What we're about

We are the Appalachian Mountain Club New Hampshire Chapters' Young Members/20's & 30's Group. The New Hampshire Chapter Young Members/20's & 30's Group's goal is to keep people in their 20’s and 30’s involved in AMC activities. We are hoping to increase young membership in the AMC and to ensure that the chapters remains strong and active well into the future. The young members committee will work in conjunction with other committees to plan workshops, trips, and events geared towards younger members. Our activities include, but are not limited to hiking, camping, skiing, rock climbing and social events. While our events are targeted, and primarily attended by those in their 20's and 30's, all are welcome.

I also encourage you to join the facebook group we share with the Maine Young Members, sign up for our monthly email and check out the AMC's website. We are a bit more active over on those sites than we are on meetup. Several other sub-groups of our club also run meetup pages, I encourage you to check them out as well.

20's & 30's Email List (once a month):
http://amc-nh.us14.list-manage1.com/subscri...;
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/AMCMaineNHYoungMembers/
NH Chapter: http://amc-nh.org/index.php
AMC: http://www.outdoors.org/recreation/
Hiking (Non 20's&30's specific): http://www.meetup.com/Hike-with-AMC-NH/
Paddling: http://www.meetup.com/NH-AMC-Paddlers/

Please note, all events on this page are advertisements. Official registration requires contacting the leader/hosts through the provided link on outdoors.org. Meetup typically does not guarantee you a spot, nor does it necessarily reflect who may actually be going, as we cross post these trips to several other places around the internet!

Our Mission Statement: Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of America’s Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. We believe these resources have intrinsic worth and also provide recreational opportunities, spiritual renewal, and ecological and economic health for the region. Because successful conservation depends on active engagement with the outdoors, we encourage people to experience, learn about, and appreciate the natural world.

I really hope you can join us in the great outdoors!

Jamie Cullinane

AMCNH 20's & 30's Group Co-Chair

Upcoming events (4)

TUESDAY NIGHT HIKE: WINANT PARK IN CONCORD

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***ALL FOUR HIKES IN THE TUESDAY SERIES ARE OFFICIALLY FULL - PLEASE CONTACT THE LEADER IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ON THE WAITLIST*** Please register directly with the leader, through the contact info in the link below. Facebook/Meetup does not guarantee you a spot, nor does either reflect the actual attendees. This is not a 20's & 30's specific hike, but should be a great one to attend with members of all ages! https://activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/112005 Join us for a series of local weeknight hikes in central New Hampshire. These relaxed hikes are perfect for anyone looking stay in trail shape for bigger weekend adventures, or just looking to get outside on weeknights. These are particularly great entry level hikes for people who have yet to hike with the AMC. Feel free to sign up for just one, or all four of these hikes. Please contact the leader directly if you would like to attend. Leaders reserve the right to cancel or modify the hike route and/or destination due to weather or trail conditions. The second hike in the series will be to Winant park in Concord. This hike is located on Concord's west side, just minutes from the Capital. The hike is about 4 miles, and features several great outlooks over the Merrimack Valley. The full series is as follows: May 21: North Uncanoonuc, Goffstown June 18: Winant Park, Concord July 16: Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown August 20: Sewalls Falls, Concord

Discover Waterville Series: Cascades & Snow's Mountain

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***THE HIKE IS NOW FULL. PLEASE CONTACT THE LEADER IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE ON THE WAITLIST*** Please register directly with the leader, through the contact info in the link below. Facebook/Meetup does not guarantee you a spot, nor does either reflect the actual attendees. This is not 20's & 30's specific, but should be a great event to attend with members of all ages. https://activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/112010 I welcome you all to take part in a series of hikes in the Waterville Valley area of the Southern White Mountains. These hikes will encompass a variety of distances and include both destinations and routes that are less traveled than many of the surrounding hikes. Feel free to sign up for just one, or all four of these hikes. Hikers will be screened to ensure they are a good fit. Please contact the leader directly if you would like to attend. Leaders reserve the right to cancel or modify the hike route and/or destination due to weather or trail conditions. The second hike in the series will be approximately 6 miles and bring us to several points of interest. Along the Cascade Path, we'll be treated to views of seven cascades before ascending several trails on Snow's Mountain, site of a since retired alpine ski area, as well as several other outlooks, including great views of the surrounding 4,000-foot peaks in the area. This hike features over 1,000 feet of elevation gain in a fairly short distance. Participants should be comfortable with hiking that level of mileage and gain. Full Series is as follows: June 9th: Irene's Path to the Scaur and Waterville Flume July 7th: Cascades & Snow's Mountain September 8th: Mt Tecumseh from the North October 6th: Sandwich Dome, Jennings & Noon Peak Fall Foliage Hike

NH Chapter Summer Membership Social & Info Night

Chen Yang Li

Please register through the link below. Clicking "going" on Facebook/Meetup does not guarantee you a spot, neither site is likely to reflect actual attendance. This is not 20's & 30's specific, but should be a good time with members of all ages. https://activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/113659 Greetings New Hampshire AMC members, its time for the next Membership Committee Social and Info Night. Are you new to the AMC? Have you been a member for awhile, and looking to be more active? Are you curious about the kind of hikes and other activities we offer, and would like to know more before attending one? Perhaps you are already active with our group, and just want a night out to hang out with fellow outdoor enthusiasts. If any of those describe you, I hope you can attend the Summer social. We'll be meeting at Chen Yang Li in Bow. You'll have the opportunity to meet fellow AMC members of all ages and backgrounds over a casual dinner. In addition to fellow members, we'll have volunteers and leaders from a variety of committees on hand to answer any questions you may have. We'll also be featuring a short presentation from the Trails Committee about the things they do to keep hiking trails in great shape throughout our state, and how one can get involved. Cost is $5.00 to cover the private room. The restaurant's full menu will be available. Whether you are a new or old member, I hope you can attend this great event. If you have any questions, please reach out to Membership Chair/Hike Leader Jamie Gillon.

Membership Social & Mountaineering Info Night

The 401 Tavern

Please register through the contact info in the link below. Facebook/Meetup does not guarantee you a spot, or indicate who is actually going. This is not 20's & 30's specific event, but should be a good time with members of all ages. https://activities.outdoors.org/search/index.cfm/action/details/id/113726 Greetings New Hampshire AMC members, a Membership Committee Social and Info Night September, 19, 2019. Are you new to the AMC? Have you been a member for awhile, and looking to be more active? Are you curious about the kind of hikes and other activities we offer, and would like to know more before attending one? Perhaps you are already active with our group, and just want a night out to hang out with fellow outdoor enthusiasts. If any of those describe you, I hope you can attend the September social. We'll be meeting at 401 Tavern in Hampton. You'll have the opportunity to meet fellow AMC members of all ages and backgrounds over a casual dinner. In addition to fellow members, we'll have volunteers and leaders from a variety of committees on hand to answer any questions you may have. We'll also be featuring a short presentation from the Mountaineering Committee about the things they do to keep climbing cliffs throughout our state, and how one can get involved. Cost is $5.00 donation. The restaurant's full menu will be available. Whether you are a new or old member, I hope you can attend this great event. If you have any questions, please reach out to Membership Chair/Hike Leader Jamie Gillon at [masked] or Kathleen Upton.

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