Join us for a 2.5-mile round trip hike along a wide, mostly flat trail that leads to a pond.
Join us for a beautiful winter hike at the Blue Hills Reservation.
Be prepared for about 4 hours hike at a moderate pace through some rugged, hilly terrain. Weather may be chilly so bring lots of warm layers.
Dogs are welcomed on this hike, but do let me know if you will bring one.
Join us for a beautiful winter hike at the Blue Hills Reservation. We'll be hiking the white triangle trail, which meanders around some of the hills in the park. Be prepared for a 4 hour hike (about 6.4 miles) at a moderate pace through some rugged, hilly terrain (about ~600 ft elevation gain).
9.5 mile fast-paced hike w/lunch at scenic pond, 9:30am-2:00 pm. Bring lunch/water/hiking shoes. Rte. 3 Exit 14 to Rte. 228N toward Hingham, 4 mi. to Wompatuck sign, then R on Free St. 1.3 mi. to visitor center pkg. lot. Bring snowshoes and traction spikes as conditions will dictate use. Email if severe weather. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Leader: Mike Tuohey
Join the Wednesday Wramblers on an early Spring hike in the Blue Hills in Milton and Quincy. Meet at 9:45 for a 10 a.m. start. Around five miles - mostly rocky terrain on the Skyline trail for the first half then returning on the scenic and more moderate Red Dot trail. Dress appropriately in layers. Bring water and snacks. Microspikes and snowshoes weather dependent. Apres hike coffee optional.
[Cancelled due to weather conditions] Moderate pace 5-mi. hike/snowshoe around pond, 10:30am-2:00pm. Bring lunch & water. From Rte. 93/128 exit 2A, take Rte. 138 S 0.7 mi. to Ponkapoag Golf Course lot on L. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. If no snow, bring traction device for boots. Storm cancels. Leader: Beth Mosias
We will be staying at Mountain Fare Inn, in Campton, NH. Hike on Saturday & Sunday. Saturday evening, we will eat dinner at a local restaurant prior to attending a musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" at Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, NH. $250 covers 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, restaurant dinner, and theater ticket. Ls. Kathy Didier, 603-726-3553, email@example.com and Marilyn Pomerantz, 603-254-5826, firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be starting from the Audubon Wachusett Meadow Sanctuary. We will start on the Chapman trail, continue on the Dickens trail, then Harrington trail to the summit. Lunch on the summit. The total hike will be approximately 4 miles.
Leader: (R) Teresa Pagliuca (email@example.com)
Co-leader: Maria Costantini (firstname.lastname@example.org;
Enjoy a night at the hut at the base of Mt Madison
Hike up/down via Valley Way from the Appalachia trailhead to Madison Hut. Followed by the Osgood Trail to the summit. Mount Madison is a 5,367 foot mountain-Elevation gain 4,100 feet.
Leader(s) Teresa Pagliuca email@example.com Steve Dennen firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be staying at Mountain Fare Inn, in Campton, NH. Hike on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday evening, we will eat dinner at a local restaurant prior to attending "Titanic the Musical" at Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, NH. "Titanic' swept away the 1997 Tony Awards...winning Best Musical, Best Script and Best Score. $250 covers 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, restaurant dinner, and theater ticket. Ls.