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Details NEW HAMPSHIRE 48 SERIES: TRAVERSE the entire Carter-Moriah Range in a day! Spend the official beginning of summer traversing one of the great ranges in the White Mountains! This includes six 4K peaks (Moriah, Middle Carter, South Carter, Carter Dome, Wildcat, Wildcat D) Camping at Barnes Field Campground NH will be 16 each per person Cash/Venmo The Stats Total Mileage: 18.2 (opt out spots available) Total Elevation Gain: 7,600 Estimated Hike Time: 11-14 hours Special Gear / Requirements: Water filtration, sunscreen, bug spray
Fish Creek Pond Campground
ADIRONDACK SUP FESTIVAL + FISH CREEK POND CAMPING + HIKING + SUP + KAYAK. JUNE 13TH - 16TH. We're looking forward to another great event and hope you are too! 1) - June 13th Camping at Fish Creek Pond Campground, New York - Camping & Campgrounds. You are responsible for booking the days you want to spend with the group. You are welcome to spend as many days as you wanted or just show up to the SUP event June 15th 2019. Meet-up times: ARRIVALS Wednesday 6/13/19, After 4:00 PM I'LL BE ON SITE # ⛺ 178 Fish Creek Pond Campground Is considered the finest and most attractive of all the Adirondack campgrounds, Fish Creek Pond Campground offers a natural sand shoreline and water access for most campsites. Pristine rivers and ponds are accessible to both motorized and non-motorized boats. In addition to exceptional boating, the campground offers a variety of other recreational opportunities, including the well-regarded Interpreter Activity Program, canoeing, fishing, hiking, and bicycling. Campground Reservations: https://www.reserveamerica.com/explore/fish-creek-pond-campground/NY/574/overview?arrivalDate=2019-06-13&lengthOfStay=3 http://www.nystateparkstours.com/dec/fishcreekpond/ 2) - June 14th 9: 00 AM Paddle the most amazing natural water canal system in the Adirondacks. **You must bring or rent your own SUP - Kayak. We do not provide SUP/Kayak rentals.** This will be a relaxed paddle with time spent exploring and observing nature. SUP-KAYAK RENTALS: https://www.ramseyoutdoor.com/paddle-sports/rentals Special Gear / Requirements: Kayak/SUP paddle, lifejacket, bug spray, binoculars, camera, sunscreen. Estimated Paddle Time: 2-3 Hrs - June 14th 6:00 PM Drive and Hike to catch the Sunset at White face Mountain, one of the most beautiful views in the whole region. Whiteface veterans' memorial highway FEES Vehicle & Driver: $16 Additional Passenger: $10 For this part we can carpool https://www.whiteface.com/activities/whiteface-veterans-memorial-highway 3) - June 15th Kick off the 2019 summer season at the 8th Annual Adirondack SUP Festival in Saranac Lake with a great weekend of SUP (stand up paddleboard) inspired activities for the entire family. On-water SUP Demos - 11am-4pm With so many boards on the market, it's hard to choose the right one. The Adirondack SUP Festival offers a great opportunity to try before you buy along with a special Adirondack SUP Festival sale price. Company representatives from BIC SUP, SIC SUP, NRS, Werner Paddles, Thule Car-top Carriers, & Darn Tough Socks will be on the beach all day Saturday. $5.00 gets you a weekend of on-water demos and dry-land clinics. After the Demo Ride we can go to a local bar/restaurant for lunch. GO ONLINE FOR MORE INFO AND REGISTRATION. http://www.adirondacksupfestival.com/ 4) - June 16th. Drive back home or a short hike up to the group. NYC HIKING & OUTDOOR ADVENTURE GROUP LEGAL DISCLAIMER Waiver of liability You agree when you sign up for this group or any of the events that you have read and understand the below. If you join us for a hike (or any other event), please understand that you are responsible for your own preparedness and well-being and will hold no one else liable in case of injury or mishap. You agree not to hold the Organizer, Assistant Organizers, or any other members responsible for any injuries, mishaps, or any other situation that may happen at a planned event or during transport to and from a planned event. You are responsible to research the event, know the area, and bring the proper gear. The NYC Hiking & Outdoor Adventure Group does not provide liability insurance for the protection of individuals who may participate in any of the events. planned by the Organizer or Assistant Organizers. This release extends and applies to, and also covers and includes, all unknown, unforeseen, unanticipated and unsuspected injuries, damages, loss and liability. Your attendance on an event signifies that you have read and accept the terms of this liability waiver.
I will get there early to save a spot for the group. Please bring some goodies to share with the group. Monday June 17th • 7 – 8:30 PM Enjoy an evening of sunset opera on the waterfront! The Met’s Summer Recital Series returns to Socrates for its eighth season, featuring three talented young Met singers performing arias and duets from a variety of operas. Produced annually in association with SummerStage and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation. FREE.
Welcome to the Catskills Triple Tower Challenge This event is geared towards the extreme advanced, self-reliant endurance athlete who strives to challenge their innermost self. The prospective participant should be a seasoned hiker/trail-runner with dedicated weeks, months and years of combined long distance with elevation experience COURSE OVERVIEW The course will span across 42 miles of the most aggressive mountainous terrain the Catskills has to offer. There will be four trails in which The Devils Path (21+ miles) and The Warner Creek Trail (13.6 miles) present the bulk of the challenge. The challenge will not be successfully met until the participant has reached the following three historic Fire Towers within a 22 hour period: Mt. Tremper Fire Tower Hunter Mountain Fire Tower Overlook Mountain Fire Tower COURSE DESCRIPTION The course will originate at the Mt. Tremper Trailhead off of Route 40 (Old Rt. 28) in Phoenicia. This first segment spans 13.6 miles and consists mainly of the Warner Creek Trail. The Warner Creek Trail will bisect the Devil’s Path atop Plateau Mountain. The next segment will be to head west on the Devil’s Path to the Hunter Mt. Fire Tower. Interestingly enough, this out and back will tally 13.6 miles. The Route 214 crossing at Stony Clove Notch will provide an excellent opportunity for a drop bag and to quickly rest and replenish. The next portion of the course will be to traverse the eastern section of the Devil’s Path. This will be a painstakingly difficult task as we traverse the four major summits: Plateau, Sugarloaf, Twin and Indian Head- respectively. Following the descent of Indian Head Mt., the Devil's Path will bisect the Overlook trail, which will lead to the Overlook Fire Tower. The last portion of the challenge is the Overlook Spur, which will take us to the terminus at Meads Mountain Rd., Woodstock, NY. FINISHERS: 2017 Saily 19h12min 2017 David 19h12min IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Catskills Trail Map #141 Car shuttles will be determined and arranged at the later date. There will be multiple bailout opportunities. In the event this becomes a reality, you are responsible for your own transportation. There will be a drop bag opportunity at the Rt. 214 crossing. Rain may cancel this event. ****All prospective attendees will remain on the waitlist until approval by an organizer. HOAGies LEGAL DISCLAIMER https://www.meetup.com/HOAGies/about/ damages, loss and liability Your attendance on an event signifies that you have read and accept the terms of this liability waiver. By signing up for this group or event you understand that you are attending all events AT YOUR OWN RISK. Organizers and Assistant Organizers of this group are just that, we organize the events and participate together as friends. We are not licensed guides and there are no leaders on these events. You are your own leader - This is YOUR event.