Green Mountain Club
Montpelier Section

Reports for events in 2005

Date Report? Description of the event
Sat Jan 01
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I was pleased that Bob C traveled all the way from Swanton for the first of the 50/50 outings. Bob, Bill C, Charlene B, and Eric Y joined me for the launch of...
Sun Jan 02
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We had an interesting and diverse group this day: Dave B and Carol D, section members; Patrick B, former member of the Vt National Guard Mountain Division and...
Sat Jan 08
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Saturday, January 8 -- GMC Snowshoe Festival, Waterbury Center.
Sun Jan 09
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Sunday, January 9 -- Snowshoe. Taylor Lodge from Trout Club, Moscow. 3.5 miles. Moderate. Bring lunch. Leader: Michael Chernick
Tue Jan 11
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Minutes of the meeting.
Sat Jan 15
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The skimpy amount of snowfall this winter didn't affect the mood of the party of snowshoers. Paul, Matt, Ed and I enjoyed the bright sunshine, the lack of...
Sat Jan 15
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A X-C skier's dream. A crisp, sunny day with about 5" of powder on some of the side trails that we skied on. The trees were ladened with snow and the water...
Sun Jan 16
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Sunday, January 16 -- Snowshoe. Spruce Mtn., Plainfield. 4.4 miles. Moderate. Bring lunch. Leader: Charlene Bohl
Fri Jan 21
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Friday, January 21 -- James P. Taylor Winter Series. Speakers: Dave Blumenthal and Lexi Shear. 7:00 P.M. Contact: Jill Aspinall
Sat Jan 22
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Saturday, January 22, 2005 started out as very cold at -17 degrees in Montpelier at 6 am; by the time we reached the base lodge at Mad River Glen Ski Area it...
Sun Jan 23
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No show. Most likely due to the extreme cold on morning of the trip. The sky was blue and ground conditions would have been favorable. Alas! Nancy Schulz
Mon Jan 24
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It was a delightful night to be out: approximately 20 degrees and calm. I was surprised, therefore, that this trip (50/50 #4) didn't attract a larger crowd....
Sat Jan 29
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On a bright winter's day four of us hiked through Groton State Forest. There was just enough snow to use snowshoes and the 20 degree temperature seemed just...
Sat Jan 29
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After the recent wave of extreme cold, I hoped that today's forecast would draw people out. It was a sunny, calm day with temperatures predicted to rise above...
Sun Jan 30
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Sunday, January 30 -- Snowshoe. Mansfield chin via Long Trail (Rte. 108). 8 miles. Difficult. Snowshoes required; Crampons usually needed for this hike....
Tue Feb 01
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Nine of us showed up to ski at our local ski touring center where the snow cover was moderate and the trails relatively hard. But we had a good time anyway. In...
Sat Feb 05
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Perhaps due to the long stretch of snowless days, Brian M was the only skier to join me on this sunny, calm, warm, wonderful day. The Eagle Ledge loop...
Sun Feb 06
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February 6, 2005 Ski Trip to Hazen's Notch Association It had long been a goal of mine to ski at the Hazen's Notch Association. Over the years I had heard...
Sun Feb 06
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Monroe, Alpine, and Long Trails This was early spring hiking at its best! The snow was solid and compact and offered good traction, it was clear, sunny, and...
Mon Feb 07
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A fading sun glittered off low-hanging clouds and the peaks surrounding Nebraska Notch as our party of five departed from the Cottonbook parking lot for a...
Sat Feb 12
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What a treat to ski in fresh, deep powder after such a long drought! Thursday's storm which left about 7 inches in downtown Montpelier was most welcome!...
Sun Feb 13
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It was a glorious day. Mother Nature gave us a good dumping of snow during the week which made for great skiing - the best of the season. It was a blue wax...
Sat Feb 19
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Lack of fresh snow prompted me to convert this ski trip to a snowshoe. Ruth H, Charlene B and I followed my usual loop in reverse. We ascended Hedgehog Hill...
Sun Feb 20
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Butler Lodge trail, Long Trail to Forehead, return on Wampahoofus Paul D and I waited at the trailhead until about 8:45, but no one showed up. Michael C had...
Mon Feb 21
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This mystery snowshoe (#9 in the 50/50 series) attracted a mix of GMC Montpelier Section regulars and new faces. Thomas W and Allen J were joined by a couple...
Sat Feb 26
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The Woodward Mountain trip was once again blessed with a perfect winter day. Brilliant sunshine, no wind, a packed surface with reasonably fresh powder, and...
Sun Feb 27
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Sunday, February 27 -- Snowshoe. Maple Corner area. 4 miles. Easy to moderate. Bring lunch. Beverages and cookies supplied by host. Meet at Maple Corner...
Tue Mar 01
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No show. Several factors may be the cause. It was Town Meeting Day - and most folks either don't have it off or - they attend their town meeting. It was also...
Sat Mar 05
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Steve L joined me for one of my favorite winter outings - the ski into Beaver Meadow Lodge the long way (using VAST and Burling trails.) The presence of wind...
Sat Mar 05
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I was glad that I had arranged good weather for this outing. It was sunny but not too warm, and snow conditions were very good. There were 8 of us - some had...
Sun Mar 06
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Jill and Dave attended this experimental first attempt at a workshop for improving winter hiking skills. We practiced using poles as spikes for very steep...
Sat Mar 12
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Saturday, March 12 -- Cross-Country Ski. - 50th Heritage Outing. Bayley-Hazen Military Road. Ski through Hazen's Notch (unplowed Rte. 58) in Montgomery and...
Sun Mar 13
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Sunday, March 13 -- Snowshoe. Gore Mountain. 6 miles to one of the Northeast Kingdom's highest peaks. Difficult. Leader: Michael Chernick
Tue Mar 15
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Minutes of the meeting.
Sat Mar 19
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Originally advertised as a ski in Groton State Forest, this outing was changed to a snowshoe at App Gap due to the lack of fresh snow. Steve L and I enjoyed...
Sat Mar 19
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Clare B., Ed L, Paul D, & Frank D. snowshoed up the Sterling Pond Trail (formerly a section of the Long Trail) to Sterling Pond & Watson Camp. It was a clear,...
Sun Mar 20
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Sunday, March 20 -- Skate. Montpelier Swimming Pool, 1:30 - 3:30 P.M. All abilities. Bring your own skates. Leader: Duncan Wilkie
Sun Mar 20
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March 20, 2005 Montpelier Parks Ski, Snowshoe & Potluck Supper A warm day with good snow cover tempted five snowshoers and one skier out for a foray in...
Wed Mar 23
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I was delighted that Paul Wallace-Brodeur came out of "GMC retirement" to join me on this evening outing in North Branch Park. (I had seen his name on a list...
Sun Mar 27
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The ten-day forecast had indicated that Easter Sunday would be cool and wet, but as the week progressed the forecast improved. We actually had a bright sunny...
Fri Apr 01
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Section Annual Meeting, at Christ Church
Sat Apr 02
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On April 2, 2005, despite the dismal rainy weather, 26 people gathered at the Morse Farm for a Sugar on Snow party to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the...
Sun Apr 03
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No show - most likely due to the arrival of warm weather in recent weeks, soggy ground conditions, rain the day before and forecast of rain the day of the...
Sun Apr 03
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As always, a very rewarding location for an easy road walk. Reidun and Andrew Nuquist
Sat Apr 09
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No show. The arrival of warm weather, rain, and the lack of snow for the past month killed any interest in this trip. I was prepared to offer a hilly road...
Sun Apr 10
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Steve Lightholder substituted for the scheduled trip leader, Michael Chernick. It was a very pleasant Spring day with temperatures in the low 60s and only a...
Tue Apr 12
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This trip was originally listed as a Mystery Outing. I received four calls about this outing. None of the callers wanted to do a bike ride of approximately...
Thu Apr 14
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For a change, we had picked a perfect day for our work day in the Montpelier parks. The sun was shining, the birds were singing, and the brooks were gurgling....
Sat Apr 16
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A beautiful Spring day brought forth a bevy of boats. Eight paddlers entered the waters of Shelburne Pond at about 11:30 A.M. The sky was clear, the gentle...
Sun Apr 17
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A very warm April afternoon guaranteed that today's walk in Washington would provide challenging ground conditions. We encountered snow, ice, and lots of mud...
Sun Apr 17
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Cancelled due to no-shows. Bikers may have thought this was too far away for a short, early-in-the-season ride. We biked on out own out of Montpelier instead. ...
Sat Apr 23
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No show. A forecast of rain for Saturday combined with the reality of a light rain falling on Saturday combined to deter any bicyclists who might have come on...
Sat Apr 30
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Saturday, April 30 -- Work Hike. Bamforth Ridge/ Long Trail. All abilities. Bring work gloves and work clothes, lunch and water. 3-4 mile round trip....
Sun May 01
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Prior to the date of this outing, I had heard that the water level in the pond was exceptionally high and that, for this reason, it would be possible to...
Thu May 05
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I hadn't seen Steve L since he returned from his Spring AT trek in Pennsylvania and Maryland, so I was happy to have his company on the Park to Park loop....
Fri May 06
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We all (Jill A, Ken H, Bill C, and Duncan W) met at the trail head on the River Road, except for a trail adoptee (Steve T) who had started earlier in the...
Sat May 07
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We left from Montpelier with only three of us (Duncan W, Rick M and Michael C), so I thought it would be a quick work hike. At the notch we met two more...
Thu May 12
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Thursday, May 12 -- Wildflower Walk. Evening walk in Hubbard Park. 2 miles. Easy. Leader: Thomas Weiss
Sat May 14
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A dubious forecast turned out to be dry except for a few raindrops on the way home. A brunch order error brought two meals for the price of one. A tough flat...
Sun May 15
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Sunday, May 15 -- Canoe/Kayak. Lamoille River from Johnson to Jeffersonville, 10 miles. Moderate. Class one white water trip. Great variety of views of...
Thu May 19
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Thursday, May 19 -- Hike. "Stowe Pinnacle Stomp" Take an early evening hike to this prominent spur on the side of Hogback Mountain in the Worcester Range....
Sat May 21
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We were fortunate to have a clear day even if it was chilly and a little windy. After the fifty mile drive, we arrived at Black River put in some 4 miles...
Sun May 22
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The forecast wasn't good so I was surprised that two people were interested in risking a 40 mile ride. Three of us set off under threatening skies. In less...
Sun May 22
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Sunday, May 22 -- Hike. Peacham Bog Loop. Walk to this unique 125-acre peat bog in Groton State Forest. 6+ miles. Easy. Leader: Sylvia Plumb
Sun May 22
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Ten hardy volunteers braved a daylong drizzle and cool weather to begin site preparation for the Sterling Pond Shelter on Sunday, May 22, 2005. From the...
Thu May 26
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Thursday, May 26 -- Canoe/Kayak for beginners. Wrightsville Dam, Middlesex. PFD required. Bring bathing suits. Easy . Leader: Fred Jordan
Sat May 28
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A slight increase in the temperature was all that was needed to bring out the black flies. Our party of five kayakers arrived at Green River Reservoir to find...
Sun May 29
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A forecast of "likely showers with possible thunderstorms and hail region-wide" probably was responsible for today's "no shows." All the cool and threatening...
Mon May 30
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No one showed up, so the hike was cancelled. One person had called. The weather was the usual 20-40 percent chance of rain, with temperatures around 60. Access...
Thu Jun 02
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This first clinic (in a series of four) was great fun. The night was warm and clear and full of the scent of flowers. Four eager cyclists gathered to hear a...
Sat Jun 04
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After a difficult time with our rendezvous, due to the confusing fact that there are two parking lots within a mile of each other on Route 4, we finally did...
Sat Jun 04
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Saturday, June 4 -- Work Hike. National Trails Day. Lemington. Mt. Monadnock. Join the Northeast Kingdom Section. 5 miles. Moderate . Carry wood up mountain...
Sat Jun 04
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Sun Jun 05
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Sunday, June 5 -- Hike. Camel's Hump. LT/Bamforth to Summit, return on Monroe to Couching Lion Trails. 9+/- miles. Difficult . Leader: Ed Loewenton Sunday,...
Tue Jun 07
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The day of our bike ride was sunny and warm with a breeze that saved us from being too warm. We started the ride with one person having a flat tire. That was...
Thu Jun 09
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Four of us were eager to do the ride. Two of us met at the high school. Finally there was just rain, thunder and lightening who went out on the route. Oh by...
Sun Jun 12
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On the way to the start of our hike, we were fortunate enough to see a moose cross Route 125. Kathy drove us to the start of the hike, and, bless her soul,...
Sun Jun 12
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Our group of five paddlers gathered near the dam of Waterbury Reservoir on a steamy Sunday morning. There was a brief talk about the history and the partial...
Thu Jun 16
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A rain-free window in an otherwise rainy week allowed this clinic and bike ride to happen. Three cyclists (who were eager to learn how to create and maintain...
Sat Jun 18
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Saturday, June 18 -- Hike. Hurricane Mtn., Adirondacks. 5 miles. Moderate. Driving time 21/2 hrs. one way. 30+/- miles beyond the Crown Point Bridge....
Sun Jun 19
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After an extended spell of hot and humid or rainy days, I felt very lucky to have the day nature provided for this 12 1/2 mile hike. A cool, dry, overcast...
Sun Jun 19
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Sunday, June 19 -- Hike. Plainfield. Spruce Mtn. 5 miles. Easy/Moderate . Good for families. Leader: Michael Chernick
Sun Jun 19
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After a bunch of rain,dreary weather the sun finally shone on Caspian Lake and six of us, all in kayaks,paddled the circumference of the lake, stopping to have...
Tue Jun 21
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Kimber, Lynne, Kay, Thomas, & Ed reached the summit of Mt Hunger via the Waterbury Center trail in time for the sunset. The hike up was hot, humid, and buggy,...
Thu Jun 23
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Thursday, June 23 -- Paddle. No. Montpelier Pond. Easy . Explore the pond and marsh area. Paddle to Max Grey bridge, picnic stop, and return. PFD required....
Sat Jun 25
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Saturday, June 25 -- Kayak. Moretown. Winooski River from the dam on Rte. 100B, through Junk Yard Rapids, ending at Waterbury Recreation Field. 8 miles....
Sat Jun 25
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Route: Up the Hedgehog Brook Trail to the LT, then north over Mt Ethan Allen and on to Montclair Glen Shelter, then down the Dean Trail to Couching Lion Farm....
Sun Jun 26
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The combination of a brutally hot day of 90+ -degree weather in combination with an too easy to miss trailhead made for a shortened trip. Our original plan...
Sun Jun 26
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Eight people showed up on a 3-H day to hike from Lincoln Gap south to Battell Shelter. It is normally an easy hike as far as LT hikes go, but in the heat the...
Thu Jun 30
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A pleasant Thursday evening respite from the heat through the woods and meadows from the Montpelier Recreation Field and back. Michael Chernick
Sat Jul 02
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No shows for this bike ride. The weather was good and I had one call from someone who didn't have a bike and who wouldn't have a rental bike by the meeting...
Sat Jul 02
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Trip did not occur as no one but leader appeared at meeting point in Montpelier. Michael Chernick
Sun Jul 03
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Sunday July 03 2005 by Thomas Weiss Betty, Joan, Ken, Bob and Paul carried the Long Trail banner; Jane and Andrew carried the Montpelier Section banner; Nancy...
Mon Jul 04
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Wind, wind, wind. This is the mantra of Dead Creek. If you paddle there, you've got to expect the wind to be blowing hard. Our paddle on July 4 was no...
Thu Jul 07
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I was fortunate to have a writer from the Montpelier Bridge present for this clinic. The Bridge had agreed to give some exposure to the 50/50 initiative -...
Sat Jul 09
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The day started out in heavy rain, which never ended thanks to the remains of hurricane "Cindy", but that did not stop the first official work hike for the...
Sun Jul 10
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Sunday, July 10 -- Hike. Warren. Division 8 of LT (partial). Lincoln Gap Road to Rte. 17 at Appalachian Gap. 11.6 miles. Difficult . Limit: 8 people....
Sun Jul 10
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What a classic Vermont summer day we had for this outing: sunny, clear, hot but not humid. Six of us car-caravanned to Peacham where we had lunch on the...
Tue Jul 12
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Minutes of the meeting.
Thu Jul 14
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Thursday, July 14 -- Hike. Worcester Mtn. 4.4 miles. Moderate . Bring food and headlamp. Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sat Jul 16
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A great day! The threat of the remnants of the hurricane bringing rain was just that, a threat. A hot day, but not too humid. Ed L. and myself had a larger...
Sun Jul 17
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The weather forecast called for showers and a chance of thunderstorms. We got a bit of drizzle and no hint of thunder. We did have warm (80 degree)...
Thu Jul 21
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Thursday, July 21 -- Evening Bike Ride. Loop from Montpelier through Maple Corners. Rolling hills, paved roads except for 2.5 miles. 23 miles. Moderate ....
Sat Jul 23
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We had considered leaving late, since we were a small group with a fast pace, and we figured we'd cover Saturday's 10.6 miles easily in 5-6 hours; being the...
Sat Jul 23
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Saturday, July 23 -- Bike Ride. Challenging hilly ride through Chelsea and Orange. 50 miles. Difficult. Leader: Jill Aspinall or Rick Molz
Sat Jul 23
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We lucked out this time and had beautiful weather this Saturday! Again we had great attendance with 19 total volunteers over the entire day. We moved 17 bags...
Sun Jul 24
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Sunday, July 24 -- Hike. Middlesex Trail to Hunger Mtn., return via White Rocks Mtn. 5.3 miles round trip. Moderate/Difficult . Leader: Sylvia Plumb
Tue Jul 26
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Tuesday, July 26 -- Hike. Eden. LT south from Frank Post Trail to Tillotson Camp, and south to Rte. 118. 7.5 miles round trip. Moderate . Car shuttle...
Thu Jul 28
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When I arrived to lead the walk around Berlin Pond, there was only one other woman there to do the walk. I discovered that she lived not too far from me even...
Sat Jul 30
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Twas a beautiful summer day with temperature in the 70s. We were all surprised that the entrance and boat rental fees had been waived that day because...
Sun Jul 31
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This was the 8th Edition of this trip, run counterclockwise for the second year. It never gets boring, since there is always a new way to go up, down, and...
Sun Jul 31
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Two cars with a total of five hikers left Montpelier to rendezvous with another hiker at the trailhead for Mt. Norris. The day was sunny and hot but not...
Tue Aug 02
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The plan was for Sally S, Steve L, Nancy and Fred J to meet in Jackman, Maine. After leaving a car at the Attean Pond takeout, we proceeded to Holeb Pond....
Thu Aug 04
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The shade of the Recreation Field tent was welcome as I gave tonight's clinic on "Simple Solutions to Common Bicycle Problems." Despite the hot, humid...
Sat Aug 06
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Placeholder Duncan Wilkie
Thu Aug 11
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Having known about the Mad River Path for many years, I decided to lead a walk on it to guarantee that I would indeed explore it. What a wonderful path it is!...
Sat Aug 13
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Placeholder Leader
Tue Aug 16
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As advertised, a flat-water paddle from Camp Kill Kare around Woods and Burton Islands on a beautiful summer day. We ate lunch on Woods Island, and cooled off...
Thu Aug 18
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Thursday, August 18 -- Evening Hike. Northfield. Paine Mtn. 3 hrs. Moderate . Bring headlamp or flashlight. Leader: Lexi Shear
Sat Aug 20
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Ann was unable to participate in the walk up Mt. Hunger, and those that did go reported that blueberries were absent. Ann Burcroff Kay and Thomas with the...
Sun Aug 21
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Sunday, August 21 -- Hike. Waterville. LT South from Codling Road to the Lamoille River bridge on Rte. 15. 7 miles. Moderate . Car shuttle required. Limit:...
Sun Aug 21
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This trip was a challenging one. The trip up the Great Gulf starts on a suspended walking bridge that really sways. The trail meets with the Dolly Copp Ski...
Thu Aug 25
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Thursday, August 25 -- Bike Ride. Montpelier vicinity. 20-25 miles. Moderate/Difficult . Leader: Lexi Shear
Sat Aug 27
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Saturday, August 27 -- Hike. Killington Peak from U.S. Rte. 4, then follow Sherburne Pass Trail to Deer Leap Mtn., then return to U.S. Rte. 4. 13 miles....
Sat Aug 27
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We ascended via Falling Waters Trail. The lower third of the trail followed a steeply descending stream with a number of waterfalls for which the trail is...
Sun Aug 28
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Rain. No shows. Cancelled Reidun Nuquist
Sun Aug 28
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The heavy weather Sunday morning discouraged a few people who had called about this trip, but two New York ladies who were spending the week in Waitsfield...
Thu Sep 01
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Thursday, September 1 -- Evening Hike. Elmore Mtn. Hike to chimney and option to tower. 3-3.5 miles. Easy/Moderate . Leader: Michael Chernick
Sat Sep 03
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Saturday, September 3 -- Corn Roast. Brookfield. Allis State Park. Hike nature trail, climb tower, bike dirt roads, canoe/kayak or swim in nearby Baker Pond...
Sun Sep 04
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Sunday, September 4 -- Hike. Barre. 50/50 #38. Trail system at Millstone Hill. 10 +/- miles. Moderate. Owner Pierre Couture will guide group and provide...
Mon Sep 05
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Our trip started with a surprise rain storm that the weather forecast did not predict. The trail ascends with 3 crossings of the Little River. In high water,...
Thu Sep 08
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Thursday, September 8 -- Evening Hike. Stowe Pinnacle Stomp. 2.8 miles. Moderate . Take an early evening hike to this prominent spur on the side of Hogback...
Sat Sep 10
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Saturday, September 10 -- Hike. Stowe. Division 10 of LT (partial). Rte. 108 to Rte. 15. 14.8 miles. Difficult . Limit: 8 people. Leader: Deb Kirchwey ...
Sun Sep 11
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Sunday, September 11 -- Intro. to Hiking. Montpelier. 50/50 #39. Presentation on "What to Bring on a Day Hike" followed by a hike. Easy . All welcome....
Sun Sep 11
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It was another good turnout and a wonderful day. ED , Michael, myself, Charlene, Eric, Karen, Phyllis, and Debbie met up with our friends "Team Pokey" who...
Thu Sep 15
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Thursday, September 15 -- Evening Walk. Websterville. 3 miles. Easy . Explore the trails that Millstone Hill Touring Center has established through the old...
Sat Sep 17
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Saturday, September 17 -- GMC Volunteer Appreciation Picnic. See LTN for details. Saturday, September 17 -- Bike Ride. Plainfield. 18+/- miles....
Sun Sep 18
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Sunday, September 18 -- Intro. to Hiking. Montpelier. 50/50 #40. Presentation on "Hiking Safety and Conditioning" followed by a hike. Easy . All welcome....
Sun Sep 18
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The weather forecast called for a 30 percent chance of rain, but did not mention the almost constant drizzle that we encountered throughout the day. Only upon...
Thu Sep 22
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This late afternoon hike began in summer and ended in the fall. No, not a long hike but the autumnal equinox occurred as six of us walked through the...
Sat Sep 24
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Saturday, September 24 -- Bike loop. So. Royalton. 50/50 #41. Rumba in Royalton. 29 miles with some long hills. Difficult . Visit to waterfall and free...
Sat Sep 24
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The trip began on sunny , bright, picture perfect fall day. We drove directly to the Ammonoosuc trailhead, near the Cog RR base station, which is where we...
Sun Sep 25
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Sunday, September 25 -- Stowe. Smugglers' Notch. DEDICATION OF NEW STERLING POND SHELTER. Short dedication at parking lot at 1:00 P.M. for people not...
Thu Sep 29
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Thursday, September 29 -- Evening Walk. Montpelier. Hubbard Park. 3 miles. Easy . Bring headlamp or flashlight. Leader: Charlene Bohl
Sat Oct 01
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Saturday, October 1 -- Walk. Fayston. 50/50 #42. Fox Trot in Fayston. Hilly, 5 hr. loop. Moderate/Difficult . Admire fall foliage while striding along dirt...
Sun Oct 02
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Sunday, October 2 -- Paddle. Greensboro. Caspian Lake. Easy . PFD required. Enjoy the foliage. Leader: George Plumb
Sun Oct 02
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This was an unusual "hike": No hills, no specified goal, just a rather informal stroll along a pretty creek valley in the terrain exposed by the draining of...
Sat Oct 08
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Saturday, October 8 -- "White Mtn., NH. 48-4,000' series." Peaks 12 and 13 (Flume and Liberty) Liberty Springs Trail and the infamous Flume Slide Trail to...
Sun Oct 09
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Sunday, October 9 -- Hike. Stowe. 50/50 #43. Tango at Trapp's. Admire the fall foliage at Trapp Family Lodge. Various distances. Moderate . Free tango...
Mon Oct 10
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With five late-morning cancellations due to gloomy skies, we were down to six paddlers for the foliage season trip to Green River Reservoir. All of us were...
Wed Oct 12
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Minutes of the meeting.
Sat Oct 15
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Saturday, October 15 -- Hike. Hancock. Texas Falls Nature and Robert Frost Interpretive Trails. Trails are a few miles apart on Rte. 125. 3 miles. Easy ....
Sun Oct 16
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Sunday, October 16 -- Hike. Stevensville/Underhill Center. Frost, Maple Ridge, Forehead, LT, Butler, Rock Garden, and back Maple Ridge to Frost trail. 6+/-...
Sun Oct 16
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Two people called about the hike, and both showed up - despite a rather dreary weather forecast. The participants were Lynda H from Orwell, Mary K from South...
Sat Oct 22
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Saturday, October 22 -- Walk. Peacham Bog to Groton State Forest. 50/50 #45. Polka at Peacham. Various trails. Easy . Free polka lesson for all interested...
Sat Oct 22
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At the suggestion of Paul D from the Burlington Section, we did this trip in reverse of our original plan of going up Greeley Ponds to the Osceola trail which...
Sun Oct 23
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This was going to be a joint outing with the Killington Section, with David Wright, Long Trail Lodge historian from Middletown Springs as our guide. The trip...
Sat Oct 29
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Saturday, October 29 -- Work Hike. Stowe. Smugglers' Notch. 6 miles. Fall maintenance on Elephants Head Trail and LT. All volunteers and abilities accepted....
Sun Oct 30
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On Halloween eve, three cyclists and I set out from the Rec Field parking lot in Montpelier. The goad was to bike past as many cemeteries as possible in...
Sun Oct 30
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Sunday, October 30 -- Hike. Jay. LT from Rte. 105 to Canadian border and Journey's End. 6 miles. Moderate . Leader: Michael Chernick
Sun Oct 30
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Sue, Kim, Maureen, and Paul and I enjoyed this easy hike to the old cabin foundation just under the summit on a sunny, crisp fall day. There was enough snow...
Sat Nov 05
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Saturday, November 5 -- Work Hike. Richmond. Bamforth Ridge. 4 miles. For a few hours, morning or all day. All volunteers and abilities accepted. Bring work...
Sun Nov 06
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Sunday, November 6 -- Hike or Road Walk. Leader's choice on location based on conditions. Easy . Leader: Charlene Bohl
Fri Nov 11
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The destination for this mystery hike was the Bamforth Ridge Trail. Steve L and I decided to take the trail to the point just below where it climbed steeply...
Sat Nov 12
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On this dirt road loop, we were four women and a dog. All of us wore some red and/or orange as this was the first day of rifle season. We parked at the end of...
Sat Nov 12
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Mount Moosilauke, 4802' We began our trip at the base of the Dartmouth Ravine Lodge on the southern flank of the mountain utilizing the Gorge Brook Trail. ...
Sun Nov 13
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Sunday, November 13 -- Walk. Warren or Stowe. If no snow accumulation, a woods 6 mile walk in Stowe, if snow cover, a road 7.5 walk in Warren. Moderate ....
Fri Nov 18
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Friday, November 18 -- Potluck slide show with potluck dessert. Host: Jill Aspinall and Rick Molz
Sat Nov 19
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The trip had been listed as a road walk in the Connecticut Valley. When no inquiries arrived, Steve L and I opted to do a walk closer to home. We did a...
Sun Nov 20
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Sunday, November 20 -- Walk. Burlington Bike Path from boat house to Colchester bridge and return. 10 miles. Easy . Leader: Michael Chernick
Fri Nov 25
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The snow that fell on Thanksgiving eve and Thanksgiving day added extra beauty to an already scenic area. Robert L, Anne F, and I began our afternoon by...
Sat Nov 26
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Saturday, November 26 -- Hike or Snowshoe. Stowe/Waterbury area. Come burn off those extra Thanksgiving calories. Easy/Moderate . WEAR RED or ORANGE....
Sun Nov 27
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Sunday, November 27 -- Road Walk. Chelsea. 50/50 #51. Cha-Cha in Chelsea. 6 mile circuit. Moderate . Free cha-cha lesson to all interested participants....
Sat Dec 03
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Saturday, December 3 -- Snowshoe. "White Mtn., NH. 48-4,000' Series." Summit Mt. Pierce via Crawford Path. 6.4 miles. 5+ hrs. on trail. Moderate/Difficult ....
Sun Dec 04
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Ken was scheduled to lead this hike, but he had to call in an expert substitute, Mary Stone, one of the board members of East Montpelier Trails, Inc. About...
Sat Dec 10
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Nine of us hiked up the Davis Neighborhood Trail, a side trail to the LT in Johnson, to Corliss Camp. Half the group chose to use snowshoes, the other half...
Sun Dec 11
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Sunday, December 11 -- Snowshoe/Hike. Pomfret/Barnard. The AT from Rte. 12 to Winturri Shelter. 8 miles. Moderate/Difficult with moderate elevation changes...
Sat Dec 17
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Saturday, December 17 -- Snowshoe. Duxbury. Hike the LT to Bamforth Ridge Shelter. 5.4 miles. Difficult . Leader: Steve Lightholder
Sat Dec 31
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Saturday, December 31 -- Hike. Montpelier. "Park to Park" loop. 50/50 #52 (the final one!) 3 hrs. on trail in Hubbard and North Branch Parks. Moderate ....
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