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76615

Chocorua/Moats Car Camp Weekend (B3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri August 22, 2014 - Sun August 24, 2014

This car camp weekend will start off Friday night at the Pine Knoll campground located on beautiful Lake Iona where we will set up tents and socialize. Saturday morning we will wake up early to a pancake breakfast and carpool down the Kancamagus Highway to the Champney Falls Trail. Here, we will start our hike to the open peak of Mt. Chocorua, the most frequently photographed mountain in the world (3,500 ft.) We will hike past Champney Falls a beautiful waterfall aside the trail. From the Champney Falls Trail we'll continue on the Piper Trail to the peak of the bald summit with a panoramic view of the Sandwich Range. The round trip will be 7.6 miles. We'll return to Pine Knoll campground for swimming, steak tip dinner, hot showers and s 'mores by the campfire. On day two we will wake up to a french toast breakfast, break down tents and head to South Moat Mt. (3,196 ft.) This will be a 5 mile hike up to a beautiful open summit with 360 degree views. There will be a possibility to continue to North Moat Mountain.

Register: http://regi.amcboston.org/712

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/712
Leader: Paul Terenzi (E-mail Paul Terenzi), Elizabeth Ryan (E-mail Elizabeth Ryan) 978-502-5944, Michael Swartz (E-mail Michael Swartz)
Registrar: Paul Terenzi firemanpaul@comcast.net 781-391-4205 (before 10 pm)
75817

Day Hike to Mt Passaconaway (A3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat August 23, 2014

Join us for a day hike to Mt Passaconaway. The hike will be a loop over 10 miles long with 3000 feet of elevation change. We will ascend the Dicey Mills trail to the summit and descend over Square Ledge.
Registration URL: http://regi.amcboston.org/683

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: US
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/683
Leader: Barbara Amoroso barbaraamoroso@yahoo.com, Brian Spencer (E-mail Brian Spencer)
77091

Potluck lunch at Galehead Hut (A3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat August 23, 2014

Let's face it, as far as four thousand footers in the White Mountains go, Galehead is possibly the least inspiring summits out there. But, if you're working on a list, you gotta do what you gotta do. Therefore, to make this hike more interesting we'll be having a potluck lunch at the Galehead hut. Participants will be asked to bring a "dish" to share with the group. After lunch we'll summit Galehead and descend the same way in which we arrived. Round trip is 10.2 miles with 2,450 feet of elevation gain.
Register: https://regi.amcboston.org/723

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: Potluck Lunch at Galehead Hut
Leader: Anne Jarek (E-mail Anne Jarek)
Registrar: Anne Jarek anne.jarek@gmail.com 617-686-5155 (Before 10 pm)
77126

Long Trail Section Hike, Mts. Abraham and Ellen (A3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat August 23, 2014 - Sun August 24, 2014

Working on your New England 4,000-footers? Then join us for an out-and-back hike on one of the most beautiful sections of the Long Trail in Vermont from Lincoln Gap to Mt. Ellen (4,083 ft.) via Mt. Abraham (4,008 ft.). In addition to these two Vermont 4,000-footers, the hike will include over six miles of the Long Trail and several spots along the way with terrific views. Total mileage will be 12.6 miles with an elevation gain of 1,600 feet. We will also have a Sunday hike that will be leaders' choice depending on group interest and energy level after Saturday's outing. Register at http://regi.amcboston.org/728.

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: Vermont, Green Mountains
State: VT
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/728
Leader: Elisabeth (Liz) Westner (E-mail Elisabeth (Liz) Westner) 617-548-7136 (10am-9pm), Keith Watling (E-mail Keith Watling)
Co-Leader: Peter Monnes pjmpjm22@yahoo.com
Registrar: Elisabeth (Liz) Westner ewestner@gmail.com
77629

Cohos Trail Section Hike Series - Labor Day W/E Backpack (AA3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri August 29, 2014 - Mon September 1, 2014

Give the Whites a break! Try something different and section hike the Cohos Trail; a relatively new, 162 mile hiking trail that runs from Bartlett, NH to the Canadian border. We'll be hiking each of the nine sections over a series of weekends, traveling from the southern end to the northern terminus - a passport is not needed, just your sense of adventure. Join us for the whole series, or for a single section... and be one of the first to hike this rugged trail system.

For this 6th section of the Cohos Trail, we'll car camp Friday night in Groveton, NH before splitting into 2 groups and starting our 3 day backpack. Areas we pass through include Nash Stream Forest, Dixville Notch (home to the magnificent Balsams Resort) and Coleman State Park. Natural features include a climb up NH's Mt Sugarloaf, passing by the Devil's Jacuzzi, Nash Bog, Nathan and Little Diamond Ponds, Huntington Falls and views from Table Rock and the summits of Baldhead South, Dixville Peak and Sugar Hill. We will camp at 2 Lean-Tos along the Cohos Trail. Our milage will average 12-15 mi per day with an estimated 2500 feet EG per day. Must be in good physical condition and have been backpacking or completing long day hikes this summer. Due to the rough terrain and long per-day milage, this backpack is not suitable for beginners. This hike is jointly sponsored by the Boston Hiking/Backpacking Committee and the Young Members Committee, and is open to experienced backpackers of all ages.

Activity Category: Backpacking, Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, North Country
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: Register online at: https://regi.amcboston.org/746
Leader: Julie LePage julielepage88@gmail.com, Michele Grzenda mgrzenda@aol.com, Michael Swartz swartz@brandeis.edu
Registrar: Michael Swartz
73593

Labor Day Weekend Hut-to-Hut Presidential Traverse (A3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat August 30, 2014 - Mon September 1, 2014

Come join us for this Hut to Hut above-treeline Presidential Traverse Hike. Depending on the weather and the group's ability, we hope to summit some of the peaks (probably not all) such as Mts. Madison, Adams, Jefferson, Clay, Washington, Monroe, Franklin, Eisenhower, and Pierce along the glorious ridgeline, with views stretching from horizon to horizon. Carpool to trailhead early on Saturday morning; Madison Spring Hut on Saturday night; Lakes of the Clouds Hut on Sunday night and hike out to the Highland Center on Monday. Must be in good physical condition, able to hike up to 9 miles with 3,400 feet elevation gain in a day. Limited to 10 total (8 participants + 2 leaders). Registration and advance payment required before July 15th. Register at REGI link http://regi.amcboston.org/638.

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/638
Leader: Joan Chambers (E-mail Joan Chambers)
Co-Leader: Samir Patel sam5670@yahoo.com 978-270-0714 (after 6pm)
Registrar: Samir Patel sam5670@yahoo.com
77623

Tripyramid Slides Loop (A3A)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat September 6, 2014

Join us for an exciting and moderately-paced hike to North and Middle-Trypyramid (4,190' and 4,140', respectively) via the Livermore and Mt. Tripyramid trails. Considered one of the most challenging and scenic hikes in the White Mountains, this route will take us up the steep rock slabs of the North Slide and down the loose footing of the South Slide. This hike is not recommended for hikers who feel uncomfortable on exposed rock slabs or have a fear of heights. Total mileage is 11 miles with an elevation gain of 3,000'. We expect to hike for 7-8 hours. Carpooling strongly encouraged. Register at REGI link: http://regi.amcboston.org/744

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
State: MA
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/744
Leader: Elisabeth (Liz) Westner ewestner@gmail.com 617-548-7136
Co-Leader: Anne White (E-mail Anne White)
Registrar: Anne White ae_white@yahoo.com 617-784-7556
76976

Fall Weekend in Harvard Cabin (B3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri September 12, 2014 - Sun September 14, 2014

Join us for the Fall hikes in the White with a stay in rustic Harvard cabin near the Pinkham Notch. We will have 2 trips on Saturday - Mt. Madison thru Madison Gulf and Daniel Webster - ~ 8 miles and 4200' elevation gain and hike to Wildcats ~ 8 miles, 2500' on Saturday and much easier hikes to Chocorua and Moats with amazing fall views on Sunday.
Register: https://regi.amcboston.org/721

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: https://regi.amcboston.org/721
Leader: Sonya Korabelnikova s_korabel@yahoo.com, Chris McCarron mccarron_yh@yahoo.com
Co-Leader: Katherine Gordon (E-mail Katherine Gordon), John Etzel john.etzel@gmail.com
Registrar: Katherine Gordon katherine.b.gordon@gmail.com
75905

Fall Hike to The Hancocks, Two 4ks Near Kanc. Hwy (A3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat September 13, 2014

Sat., Sept. 13. Fall hike to The Hancocks (A3B), two 4000 footers that lie between Mt. Carrigain and the Pemigewasset Wilderness area, just off the Kancamagus Highway. The approach to the two peaks is easy with a gentle grade until we get to the junction on the Hancock Loop Trail where we will climb a steep 0.5 miles to South Hancock. We then traverse 1.4 miles over a generally broad, bumpy ridge with several minor ups and downs to North Hancock. The round-trip hike is 9.8 miles with 2700' of elevation gain.

The trail to these two mountain peaks is a loop trail known as the Hancock Loop Trail, which is reached from Cedar Brook Trail and Hancock Notch Trail, starting at the Kancamagus Highway parking area as follows:

Hancock Notch Trail: For the Hancocks, we will follow this trail from the Kancamagus Highway 1.8 miles to the Cedar Brook Trail. The trail has a gentle grade the entire length.

Cedar Brook Trail: From the Hancock Notch Trail, we will follow the Cedar Brook Trail 0.7 miles to the Hancock Loop Trail. Cedar Brook Trail also has a gentle grade, with five stream crossings.

Hancock Loop Trail: Actually this is referred to as a lollipop trail. It rises gently (600 feet) for 1.1 miles to the trail split. To South Hancock the trail rises 0.5 miles (1000') to the summit. To North Hancock, the trail runs 1.4 miles between the two peaks and rises and falls gently over three small false summits. We complete the loop by descending a steep 0.7 miles to the trail split and then the 1.1 mile gentle grade back to Cedar Brook Trail.

Neither peak affords great views from their wooded summits, but as you climb you glimpse many familiar peaks around you, and the views you get give you the challenge of trying to figure out which mountains you have in sight. There is a panoramic view towards the west and northwest from the lookout on North Peak and a side path leads left 40 yards to a fine view south to the Sandwich Range and Osceola.

Register at REGI link https://regi.amcboston.org/685.

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: https://regi.amcboston.org/685
Leader: Barbara Amoroso barbaraamoroso@yahoo.com
Co-Leader: William Donovan (E-mail William Donovan)
Registrar: William Donovan wnd19@comcast.net 857-998-9200
76147

Sandwich Dome (A2B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat September 20, 2014

Join us for an end-of-summer trip up Sandwich Dome, a classic on the New England Hundred Highest list. We'll ascend the Algonquin Trail, which will provide some moderate scrambles as well as several great views (if the weather cooperates) and maybe the beginnings of fall color. After tagging the peak, we'll make the gentle descent via Smarts Brook. About 10.3mi/2800', moderate but steady pace. Car-free participants welcome. No dogs, please.

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/687
Leader: Barbara Amoroso barbaraamoroso@yahoo.com 781-321-1620
Co-Leader: Jonathan Niehof (E-mail Jonathan Niehof)
Registrar: Jonathan Niehof jtniehof@gmail.com 617-372-1350 (before 8pm)
76516

Owl's Head (AA2B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat September 20, 2014

Join the Ls and Paprika the hiking hound for this classic peak bagger's hike. We'll do Owl's Head via the Black Pond bushwhack and the slide. Can be combined with Ls Sun hike, contact L Joe about accommodations ($5/person/night LOF)

Register: https://regi.amcboston.org/706

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: https://regi.amcboston.org/706
Leader: Joe Comuzzi jcomuzzi@kateharper.com 978-448-9837
Co-Leader: Bill Donovan (E-mail Bill Donovan)
Registrar: Bill Donovan wnd19@comcast.net 857-998-9200 (before 9:00 PM)
76517

The Osceolas (A2B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sun September 21, 2014

Join the Ls and Paprika the hiking hound on a trip to two 4k summits, one has great views! Can be combined with L's Sat trip, contact L Joe about accommodations ($5/person/night LOF)

Register: https://regi.amcboston.org/708

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: https://regi.amcboston.org/708
Leader: Joe Comuzzi (E-mail Joe Comuzzi)
Co-Leader: Bill Donovan (E-mail Bill Donovan)
Registrar: Bill Donovan wnd19@comcast.net 857-998-9200 (before 9:00 PM)
71493

Map and Compass Instructional Weekend

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri September 26, 2014 - Sun September 28, 2014

Weekend Map and Compass course held at Harvard Cabin in Pinkham Notch. If you've always wanted to learn truly how to use a compass, this is the course for you. We'll cover maps, compass, navigation, and intentional bushwhacking, and will then apply these skills to hike two actual trail-less mountains. The second (Sunday) hike is optional, and entails a full day of bushwhacking -- possibly finishing as late as 7:00 on Sunday evening. The fee, covering two nights lodging and three meals (breakfast, dinner breakfast) and course materials is $70.00 for AMC members, $75.00 for non-members. Register at https://regi.amcboston.org/554.

Activity Category: Instruction (Skills)
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: Register at https://regi.amcboston.org/554
Leader: Joe Comuzzi jcomuzzi@kateharper.com 978-448-9837, Philip Werner (E-mail Philip Werner)
Registrar: Joe Comuzzi jcomuzzi@kateharper.com 978-448-9837
77372

Mt. Washington and Fall Foliage (B2A)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri September 26, 2014 - Sun September 28, 2014

After arriving in Jackson at own pace on Friday evening, we'll summit Mt. Washington Saturday via Tuckerman Ravine trail (8.6mi, 4250 ft elevation gain), weather permitting. Chalet has wonderfully equipped kitchen and gas grill on wrap-around deck for Friday night cooking on your own. HH Sat night with lots of appetizers (BYOB) and hearty group dinner provided at chalet. Healthy Sunday brunch and leader"s choice hike Sunday. Final registration and trip approval with receipt of $120 lodging/food fee. Limited to 8 participants. Register and more information: http://regi.amcboston.org/737.

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/737
Leader: Linda Haines linda.haines6624@gmail.com, Barbara Amoroso (E-mail Barbara Amoroso)
Registrar: Barbara Amoroso barbaraamoroso@yahoo.com
77736

A "Shaken not Stirred" Fall Foliage weekend - A YM and HB Hut-to-Hut hike through the Bonds! (AA3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri September 26, 2014 - Sun September 28, 2014

The YM (Young Members) and HB (hiking backpacking) committees present a "Shaken not Stirred" Fall Foliage weekend in the Whites as we visit Bond. Mt Bond. As well as the rest of the Bonds along the way in this spectacular Hut-to-Hut hike, between Zealand and Galehead huts, with the opportunity to summit up to 7 of the New Hampshire 4000+ foot peaks. Friday afternoon we will hike the short 2.5 mile trail, (500' elevation gain), to Zealand Hut in time to enjoy our scheduled 6pm dinner, as we socialize and rest up for our big hiking day ahead. Saturday, we start early with a full breakfast at 7am. Our hike will be about 13 miles and 4550' cumulative elevation gain between Zealand and Galehead huts, including a detour to the Bonds. Along the way we will summit Zealand, West Bond, Mt Bond, Bondcliff, and South Twin before descending towards Galehead Hut for the evening to celebrate with a well deserved multi-course dinner. Sunday, after one last hearty hut breakfast, we will embark on an 8 mile hike with a warm-up summit of Galehead Mountain (250' gain) before tackling the 1100' ascent of South Twin Mountain. We then continue on over North Twin as we descend 3000 ft to the trailhead, concluding a weekend adventure fit for a double naught spy! Carpool to Zealand trailhead Friday afternoon, spotting cars at North Twin trail head. Plan to arrive by 3:30pm to be on trail no later than 4 pm. Must be in good physical condition, able to hike up to 13+ miles with 4550 feet elevation gain in a day at a 2 to 2+ mph pace. Registration fee of $260 (members)/$280 (non-members) covers 2 nights lodging at White Mountain Huts, 2 breakfasts, and 2 dinners. Space is limited. Registration and Advanced Payment must be received by September 5, 2014. Registration: http://regi.amcboston.org/741

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/741
Leader: Michele Grzenda (E-mail Michele Grzenda)
Co-Leader: John Schmidt (E-mail John Schmidt)
Registrar: John Schmidt jtschmid@sbcglobal.net
77707

AMC Boston Chapter 2014 Fall Leadership Program

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Tue October 7, 2014 - Sun October 26, 2014

This program is for AMC members who are interested in organizing and leading Boston Chapter trips and activities. Participation in the program qualifies you to co-lead trips and activities for Hiking/Backpacking, Bike, Ski, Young Members, Forty Plus, Paddling and other Boston committees. The program consists of lectures, small group exercises and role-plays spread over two evening sessions and one weekend session. Topics include trip planning and trip organization, safety, leadership styles, and group dynamics. The program emphasizes experiential learning and decision making skills. Open to all AMC members with preference given to active AMC trip participants.

The two evening sessions are held Tuesday, October 7th and Tuesday, October 14th from 6:45 pm - 9:30 pm, and take place at the AMC Cabot Auditorium, 4 Joy St., Boston, MA, and the weekend session is held October 24-26 (beginning 7 pm on Friday and ending by 4 pm on Sunday) at Camp Lyndon, Sandwich, MA. You must attend all sessions of the program. Program size is limited.

There are two kinds of people in this world: Leaders and followers. This is your opportunity to become a Leader.

Register at: http://regi.amcboston.org/749 After submitting your registration, you will be taken to a web page with a link to an online application form. Your registration will not be processed until we receive your completed application form, so please follow the instructions on that web page. Once you are accepted for the program, we will send you separate instructions for making payment (and your registration will not be complete until we receive payment)

Activity Category: Leadership Training
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
State: MA
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/749
Leader: Stephen Conlin (E-mail Stephen Conlin)
Registrar: Stephen Conlin (E-mail Stephen Conlin)
77706

Columbus Day Backpack - AT in Maine (AA3C)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Thu October 9, 2014 - Mon October 13, 2014

Join Judy and Julie for a section-hiker's delight, 4 days backpacking along the AT of northwest Maine in peak fall foliage. We'll stay in lean-tos and shelters on the Appalachian Trail, hiking from Flagstaff Lake to Blanchard, ME. Highlights include lakes, streams, Moxie Bald peak and a ride on the infamous Caratunk Ferry across Kennebac River. Mileage ranges from 10-16mi per day with varying elevation from a mostly flat day to 2700ft gain day. Two river fords also expected at end of hike. Experienced backpackers welcome.

Register: http://regi.amcboston.org/747

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: Maine, Inland
State: ME
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/747
Leader: Julie LePage (E-mail Julie LePage), Judy Dillman (E-mail Judy Dillman)
Registrar: Julie LePage julielepage88@gmail.com
77626

Hike Lafayette and Lincoln the long way in the fall (A3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Sat October 11, 2014

Take in spectacular views of the fall foliage as we traverse the northern portion of the Franconia Ridge from north to south via the Skookumchuck and Garfield Ridge Trails to the summit of Mt. Lafayette (5,260'). We will then follow the Franconia Ridge Trail over Mt. Lincoln (5,089') to Little Haystack Mtn. (4,750') before taking the Falling Waters Trail down to Lafayette Place. This hike is suitable for fit and experienced hikers. We will be hiking at a moderate-pace covering 10 miles with 4,000' elevation. Carpooling is strongly encouraged.

Register: http://regi.amcboston.org/745

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/745
Leader: Keith Watling (E-mail Keith Watling) 508-397-1243, Carl Gustenhoven (E-mail Carl Gustenhoven)
Co-Leader: Anne White (E-mail Anne White)
Registrar: Anne White ae_white@yahoo.com 617-784-7556
77233

High Season at Harvard Cabin in NH (A3B to B3B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri October 17, 2014 - Sun October 19, 2014

High Season at Harvard Cabin (A3B to B3B). Join us for intermediate day hikes in the White Mountains. Peak foliage, perfect temperatures and fabulous fall feasts on this fun-filled weekend. Stay at a rustic cabin and share the cooking of Saturday/Sunday breakfasts, Saturday happy hour, and Saturday dinner. Cost is $60/members, $65/non-members.
Register: http://regi.amcboston.org/731

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/731
Leader: Judy Dillman dillhikes@gmail.com 617-522-7896, Debbie Ireland debvermont@yahoo.com
Co-Leader: Peter MacPherson (E-mail Peter MacPherson)
Registrar: Peter MacPherson flying6@verizon.net 781-718-2029
77576

Boot Spur and Mt. Monroe Weekend in Foliage (B2B)

Hiking/Backpacking Date: Fri October 24, 2014 - Sun October 26, 2014

Join us for fabulous hike to Mt. Washington's Boot Spur and Mt. Monroe with fabulous views into Tuckerman and Huntington Ravines and late fall foliage. After arriving in Jackson at own pace on Friday evening, we'll hike to Mt. Washington's Boot Spur and on to Mt. Monroe over Boot spur, Davis and Crawford Paths (9.6mi, 3750 ft elevation gain), weather permitting. Chalet has wonderfully equipped kitchen and gas grill on wrap-around deck for Friday night cooking on your own. HH Sat night with lots of appetizers (BYOB) and hearty group dinner provided at chalet. Healthy Sunday brunch and leader"s choice hike Sunday. Final registration and trip approval with receipt of $120 lodging/food fee. Registration: http://regi.amcboston.org/743

Activity Category: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
State: NH
Country: USA
Status: Open
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: http://regi.amcboston.org/743
Leader: Linda Haines (E-mail Linda Haines), Keith Watling kwatling@verizon.net
Registrar: Linda Haines linda.haines6624@gmail.com