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Easy Sunday afternoon hike, Park McCullough Woods

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What we're about

"The mountains are calling and I must go."--John Muir

http://photos4.meetupstatic.com/photos/event/f/9/8/event_99723992.jpeg Outdoor-minded folks who like to hike, kayak and canoe, cave and ski cross-country - that's the Green Mountain Club, Bennington section.

In April and May we have trail maintenance trips to spruce up sections of the Long Trail, including from Harmon Hill, south of VT Route 9 in Woodford, north to the top of Glastenbury Mountain. We also take care of the Nauheim shelter (Maple Hill, near Route 9) and the Goddard Shelter (Glastenbury Mountain).

We have two potluck get-togethers a year, usually in November and January, and usually with a speaker or slide show, as well as a summer picnic at Lake Shaftsbury where we can swim and kayak.

We are one of the sections of Vermont's Green Mountain Club (GMC) which, since its founding in 1910, has been the protector of Vermont's backcountry - the forests, ridges and mountains that make the Green Mountain State a special place to hike and explore the outdoors. Our first members build the 270 mile Long Trail from Massachusetts to Canada, completing the nation's first long-distance hiking trail.

We welcome folks to join us on our outings.

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By participating in this event you also acknowledge that you understand the level of difficulty and are physically capable, properly attired and have the necessary gear and supplies required for participation in this activity.

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