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This may be the last chance to paddle this season!
We’ll start at the Wetlands Natural Area, north of Berwick and take a leisurely paddle down to Bloomsburg Boat Launch. Bloomsburg is a PFBC site so you’ll need a registration sticker or launch permit.
Along the way there will be lots of islands to break up the bigger river. There will be plenty of wildlife to spot and perhaps a tree or a big branch will fall (it’s already happened three times this season).
I also plan to explore a bit up Briar Creek as far as current and water levels allow (probably not very far).
Meeting Location: Bloomsburg Boat Launch https://goo.gl/maps/a9EwhyBn5Fjnihta7
Put In: 41°05'23.6"N 76°08'07.4"W https://goo.gl/maps/VcQvMtP4SSJ1rUeLA
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What we will learn:
Camping in the winter gives you year-round access to natural spaces, and the beautiful calm that comes with the coldest nights. In this presentation by REI camping experts, we will go over trip planning, setting up camp, and most of all, how to stay warm! Whether you are a first time camper or a seasoned warm-weather enthusiast, you will come away with the confidence and resources to plan your next adventure.
Thousand Steps - Standing Stone Trail
Join us for a hike on one of PA's top trails- Thousand Steps, believe it or not there are more than a thousand steps.
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Join us for a fun-filled day of hiking and leaf peeping.
THIS IS NOT A BEGINNER's HIKE! Very strenuous climb in the beginning. Know your ability.
Length: 10+ Miles
Configuration: Out and back to Shorb's Summit via the Thousand Steps
Bring water, snacks and lunch. We will stop for lunch at the Mill Creek Overlook approximately 4 miles into the hike.
Parking is limited so carpooling is appreciated.
Afterwards we will check out Shy Bear Brewery- https://www.shybearbrewing.com/
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Would you like to be able to say that you've hiked across a state? This is as easy at it gets! Join us for a 15 mile, mostly flat hike across Delaware. We will meet at the Gazebo to be bussed to Chesapeake City where we begin the walk back to Delaware City.
This is a PAID event, sponsored by the Wilmington Trail Club. Number of participants are LIMITED. Once you have PAID, then post a comment in the meetup. After Oct 27th, everyone who has NOT paid will be moved to "not going".
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Here is the Website for more Information: https://wilmingtontrailclub.org/events/hike-across-delaware-had-2021/
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The Hike Across Delaware (HAD) is held on the first Saturday in November. It is a fun, non-competitive, annual community event hosted by the Wilmington Trail Club and offering the opportunity to hike fifteen miles, the entire width of Delaware.
Check-in takes place at the Gazebo in Delaware City’s Battery Park between 8 and 8:45 a.m. at which time buses take participants to the start in North Chesapeake City, Maryland. Masks must be worn on the buses at all times. Delaware City public parking is available one block from Battery Park at 82 Washington Street.
We hike along the north side of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. The route is mostly flat and lies mainly on land designated as the Canal Wildlife Zone. At the town of St. Georges, 10 miles along the trail, light refreshments and rest rooms are available. At this juncture, provisions are made to transport people back to their cars, if necessary.
The early November weather is usually ideal and the trees and shrubbery sporting their fall foliage, combined with a close view of boats, ships and barges using the waterway, make for a pleasant journey along the trail.
The trail is paved and comfortable sneakers or walking shoes, not hiking boots, are recommended. Although the terrain is not difficult, the distance requires adequate preparation. But, just think – you’ll be able to tell people you walked across an entire state!