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Mon, Sep 7: Wolf Lake State Park Hike A 5.2-mile loop over undulating terrain to three attractive glacial lakes, each with a lean-to, in a state forest near Edwards. Level 2. Contact Neal Burdick, 386-4648 or nealburdick@gmail.com.

Sat, Sep 12: Catamount Hike This medium-sized mountain not far from Whiteface features much open rock, a climb through “the chimney”, and sweeping views from the summit. 6 miles RT, 1600 ft elevation gain, Level 3 plus. Contact John Barron, (613) 828-2296 or johnbarron@sympatico.ca.

Sat, Sep 19: Azure Mountain Bushwhack and Summit Rock Work We will bushwhack and scramble up the south side of the mountain along interesting cliffs and boulders and enjoy the views as we climb. Once on top we will spend some time placing rocks carried to the summit in erosion concern areas. A two mile hike as a relaxed pace with a bit a rock hauling, bringing along a canvas bag as they work best for carrying the rocks. Level 3 Moderate, contact Michael McLean at 315-262-2564 or mpmclean@twcny.rr.com.

Sat, Sep 26: Hike portions of the Cranberry Lake 50 trail near Peavine Swamp On National Trails day we put in a mile of new trail which will soon provide elimination of several miles of road walking along route 3. The new trail is quite scenic with mature deciduous woods, a beaver flow, and a pleasant trail bed. Depending on whether the final connector has been completed, we may need to do a loop or spot cars. Altogether about five miles of pleasant hiking in beautiful woods. Contact Tom Wheeler 315-386-2482 or northflow@gmail.com.

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