Activities Calendar

“O” SECTION ACTIVITIES                                                                        NOTE DATE CHANGES (in red)                       Special Events (in green)      ***  = Easy on the knees


It would help a lot if

  • participants call the trip leaders no later than 6 PM the night before the event;
  • there is no “may-be” or “don’t wait for me” ,

 (but rather a firm yes or no even the morning of the outing);

  • you let the trip leaders know if you will bring an additional person.


Tuesday December 12 – Walk at Occum Pond area, Hanover(NH). 3 miles, Easy. *** Leader Inge Brown, (802)280-8017.

Thursday December 14 – Climb Mt. Okemo(3343′) via Healdville Trail, Mt. Holly(VT). Fire tower, with 360 degree views. 6miles, with 1950′ elevation gain. Steep but not rough. Moderate/Strenuous. Leader Dick Andrews, (802)885-3201.

Saturday December 16 – Hike to French’s Ledges, Plainfield(NH). Climb meandering trails from the Elementary School, the a short steep scramble to the summit rocks with good views. 4-5 miles, with a few hundred feet elevation gain. Moderate. Leader Iris Berezin, (802)295-2294.

Sunday December 17 – Explore Podunk Pond area, Strafford(VT).4-5 miles, Moderate. Mode of travel depends on conditions. Leaders Inge & Heinz Trebitz, (802)785-2129.

Tuesday December 19 – Walk from Quechee Gorge to Dewey’s Pond and back, Quechee(VT). 3 mikes, fairly level. Easy. *** Leader Inge Brown, (802)280-8017.

Saturday December 23 – Explore Stone House Farm Trails, Lyme(NH). 4-5 miles, Moderate. Mode of travel depends on conditions. Leaders Heinz & Inge Trebitz, (802)785-2129.

Tuesday December 26 – Road walk, White River Junction(VT), Sykes Mt. Avenue/River Road, out and back. 4 miles, Easy. *** Leader Inge Brown, (802)280-8017.

Saturday December 30 – Hike or snowshoe AT / Cossingham Road loop to Happy Hill Shelter, Norwich(VT). Lovely woods, with many short ups and downs. ~4 miles, with 500′ elevation gain. Moderate. Leaders Kathy Astrauckas & Bob Hagen, (802)785-4311.


For 2018 trips and events see also

FOOTNOTES Winter 2-17 – 2018