Operation Code NYC - Oct 2019 - Foliage Hiking Trip

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Operation Code NYC is taking a foliage hiking trip to Harriman State Park on Saturday, Oct 19th 2019.

Map of the trail: https://www.alltrails.com/explore/map/map--57138

Let's take a break from hectic city life and stroll through the woods for a day. We have been meeting for a year and a half for 2 hours at a time and it never feels like enough time to get to know each other better.

This hike will follow the Tuxedo-Mt Ivy trail to Triangle trail to Black Ash Mountain. We will be moving at a leisurely pace of 1.5 mph or less and expect about 6 hours to complete with long breaks.

New members are always welcome! No military affiliation is required.


8:45am - Meet at Penn Station
9:14am - Depart from Penn Station
10:17am - Arrive at Tuxedo
4:20pm - Depart from Tuxedo
5:43pm - Arrive at Penn Station

We will meet at 8:45 am at Penn Station to purchase the tickets for the Port Jervis train to Tuxedo.

The train will leave at 9:14am and arrive at Tuxedo Station at 10:17am. We will return by taking the train from Tuxedo at 4:20pm and we will arrive at Penn Station by 5:43pm.

Port Jervis Line Schedule: http://web.mta.info/mnr/html/planning/schedules/pdf/woh_sched.pdf


The cost of this trip will not be covered and you will be responsible for paying for your transportation, gear, and food. The round-trip train ticket costs $22.50.

[Packing List]

We will take a break at Lake Sebago to eat lunch. Lunch will not be provided, so please pack any food that does not perish fast.

* Comfortable hiking shoes
* Extra layers (fleece and/or windbreaker)
* Trail snacks (nuts and fruit mixes and beef jerky are great)
* Water (at least 3 liters)
* Small hiking pack


Operation Code is a national non-profit focused on helping military veterans transition into the tech industry. We are open to all and encourage civilian participation to help with the military transition into the civilian world. If you are interested in entering the tech industry or would like to become a mentor, please join us at operationcode.org to learn more.