Shortest Day and Longest Night Hike or Winter Solstice Hike

Shortest Day and Longest Night Hike. Come out and Relieve some of the holiday shopping stress at our Campfire. 7 miles moderate pace. Enjoy a winter hike in the Pines on the shortest day of the year and return to a roaring campfire. Bring picnic type food to share at tailgate social after hike. NC/NP. Meet at Atsion Lake, Burl. Co., From Rt. 206 take Atsion Rd. west 1 miles, go to Goshen Pond Group site sign turn left go to camping area. Leader, Paul Serdiuk ( 6 0 9 )[masked] evenings or [masked] .Inclement weather cancels.

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  • Paul

    The hike was abbreviated. The campfire and goodies were just great as was the view of the stars and later the full moon rising.

    1 · December 22, 2013

  • Jodi Z.

    My knee is hurting from earlier hike. Would still like to meet up for campfire. If anyone sees this message let me know approx time to meet at campground. Thanks! Jodi[masked]

    December 21, 2013

    • Cheryl O.

      Sorry Jodi, I just saw this now when I got home. Hope your knee is better soon.

      December 22, 2013

    • Paul

      Jodi darn, just saw this now. You would have enjoyed the campfire and the full moon and stars.

      December 22, 2013

  • Cheryl O.

    Great time!

    December 22, 2013

  • Doug H.

    Paul, your map here put people at Caranza, no Goshen pond. You might want to change that.

    December 15, 2013

    • Paul

      Doug. The attached directions put you on Atsion Road, not Carranza Road. We are off Route 206 near Atsion Lake.

      December 18, 2013

    • OCSJ Hiking C.

      I updated the map as best I could. Let me know if it helps you out. Meetup just doesn't do great with places that don't have a post office address.

      December 21, 2013

  • Kathie S.

    Hi guys.....may I bring 2 additional guests? So it would be me, Ed (a member and my husband) and 2 guests: Norma and Steve Echt. So it would be 4 all together. Is that okay????

    August 22, 2013

    • Paul

      Great. See you then.

      November 23, 2013

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