Discover More About AMC Boston Chapter
The Appalachian Mountain Club is organized by regional Chapters. Within each chapter are individual activity committees, many of which have their own social media presences. Please see the list of our Chapter’s Committees below…
Boston Chapter Committees
Bicycling – Weeknight to multi-day rides
Family Outings – Kid-friendly events focused on young families
Forty Plus – Activities focused on members ages 40 and older, but all are welcome
Hiking/Backpacking – Day hikes to multi-day backpacks and active training workshops
Local Walks & Hikes – Day hikes, mostly in metro-Boston conservation lands
Mountaineering – Rock and ice climbing trips and instruction
Mountains & Music – Activities that combine an appreciation for music with a love for the outdoors
Paddling – Canoeing, river kayaking, and sea kayaking events Skiing – Day long to multi-day downhill, cross-country, and backcountry ski trips
Windsurfing – Day and weekend wind surfing trips
20’s & 30’s – Activities focused on members in their 20’s and 30’s
AMC Staff & Facilities
The AMC has a full-time staff headquartered at 10 City Square in Boston. They run a wide variety of programs including education, conservation, publishing, membership services, administration, facilities, and fund raising. Other primary facilities include Cardigan Lodge, the Highland Center, Joe Dodge Lodge at Pinkham Notch, the White Mountain Huts, and 50+ other facilities. Several facilities are run by Volunteer Committees. For more information on AMC facilities and activities, go to the AMC web site.
The AMC Boston Chapter is a volunteer-managed organization. As such, we have no general information telephone number. Messages can be submitted on our Contact page. If you need to contact someone in the Boston Chapter, you can contact Elizabeth Ryan, the current Boston Chapter Chair, or Jesse Waites, the current Boston Chapter Vice-Chair.
The Appalachian Mountain Club’s main office is located at 10 City Square, Boston, MA 02129. For membership information, to purchase AMC books, or other club questions, visit AMC’s website at outdoors.org or call Member Services at 1-800-372-1758.
For AMC Lodging inquiries and reservations, please contact AMC Reservations at 603-466-2727.
To contact individual activity committees, select the committee name from the Committees tab at the top of this page.
Other Outdoor Organizations
Bay Circuit Alliance
New England Wildflower Society
Friends of the Middlesex Fells Reservation – Great refuge just north of Boston
Massachusetts Audubon Society
Views From the Top – Excellent source for trail conditions, trip reports, and information related to hiking in New England. Note that the forum is invitation only, but anyone can post information about trail conditions.