The public is invited on all trips unless otherwise indicated.
Please contact trip leaders before the trip
- to check for last-minute changes, and
- so the leaders can estimate how many people will be participating.
Please consider car-pooling and sharing the cost of gas.
Additional opportunities can be found on the ADK All-Club Outing Calendar
listing all outings from all chapters. If our chapter isn’t going there soon,
another chapter may be.
Want to lead an outing? Email or call Marianne Hebert (315-265-0756).
|5. Very Strenuous||Over 1500||10+|
|2. Fairly Easy||to 499||3-5|
|1. Easy||Mostly level||1-3|
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Saturday, Oct. 4 Paddle Round Lake This will be a 6 to 8 mile paddle in a beautiful, fairly recently opened lake. Possible swim. Moderate. Contact Duncan & Lois Cutter at (315) 328-4675 or email@example.com.
Sunday, Oct. 5 Leonard Pond Trail 5 mile round-trip hike on a wide, level trail in mixed forest and boreal habitat. Optional added bushwhack to Chandler Pond. Expect woodland birds, migrants, and boreal species, including the possibility of Red and White-winged Crossbills. Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Meet at the trailhead on Route 56 (2.5 miles north of the Route 3-Route 56 intersection). Easy. Contact Joan Collins at (315) 261-4246 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Co-leader Peter O’Shea.
Saturday, Oct. 11 Fall Cycling We’ll bicycle the Red Tavern Loop starting from St. Regis Falls, and enjoy the late season color. Total length 40 miles. Contact Tom Ortmeyer at (315) 265-8219 or email@example.com.
Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 18 & 19 - Stone Valley Work Days Contact Mark Simon (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.
Saturday, Oct. 18 Ranger School Trails and Cathedral Rock 2800 acres of forest tended since 1912 by Ranger School students and teachers with a dozen or so trails running through a varied landscape which includes marshlands, rocky outcroppings, impressive forest stands, bogs and eskers. We’ll explore it all! Four miles, moderate elevation gains Easy. Contact Bill Mueller at (315) 262-2952 or email@example.com.
Saturday, Oct. 25 Catamount Mountain Trail Maintenance Come out and help spruce up our adopted trail on this small but spectacular peak just north of Whiteface. Take lunch, work gloves, a small garbage bag and shears or saw. 4 miles; 2000' ascent. Strenuous. Contact Gloria &Cliff Daly at (613) 224-4413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cancelled Sunday, Oct. 26 Owen, Copperas and Winch Ponds Easy hike to scenic ponds near Lake Placid. Approximately 4 miles round trip, with little elevation gain. Contact Nancy Skiff at (315) 393-7507 or email@example.com.
Saturday, Nov. 1 Cliff Mountain We will leave the Upper Works Parking Lot at 7 a.m. and make our way up to Flowed Lands and then along the Opalescent to the start of the herd path just behind Uphill Brook Lean-to. A well-defined herd path will take us up a few steep sections to the top, where wonderful views can be found. Around 10 miles round trip. Very strenuous, but at a leisurely pace. Contact Mike McLean at (315) 262-2564 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, Nov. 2 Fall Potluck and Annual Meeting Canton Presbyterian Church, 17 Park Street, Canton. Note: not Potsdam Presbyterian Church as in previous years. Bring a dish to pass. Gather at 5 pm for supper at 5:30. Dr. Roy Horst will present “Surviving the Winter in the North Country”, about adaptations animals make to survive the northern winter. Contact Tom Ortmeyer at (315) 265-8219 or email@example.com.
Saturday, Nov. 8 Hike the West and East Side trails of Ausable River We’ll hike to Lower Ausable Lake, with a side trip to Cathedral Rocks. About 10 miles, moderately strenuous, on hunting-free Adirondack Mountain Reserve land near St. Hubert’s. Contact John & Susan Omohundro at (315) 265-8365 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday, Nov.9 Owls Head Mountain (near Malone) Short, easy walk to a scenic overlook. Suitable for all ages, children welcome. Approximately 2 miles round trip, with 700 feet elevation gain. Contact John Barron at (613) 828-2296 or email@example.com
Saturday, Dec. 6 Hike to Clear Pond This pleasant, easy walk on a seasonal road leads to the abandoned Boy Scout Camp Vigor on the shores of lovely Clear Pond. We plan to cook lunch (weather permitting) over a fire at the lake. Families (young and old) are encouraged to join us. Contact Blair & Margaret Madore at (315) 265-0602 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday Dec. 20 Whiteface Toll Road Ski Trip This traditional early season ski includes a five mile gradual climb to the ‘castle’ on the Whiteface toll road, followed by a pleasant descent. Weather can present difficult conditions including extreme cold and wind. Very strenuous. Contact David Trithart at (315) 265-8117 or email@example.com.
Saturday, Dec. 27 Phelps Mountain Nine miles round trip with 1982 feet elevation gain. Winter hiking gear required. Very strenuous and difficult winter mountaineering. Contact Chuck Tracy at (315) 854-0485 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, Jan. 1 2009 New Year’s Day Ski/Snowshoe Outing We will gather early to mid-afternoon at the Outdoor Lodge on the Clarkson campus for easy skiing or snowshoeing on the trails behind the lodge. Bring hors d’oeuvres to pass, and plan to be back at the lodge around 4 pm to help bring in the New Year. Contact Tom Ortmeyer at (315) 265-8219 or email@example.com.