[Cancelled due to inclement weather forecast] 1:00pm. Hike/snowshoe beautiful Mine Falls. We will follow along streams and meander around a pond, and possibly walk along a canal. Opportunities to view wildlife. This hike will be approximately 2/2.5 hours plus - depending on group speed. Traction devices are strongly recommended due to possible icy conditions. Directions: from Route 3, take exit 6 Nashua, NH, west on route 130, take a left on Coliseum Ave. (Hannaford), go all the way to end and park in parking lot. Inclement or dangerous cold weather will cancel.
Let's hike Crane Pond Wildlife Management Area located in West Newbury and Groveland, MA (Georgetown Rd/J.B. Little Rd) Easy hike ~4.5 miles along forest trails that meander around beaver ponds that populate this area of more than 2000 acres that is managed by the Massachusetts Division of Fish and Wildlife. We'll meet at 1:00pm in front of the gate on J.B. Little Road/Georgetown Road at the West Newbury/Groveland townline. Snowshoes or ice stabilizers (such as Microspikes) will most likely be needed due to snow and ice conditions.
Easy 4-mi. walk/snowshoe. 9:45am-12:00pm. Bring snack/water/sturdy footwear. Meet at Braintree lot. Rte 3 S (past Braintree split) exit 17 to traffic circle, 3rd R (Union Street) east 0.7mi., R (Middle St) 0.7 mi., L (Liberty St), immediate R into lot. Rain/snow cancels. No dogs; non-AMC members $1.
Family ski weekend based at the comfortable but rustic Pinestead Farm Lodge in Franconia, NH. We have several simple "suites" of rooms with shared bath and kitchen facilities. Breakfast and dinner are group events at the lodge. Lunch materials are provided. Pinestead is 10 minutes from Cannon Mountain and 5 minutes from the XC ski trails at the Franconia Inn. Bretton Woods Alpine and XC areas are about 45 minutes away.
I'm an "alumni leader" for the Family Outings group. I led ski, camping and hiking trips for many years until my son "aged out" but I still love hanging out with kids and sharing my joy in all things outdoorsy with kids and parents alike. I also love to cook for groups and get folks together over the prep table.
I was the long time chair of the family outings committee and led dozens of trips over the years before my kids "aged out". I love to play outside - especially on XC skis, in a solo whitewater canoe or on my sailboat and I thoroughly enjoy teaching kids (and adults).
Winter Weekend -Joe Dodge Lodge Jan. 26-28. Start the year off enjoying Hiking and/or xcountry skiing/yoga 2-nights at Joe dodge Lodge, NH. Includes 2-Breakfast- 2-Dinners and Happy Hours.
Contact Pagliuca.email@example.com for more info and registration forms. Room cost per night per person from $82.00-$112.00 (depending on room selection) An additional AMC administrative fee of-$25.00- Payable with registration form.
Gentle walk, open fields. Snowshoe/walk, thru meadows, 1:00pm-3:00pm. Meet at Trustees of Reservation Powisett Farm, at grey barn near the entrance. I-95/Rte. 128 Exit 16B to Rte. 109W for 1 mi., then R on Dover Rd. becomes Powisett Road. 2.5 mi. to Powisett Farm on left. Rain cancels. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Snow shoes if snow.
Weather depending snowshoe or hike in hilly terrain west of I-93; 10 AM-1 PM. Details like meeting point will be sent after registration.
Join us for a Winter weekend at Sub Sig Cabin in Hart's location in Crawford Notch down the road from AMC Highland Center. This is a half century old hidden jewel … in fact it is called Hart's location and the cabin ( Sub Sig) is rustic yet clean and functional with an outhouse ( yeah) and hauled in water. We will plan a hike/ cross country skiing choice both Saturday and Sunday as well as group breakfasts and a supper prepared by us all on Saturday evening. Trip is recommended for families with kids ages 7+. Group size is limited to 15 lucky souls.
Join us for advanced beginner to intermediate winter day hikes in the Pinkham Notch area of New Hampshire. Stay at a rustic cabin and share the camaraderie and cooking of Saturday/Sunday breakfasts, Saturday happy hour, and dinner (BYOB in moderation). We will choose one or two hikes each day. The difficulty of the hikes will depend on conditions and group interest. However, you should plan on a full day of hiking with significant elevation gain.
I am the Harvard Cabin Coordinator.
I have been hiking for a long, long time and have run many trips to Harvard Cabin.
I am a trained coleader and I have current WFA training.
This trip goes off the beaten track! Snowshoe through a beautiful winter landscape breaking our own trail and possibly visiting two peaks in the Pemigewasset Range on the way.
Jon finished a round of the New England Hundred Highest just before heading off to the Southwest for four years. He's thrilled to be back in New England and working seriously on the winter 4000-footers. Other fun had in the meantime includes the Pikes Peak Marathon and a rim-to-rim-to-rim run of the Grand Canyon. Goal-oriented but interested in keeping things safe and fun.