• Adirondack Backpack to Seward Mountain
    Backpack and hike to trailless Seward summit, and optional Seymour summit, in the Adirondack. Day 1 Park and hike to camp either off trail, or Blueberry, or Ward Brook. Day 2 Hike up Seward, and possible option for Seymour. Day 3 Hike back to parking.

    Coreys Road and Ampersand Road

    Ampersand Road · Saranac Lake, NY

  • 🎄 Holiday 🚴 BIKE RIDE in 🎅 Santa Suits & Elf Costumes w/ Fats in the Cats!
    It's that time of year again! COME OUT AND ENJOY A HOLIDAY BIKE RIDE WITH THE FATS IN THE CATS BIKE CLUB!! MEETING AT: MAC Fitness parking lot in the Kingston Plaza (https://goo.gl/maps/LzrPmBfFeDm). MEETING TIME: 5:00 PM WHEELS ROLL at 5:30PM SHARP RIDE ENDS at 7:30PM @ Keegan Ales Brewery. Optional Festivities will continue beyond the ride if desired. COSTUME & DECORATIONS: Santa suits and decorated bikes with lots of lights are highly encouraged. Elves, Reindeer, penguins, etc are other alternative costumes to check as well. LED powered AA lights can be found at Walmart, Target, etc. Cheap Santa costumes can be found on the internet for a reasonable price that will make any grinch smile. RIDE DETAILS: This ride is slow paced, with lots of "ho ho ho's" and holiday cheer spread. NO gut busting hills...at least not at a fast pace. Social stops for refreshments will be made along the way, as well as a stop at a shelter to drop off gifts for kids. Also, a stop for some warm food at your favorite brewery has been arranged! A NOTE ON WEATHER AND HOW TO DRESS: Be prepared if it's chilly outside! Layer smartly. Bring hand/toe warmers, a Saint Bernard with a cask, anything really.... This will be moved to the "weather date" if canceled (12/15/18). All updates will be posted on the Fats' website, forums, facebook & twitter. MISC -Bring a headlamp and/or light that can be attached to your bike for visibility. -Exchange phone numbers with someone so if you get separated, you have a good chance of meeting back up with us. -Please. No one likes a belligerent Santa. -Bring spending money because Santa gets thirsty. -Bring a lock so your sleigh doesn't leave without you. -Bring a repair kit in case any of your light strands don't behave. Usually, electrical tape and a few zip ties are more than enough. -Dress warm or at least according to the weather. Those hand warmer packets can be a huge help if the weather outside is frightful. WE HOPE YOU CAN COME OUT AND JOIN US FOR SOME HOLIDAY CHEER! Check out this video footage from previous rides: https://youtu.be/xG6jnfizxb8 For more information on the Fats in the Cats bike club please visit: http://www.fatsinthecats.com/ NY 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 of the NY Hiking & Outdoor Adventure Group 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. When applicable, you should review topographic maps and trail features carefully. Understanding the topography of a hike is key to knowing where you are, where you're going, and how to get back. The NY 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. 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.

    MAC Fitness Parking Lot – Kingston Plaza

    338 Plaza Road · Kingston, NY

  • 7 DAY ALASKAN CRUISE 2019....June 16th 2019
    HOAGIE's are going on a cruise to ALASKA..................This will be the first ever HOAGIE's cruise to Alaska's inside passage in 2019........This is a 7 day cruise from Seattle, Washington thru the inside passage of CANADA and the US...Cruise capital of the world.....There will be stops in Alaska's capital Juneau....Skagway...Glacier Bay....Ketchikan....Victoria, B.C. Canada...Then back to Seattle.... I had the cruise line agent hold 7 cabins for the HOAGIE's.....double occupancy....All rooms are Interier rooms...No windows....I kept it cheap....If you need to upgrade your room , you can talk the agent.... As a group of 14+ we are giving 2 choices out of 7 offers.... * Free Open Bar * Free Specialty Dining * $50.00 off shore excursions x 4 * Free WIFI 250 mintutes .......Ask agent for other's. Please note that we will have to get "AIR FARE" on or own..... For all other ship info you need...Please go Norwegian Cruise Line.........Ship name is Bliss.........Sailing June 16th to the 23rd of 2019...... To RSVP for this trip....Please contact Paula @[masked].......Group name is "HOAGIES"........ The price I was giving as a group was $1279 pp/ double occupancy...plus protection $135...and tax $222.79.........$[masked] pp........If you book by February 14th...you can leave a deposit of $50.00 pp ($100) per room....after the 14th it will be $250.00 deposit pp...........Price of this trip must be paid in full by February 16th 2019.......You can pay as you want...until next February. ............PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATE FOR THIS TRIP IS "JUNE 16TH 2019 TO JUNE 23RD...........Meet Up will not let post more then a year in advance....So I put the date of Feb 12th.....

    The Port of Seattle

    Pier 66 · Seattle , WA

    COME JOIN US AT THE WINTERBIKE FATBIKE FESTIVAL 2019 FOR SOME WINTER FATBIKING ON AWESOME GROOMED SINGLETRACK AT KINGDOM TRAILS IN EAST BURKE, VERMONT! (RENTAL BIKES WITH STUDDED TIRES AVAILABLE IN TOWN - RESERVE AHEAD OF TIME!) FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/winterbike-fatbike-festival-2019-tickets-46906546744 Mountain Bike Vermont and Kingdom Trails have partnered once again for the 8th annual WinterBike Fatbike Festival on March 2, 2019. The year brings the largest Winterbike yet: more pedaling people, more groomed trails, more festivities, more fun! Registration for the event gives you access to the Kingdom Trails network and all Winterbike activities on Saturday including group rides, fatbike demos, lunch and beverages, music, fire, games, race spectation, and swag! FRIDAY PRE-REG PARTY: We will host a pre-registration checkin & social on Friday March 1st at the Tamarack Pub & Grill. Plan to show up between 6:00 and 8:00pm for early registration and pre-gaming! Yup, skip the Saturday morning lineup and head straight into the event! DEMO FATBIKES will be available from the vendors in the Expo area for 45 minute rides throughout the day on a first come first served basis. Demo loops will be signed and be an optimal length for a perfect 45 minute "ride it like you stole it" demo experience. Shops attending will offer Demos and/or rentals. You'll be able to contact your favorite shop in advance of the event to procure a steed to use all day. Details and prices will vary per vendor. THE REMOTE AID STATION: In keeping with tradition, MTBVT will be hosting the aid station with the usual local delights and personalities. SATURDAY NIGHT After party action from 4-late at the Burke Publick House. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE - as the day approaches we'll be adding details of the event. Timing is subject to change based on the forecasted temperatures for the day. As we all know, fatbiking is snow condition and weather dependent so planning out the day will be an organic experience... Friday March 1st 6:00-8:00 Early check in/registration Social at the Tamarack. Enjoy dinner specials and fine beverages! Saturday March 2nd 6:00-7:45 Vendor Set up 7:30-10:30 Junipers Restaurant open for breakfast 8:15 Pre-reg check in/onsite reg. opens RIDE DEPARTURE SCHEDULE (ride description below) 8:30 Epic Ride departs 8:45 Advanced Ride departs 9:00 Expo opens/ Demo bikes available 9:00 Kingdom Cycling and Experiences Beginner/Intermediate Ride with Post Ride Hot Cocoa, Tea and Cookies in the Kingdom Experiences office. 9:15 Intermediate Ride departs 9:30 Ladies Intermediate Ride departs 9:45 Intermellow Ride departs 10:00 Intro Ride Departs 10:30 Remote Aid Station opens 12:00-2:00 Black Diamond and Junipers Restaurant open for lunch 12:00 Kegs are tapped 12:30 Remote Aid Station shuts down... maybe 1:30 Race Registration closes 1:45 Racers Meeting 2:00 6X Race 3:30 Games & Awards 4-6 Burke Publick House After Party Sunday March 3rd Business as usual. Stick around and go on a recovery ride for regular Kingdom Trail pass price. We do every year. You should too! LODGING: You will be responsible for your own accommodations. Feel free to check the Kingdom Trails website for loads of local accommodation recommendations http://kingdomtrails.org/accommodations/ RENTALS: There are a few bike shops in town for rentals, onsite repairs and accessories you may have forgotten. Below is one in town near the trail system. A complete list of shops can be found on the Kingdom Trails Website. https://eastburkesports.com/ RELATED MAPS: http://kingdomtrails.org/trails/winter-map/ MORE INFO: http://kingdomtrails.org/

    The Kingdom Trails Nordic Adventure Center

    2059 Darling Hill Rd · Lyndonville, VT

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