Sat, Apr 4: Lampson Falls. We’ll ski, snowshoe or hike depending on conditions. The falls should be spectacular. Two miles. Level 2. Ann & Armond Spencer 379-1383
Sun, Apr 12: Wellesley Island State Park (in the 1000 Islands) We’ll explore the Park’s extensive trail system. Expect river views. 6 miles, Level 3, moderate. Contact John Barron at (613) 828-2296 or email@example.com.
Sun, Apr 19: Spring Potluck Updated Community Room, First Presbyterian Church, Potsdam. Arrive between 5 and 5:30 PM, supper at 5:45 PM. Bring a dish to share and your own tableware. Supper will be followed by a presentation: Backpacking in New Mexico’s Gila Wilderness. Nick Grippe and fellow students from the SUNY Potsdam Wilderness Education program will recount their adventures during a three week wilderness expedition as part of their Leadership II course, and share their plans for their upcoming three week expedition coming up this May. Besides gaining a great deal of experience in remote wilderness travel, the students learned much from the locals who live and work in the Gila Wilderness and have deep ties to this remote wildland area. Contact Tom Wheeler at (315) 386-2482 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sat, Apr 25: Everton Falls clean-up. Meet at Everton Falls canoe launch parking (County route 14 out of St.Regis Falls) at 10:30 to collect roadside trash and prune trails. Bring trash bag or pruning clippers. About 1 mile of walking, mostly on level roadside or undulating woods trail. Lunch on rock wall above Falls. Canoeing possible. Contact Duncan Cutter, 315-328-4675, email@example.com.