the Wayside Picnic Area, 5 miles...
Mon Aug 09
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Ten people and one dog participated in the walk around Berlin Pond. After much rain, threats of rain and unseasonably cool weather, it was great to have a day...
Sat Aug 14
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We lucked out with a fine summer day for a bike ride. Ten of us had similar thoughts and met at the green in Bristol. After a group photo we set off, soon...
Sat Aug 14
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The weather gods smiled on us this day, one of the few rain-free days of early August. The four of us drove from the MHS parking lot to Plainfield and then out...
Sun Aug 15
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Nine of us, including two members of the Worcester Section, enjoyed a fine summer's day on Lake Willoughby, Vermont's only 'fjord'. We paddled around the lake,...
Mon Aug 16
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A flurry of phone calls in advance resulted in two individuals showing up to hike Paine Mountain. The others perhaps were put off by the possibility of rain....
Sat Aug 21
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Scouting trip The hike is number 43 in 50 Hikes in Vermont. Hiking time was about 3 hours, driving time from Montpelier about 1 1/2 hours (via Rte 12 to...
Sun Aug 22
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Outstanding weather contributed significantly to the enjoyment of this trip. Three of the members of today's party departed from Montpelier and linked up with...
Mon Aug 23
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Monday, August 23 -- Wildflower Walk. Montpelier Hubbard Park. 2 miles. Easy. Leader: Thomas Weiss
Tue Aug 24
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By parking in Enosburg Falls and pedaling round-trip to Richford, we avoided having to spot cars and enjoyed the pleasant twenty-mile ride through rural...
Sat Aug 28
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On a hot and humid day at the end of August, two of us went to Manchester to climb Mt. Equinox. The Equinox Preservation Trust has a network of trails at the...
Sat Aug 28
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Despite a forecast calling for thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday, one brave trip participant decided to go for it. We started out at a brisk...
Sat Aug 28
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The day was hot and humid; however, five of us enjoyed the trip to Middlesex. We took our time and drank plenty of water. There was a cool breeze most of the...
Sun Aug 29
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Emily B, and I started on a hot, humid day threatening rain (as expected for summer '04) from the parking area reserved for common people near the Mansfield...
Mon Aug 30
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The hike was scheduled as Trails in Orange but Due to the forecast of thunder, lightning, and heavy rain (and considering that the weather of the prior two...
Sat Sep 04
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Ed L, Paul D, & Theresa S got an early (8:30) start at the Appalachia Parking lot on Rt 16, taking the Airline trail all the way to the summit of Mt Adams....
Mon Sep 06
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I'm so glad that George P called me and expressed interest in doing this ride! If he hadn't called, I doubt that I would have done it by myself. As it turned...
Sat Sep 11
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We reached our original destination, Goddard Shelter, in good time and it would have made a nice place to overnight because it was pleasantly situated in a...
Sat Sep 11
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September 11, 2004 was bright and sunny. A perfect day for a trip to the White Mountains. Three of us set out to climb Mt. Tripyramid. We parked along the...
Mon Sep 13
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Monday, September 13 -- Hike. Mt. Elmore to Foundation. 3.8 miles (option to Fire Tower, 4.2 miles) Easy to Moderate. Good for children. Small fee for park...
Sat Sep 18
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Last night's rain was ending as we departed Montpelier, and the clouds started to lift as we drove up Camel's Hump Road in Huntington Center. We had visions of...
Sun Sep 19
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Ok, so it was overcast. OK, so it was windy. OK, so it was kind of cold. This is Vermont! What do you expect? It was great weather for hill climbing and...
Mon Sep 20
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Monday, September 20 -- Hike. Spruce Mtn., Plainfield. 3 miles. Moderate. Bring Flashlight. Leader: Steve Lightholder
Tue Sep 21
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We had five participants on this bike ride. It was a beautiful fall day for biking. The ride was all up hill to Barnard, however, it was gradual and no one...
Sat Sep 25
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A delightful day and a delightful small group. Two members were joined by two non-members. Our abilities were very well matched, and it was nice to have lots...
Sat Sep 25
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A balmy day in the Northeast Kingdom greeted our group of thirteen hikers. It turned out that this outing had been scheduled for the same day as the Burke...
Sun Sep 26
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Today dawned cool and crisp with a morning mist that the sun broke through before 9:00. Anne F and I met Bob S at the Wheeler Mountain trailhead just after 10...
Mon Sep 27
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Good trip. We started at the State House, climbed the trail up to the Hubbard Park tower, then walked over to the cemetery. The foliage would be better a week...
Fri Oct 01
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Our Montpelier Section weekend at Wheeler Pond Camps was our section's introduction to the camps, generously donated to the GMC last fall by Chris Hadsel and...
Sat Oct 02
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The hike was cancelled due to non-attendance. Scouting Hike Thursday September 2 Trip time (return to Montpelier) was 10 hours. Driving: The Hedgehog Brook...
Sun Oct 03
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It was a perfect autumn day, with clear skies and beautiful foliage. We couldn't have picked a better day for a walk in the woods. It was chilly in the shade,...
Mon Oct 04
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Monday, October 4 -- Educational Hike at Chickering Bog. Learn about a natural asset in Central VT. 3 miles. Easy. Leader: Thomas Weiss
Tue Oct 05
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Tuesday, October 5 -- Membership/Planning meeting Host: Jill Aspinall
Sat Oct 09
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Two of the individuals who had intended to come on this outing were thwarted by the disappearance of their car. The driver called me in the morning and...
Sat Oct 09
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The day was overcast but warm for October. The foliage was a nice addition to our ride although the colors didn't seem as vivid as we thought they should be...
Sun Oct 10
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Sunday, October 10 -- Hike. Morristown. Morse Mtn. loop. 8 miles. Difficult. Leader: Thomas Weiss Sunday, October 10 -- Potluck supper and cross-country ski...
Mon Oct 11
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Monday, October 11 -- Hike to Prospect Rock on the LT north of the Lamoille River. Lunch "on the rock." 3.4 miles. Easy. Leader: Priscilla Daggett
Wed Oct 13
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Minutes of the meeting.
Sat Oct 16
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The trail was wet and slippery in spots, but traction on the over 90% of the rock surfaces was good. OK, this trail may a bit more than moderately difficult in...
Sun Oct 17
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Sunday, October 17 -- Canoe/kayak Green River Reservoir Leader: Joan Heller
Mon Oct 18
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Monday, October 18 -- Evening Walk. Montpelier. 3 miles. Easy. Bring headlamp or flashlight. Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sat Oct 23
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I received two calls in advance for this outing: One from a woman who didn't own her own boat and one from a kayaker who lives in Hanover, NH. I frankly told...
Sun Oct 24
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Sunday, October 24 -- Bike Ride. Worcester to Lake Elmore and return. 26 miles. Moderate. Leader: Jill Aspinall
Mon Oct 25
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A beautiful sunset was one of the rewards that we walkers received for our exploration of Barre's hills. We set out shortly after five and kept a brisk pace...
Sat Oct 30
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Sunday, October 30, 2004, was a dark rainy morning as people collected at the Montpelier High School parking lot. There was some discussion of canceling but I...
Sun Oct 31
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Mary G and I logged 15 miles before rain forced us to abort. The afternoon was warm and windy, and, unfortunately, wet. I look forward to leading a cemetery...
Mon Nov 01
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Monday, November 1 -- Fitness Walk. Hills of Montpelier. 4+/- miles. Moderate. Bring headlamp or flashlight. Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat Nov 06
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On Sunday, November 6, 2004, we were fortunate to have partly clear skies with out rain or snow this late in the season. Most of the volunteers arrived at the...
Mon Nov 08
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November 8, 2004 - Manny and I led a walk in downtown Montpelier. We had four others joined us on this venture. We did some hills. We enjoyed the view of the...
Sat Nov 13
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Saturday, November 13 -- Hike/Snowshoe. Moscow. Cotton Brook. 6-11 miles - depends on group size/interest. Moderate. Hike a logging road/snowmobile trails...
Sun Nov 14
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Eight people and two dogs enjoyed a two-hour road walk on the second day of (rifle) deer hunting season. We started at one in the afternoon, so the deer and...
Mon Nov 15
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Monday, November 15 -- Walk. Montpelier. 3 miles. Easy. Bring headlamp or flashlight. Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sun Nov 21
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Five walkers donned some orange and set out on a route that began and ended (appropriately) in Orange. We began on Emery Road, continued to Woodchuck Hollow,...
Mon Nov 22
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Bridges. They are the key to transportation in any city built around rivers. The cities either have easy traffic flow (pedestrian, bicycle and automotive), or...
Sat Nov 27
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Ken H, Steve L and I drove to Waitsfield, put on our orange attire, and started the "Turkey Burner" stride of the Fayston hills. We benefited from a complete...
Sun Nov 28
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Sunday, November 28 -- Annual Walking Tour. Burlington. Intervale and North End area. 10 miles. Moderate. Eat lunch in transit; bring money for dinner at a...
Mon Nov 29
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Monday, November 29 -- East Montpelier. Moonlight Landscape Walk. 5-6 miles. Moderate. Bring flashlight. Leader: Sylvia Plumb
Sat Dec 04
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Five section members and friends took time off during a busy month to join us on a walk that was new to us. (We had driven it the week before to check it out.)...
Sun Dec 05
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Sunday, December 5 -- Orientation Snowshoe Hike for New (and Not-So-New) leader. Hike to Weissner Woods, Stowe. Easy. Optional ski poles, water, and snacks....
Sat Dec 11
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Saturday, December 11 -- Skate Ski. Ole's Ski Center, Warren. Various Distances. All abilities. Trail Fee. Rentals available. Classical skiers also welcome....
Sun Dec 12
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Sunday, December 12 -- Snowshoe Hike. Woodstock. Rte. 12 to Winturri Shelter. 8+/- miles. Moderate/Difficult. Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Dec 18
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Saturday, December 18 -- Hike or Snowshoe. Around Kettle Pond, Groton State Forest. 3 miles. Easy. Bring cookies to share. Leader: Steve Lightholder...
Sun Dec 19
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As snow has been a rarity this winter, we didn't need snowshoes on this trip up Paine Mountain. Our group of five managed the packed surface with hiking boots...
Wed Dec 22
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The rain was a factor, I believe, in the low turnout for this tour of holiday lights my moonlight. Anne F and I took to the streets and admired the seasonal...
Sun Dec 26
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A little cloudy with occasional sun. The usual suspects showed up: Ed L & Paul D. I had been hoping for an icy surface to get some crampon practice in...
Mon Dec 27
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Monday, December 27 -- Cross-Country Ski/Snowshoe under the lights. Catamount Family Center, Williston. All abilities. Fee: $7.00. Rentals available. Bring...
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