Forty Plus Committee

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Forty Plus Committee

Welcome! Forty Plus offers a wide range of activities for all who love the outdoors. We offer hiking trips, cross-country skiing, snow-shoeing, biking, paddling, and local walks. Whatever your interests or ability, we have trips you’ll enjoy–from challenging to relaxed, from day trips to weekends exploring interesting places throughout New England. Events are aimed at active people over 40, but open to all who enjoy the spirit of adventure and fun. Sign up for the Forty Plus Newsletter to learn what’s coming up, or search our trips here.You don’t have to be an AMC member to go on our trips, but we hope you’ll want to join the AMC.

BECOME A LEADER

Yes you can! The AMC Boston Chapter offers leadership training programs in the spring and fall. Fall leadership is an extended course that qualifies you to lead trips for Forty Plus, Hiking/Backpacking, Young Members, Biking, Skiing, and other Boston Chapter committees.

DID YOU KNOW?

Many leaders from the former Andover Committee are now leading for Forty Plus. Their trips include everything from show-and-go Boston-area walks to hikes in the White Mountains. You can find all 40+ trips on the continually updated Online Trip Listing.


Forty Plus Activities


Newsletter

Forty Plus publishes a quarterly electronic newsletter listing all our scheduled events for the upcoming quarter, plus major future trips and other activities.

Download our current Newsletter


Contact Us


Online Resources

The sites below provide useful information about the outdoors in New England and beyond. From trips to trails to current weather conditions, check out the links below.

AMC Boston Chapter home page
AMC Boston Chapter trip search page
Bay Circuit Trail and Greenway
Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR)
National Park Service
New Hampshire weather forecast
New Hampshire/Maine summit report
AMC Backcountry Weather & Trail Conditions