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Make life an adventure, and join us in our travels around the New York City area. Most of our outings are easily reached by public transportation. Some outings are easy, and others difficult. Be prepared to visit interesting places, and meet new people.

This MeetUp group is sponsored by Outdoors Club (http://www.outdoorsclubny.org/), a non-profit 501 (c) (3) volunteer run organization open to all adults 18. Individual participants are expected to engage in activities suitable to their ability, experience and physical condition. Leaders may refuse to take anyone who lacks ability or is not properly dressed or equipped.

NONMEMBERS OF THE OUTDOORS CLUB PAY ONE DAY DUES OF $3.

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Van Cortlandt Park- Woodlawn to Broadway

Van Cortlandt Park

This activity begins in Woodlawn (IRT #4) and ends at Broadway at 242 St., (IRT #1). We’ll hike the northeastern woods, John Muir Trail, Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, northwestern trails, and leader’s choice of additional trails, with some historic sites. Guaranteed an interesting and a moderate workout on hiking trails and carriage roads. Distance, maybe 5 or 6 miles depending upon pace of group and time of day. Out around 1 or 1:30 pm. Bring lunch and drink. Restrooms available. Hike Leader: Steve Galla,[masked] texting preferred but call with questions day of hike. Meeting time: 8:30 a.m. Meeting Place: Down the steps and across the street, last stop on IRT #4 in the Bronx at Woodlawn. Transportation: IRT #4 to last stop in Woodlawn. Going home will be on the IRT #1, first stop on Broadway at 242 St. in the Bronx. Drivers: Contact me regarding nearby parking. Text[masked] or email: [masked] CDC GUIDELINES ON 6 FOOT SPACING AND MASKS WILL APPLY. BRING HAND SANITIZER.

ROCKAWAY PARK BEACH HIKE AND SWIM

Rockaway Beach

7 miles. Moderate pace on flat terrain Finish between 3:00-4:00 PM. Walk along boardwalk from Beach 116th street to Beach 9th street. After lunch walk back to subway station at Beach 44th street where walk will end. . Drop off points with access to subway along walk route. Bring lunch, water, and bathing suit. MEET: 11:00 AM outside subway station at Beach 116th street. Take JFK A-Train to Broad Channel, change for S-train at Broad Channel or Rockaway Boulevard and exit S-train at Beach 116th street. Rain cancels. . Must call or email to confirm that walk is on. Leader: Edward Leibowitz,[masked], Email: [masked] ; Cell phone[masked] only on day of walk after 10:00 AM. Nonmembers of Shorewalkers and Outdoors Club: $3. Joint walk. We are requiring that everyone bring face masks, hand sanitizer, and that 6 ft. social distancing be followed on all outings. Group size restrictions will apply to the area in which you are hiking.

Far Rockaway

Far Rockaway

Meet 11:30 a.m. in Far Rockaway. Take the "A" train to Far Rockaway and exit the last stop which is Mott Ave at Beach 22th St. Be sure you are on the train to Far Rockaway. Bring lunch, bathing suit and water. It's a 20 minute walk to the beach from the train station. We'll first eat, then walk and go swimming. If swimming is not permitted that day we can walk the boardwalk. There are drop off points available back to the train from the boardwalk if needed. Free parking for drivers. Leader John Socolick. If questions arise I prefer if you email me at: [masked] or text me at:[masked] Rain cancels the hike. WE WILL FOLLOW NYC GUIDELINES REGARDING SOCIAL DISTANCING (6 FEET) AND THE WEARING OF MASKS.

BRONX RIVER GREENWAY

Bronx Zoo

The Bronx River runs eight miles through the borough. We will walk through the parks that run along the southern half, starting from the mouth of the river and ending at the entrance to the Bronx Zoo. Bring lunch and water. Board the Soundview Ferry at Wall Street/Pier 11 (11:06), East 34th Street (11:27) or East 90th Street (11:41), but check the times first as they might change. Call to confirm. Leader: Robert Halasz,[masked] or [masked] Nonmembers: $3. CITY REGULATIONS REGARDING SOCIAL DISTANCING AND MASKS WILL BE ADHERED TO. Attendance limit 25 with a wait list.

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GREENWOOD CEMETERY AND PROSPECT PARK

The Green-Wood Cemetery

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