• Tuesday morning walks in Rockefeller Preserve

    Rockefeller State Park Preserve

    Join a weekly, early morning hike on Tuesdays - 5-6 miles, two hours in Rockefeller Park. Let's meet in the main parking lot of Rockefeller Preserve. Route 117, 1 mile east of Route 9, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. This park is comprised of 1,400 acres donated by the Rockefeller family. From April thru October, there is a $6 parking fee at the main entrance. During other months, weekday parking is Free. NY State Seniors (62 ) qualify for free weekday parking all year long. Trail maps are available at the park visitor center and through Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. The trails of the Preserve are crushed stone carriage roads laid out by John D. Rockefeller Sr. and Jr. in the first half of the 20th century. Designed to complement the landscape, the 45 miles of scenic carriage roads are wide and easy to walk. Seasonal activities include hiking, recreational running, bird watching, fishing (New York state fishing license and Rockefeller Park permit required), picnicking, photography, painting, geocaching (park permit required). In winter, there are sledding hills, snowshoe trails, and cross-country skiing. Household pets are allowed on leash. Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Apple picking, music and a great afternoon outdoors

    Warwick Valley Winery

    Join us for apple picking in the Doc’s Orchard at Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery. You can now choose from over 60 apple varieties, all while sipping wine, cider, sangria or cocktails. Enjoy gourmet farm-to-table cuisine (including brick oven pizzas, locally grown salads, and more). Live music plays every weekend on their outdoor stage. As noted above, I will send out an email prior to the meetup asking everyone to confirm attendance, along with my mobile number. September 28 - Free Shrimp (the band) Apple Varieties: Honey Crisp, Gala, Autumn Crisp, Crimson Crisp, Empire, McIntosh, Macoun, Jonagold, Ashmead's Kernal, Cox Orange Pippin & More! Bring a blanket, chairs or a tent to enjoy your day on the farm. (no outside food or beverages are permitted). $5 per car admission (Sat & Sun, Sept-Oct only) $30 for 1/2 Bushel Apple Bag (includes 4 round trip tractor rides) Wine, cider, spirits, and cheese tastings are available. $5 cider tastings (includes souvenir glass) $6 wine tastings (includes souvenir glass) $10 spirits tasting (includes souvenir glass) Note: Apple variety availability is subject to weather "Warwick Valley Winery & Distillery is located in the foothills of the Hudson Valley. Our manicured grounds, gardens, and orchards span over 120 acres. We are the proud creators of the award-winning and New York’s original cider, Doc’s Cider. We are home to the first distillery in NYS since prohibition, American Fruits. We are the creators of the SFWSC Double Gold winning Black Dirt Bourbon. We offer a critically acclaimed wine collection, and we make a mean sangria and excellent cocktails. Our food is sourced locally, and we offer a gourmet farm-to-table style cuisine. We have great musicians that play here every weekend, and we offer 4 music festivals during the summer months." How it Works: Purchase an apple bag from the outside bar or inside the tasting room. ½ bushel bag is $30 and holds approximately 20-25lbs of apples. Included in the bag price is a complimentary tractor ride for up to 4 people per bag. Additional tractor rides may be purchased separately for $3 per person per ride. Note: Tractor rides are only available on Saturday & Sunday. Walk or take a tractor ride to the orchard. Only apple pickers are permitted in the orchard. Pick apples & Have fun! Please respect our farm - no climbing on trees, no throwing apples & no stealing. Smoking Policy: Our Tasting Room and patios are non-smoking. Pet Policy: Unfortunately, we do not allow pets on the premises. Certified service dogs are the only exception. Picnic Policy: No coolers or outside beverages are permitted on winery grounds. Outside blankets & chairs are permissible on the winery lawn.

  • Rockefeller Preserve Hike - Old Sleepy Hollow Road location

    Let's hike in Rockefeller Preserve every Sunday, starting at 8 am. We start at the Old Sleepy Hollow Road location (see directions below and picture above). This is for exercise. Bring plenty of water and dress in layers and you might want to consider bug spray (in the Spring, Summer & Fall). The trails are wide, have cinder gravel and there are hills. The walk is 4-6 miles at a 3 mile/hour pace. PLEASE LOOK AT THE MAP. For the foreseeable future, hikes will originate from the Rockefeller park entrance on Old Sleepy Hollow Road. Free parking is available along either side of Old Sleepy Hollow Road. For those who want to park in the main lot ($6), you can walk down Old Sleepy Hollow Road Trail ("SH" on the park map), just outside the main parking lot to the right and meet us at the start point. Leave yourself 15-20 minutes for that walk. The address for your gps is:[masked] Sleepy Hollow Rd, Tarrytown Here is a link to the Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf Directions From the intersection of 117 and 448: - Head south on NY[masked] mi - Turn right onto Old Sleepy Hollow Rd/Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue to follow Old Sleepy Hollow Rd 1.7 mi - Slight left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd. Continue 0.4 mi. From Route 9 (Broadway) in Tarrytown or Sleepy Hollow: - Head north on Broadway toward Bedford Rd (Route 448) - Turn right onto Bedford Road, continue 0.4 mi - Turn left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue 1.3 mi From Route 9 (Broadway) in Ossining or points north: - Head south on Broadway toward Sleepy Hollow Country Club - Immediate past the club's south gate, turn left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue 1.3 mi - Turn right onto Old Sleepy Hollow Rd Exd, continue 1.0 mi By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Tuesday morning walks in Rockefeller Preserve

    Rockefeller State Park Preserve

    Join a weekly, early morning hike on Tuesdays - 5-6 miles, two hours in Rockefeller Park. Let's meet in the main parking lot of Rockefeller Preserve. Route 117, 1 mile east of Route 9, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. This park is comprised of 1,400 acres donated by the Rockefeller family. From April thru October, there is a $6 parking fee at the main entrance. During other months, weekday parking is Free. NY State Seniors (62 ) qualify for free weekday parking all year long. Trail maps are available at the park visitor center and through Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. The trails of the Preserve are crushed stone carriage roads laid out by John D. Rockefeller Sr. and Jr. in the first half of the 20th century. Designed to complement the landscape, the 45 miles of scenic carriage roads are wide and easy to walk. Seasonal activities include hiking, recreational running, bird watching, fishing (New York state fishing license and Rockefeller Park permit required), picnicking, photography, painting, geocaching (park permit required). In winter, there are sledding hills, snowshoe trails, and cross-country skiing. Household pets are allowed on leash. Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Rockefeller Preserve Hike - Old Sleepy Hollow Road location

    Let's hike in Rockefeller Preserve every Sunday, starting at 8 am. We start at the Old Sleepy Hollow Road location (see directions below and picture above). This is for exercise. Bring plenty of water and dress in layers and you might want to consider bug spray (in the Spring, Summer & Fall). The trails are wide, have cinder gravel and there are hills. The walk is 4-6 miles at a 3 mile/hour pace. PLEASE LOOK AT THE MAP. For the foreseeable future, hikes will originate from the Rockefeller park entrance on Old Sleepy Hollow Road. Free parking is available along either side of Old Sleepy Hollow Road. For those who want to park in the main lot ($6), you can walk down Old Sleepy Hollow Road Trail ("SH" on the park map), just outside the main parking lot to the right and meet us at the start point. Leave yourself 15-20 minutes for that walk. The address for your gps is:[masked] Sleepy Hollow Rd, Tarrytown Here is a link to the Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf Directions From the intersection of 117 and 448: - Head south on NY[masked] mi - Turn right onto Old Sleepy Hollow Rd/Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue to follow Old Sleepy Hollow Rd 1.7 mi - Slight left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd. Continue 0.4 mi. From Route 9 (Broadway) in Tarrytown or Sleepy Hollow: - Head north on Broadway toward Bedford Rd (Route 448) - Turn right onto Bedford Road, continue 0.4 mi - Turn left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue 1.3 mi From Route 9 (Broadway) in Ossining or points north: - Head south on Broadway toward Sleepy Hollow Country Club - Immediate past the club's south gate, turn left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue 1.3 mi - Turn right onto Old Sleepy Hollow Rd Exd, continue 1.0 mi By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Tuesday morning walks in Rockefeller Preserve

    Rockefeller State Park Preserve

    Join a weekly, early morning hike on Tuesdays - 5-6 miles, two hours in Rockefeller Park. Let's meet in the main parking lot of Rockefeller Preserve. Route 117, 1 mile east of Route 9, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. This park is comprised of 1,400 acres donated by the Rockefeller family. From April thru October, there is a $6 parking fee at the main entrance. During other months, weekday parking is Free. NY State Seniors (62 ) qualify for free weekday parking all year long. Trail maps are available at the park visitor center and through Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. The trails of the Preserve are crushed stone carriage roads laid out by John D. Rockefeller Sr. and Jr. in the first half of the 20th century. Designed to complement the landscape, the 45 miles of scenic carriage roads are wide and easy to walk. Seasonal activities include hiking, recreational running, bird watching, fishing (New York state fishing license and Rockefeller Park permit required), picnicking, photography, painting, geocaching (park permit required). In winter, there are sledding hills, snowshoe trails, and cross-country skiing. Household pets are allowed on leash. Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Rockefeller Preserve - 981 Bedford Avenue (Rt. 117 by the exit for 100/Taconic)

    Rockefeller Preserve Buttermilk Trailhead

    Let's meet at the North County Trailway Parking Lot (41°07'23.0"N 73°48'41.8"W) off of Route 117 - there are two parking lots right next to each other (look at the map - 2d photo), one is very small (DO NOT PARK THERE), the other is much larger - We will meet near the Nature Trail sign at the far end of the parking lot, and walk the both Buttermilk Hill and go on to Raven's Rock. This will be a longer hike than usual, please bring enough water. You may want a snack for when we reach Raven's Rock. Please note that if I have to cancel, I will do so no later than 6:30 am via email the day of. Please check your email in the morning. I will also email out my cell phone number between 6:30-7:00. This is for exercise. Bring plenty of water and dress in layers and you might want to consider bug spray. The trails are wide, have cinder gravel and there are hills. I plan to walk 4-6 miles. We meet at 8:00 am and depart at 8:05. Please be prompt. See the picture of the entrance. The entrance to the large parking lot is next to the smaller one. A little confusing if you haven't been here before. Meet at the Nature Trail sign in rear of the parking lot. Directions: From points South Take the Bronx River Parkway until it merges with the Sprain, which will then merge with the Taconic. Take the exit for 117/Pleasantville/Tarrytown, make a left then look for the sign to North County Parking Lot, about 1/4 mile on the left. From points North Take the Taconic to the Route 100 exit (Millwood), then go south on 100/117, from Route 100 South look for the exit for 117/Pleasantville (it is a left exit). Turn right off the exit and look for the sign to the North County Parking lot (on the left about 100 feet from the exit). From points East Take I-287 (Cross Westchester Expressway) West. I-287 will merge with I-87 (New York State Thruway). Take I-87 North to Exit 9, Tarrytown. This is the last exit before the Tappan Zee Bridge. At the end of exit ramp, turn left onto Route 119. Take Route 119 to the end. Turn right at the traffic light onto Route 9. Take Route 9 North through the villages of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow approximately 1.7 miles. Make a right onto Route 117/Bedford Road, go past the entrance for Rockefeller Preserve, look for the sign on your right to the North County Trailway Parking lot - there are two parking lots, you want the first one which is larger. If you pass the entrance to the Taconic, you have gone too far. From points West Take Tappan Zee Bridge East to Exit 9, Route 9. The exit is immediately after the toll plaza.Proceed to the end of the ramp and turn right onto Route 9 North. Continue with directions from “points East,” via Route 9 North above. By Train Take the Metro North Hudson line to Tarrytown. For scheduling and additional train information, visit www.mta.nyc.us. Taxis are usually available at the station. By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members. By adding your RSVP online to this event/hike or attending this event/hike, you are agreeing to and accepting the following: RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, (full text on the meetup board).

  • Tuesday morning walks in Rockefeller Preserve

    Rockefeller State Park Preserve

    Join a weekly, early morning hike on Tuesdays - 5-6 miles, two hours in Rockefeller Park. Let's meet in the main parking lot of Rockefeller Preserve. Route 117, 1 mile east of Route 9, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. This park is comprised of 1,400 acres donated by the Rockefeller family. From April thru October, there is a $6 parking fee at the main entrance. During other months, weekday parking is Free. NY State Seniors (62 ) qualify for free weekday parking all year long. Trail maps are available at the park visitor center and through Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. The trails of the Preserve are crushed stone carriage roads laid out by John D. Rockefeller Sr. and Jr. in the first half of the 20th century. Designed to complement the landscape, the 45 miles of scenic carriage roads are wide and easy to walk. Seasonal activities include hiking, recreational running, bird watching, fishing (New York state fishing license and Rockefeller Park permit required), picnicking, photography, painting, geocaching (park permit required). In winter, there are sledding hills, snowshoe trails, and cross-country skiing. Household pets are allowed on leash. Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Rockefeller Preserve Hike - Old Sleepy Hollow Road location

    Let's hike in Rockefeller Preserve every Sunday, starting at 8 am. We start at the Old Sleepy Hollow Road location (see directions below and picture above). This is for exercise. Bring plenty of water and dress in layers and you might want to consider bug spray (in the Spring, Summer & Fall). The trails are wide, have cinder gravel and there are hills. The walk is 4-6 miles at a 3 mile/hour pace. PLEASE LOOK AT THE MAP. For the foreseeable future, hikes will originate from the Rockefeller park entrance on Old Sleepy Hollow Road. Free parking is available along either side of Old Sleepy Hollow Road. For those who want to park in the main lot ($6), you can walk down Old Sleepy Hollow Road Trail ("SH" on the park map), just outside the main parking lot to the right and meet us at the start point. Leave yourself 15-20 minutes for that walk. The address for your gps is:[masked] Sleepy Hollow Rd, Tarrytown Here is a link to the Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf Directions From the intersection of 117 and 448: - Head south on NY[masked] mi - Turn right onto Old Sleepy Hollow Rd/Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue to follow Old Sleepy Hollow Rd 1.7 mi - Slight left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd. Continue 0.4 mi. From Route 9 (Broadway) in Tarrytown or Sleepy Hollow: - Head north on Broadway toward Bedford Rd (Route 448) - Turn right onto Bedford Road, continue 0.4 mi - Turn left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue 1.3 mi From Route 9 (Broadway) in Ossining or points north: - Head south on Broadway toward Sleepy Hollow Country Club - Immediate past the club's south gate, turn left onto Sleepy Hollow Rd, continue 1.3 mi - Turn right onto Old Sleepy Hollow Rd Exd, continue 1.0 mi By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.

  • Tuesday morning walks in Rockefeller Preserve

    Rockefeller State Park Preserve

    Join a weekly, early morning hike on Tuesdays - 5-6 miles, two hours in Rockefeller Park. Let's meet in the main parking lot of Rockefeller Preserve. Route 117, 1 mile east of Route 9, Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591. This park is comprised of 1,400 acres donated by the Rockefeller family. From April thru October, there is a $6 parking fee at the main entrance. During other months, weekday parking is Free. NY State Seniors (62 ) qualify for free weekday parking all year long. Trail maps are available at the park visitor center and through Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. The trails of the Preserve are crushed stone carriage roads laid out by John D. Rockefeller Sr. and Jr. in the first half of the 20th century. Designed to complement the landscape, the 45 miles of scenic carriage roads are wide and easy to walk. Seasonal activities include hiking, recreational running, bird watching, fishing (New York state fishing license and Rockefeller Park permit required), picnicking, photography, painting, geocaching (park permit required). In winter, there are sledding hills, snowshoe trails, and cross-country skiing. Household pets are allowed on leash. Trail map: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/attachments/RockefellerTrailMap.pdf By participation in this event, you have read and agree to this WAIVER: RELEASE/LIABILITY WAIVER In consideration of my being accepted to participate and/or actually participating in the above-described event, I hereby for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns (1) waive and release any rights and claims for damages for injuries that may arise against Westchester Wanderers Meetup Group, their organizers, event organizers, event helpers, members, employees and agents, from my participation in the event, (2) agree not to commence any legal action to recover such damages, (3) agree, if I violate the previous clause, to hold harmless and indemnify defendants for any attorneys' fees and other costs that I may incur and I agree to pay for any and all expenses and damages incurred by them in defending such legal action, and (4) grant Westchester Wanderers permission to use my name, photograph or likeness. In addition, I hereby attest that I am fully aware that hiking (and walking on paved or unpaved roads or trails) is a dangerous activity that can result in injury and/or death and that I am adequately physically fit to participate in the hike and that I attend this event completely at my own risk with no expectations whatsoever of other members of the group. I hereby attest that I am fully aware that there is no cost to me required to be a member of the group or to attend any of the group's walking or hiking events, and that Westchester Wanderers and its members are not a business or commercial operation, that it does not carry liability or medical insurance for its members and that any voluntary donations of money or other valuable goods that I contribute to the group or any of its members for any reason does not constitute a purchase of service nor does it entitle me to any rights or relationships with respect to the group or any of its members.