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Join us on a hike along the less-travelled Garfield Ridge. We will aim to summit both Garfield and Lafayette. Expect an early start and car spotting. Enjoy formidable views after the holiday crowds have gone. Hike length approx. 12.3 mi. with 3200 ft. elev. gain. Leaders may modify hike due to weather. Ltd. to 8 experienced long distance hikers.
The Bay Circuit Trail is a long trail recently talked about in Backpacker Magazine. It starts in Newbury, MA and goes through various towns including Acton, Framingham, Andover, Concord, and ending in Duxbury, MA. We will be covering an 8-10 mile section of it located in scenic and historic Concord, including a walk along Walden Pond.
Participants should be ready for a fall dayhike in possibly brisk weather. They should have sturdy hiking shoes, and bring fall layers, rain gear, snacks and lunch, and at least two liters of water.
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Enjoy the end of warm weekends and enjoy New Hampshire's fall foliage with AMC Young Members! On Sunday the 22nd, we're heading to the SW corner of the White Mountain National Forest for a scenic loop hike of the Welch and Dickey trail!
Welch and Dickey is a 4.1 mile moderate loop trail the features a beautiful alpine garden and breathtaking views. Total elevation gain is 1,807 feet from start to finish. We'll be hiking at a moderate pace of 2 miles per hour, with plenty of time to enjoy the scenery!
It's time for our annual evening cemetery walk in honor of Halloween! A memorable adventure is guaranteed!
The evening walk begins at the Waverly Commuter Rail Station in Belmont. We will do a 2+ hour loop walk on trails through Beaver Brook Reservation a visit to two cemeteries, one deep in the woods, almost secret location! :)
Assuming you all survive the walk through the cemetery, we will convene at a restaurant afterwards in Belmont to tell more stories of our adventure through the night.
Join us for an October bar social at Joshua Tree in Davis Square, Somerville. Enjoy an opportunity to mingle with your fellow Bostonians and unwind after work. The social is from 6-8pm, with an option to stay later for trivia.
Come run the Costume Dash (5K) in Copley Square. Costumes strongly encouraged. Please see registration link for sign up and even more information!
Join us on a spooky Autumn Day for a walk around Cambridge and Watertown's largest Green Space - Mt. Auburn Cemetery! Mt. Auburn is unique not only for its architectural and historic features, but for its role as an arboretum. What better way to enjoy the fall foliage with friends from Young Members!
We will be walking an approximately 3 mile loop around some of Mt. Auburn's best sites, including Halecyon Lake, Washington Tower, and more! This walk will be relatively flat, with only 219 ft of elevation gain.
Come join us for a late fall hike to Mt. Wachusett! We plan to hike about 6 miles with approximately 1000 feet of elevation gain at a moderate pace (~2 miles per hour). The proposed route includes Balance Rock, the summit of Mt. Wachusett, and possibly Echo Lake. On a clear day the summit provides views of Mt. Monadnock, Vermont, and Boston. Fall foliage has been late this year, so hopefully we can catch the last glimpses of changing leaves. This hike is a great option for Couch to 4K participants looking for post-program hikes.
Interested in learning about the inner workings of the AMC Boston Young Members (YM) Committee? The YM Steering Committee is generally scheduled to meet on the second Monday of every month from 7-9 pm - dinner is provided! Our meetings are open to all in AMC YM. If interested, contact Zoe K (email@example.com) for information on location and other details.
Join a group of Young Members to discuss Ty Gagne's Where You'll Find Me, the story of Kate Matrosova, a hiker who died tragically on the Presidential Ridge in February 2015. The Amazon description reads:
"On Feb. 15, 2015, Kate Matrosova, an avid mountaineer, set off before sunrise for a traverse of the Northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire's White Mountains. Late the following day, rescuers carried her frozen body out of the mountains amid some of the worst weather ever recorded on these deceptively rugged slopes.
We will be gathering at the Armory in Somerville at 191 Highland Ave. Meet new and old friends, participate in winter-themed games and activities, and learn about great Young Members events and trips being offered this winter!