BEFORE SIGNING ON - YOU MUST READ THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPH
INTERVAL TRAINING PACE. - THIS HIKE IS AN EXPERIMENTAL GROUP HIKE ACTIVITY, only people who have hiked with me in the past and who have a general idea of my BASE pace are invited. The objective of this hike will be that of gettting our heart rate up and then bringing it down, we will repeat this cycle. Each individual will take the inclines at the fastest rate they feel comfortable with. Once on top and on the downhill, "EVERYBODY" will slow down to a "SLOW" pace. We will go slow enough so the slowest can catch up and have the opportunity to bring their heart rate down. We will then repeat this cycle. If you have a heart moniter, consider bringing it.
Terrain-intermediate (Undilating terrain)
Distance (3 + mile loop)
Time 1 1/2+ hours
Gear: Bring headlamps or flashlight for last section of hike.
DIRECTIONS: From the north: Take 684 to Exit 4 (Rte 172 west). At end of ramp go right. Tke your first left turn onto Chestnut Ridge Road and follow road to the Lake Bridge Road (Bridge goes over 684). Turn right onto Lake Bridge Road and follow to end.
From the south: Take 684 to Exit 4. At end of ramp go left onto rte. 172 west. Go 1/4 mile and make a left turn onto Chestnut Ridge Road and follow road. The road goes over 684 and then up a curvey hill. You will then take the first right onto Lake Bridge Road ( the road also goes over 684), follow 1/4 mile to end.
Google Map directions: http://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=41.182433,-73.686529&hl=en&sll=41.180398,-73.682771&sspn=0.013889,0.033023&mra=mift&mrsp=1&sz=16&z=16
CONTACT: Send Ted any questions you have regarding this hike. If you are lost or running late the day of the hike, give Ted a call to let hime know (203) 240-2706.
Liability Waiver: This is a fun and interesting group of people that enjoy hiking and socializing, it is not organized by a professional hiker. Hiking or outdoor activities have inherent risks. Your participation in our hikes or other events could be dangerous and can result in serious injury, medical emergency, even death.
You agree to participate in this event completely at your own risk and to take full responsibility for your own safety and well being, including those of your guests.