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Young Members Blue Hills Hike Moderate Skyline End to End

Date: Saturday, March 23

Join us for a beautiful hike at the Blue Hills Reservation. We will try to hike the Skyline trail end to end. (8 to 9 miles) Be prepared for a 5-6 hours hike at a moderate pace through some rugged, hilly terrain. Weather may be chilly so bring lots of warm layers.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Blue Hills Reservation
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Chaoran Xie (chaoranxie@gmail.com) 617-237-0880, Michael J Hanley
Trip Difficulty: B3C
Link: Register Here

Blue Hills Skyline Trail, Quincy

Date: Saturday, March 23 - Saturday, March 23

6.5-mile hike rocky terrain with a number of steep hills with views, Moderate-rated hike, not for beginners. 10:00am-3:00pm, mainly on Skyline Trail, lunch on Nahanton Hill with great view, Must bring lunch/water/hiking shoes. Hiking poles recommended. Meet at Shea Ice Rink, 651 Willard St., Quincy. From SE Expressway Exit 8 in Quincy, go south 0.6 miles on Willard St. Or from I-93/Route 128 Exit 6 in Braintree, go north 0.7 miles. Or for public transit take Bus 238 from Quincy Adams T Station. Email if severe weather. No dogs. Non-AMC members $1. Leader: Mike Tuohey

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Mike Tuohey (breadcrumbs60@gmail.com)

Walden Pond, Concord

Date: Saturday, March 23 - Saturday, March 23

Moderate pace 5 mile walk, across grassy meadows and through hemlock forest, to scenic Walden Pond. Visit a cove, once inhabited by Henry Thoreau. Enjoy sit-down break, on the shore of Walden. Walk followed by dinner/social hour at China Ruby Restaurant, in nearby Maynard, at around 2:00pm. Meet 11:00am, at Lincoln Train Station commuter parking lot. From Route 2, take Route 126 South for 2 miles. Turn left on Codman Road, follow to end. Turn left, see Train Station on left. Leader: Brian Connolly

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Brian Connolly 508-820-7786

Winter Pool Rolling

Date: Sunday, March 24

Come learn to roll your whitewater kayak or C1, or practice on your own in the warmth of a local pool! Sessions meet Sundays (Feb 24-Mar 24) from 5-7 pm at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club. Fees: Students (instruction and pool time): $110 AMC members/$130 non-members, Recreation (pool time only, no instruction): $60 AMC members/$80 non-members. Boat Rental:$50 for the series. To Register: Send a check (made out to AMC Boston Paddlers Committee) with your name, address, phone number, email address, AMC #, registration type (student or recreation) to AMC Pool Registrar, c/o Susie, 69 Oxford Street, Somerville, MA 02143.. Or got to amcbostonpaddlers.org to pay by PayPal. Include your height and weight if you want to rent our equipment, otherwise indicate what equipment you have. Please note: C1 instruction is contingent on availability of C1 instructors. Due to space limitations, sessions are for closed whitewater boats only (K1, C1). For rentals you must be able to pickup and transport boat & gear from boathouse in Lincoln to Arlington Boys & Girls club.

Activity Categories: Paddling, Paddling - Whitewater
Location: Arlington
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Conrad Nuthmann (ccn12@live.com)
Registrar: Susie Carter (carter.susie@gmail.com)
Link: AMC Boston Paddlers

Carlisle Hot Chocolate Ride

Date: Sunday, March 24

Looks like better weather this coming weekend with a high of 60 for Sunday. A mellow ramble, 12-13 mph mph average pace, through Concord and Carlisle. We are going to explore the newly open section of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail. We stop for folks at turns. If you are interested, you will need a working bike, spare inner tube, bike helmet, bright clothes, and hot chocolate. Register at https://www.meetup.com/AMCBostonBikers/events/259858491

Activity Categories: Bicycling - Touring
Location: Boston
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Stephen Linder (stephen.linder@gmail.com)

Young Members Blue Hills Hike Beginner Yellow Triangle

Date: Sunday, March 24

Join us for a beautiful hike at the Blue Hills Reservation. Be prepared for a 3-4 hours hike at a moderate pace through some rugged, hilly terrain. Weather may be chilly so bring lots of warm layers. Dogs are welcomed on this hike, but do let me know if you will bring one.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Blue Hills Reservation
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Chaoran Xie (chaoranxie@gmail.com) 617-237-0880
Co-Leader: Madeline Hartman
Trip Difficulty: B3D
Link: Register Here

Middlesex Fells, Winchester

Date: Sunday, March 24 - Sunday, March 24

Sheepfold Pkg. lot. Mod to stren. 7 mi. hike over many hills & rough terrain. 9am-2pm. Bring lunch, H2O, snacks. Dress for the Elements. Stabilizer/Yak Track suggested for ice/snow. Rte. 93 S to exit 35. At stop sign, go L under highway. At next stop sign go R. At first set of lights turn R onto Rte. 28. Turn R into Sheepfold entrance. Rte. 93 N to exit 33 (Route 28). Sheepfold entrance is 2 miles up on the L. Cancel if rain. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Note: There is now a parking fee for the Sheepfold Lot. Leader: Nelson Caraballo

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Nelson Caraballo 617-548-8579 (11am -2pm)

Flat Rock Audubon, Fitchburg

Date: Sunday, March 24 - Sunday, March 24

Mod/easy 6 mile hilly ramble through varied woodlands, reservoirs & archeological dig. 9:30am-3:00pm. Directions: from Rte. 95/128 exit 29; Rte. 2W 28 mi. to exit 32, N Rte. 13 4.5mi, L Rte. 2A 1mi. to light, R John Fitch Hwy. 1.7mi., L Rte. 31 at stop sign (Burbank Hospital) 0.3mi. uphill bear R, past emerg. entr. to Helipad Pkg. Heavy rain cancels. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Leader: Mark Levine

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Mark Levine (trailmark@verizon.net)

LETS HIKE CLEVELAND FARM STATE FOREST/BOXFORD MA

Date: Sunday, March 24 - Sunday, March 24

We'll enjoy an early spring hike in Cleveland Farm State Forest Hike. The hike will begin at 1 pm at the pull off area near trail marker 85 in Boxford MA. We'll hike along a section of the Bay Circuit Trail along eskers formed by glacial activity. Both Spring Peepers and Wood Frogs are breeding now, and we should have the chance to hear their calls from nearby wetlands. Skunk cabbage and bloodroot are close to bloom. From I-95 take exit 53A (Rte. 97 east) towards Topsfield, after exiting ramp take immediate left onto Rowley Road, and follow for 1.1 mi. to pull off parking area on left.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Boxford MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Richard Lombard (rllombard2@gmail.com) 978-394-9619
Co-Leader: Richard lombard
Trip Difficulty: Moderate about 4 miles of hiking
Link: Cleveland Farm State Forest

Middlesex Canal, Winchester/Medford

Date: Sunday, March 24 - Sunday, March 24

3-mi. level history walk will follow the route of the Middlesex Canal through parts of Medford and Winchester. Sites along the way include the aqueduct and mooring basin, those segments of the canal bed and berm visible off the parkway, and the stone wall of the Governor Brooks estate, in Medford. Meet 1:30pm at Sandy (Shannon) Beach lot at Upper Mystic Lake on Mystic Valley Pkwy., 1.3 mi. N of Rte. 60. Joint w/Middlesex Canal Association. Info: www.middlesexcanal.org. Leader: Robert Winters

Activity Categories: Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Robert Winters (robert@middlesexcanal.org)
Link: Middlesex Canal Association

Blue Hills Skyline Hike

Date: Wednesday, March 27 - Wednesday, March 27

Join the Wednesday Wramblers on an early Spring hike in the Blue Hills in Milton and Quincy. Meet at 9:45 for a 10 a.m. start. Around five miles - mostly rocky terrain on the Skyline trail for the first half then returning on the scenic and more moderate Red Dot trail. Dress appropriately in layers. Bring water and snacks. Microspikes and snowshoes weather dependent. Apres hike coffee optional.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Blue Hills Reservation Milton
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Kathy Blythe (Katherineblythe@comcast.net) , Emily McPhillips (Emcp@me.com)
Registrar: Emily McPhillips (Emcp@me.com)
Trip Difficulty: Moderate with some up and down rocky sections

Gym Night at Brooklyn Boulders

Date: Thursday, March 28 - Thursday, March 28

Join us for our monthly gym meetup at Brooklyn Boulders! We will meet at the cubbies outside of the locker rooms at 7pm. Look for Heidi and Lorenzo in Rock Program shirts to be matched with a partner. Come out for a fun night of climbing to catch up with old friends and welcome new members to the community! Attendees are responsible for their own day pass to the gym.

Activity Categories: Climbing/Mountaineering
Location: Brooklyn Boulders, Somerville, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Heidi Morris , Lorenzo Antinori

Winter Harvard Cabin day trip weekend

Date: Friday, March 29 - Sunday, March 31

We'll be doing winter day hikes out of this rustic cabin off Route 16 south of Pinkham Notch. Based on group and leader interest, we'll do an Intermediate-ish hike or hikes on Saturday and something likely on the way home on Sunday. The calendar says it will be Spring but it will still be winter. Great time to winter hike with lengthening days. Full winter gear (proper clothing, winter boots, traction and snowshoes) is required.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Gordon Haff
Co-Leader: Lisa Connors , Majid Ali
Link: Register here:

Mountainfilm Tour (Film Festival )

Date: Friday, March 29

Do you love Banff Film Festival? And other adventure films? Come see inspiring and captivating films handpicked from the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado. Mountainfilm on Tour in Andover will feature a collection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and enlightening documentary short films that align with Mountainfilm's mission to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world.

Activity Categories: Cultural
Location: Andover, Ma
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Zoe Rath
Link: Buy Tickets

Middlesex Fells Hike

Date: Saturday, March 30 - Saturday, March 30

This 5-mile moderate-pace loop hike will cover the Middle and South Reservoir areas of the Middlesex Fells using a mix of trails. Bring condition-appropriate gear. Optional after-hike visit to local pub. (There is now a parking fee for the Sheepfold lot.) Leader's cell 617-571-3740.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Sheepfold parking, off Route 28 in Stoneham.
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Thurman Smith 781-729-3832 (D/E before 10 pm)

40 plus Committee Meeting

Date: Sunday, March 31 - Sunday, March 31

The next 40 plus Committee Board meeting will be March 31st at 11:00 am. Location-Chopps American Bar and Grill- at the Marriott Burlington One Mall Road Burlington, MA Please let me know if you can attend. More information will follow. Teresa Pagliuca pagliuca.t@gmail.com

Activity Categories: Meetings
Location: One Burlington Mall road Burlington, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Teresa Pagliuca (pagliuca.t@gmail.com)
Link: Register here

AMC Boston Chapter - Executive Committee meeting

Date: Monday, April 1

The next meeting of the Appalachian Mountain Club's Boston Chapter Executive Committee will be on Monday, April 1, 2019. Meetings of the Executive Committee are open to all AMC members. Meeting Location: AMC Headquarters, 10 City Square, Boston, MA 02129. Meeting Time: 7:00pm - 9:15pm

Activity Categories: Meetings
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Cindy Crosby

Beginner Hiking Program (BHP) for Families, AMC Boston Family Outings, Spring 2019

Date: Monday, April 1 - Sunday, June 30

Have you ever wanted to take your family for a hike? Not sure where to go, what to bring, or how to convince your kids it will be fun? Then join us for the 2nd Annual Beginner Hiking Program (BHP) for Families (you do not need to be an AMC member)! BHP registrants will receive periodic emails with information on appropriate clothing and equipment, trail etiquette, basic trail safety, and tricks and games to use on the trail. After you register, choose from the list of hikes especially for beginners and sign up early, as hikes will fill quickly. Hikes will be added on a continuing basis throughout the month of March, so check back for updates! On the trails, leaders will relay their experiences preparing for and participating in safe hiking adventures and answer your questions about kids on the trail. The hike locations will mainly be around Metro Boston / Eastern MA with some trips in NH and the White Mountains. Hikes will range from short, flat walks of <2 hours to all day, climbs over 5 miles, and be categorized according to length and difficulty, so that families can best determine which hikes to participate in. This program is appropriate for all ages, although the more advanced hikes may not be appropriate for the youngest children. Come have fun in the woods with other families! For more info, contact Claudine Kos, claudinekAMC@gmail.com or Carrie McMillen, carriemcmillen@gmail.com.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Claudine Kos (claudinekAMC@gmail.com)
Trip Difficulty: Beginners of various abilitites
Link: Register Here:

AMC Boston HB 2019 Spring Hiking Program

Date: Tuesday, April 2 - Tuesday, April 30

Tuesdays: April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30. Ever wanted to try hiking or backpacking and didn't know where to get started? Are you rusty and want to brush up on your knowledge and skills? Do you want to get involved with our organized hikes and meet other hikers? Then the 3-Season Spring Hiking Program (SHP) is for you! This interactive course consists of 5 instructional sessions to introduce the basics of spring, summer and fall day hiking and backpacking in New England. The instruction topics for each of the 5 evenings are different and include: clothing, footwear, heat management, nutrition, essential gear, backcountry stewardship and more! During the program participants are also given a choice of day hikes, lodge based trips and backpacks that are exclusive to the program to practice their new skills. These trips are an opportunity for participants to get outside with experienced AMC leaders and practice what they have learned in the classroom sessions. Though many of these trips have a particular mountain as an objective, the emphasis is on learning and reinforcement of the classroom discussions. Additional charges apply to some trips. [Unfortunately we cannot accommodate dogs, except service dogs, on any program trip.] Advanced registration for the program is required. Reserve your spot now as the class fills quickly. The SHP takes place on 5 nights from 6:30-9:00pm at the First Baptist Church of Medford, 29 Oakland Street, Medford, MA. The dates are Tuesdays April 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th. Class sessions are located close to I-93 and municipal parking in Medford, as well as the 94, 95, 96, 101, 134 and 326 (express) MBTA bus lines. If you have general questions about our SHP program, please contact the program organizer, Casey Ajalat. With questions about registration, please contact SHP registrar, Chris McCarron.

Activity Categories: Backpacking, Camping, Hiking, Instruction (Skills)
Location: 29 Oakland Street, Medford, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Casey Ajalat (ajalat@gmail.com) 781-333-8723, Chris McCarron
Link: Register HERE

Potluck and Slideshow: Exploring Southeast Utah

Date: Thursday, April 4 - Thursday, April 4

Michele Grzenda will share highlights from two trips made to Bears Ears & Natural Bridges National Monument, Dark Canyon, and Grand Gulch. Learn about this unique area of Utah where the Anasazi Native Americans called home until 1,250 a.d. Discover the beauty and mystery of this special place. Potluck: Please arrive with your contribution between 6:30-6:45pm. Homemade salads and main courses are always welcome, takeout & store bought goodies are equally welcome:) Serving spoons, plates, bowls, cups, cutlery, napkins and drink pitchers will be supplied. There is a full kitchen (stovetop, oven, 2 microwaves, sink & fridge). Please bring your own cook pots for the stovetop. HELPFUL TIP: There is a Whole Foods conveniently located across from the Community College T Stop (in the Bunker Hill Mall) for last minute food pickups. Potluck @ 6:30pm, Slideshow @ 7:15pm, Doors close @ 9:00pm

Activity Categories: Critical Treasure, Cultural, Photography, Social Events
Location: AMC Headquarters, 10 City Square, Charlestown, MA 02129
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Julie LePage
Link: Register here

Blue Hills Traverse

Date: Sunday, April 7

Sunday, April 7th. Blue Hills. approx. 8 miles. We will car spot and traverse across via the skyline trail... Rain cancels, registration required. L-pagliuca.t@gmail.com L-emcp@me.com

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Blue Hills -Quincy, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Teresa Pagliuca (pagliuca.t@gmail.com) , Emily McPhillips
Link: REGISTER HERE!

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Wachusett Meadow

Date: Sunday, April 7

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. It is an opportunity for participants to get outside with experienced AMC leaders and enjoy a minimally demanding hike. So get out your backpack for a Spring "shake-down" hike in beautiful Wachusett Meadow in Princeton, Mass. The purpose of this hike is to get you to scrape up some gear and get you out on the trails, even if we have to bend some rules by allowing the banned Killer Cotton and sneakers. There's nothing a hot shower and a washing machine can't fix. Grab your book bag, lunch, a large bottle of water, along with a raincoat and whatever else you think you should take on a hike and let's go. This is a relatively easy hike in a Mass Audubon sanctuary, covering just a few of the 12 miles of trails. Some short sections are steep, but the summit of Brown Hill (1,312') affords a spectacular panorama in all directions, including views of Mts. Wachusett and Monadnock.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: princeton ma
Region: Massachusetts, Central
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Joe English Reservation, Amherst, NH

Date: Sunday, April 7 - Sunday, April 7

A 7 mile quiet, hilly wander 9:30am-3:30pm through varied woodlands on well maintained trails. Meet by Peabody Mill Environmental Center, Brook Rd, Amherst, NH. From Nashua, NH, Rte. 3 exit 7, 101A W to junction 101 E (7.4mi) toward Amherst/Manchester. Turn left after 5.7mi on Horace Greeley Rd, left again 0.4mi on Brook Rd. Go 1.4mi to pkg at dead end. No advance reservation required. Call if weather uncertain. No dogs; non-AMC members $1.Leader: Mark Levine

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Location: Amherst
Region: New Hampshire, Monadnock Region
Leader: Mark Levine (trailmark@verizon.net)

Family Hike at Burlington Landlocked Forest in Burlington, MA (BHP: Level 1)

Date: Sunday, April 7 - Sunday, April 7

Join other families in this moderately easy walk through the Burlington Landlocked Forest in Burlington, MA. We'll explore the Aquifer Loop, which includes boardwalks over wetlands and small stream crossings. The hike will be approximately 2.3 miles and is a great beginner hike for children. This is an excellent time to get out in the woods to look for signs of mother nature awakening from her winter sleep. Hike is free and open to everyone. Being an AMC member is not required.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Burlington Landlocked Forest
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Denise Boucher
Co-Leader: Elaine Yang
Trip Difficulty: easy, with some roots on the path
Link: Register Here

Family Outings Committee Meeting and Trip Planning, Newton, MA

Date: Sunday, April 7 - Sunday, April 7

Join us Sunday evening April 7 from 6 - 8 pm at the Auburndale Library in Newton for our Family Outings Committee and Trip Planning Meeting. Public meeting open to all. This is a great opportunity to get to know the group. We will have a short committee business meeting starting at 6pm, which will then be followed by a trip planning social. We will provide a light dinner for those who have registered by April 6. Come meet other leaders and families and bring your ideas for trips! Teens welcome to join. Younger kids welcome but they will need to be able to entertain themselves quietly. Registration required. To Register click "Register Now" button OR copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2233. For questions contact Carrie McMillen, carriemcmillen@gmail.com.

Activity Categories: Meetings
Location: Auburndale Library, 375 Auburn Street Auburndale MA 02466
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Carrie McMillen (carriemcmillen@gmail.com) , Amy Kelliher (amycbkelliher@gmail.com)
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Link: Register Here

AMC Boston Young Members Steering Committee

Date: Monday, April 8 - Monday, April 8

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 7:00 - 9:00 pm - dinner is provided! Our meetings are open to all in AMC YM. If interested, contact secretary Katie Blair (katieblair89@gmail.com) for information on location and other details.

Activity Categories: Meetings
Location: Boston, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Katherine Blair (katieblair89@gmail.com)

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Fit the Boot

Date: Wednesday, April 10

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. No matter where you go, what trail you hike or how long your trip takes, your boot fit is crucial to an enjoyable experience. Choosing the right hiking boots is a process of savvy matchmaking. Join us at REI Boston (near Fenway) after work so that you can learn more about boots and try a few on. There will also be AMC leaders available to answer your questions (on boots or other gear). Please note that we cannot guarantee that you will be able to walk home with a pair of hiking boots after tonight but we hope that you will be better informed on the type of boot that will meet your needs.

Activity Categories: Social Events
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

MONTHLY AMC BOSTON HIKING/BACKPACKING COMMITTEE MEETING

Date: Wednesday, April 10 - Wednesday, April 10

Are you an experienced AMC hiker and curious about how volunteer-led AMC hiking and backpacking activities are governed? The Boston Chapter's Hiking/Backpacking Committee meets monthly to handle such matters as overseeing the chapter's hundreds of hiking/backpacking leaders and leader candidates, coordinating educational programs, administering our finance, setting policy, etc. Interested guests are welcome to sit in. For the particulars, contact Elizabeth Ryan, the chairperson, at chair@hbbostonamc.org. [NOTE: this is not where our leaders and co-leaders coordinate to plan specific outings -- that happens separately between the relevant individuals as each trip idea develops.]

Activity Categories: Meetings
Location: Jamaica Plain, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Elizabeth Ryan

Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) Social

Date: Thursday, April 11 - Thursday, April 11

Come join us for socializing and planning for Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) events! This AMC social event on Thursday, April 11 in Davis Square at the Elm Street Tap Room. This is open to all ages who have any interest in trying to get up (and stay up!) on a paddle board this summer. We are eagerly anticipating hosting SUP events this summer…and we need you to come join the fun! It is important that you RSVP for this event as we need to let the brewery know how many to expect- also so we know to watch out for you. To RSVP, either hit the Register Now button when using the AMC Online Trip Listing or RSVP when in the Regi Trip Listing. Also, if there are any last minute changes, it will also help to have a way to reach you. The location does serve food so if you need to order dinner, you will be able to do so. Can't make it this time around but want to make sure you don't miss out in the future? In order to make sure you don't miss out on any SUP news and events, please join my mailing list by clicking on this link: http://eepurl.com/dOlK8f You know you will have successfully subscribed when you arrive back the AMC Boston website.

Activity Categories: Paddling - Stand-Up Paddleboarding (SUP)
Location: Somerville, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Ellen Stanley (ellstan@comcast.net)
Co-Leader: Renee Hoekstra (reneejhoekstra@gmail.com)
Link: RSVP Here

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Middlesex Fells Day Hike

Date: Saturday, April 13

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. This hike is part of the Spring Hiking Program and is open to all registered participants and AMC members. It is an opportunity for participants to get outside with experienced AMC leaders and enjoy a minimally demanding hike. This hike will also offer the opportunity for participants to test their hiking gear and physical ability, ask the leaders questions about hiking in the AMC, and to get to know other program participants in a pleasant, casual way. Participants can expect to hike approximately 7 miles and gain 1000 feet of elevation gain. Participants should bring water, snacks and lunch. Estimated hiking time, depending on the group and conditions, is 5-6 hours.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: middlesex fells
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Castle Island, South Boston

Date: Saturday, April 13 - Saturday, April 13

Fast-paced seven-mile scenic walk along ocean to Castle Island, 10:00am-1:30pm. Bring lunch and water. Meet inside JFK/UMass Red Line T station, upper level gates (no nearby parking). Storm cancels. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Leader: Beth Mosias

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Beth Mosias (Bmosias@yahoo.com) 781-335-5034 (7-9pm)

Multi-Activity Weekend with Forty Plus in Wellfleet on Cape Cod, MA

Date: Saturday, April 13 - Sunday, April 14

A fun Spring weekend of hiking and/or biking on beautiful Cape Cod. Your choice - join us for one day or both. Optional group dinner at a bayside Wellfleet restaurant. Sunday breakfast on your own at one of the many fine local eateries. Hotel recommendations sent closer to the weekend. Saturday's Great Island six-mile RT hike will take us through woods and beaches to Jeremy Point. Watch eagles, ducks, hermit crabs, and plovers while enjoying spectacular views. Leader - Sunny Steadman. Sunday's hike will be leader's choice in the equally spectacular Audubon Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. Leader - Barbara Fay. Saturday's scenic 35-mile bike ride will follow the Cape Cod Rail Trail from the National Sea Shore in Wellfleet to Nickerson State Park and back to Wellfleet with side trips to Coast Guard Beach and a walk along the White Cedar Swamp boardwalk near Marconi Beach. Mostly flat with only one moderate hill. Sunday's 23-mile ride will be to Mashnee Island, Eel Pond, and the Cape Cod Canal bike path in Sandwich. Rain cancels the rides but participants can join the hikes. Leaders - Joan Blaustein and Kathy Blythe. If you have any questions, please contact Emily McPhillps at emcp@me.com

Activity Categories: Bicycling - Road, Hiking
Location: Wellfleet Massachusetts
Region: Massachusetts, Cape Cod
Leader: Kathy Blythe (Katherineblythe@comcast.net) , Joan Blaustein , Uschi Kullman
Registrar: Emily McPhillips (emcp@me.com)
Trip Difficulty: Easy biking 11-13 mph Moderate hiking pace 1.5 mph
Link: Great Island Trail

Lynn Woods Reservation, Lynn

Date: Sunday, April 14 - Sunday, April 14

106 Pennybrook Pkg. lot off of Walnut St. Make LEFT turn after DD or at traffic light at Pennybrook Rd. Mod to Stren. 6 mi., 9am-1pm. Bring lunch, H2O, snacks. Leaders choice. Cancel if rain. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Leader: Nelson Caraballo

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Nelson Caraballo 617-548-8579 (11am -2pm)

Mt Watatic Family Hike in Ashburnham MA (BHP:Level 2)

Date: Sunday, April 14 - Sunday, April 14

Join us for a 2.2 mile moderate hike up Mt Watatic. We will take the Wapack Trail (1,000' elevation gain) to the bald summit at a kid friendly pace. With luck and clear weather we will see Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire and Mount Wachusett in Massachusetts from the top of the bald summit. Enjoy your lunch at the summit or back at the trailhead. Recommended for kids ages 5 and up. This hike is open to all, whether AMC members or not.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Mount Watatic, Ashburnham, MA.
Region: Massachusetts, Berkshires
Leader: Carrie McMillen (carriemcmillen@gmail.com) , Ingrid Molnar
Co-Leader: Elaine Yang
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: Register here:

Rocky Hill Sanctuary and adjoining woodlands, Groton

Date: Sunday, April 14 - Sunday, April 14

1:00pm. This is a great area to hike around in, with a beautiful point on Long Pond, beaver marshes, a heron rookerie, and more. About 2 hours, moderate pace. No dogs. Meet at the Rocky Hill Sanctuary parking area on Cardinal Lane in Groton, 42.5811N 71.5311W. Leader: Olin Lathrop

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Olin Lathrop 978-742-9014

Spring Leadership Training Program

Date: Thursday, April 18 - Sunday, May 5

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, Family Outings, Paddling and other Boston committees. The program consists of lectures, small group exercises and role-play scenarios spread over two evening sessions and one-weekend session, with a follow-on session to organize actual trips. 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 Thursday, April 18 and Thursday, April 25 from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm at AMC Headquarters in Charlestown, MA. The weekend session is held May 3 - 5 (beginning 7 pm on Friday and ending by 4 pm on Sunday) at Camp Lyndon, Sandwich, MA. You must attend all of these sessions to complete the program. The optional (but highly encouraged) follow-on session to organize trips will be held the week of May 6 at a location to be determined.

Activity Categories: Leadership Training
Location: AMC Headquarters and Camp Lyndon
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Phillip Baraona (phil@acm.org)
Link: Registration Link

Early Spring Hike to Mt. Pierce

Date: Saturday, April 20

Moderately paced hike up Crawford Path (one of the Nation's oldest at almost 200 years) to the beautiful Mt. Pierce. 6.4 miles round trip in Winter conditions (winter day hike gear required). Might stop by the closed Mizpah hut on the way which adds 0.2 miles to the total trip length.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Mount Pierce, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Darren MacCaughey (hikeAMC@hotmail.com) , Paul Terenzi
Trip Difficulty: B3C
Link: Registration Required HERE

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Classic Blue Hills Day

Date: Saturday, April 20

This hike is open only to participants in this year's Spring Hiking Program. This is a beginner, moderately strenuous, instructional day hike intended to: (a) give you an opportunity to test and become familiar with your three season gear in a nearby environment before you head north to the mountains; (b) hike with experienced, knowledgeable AMC leaders in a friendly setting;(c) get to know other SHP participants; and (d) practice techniques discussed in the class sessions. We will hike for about 7 miles (including substantial climbing) about -6 hours, including time for lunch and gear discussion. The actual pace will depend upon the group. This hike has a wide variety of terrain, including steep ascents, steep descents and exposed hilltops (with great views of the Boston skyline).

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: blue hills
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Crane Beach, Ipswich

Date: Saturday, April 20 - Saturday, April 20

Moderate pace 5 mile walk, across scenic sand dunes, and along the ocean beach. Beautiful desert landscapes, include pitch pine forest, views of Essex Bay, and sea birds. Walk followed by dinner/social hour at Woodman's Seafood Restaurant, in nearby Essex, at around 2:00pm. Meet 11:00am, at Crane Beach parking lot. Parking Fee. From Route 128, exit 14 in Gloucester, take Route 133 West for 5 miles. Turn right on Northgate Road. Then, turn right on Argilla Road, follow to beach. Leader: Brian Connolly

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Brian Connolly 508-820-7786

Blue Hills Ponkapoag Pond, Canton

Date: Sunday, April 21 - Sunday, April 21

Moderate pace 5-mi. hike around pond, 10:30am-1:30pm. Bring lunch & water. From Rte. 93/128 exit 2A, take Rte. 138 S 0.7 mi. to Ponkapoag Golf Course lot on L. No dogs; non-AMC members $1. Storm cancels. Leader: Beth Mosias

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Beth Mosias 781-335-5034 (7-9pm)

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Mid-week Middlesex Fells Conditioning Hike #1

Date: Wednesday, April 24

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Join us in the middle of the week after work for a conditioning hike in the Middlesex Fells (Fells). Show up for one or all three hikes in the series. Your choice! There is no screening for this hike. Everyone is welcome to join, but you must sign up on REGI. The main goals of this hike are to get your heart pumping, figure out your fitness level, and start (or continue) getting fit so that you can enjoy the later hikes in the SHP even more! If you have some of your hiking gear already (boots, daypack, layers, etc.), feel free to bring it along and try it out. If you don't have your gear yet, that's ok! Just come in your sneakers and workout clothes and join us for a workout. The Fells are a great place to work out in. There are some nice up-and-down rock scrambles for stretching legs and testing boot grip, fantastic views of Boston, and the remains of the 1899 MIT Geodetic Observatory. We'll plan to hike for an hour and a half given the short amount of daylight at that time of year.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: middlesex fells
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Mount Sunapee

Date: Saturday, April 27

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Come join us to hike Mt. Sunapee. While this mountain is known for snowboarding and skiing in the winter months, it offers some great hiking and is closer to Boston than many of the other hikes that we offer in the SHP. We'll be hiking via the Summit trail. The hike is 4.8 miles and 1,300 feet of elevation gain. If the weather cooperates there are great views from the summit, which is at 2,700 feet. This is a beginner, moderately strenuous, instructional day hike intended to: (a) give you an opportunity to test and become familiar with your three season gear before you start hiking longer distances with more elevation gain; (b) hike with experienced, knowledgeable AMC leaders in a friendly setting; (c) get to know other SHP participants; and (d) practice techniques discussed in the class sessions.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: sunapee
Region: New Hampshire, Lakes Region
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Family Hike at Breakheart Reservation Part 1 in Saugus/Wakefield, MA (BHP: Level 1)

Date: Saturday, April 27 - Saturday, April 27

Come join families on an easy 2 mile hike around Breakheart Reservation in Wakefield/ Saugus (9:00 - 12PM) The hike is on wide gravel road and woodsy trails with two small hills that offer a reward with views towards Boston and the ocean. Perfect hike for little ones! Optional - ice cream at Jordan's post-hike.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Breakheart Reservation, Northeast Vocational High School entrance
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Micheal Wainer (wainer18@hotmail.com) , Claudine Kos
Co-Leader: Nicsa Dagger-Cain , Brian Witkov
Trip Difficulty: easy/moderate
Link: Register Here

Charles River Cleanup

Date: Saturday, April 27 - Saturday, April 27

Join AMC Young Members for the Charles River Cleanup, one of the largest single-day river cleanups in the country. We will be volunteering at the Esplanade park near the Hynes Convention Center and Charles/MGH T stops (exact location details to come).

Activity Categories: Conservation, Social Events
Location: Boston, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Katherine Blair (katieblair89@gmail.com)
Co-Leader: Kate Bentsen , Kelleigh Welch
Link: Register here

Cardigan High Cabin Spring Break Weekend Overnight, Alexandrea, NH

Date: Saturday, April 27 - Sunday, April 28

Join a small group of AMC Families at Cardigan High Cabin for the night. Hike in two miles with 1450' elevation gain. The cabin is just under half a mile from the summit of Mt. Cardigan (3,155') w/great views. Spring hiking is awesome with cool temperatures and no bugs. Begin at Cardigan Lodge and hike 2 miles (1,450 elevation gain) to Cardigan High Cabin. Drop overnight gear and continue to the summit. Return to the cabin for games/activities and meal prep. The cabin has a composting toilet and wood stove for heat. Sunday hike back to Cardigan Lodge. The cabin has 12 bunks/mattresses (no pillows)in the main room. There is a dry sink, two burner propane stove, and woodstove to keep the cabin toasty warm. There is no electricity or running water. $50/Adult; $40/child.To register click "register now" or copy and paste this URL-https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2249 into your browser. For questions contact Denise Boucher at denisegirish@yahoo.com or 978-470-0243.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Shem Valley Road, Alexandrea, NH
Region: New Hampshire, Lakes Region
Leader: Rick Gershberg (rgershberg@verizon.net)
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: register here

SPRING WINDSURFING POTLUCK DINNER

Date: Saturday, April 27 - Saturday, April 27

WINDSURFING SPRING POTLUCK DINNER Saturday, April 27, 2019, 7:00PM - 10:00PM Hosts: Jan Soma and Bruce Eisenhut 106 MarkedTree Road Needham, MA 02492. Newcomers welcome. Contact Jan Soma (781-444-2735). Dinner (Bring):Last name A-I main course dishes, J-M desserts, N-T veggies / salads, U-Z appetizers / bread.. Park on one of the side streets as there is no parking on Marked Tree Road Meeting follows dinner.

Activity Categories: Windsurfing
Location: 106 MarkedTree Road Needham, MA 02492
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Janis Soma (somajanis@comcast.net)

Family Hike at Wachusett Mtn, Princeton, MA (BHP, Level 2)

Date: Sunday, April 28 - Sunday, April 28

Join other families for a leisurely hike to the summit of Wachusett Mountain in Princeton, MA! The hike will be approximately 3 miles with roughly 800ft elevation gain. On a clear day, the 360-degree views from the summit and summit tower are lovely! Often known as a downhill ski destination, Wachusett Mtn is located within the 3000-acre Wachusett State Reservation, home to 17 miles of hiking and walking trails (we will only cover about 3 miles, though!). Pack a lunch and join us for a beautiful spring hike! For questions, contact leader Amy Kelliher, amycbkelliher@gmail.com

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Amy Kelliher
Co-Leader: Hillary Berbeco , Elaine Yang
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: Register Here

Blue Hills Ponkapaog Pond Loop Family Hike (BHP: Level 2)

Date: Sunday, April 28 - Sunday, April 28

Join AMC Boston Family Outings for a moderate, 4-mile hike around Ponkapoag Pond in the DCR Blue Hills Reservation. This is flat terrain with minimal elevation gain, and suitable for most school aged kids. We will begin near the golf course and plan 2+hours for the loop. Highlights include the Atlantic White Cedar swamp and the rustic AMC campground area, plus hopefully some fun wildlife sightings. This hike is recommended for ages 5+ due to mileage. Under 5 kids only with prior permission from leader. This hike is part of the AMC Family Beginner Hiking Program (BHP). We encourage you to sign up for BHP if you have not already, however, you aren't required to be part of the program to go on this hike. Cost is free, but pre-registration is required. Questions Contact: Renee Spring, spring3renee@yahoo.com, 857-237-7869.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Lisa Renee Spring (spring3renee@yahoo.com) 857-237-7869, David Powell (davidfreds@beld.net)
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: Register Here

Tues Evening Road Ride- Lexington

Date: Tuesday, April 30 - Tuesday, April 30

Join me for a 15 mile ride leaving from Lexington Common. Meet at 5:45 for a prompt 6pm departure. We will ride roads at a moderate pace of 11-13 mph. Helmets required. You should have a bike in good working order with a spare tube and stuff to fix a flat. Dinner often follows. Rain cancels.

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road
Location: Meet near the Minuteman Statue in the Lexington Common on MA 225 Lexington MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Karen Hall (bikeamc812@gmail.com) 781-271-0654

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Mid-week Middlesex Fells Conditioning Hike #2

Date: Wednesday, May 1

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. join us in the middle of the week after work for a conditioning hike in the Middlesex Fells (Fells). Show up for one or all three hikes in the series. Your choice! There is no screening for this hike. Everyone is welcome to join, but you must sign up on REGI. The main goals of this hike are to get your heart pumping, figure out your fitness level, and start (or continue) getting fit so that you can enjoy the later hikes in the SHP even more! If you have some of your hiking gear already (boots, daypack, layers, etc.), feel free to bring it along and try it out. If you don't have your gear yet, that's ok! Just come in your sneakers and workout clothes and join us for a workout. The Fells are a great place to work out in. There are some nice up-and-down rock scrambles for stretching legs and testing boot grip, fantastic views of Boston, and the remains of the 1899 MIT Geodetic Observatory. We'll plan to hike for an hour and a half given the short amount of daylight at that time of year. Post hike, we'll grab dinner at a nearby restaurant for those interested.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: middlesex fells
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Fast-paced, Show & Go Conditioning Hike Series in Middlesex Fells (5/2)

Date: Thursday, May 2 - Thursday, May 2

Join the leaders for an aggressively-paced hike of the Middlesex Fells. We'll meet at the eastern edge of the Cross Fells Trail (Gate 58) by 5:50 pm to start hiking promptly at 6.00 pm. Each week of this 'Show and Go' hike series, we'll tackle variations of the Rock Circuit and surrounding trails in the eastern section of the Fells. We'll hike until dark (bring a headlamp) at a fast pace to get our heart rates up. Sorry, but no dogs or children are allowed on this hike. This hike does not require registration, but to help us manage group size expectations, please register for the hike if you can. For those that register, we'll send out a reminder email the day before the hike. At a minimum, please bring a pack that can fit an extra layer, rain gear, headlamp, water, and snacks. You will be asked to sign an AMC Waiver at the start of the hike.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Middlesex Fells Rock Circuit Trail
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Christine Malinowski , Paul Terenzi
Trip Difficulty: C1C
Link: Register & More Info Here

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Mt. Watatic

Date: Saturday, May 4

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Mt. Watatic Hike: 1 hike, 2 states, and even more fun. Located in Ashburnham, MA in northern Worcester County, the loop trail gives great views of at least 3 states, with a mix of woods walking through old farmland, old survey markers, and open rocky areas near the summit. There are great views of many peaks in the region, as well as Boston's downtown. No scrambling. A short detour will allow us to set foot in New Hampshire as well. Mt. Watatic is the northern end of the Massachusetts Mid-State Trail, and the southern end of the Wapack Trail in New Hampshire. More strenuous than Blue Hill, less strenuous than the program's NH hikes. Mileage and elevation gain: 3.5 miles of hiking (with an option to extend further up the Wapack Trail) with less than 1000 ft. total elevation gain.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: watatic
Region: Massachusetts, Central
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Family Hike at Breakheart Reservation Part 2 in Saugus/Wakefield, MA (BHP: Level 2)

Date: Saturday, May 4 - Saturday, May 4

Boston Family Outings Beginning Hiking Program BHP 2019 (Level 2) A second of a two part hike. Come join families on an easy 2.5 or 4 mile hike around Breakheart Reservation in Wakefield/ Saugus (9:00 - 2PM) The hike is on wide gravel road and woodsy trails with small hills that offer a reward with views towards Boston and the ocean. Perfect hike for kids who want to experience a longer fun hike with great views, nice trails, without traveling to far from home. Optional - ice cream at Jordan's post-hike. Option if rain - meet at Christopher Dunne Visitor Center off the Lynn Fells Parkway, view stuffed local animals, review of future potential Breakheart hikes and other opportunities (swimming, fishing, etc.) First shorter hike will be on April 27th, see separate hike event.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Breakheart Reservation, Northeast Vocational High School entrance
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Micheal V Wainer , Claudine Kos
Co-Leader: Brian Witkov
Trip Difficulty: moderate
Link: Register Here

Ponkapoag Pond, Canton

Date: Saturday, May 4 - Saturday, May 4

Moderate pace 4 mile walk, around scenic Ponkapoag Pond, with visit to AMC Camp. Pleasant stroll across golf course, on maple tree walkway. Enjoy sit-down break, on the dock at AMC Camp. Walk followed by dinner/social hour at The Lodge Bar & Grill, in nearby Randolph, at around 2:00pm. Meet 11:00am, at Ponkapoag Golf Course parking lot. From Route 93/128, exit 2A, take Route 138 South for 0.7 mile. See Ponkapoag Golf Course parking lot on left. Leader: Brian Connolly

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Brian Connolly 508-820-7786

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Welch Dickey Loop

Date: Sunday, May 5

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. This hike is open to all participants in the Spring Hiking and Backpacking program. This loop trail affords excellent views for a modest effort, with nearly 2 miles of partly open walking at relatively low elevations. On the south ledges of Welch Mountain it runs through the southernmost of one of the few stands of jack pine (Pinus banksiana) that occur in New Hampshire. This is a tree that commonly occurs much farther north and benefits from fires because it releases its seeds most readily after its cones have been scorched (when, presumably, most of its competitors have been killed by the fire). The section that ascends Welch Mountain is often one of the first trails to be clear of snow in spring. However, some of the ledges provide mildly challenging rock scrambles and may be slippery when wet and dangerous in icy conditions, so they must be ascended with caution. Mileage and elevation gain: 4.4 miles distance and about a 1650 foot elevation gain.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: welch dickey
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

SHP PARTICIPANTS ONLY: Mid-week Middlesex Fells Conditioning Hike #3

Date: Wednesday, May 8

This trip is ONLY available to participants of the Spring Hiking Program. Join us in the middle of the week after work for a conditioning hike in the Middlesex Fells (Fells). Show up for one or all three hikes in the series. Your choice! There is no screening for this hike. Everyone is welcome to join, but you must sign up on REGI. The main goals of this hike are to get your heart pumping, figure out your fitness level, and start (or continue) getting fit so that you can enjoy the later hikes in the SHP even more! If you have some of your hiking gear already (boots, daypack, layers, etc.), feel free to bring it along and try it out. If you don't have your gear yet, that's ok! Just come in your sneakers and workout clothes and join us for a workout. The Fells are a great place to work out in. There are some nice up-and-down rock scrambles for stretching legs and testing boot grip, fantastic views of Boston, and the remains of the 1899 MIT Geodetic Observatory. We'll plan to hike for an hour and a half given the short amount of daylight at that time of year. Post hike, we'll grab dinner at a nearby restaurant for those interested.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: middlesex fells
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Morgane Treanton , Casey Ajalat

Fast-paced, Show & Go Conditioning Hike Series in Middlesex Fells (5/9)

Date: Thursday, May 9 - Thursday, May 9

Join the leaders for an aggressively-paced hike of the Middlesex Fells. We'll meet at the eastern edge of the Cross Fells Trail (Gate 58) by 5:50 pm to start hiking promptly at 6.00 pm. Each week of this 'Show and Go' hike series, we'll tackle variations of the Rock Circuit and surrounding trails in the eastern section of the Fells. We'll hike until dark (bring a headlamp) at a fast pace to get our heart rates up. Sorry, but no dogs or children are allowed on this hike. This hike does not require registration, but to help us manage group size expectations, please register for the hike if you can. For those that register, we'll send out a reminder email the day before the hike. At a minimum, please bring a pack that can fit an extra layer, rain gear, headlamp, water, and snacks. You will be asked to sign an AMC Waiver at the start of the hike.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Middlesex Fells Rock Circuit Trail
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Christine Malinowski , Paul Terenzi
Trip Difficulty: C1C
Link: Register & More Info Here

WINDSURFING TRIP TO AVON, NC (HATTERAS ISLAND, OUTER BANKS)

Date: Saturday, May 11 - Saturday, May 18

Stay in 4-bedroom house (High-Wind Lookout) on the shore of Pamlico Sound. Provide your own transportation and equipment. (Rentals are readily available.) Housing cost $350 ($325 for AMC member) pp. Share cooking and cost of food. Water is warm and shallow (3-5 feet deep for more than ½ mile out). Usually a mix of strong and light winds - great for beginners or advanced sailors. This location on the Outer Banks is widely considered to provide the best flat-water sailing in the East. The water is waist-deep to about a half mile out, and it's chest-deep to about a mile out. The house is right on the water, and you can keep your sails rigged all week, so when you want to sail you just grab your rig and board and go. There are 2 windsurfing shops nearby (one in walking distance) that have rental equipment. Typical winds this time of year will vary between 3 and 25 mph most of the time. You usually get some winds in the teens or higher for part of many days. A typical day can have winds in mid-to-upper teens in early morning, light winds in late morning and early afternoon, and strong winds again in late afternoon. The water in the sound will be warm, and the ocean water will be plenty warm for swimming and boogie-boarding. (I will bring two boogie-boards.) The ocean beach is a 10-minute walk or a 2-minute drive from the house. There's also good kayaking and SUPing on the sound, and there are some interesting side trips on Hatteras. Contact Steve Sevcik for more info or to register.

Activity Categories: Windsurfing
Location: Avon, NC
Region: Other U.S.
Leader: Steve Sevcik (sesevcik@gmail.com)

Family Birding Walk at Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Harvard, MA (BHP: Level 1)

Date: Saturday, May 11 - Saturday, May 11

Join us for a morning easy, slow-paced walk, looking for birds, especially warblers, and learning about nature along the way. The hike will last approximately 1.5-2 hours and will cover between 1-2 miles. The beautiful trail follows the Nashua River. At times it can be a little muddy, but there is usually a way around the puddles. Registration is required.

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Location: Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Still River Depot Road, Harvard, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Central
Leader: Carrie McMillen (carriemcmillen@gmail.com)
Co-Leader: Clayton Hobart
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Link: Register Here

Mother's Day Weekend AMC Shapleigh Bunkhouse, Crawford Notch, NH

Date: Saturday, May 11 - Sunday, May 12

Join other families for a weekend in beautiful Crawford Notch, NH! AMC Boston Family Outings has reserved the Shapleigh Bunkhouse (next to the Highland Center) for Saturday night for Mother's Day. Great hiking, socializing, and fun with the family. Spring hiking is awesome with beautiful views, cool temperatures, and no bugs! Hikes will be designed to fit the ages and interests of the kids including a hike up Mt. Willard (3.2 miles RT) with gorgeous views down into Crawford Notch ….a classic "big bang for your buck" hike. We will stay at the 16-bed Shapleigh Bunkhouse which is coed, heated, and includes bathrooms/showers, linens, and a common area. Saturday night dinner will be prepared by the group at the bunkhouse. Sunday breakfast will be buffet style next door at the Highland Center. Sunday lunch will include Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches and fruit and cookies. You can, also, purchase a bag lunch at the highland center or bring your own. Highland Center has a well-stocked gear room. As a participant on this trip you can borrow the items you need for this trip at no charge OR if you want to check out new or different gear you are welcome. Check out what you can borrow: https://www.outdoors.org/lodging-camping/lodges/highland/LL-Bean-Gear-Room-at-AMC-Highland-Center Space is limited to 16; register early so you don't miss out! $75/adult and $55/child 12 and under (non-member $85; $75) includes Saturday night lodging Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast and lunch. To register click "Register Now" or copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2259. Questions contact David Beck, davidbeckrph@comcast.net, (508) 361-0508.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Highland Center, Crawford Notch, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: David Beck (davidbeckrph@comcast.net) 508-361-0508 (10AM to 9PM) , Denise Boucher (denisegirish@yahoo.com) 508-265-3093
Trip Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Link: Register Here

New Members Ride

Date: Saturday, May 11 - Saturday, May 11

Join us for a fun and beautiful approximately 21-mile ride through Acton, Boxborough, Harvard, and Stow. Rolling terrain. Ride will be split into two groups: intermediate (13-16mph) and easy (10-13mph). Ride leaves promptly at 10:00am, Douglas School parking lot, 21 Elm St. Acton, MA. No advance sign-up necessary. Helmet, water, spare tube, and bike in good working order required. Rain cancels, check this website for a cancellation notice. Please arrive by 9:30 so that you can get your bike ready and participate in the safety talk.

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road, Bicycling - Touring
Location: Douglas School in Acton, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Steve Maislin , Robyn Maislin (robyn.maislin@comcast.net)
Trip Difficulty: Two Groups: One about 11mph, Second 14mph average
Link: GPS File

Blue Hills Hike, Milton

Date: Sunday, May 12 - Sunday, May 12

Blue Hills - 5 mile brisk-paced hike along yellow triangle trail with rolling hills, 9:00am-noon. Meet at Houghton's Pond parking lot. From Rte. 93/128 exit 3 (Houghtons/Ponkapoag), go N 0.5 mi. to stop sign, R on Hillside St. 0.2 mi. to Houghtons Pond lot on R. Bring lunch and water. Storm cancels. Leader: Beth Mosias

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Beth Mosias

Mothers' Day Family Walk at Great Brook Farm, Carlisle, MA (BHP, Level 1)

Date: Sunday, May 12 - Sunday, May 12

Celebrate Mom and join other families on a walk through Great Brook Farm State Park! We will walk and hike for about 2 hours through woods and fields, by ponds and streams, and on narrow hiking trails as well as wider walking paths. We will meet at 9:30am. After our hike, you may choose to visit the animals on the working dairy farm or treat yourself at the ice cream stand. Parking fee at this DCR property is $3. For questions, contact leader Amy Kelliher, amycbkelliher@gmail.com

Activity Categories: Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Amy Kelliher (amycbkelliher@gmail.com) , Laurene Poland
Trip Difficulty: Easy walk
Link: Register Here

MONTHLY AMC BOSTON HIKING/BACKPACKING COMMITTEE MEETING

Date: Tuesday, May 14 - Tuesday, May 14

Are you an experienced AMC hiker and curious about how volunteer-led AMC hiking and backpacking activities are governed? The Boston Chapter's Hiking/Backpacking Committee meets monthly to handle such matters as overseeing the chapter's hundreds of hiking/backpacking leaders and leader candidates, coordinating educational programs, administering our finance, setting policy, etc. Interested guests are welcome to sit in. For the particulars, contact Elizabeth Ryan, the chairperson, at chair@hbbostonamc.org. [NOTE: this is not where our leaders and co-leaders coordinate to plan specific outings -- that happens separately between the relevant individuals as each trip idea develops.]

Activity Categories: Meetings
Location: Southborough, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Elizabeth Ryan

Fast-paced, Show & Go Conditioning Hike Series in Middlesex Fells (5/16)

Date: Thursday, May 16 - Thursday, May 16

Join the leaders for an aggressively-paced hike of the Middlesex Fells. We'll meet at the eastern edge of the Cross Fells Trail (Gate 58) by 5:50 pm to start hiking promptly at 6.00 pm. Each week of this 'Show and Go' hike series, we'll tackle variations of the Rock Circuit and surrounding trails in the eastern section of the Fells. We'll hike until dark (bring a headlamp) at a fast pace to get our heart rates up. Sorry, but no dogs or children are allowed on this hike. This hike does not require registration, but to help us manage group size expectations, please register for the hike if you can. For those that register, we'll send out a reminder email the day before the hike. At a minimum, please bring a pack that can fit an extra layer, rain gear, headlamp, water, and snacks. You will be asked to sign an AMC Waiver at the start of the hike.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Middlesex Fells Rock Circuit Trail
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Christine Malinowski , Paul Terenzi
Trip Difficulty: C1C
Link: Register & More Info Here

Family Outings Bag Some Presidential 4,000 Footers with Stay at Mizpah Spring Hut

Date: Saturday, May 18 - Sunday, May 19

Come join us on a 2 day family hike with a stay at Mizpah Spring Hut in Crawford Notch, NH. We will stay at the lovely hut during its self-service season and bag 2 or 3 4,000 footers in the White Mountains. The main route will go over Pierce and Jackson, which are two four-thousand footers with great views, but on the easier side for four-thousand footers. There might also be a chance to go summit Eisenhower depending on the conditions and the pace of the group. All 3 of these summits have stunning views of Mt. Washington, the presidentials and far beyond on a clear day. We will all hike to the hut and drop our gear, then proceed to Mt. Pierce with great views of the presidentials. Once we get to the summit, there might be an option to go to Mt. Eisenhower, depending on the time, weather, and group speed. The next day, we will go up to Mt. Jackson, which boasts more stunning views into Crawford Notch, and then hike down and take a short road walk back to our cars. **Note**: All of the summits in the main plan are above treeline. All plans are subject to change and could be altered if there is poor or dangerous weather. We will stay at the Mizpah Spring Hut. It will be self-service season, so we will carry and make our own food, as well as bring our own sleeping bags. Dinner and breakfasts are included, but participants will need to bring 2 lunches and other trail snacks. We will all make and cleanup dinner and breakfast as a group. There is a full kitchen with plates, cups and silverware at the hut. We will pack out our own trash, which will include unfinished food and all plastic bags/wrappers. The hut is big and family-friendly, with co-ed bunkrooms. This trip is recommended for families with kids 12 and older, but people will be screened by ability, and not by age. Register by clicking on the green "Register Now" button. Cost: $70 for AMC members $80 for non-members

Activity Categories: Backpacking, Hiking
Location: Crawford Notch, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Rick Gershberg (rgershberg@verizon.net) , Claudine Kos (claudinekos05@yahoo.com)
Link: Register Here

WINDSURFING TRIP TO AVON, NC (HATTERAS ISLAND, OUTER BANKS)

Date: Saturday, May 18 - Saturday, May 25

Stay in 4-bedroom house (High-Wind Lookout) on the shore of Pamlico Sound. Provide your own transportation and equipment. (Rentals are readily available.) Housing cost $350 ($325 for AMC member) pp. Share cooking and cost of food. Water is warm and shallow (3-5 feet deep for more than ½ mile out). Usually a mix of strong and light winds - great for beginners or advanced sailors. This location on the Outer Banks is widely considered to provide the best flat-water sailing in the East. The water is waist-deep to about a half mile out, and it's chest-deep to about a mile out. The house is right on the water, and you can keep your sails rigged all week, so when you want to sail you just grab your rig and board and go. There are 2 windsurfing shops nearby (one in walking distance) that have rental equipment. Typical winds this time of year will vary between 3 and 25 mph most of the time. You usually get some winds in the teens or higher for part of many days. A typical day can have winds in mid-to-upper teens in early morning, light winds in late morning and early afternoon, and strong winds again in late afternoon. The water in the sound will be warm, and the ocean water will be plenty warm for swimming and boogie-boarding. (I will bring two boogie-boards.) The ocean beach is a 10-minute walk or a 2-minute drive from the house. There's also good kayaking and SUPing on the sound, and there are some interesting side trips on Hatteras. Contact Steve Sevcik for more info or to register.

Activity Categories: Windsurfing
Location: Avon, NC
Region: Other U.S.
Leader: Steve Sevcik (sesevcik@gmail.com)

Ravenswood Park, Gloucester

Date: Saturday, May 18

Ravenswood Park, Gloucester. Hike for 3-4 hours in this special place which contains many relics of Cape Ann History. We will see a magnolia swamp, mystical rocks in dark woods, glacial erratics, and enjoyment of nature. This is an easy hike going at a very moderate pace taking time to check out Spring flowers and plants. Registration required: L. Barbara Fay, 617-694-5612. Limited to 10. Optional lunch at nearby restaurant. Meeting time: 10:30am.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Glouster, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Barbara Fay 617-694-5612, Ellen Stanley (ellstan@comcast.net)
Registrar: Barbara Fay 617-694-5612

Crane Beach, Ipswich

Date: Saturday, May 18 - Saturday, May 18

Moderate pace 5 mile walk, across scenic sand dunes, and along the ocean beach. Beautiful desert landscapes, include pitch pine forest, views of Essex Bay, and sea birds. Walk followed by dinner/social hour at Woodman's Seafood Restaurant, in nearby Essex, at around 2:00pm. Meet 11:00am, at Crane Beach parking lot. Parking Fee. From Route 128, exit 14 in Gloucester, take Route 133 West for 5 miles. Turn right on Northgate Road. Then, turn right on Argilla Road, follow to beach. Leader: Brian Connolly

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Brian Connolly 508-820-7786

Mine Falls Park

Date: Sunday, May 19 - Sunday, May 19

6-mile easy walk along Nashua River, canal with 1886 gatehouse, spectacular waterfall in 325-acre park, from 9:45am-2:00pm. Bring lunch and water. Route 128 Exit 32, Burlington, to Route 3N toward Nashua. Stay right on Exit 5 lane and take Exit 5A (Simon Street), then left on Simon Street, left on Whipple Street to parking lot at the end. Heavy rain cancels. No dogs. Non-AMC members, $1. Leader: Mark Levine

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Location: Nashua
Region: New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley
Leader: Mark Levine (trailmark@verizon.net)

Blue Hills: Family Hike to Great Blue Hill, Milton, MA (BHP: LEVEL 2)

Date: Sunday, May 19 - Sunday, May 19

Join AMC Boston Family Outings for a moderate family hike beginning at the Mass Audubon Blue Hills Trailside Museum. The two mile loop trail will follow the green dot trail to North Skyline and return via the red dot trail, for an elevation gain of 635 feet. Highlights include the stone Elliot Tower, the weather observatory, and the summit of Great Blue Hill, which is the highest point in the Blue Hills. The Trailside Museum could also be a great pre- or post-hike activity, with indoor and outdoor animal exhibits. This hike is appropriate for school-aged children, ages 5-12+ To register for the hike click on the "Register Now" Button. Questions Contact: Renee Spring, spring3renee@yahoo.com, 857-237-7869.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Lisa Renee Spring (spring3renee@yahoo.com) 857-237-7869, David Powell (davidfreds@beld.net)
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: Register Here

The General Field and Surrenden Farms, Groton

Date: Sunday, May 19 - Sunday, May 19

1:00pm. Come see this unusual conservation area with large open-field habitat and great views to the south and west. We'll also duck into woods for a bit and stroll along the beautiful Nashua River with conservation land on both sides. About 2 hours, moderate pace. Meet at the parking area at the top of the General Field, 42.5871N 71.5858W. Leader: Olin Lathrop

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Olin Lathrop (olin@embedinc.com) 978-742-9014

Tuesday Evening Ride-Concord

Date: Tuesday, May 21 - Tuesday, May 21

Join us for a 15-17 mile ride leaving from the Monument in Concord Center. Meet at 5:45pm for a 6pm departure. We will ride roads at a moderate pace of 12-14 mph. Helmets required. You should have a bike in good working order with a spare tube and stuff to fix a flat. High vis clothing highly recommended. Dinner often follows. Rain cancels.

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Evening, Bicycling - Road
Location: Concord, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Karen Hall (bikeamc812@gmail.com) 781-271-0654 (before 9pm)
Co-Leader: ALIZA EDWARDS

Fast-paced, Show & Go Conditioning Hike Series in Middlesex Fells (5/23)

Date: Thursday, May 23 - Thursday, May 23

Join the leaders for an aggressively-paced hike of the Middlesex Fells. We'll meet at the eastern edge of the Cross Fells Trail (Gate 58) by 5:50 pm to start hiking promptly at 6.00 pm. Each week of this 'Show and Go' hike series, we'll tackle variations of the Rock Circuit and surrounding trails in the eastern section of the Fells. We'll hike until dark (bring a headlamp) at a fast pace to get our heart rates up. Sorry, but no dogs or children are allowed on this hike. This hike does not require registration, but to help us manage group size expectations, please register for the hike if you can. For those that register, we'll send out a reminder email the day before the hike. At a minimum, please bring a pack that can fit an extra layer, rain gear, headlamp, water, and snacks. You will be asked to sign an AMC Waiver at the start of the hike.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Middlesex Fells Rock Circuit Trail
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Christine Malinowski , Paul Terenzi
Trip Difficulty: C1C
Link: Register & More Info Here

Memorial Weekend Hiking in White Mountains

Date: Friday, May 24 - Monday, May 27

Join us for three days of hiking at beginning and intermediate level on White Mountains National Forest trails. $365 covers 3 nights lodging at Mountain Fare Inn in Campton, NH, 3 breakfasts, 2 happy hours, 2 dinners. Leader:

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Campton, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Nancy DiMeo (bndimeo@gmail.com) 978-649-6255 (Before 9:00 p.m. EST) , Robert DiMeo (bndimeo@gmail.com) 978-649-6255 (Before 9:00 p.m. EST) , Sarah Adams
Co-Leader: Tod Leedberg
Registrar: Nancy DiMeo (bndimeo@gmail.com) 978-649-6255 (Before 9:00 p.m. EST)
Trip Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate
Link: http://www.mountainfareinn.com/

Beal Island Canoe & Sea Kayak Weekend

Date: Friday, May 24 - Monday, May 27

Tidewater Canoe and Sea Kayak Camping Weekend. Easy paddling, good food and informal instruction available. This is a good introduction to a Tidewater Paddling area that is ideal for sea kayaking. We have the option of both introductory and advanced canoe or sea kayak day trips from Beal Island. Enjoy happy hour and dinner around a campfire. Moonlight paddle if water permits. Deposit required.

Activity Categories: Paddling - Canoeing, Paddling - Flatwater, Paddling - Sea Kayaking
Location: Beal Island, Georgetown, Maine 04548
Region: Maine, Southern and Mid-Coast
Leader: Kenneth Kaiser (kkaiser@alum.mit.edu) 978-664-5984 (before 9 pm)
Co-Leader: Donna Jean Kaiser
Link: AMC Boston Paddlers

Memorial Day Weekend in the White Mountains

Date: Friday, May 24 - Monday, May 27

Biking in the beautiful White Mountains of NH. Daily rides ranging from 25-60 mi. on rolling to hilly terrain. Stay at comfy ski lodge. Cost of $170 including three nights lodging, three breakfasts, two dinners. Lodging is bunk rooms with shared bath, supply your own bedding. Register online with link below.

Activity Categories: Bicycling
Location: North Conway, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Jack Donohue (jmdonohue@alum.mit.edu) , Susan Grieb
Link: Register

Spring Cycling in the Berkshires

Date: Friday, May 24 - Monday, May 27

Join us for 25-50 mile led road rides over scenic, hilly country roads on both sides of the scenic Taconic Range along New York-Massachusetts-Vermont border (10-13 mph easy pace, but intermediate hilly terrain). Previous group cycling experience in hilly terrain highly recommended, though not necessary for strong flatland cyclists. $238-$288 per person includes 3 nights lodging in a relaxing country home (linens, blankets & towels included), 3 breakfasts, 2 happy hours & dinners Saturday & Sunday (meals fit for a foodie!). See "Cost" below for more information. For more trip details and to register, contact Aldo. This is a very popular trip that can fill many months in advance. Cancellations do occur, wait listing advised. This trip also takes place on the Labor Day and Columbus Day weekends (posted as "Labor Day Cycling in the Berkshires" and "Fall Cycling in the Berkshires"). If the Memorial Day weekend is not available in your schedule, check out these other weekends. (Map below shows location of town center, not trip lodging site. Directions will be sent to registered participants only.)

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road
Location: Hancock
Region: Massachusetts, Berkshires
Leader: Aldo Ghirin
Co-Leader: Glenn Barnes
Trip Difficulty: Easy Pace (10-13 mph) but Intermediate Terrain
Link: AMC Boston Chapter Bicycling Committee Calendar

Family AMC Lonesome Lake Hut Memorial Day Weekend, Franconia Notch, NH

Date: Saturday, May 25 - Monday, May 27

Are you and your family ready for the fun and adventure of staying overnight at an AMC hut and summiting a New Hampshire 4000 footer? Spend two nights at the family-friendly Lonesome Lake hut, one of the most accessible in the Whites, and summit North Kindsman on the second day. On Saturday we will hike 1.6 miles (and gain 1000' vertical feet) to the hut at a kid friendly pace. The route crosses 2 bridges and features a few mild rock scrambles, and the incline is moderated by switchbacks. Along the way, we will stop for snacks, look at nature and enjoy the views. Once at the hut, we have free time to explore, enjoy the breathtaking views of the Franconia Ridge across the pristine glacial lake, relax, or take an optional 0.8 mile hike around the lake before dinner. On Sunday we will have a leisurely-paced hike up to North Kinsman (4293'), which is 2.5 miles from the hut with an elevation gain of 1500'. This is a great trip for families with children ages 5+ with some hiking experience. Lonesome Lake Hut is self-service this time of year. Accommodations include a bunk w/pillow (note - bunk rooms are co-ed). Participants help carry group gear and prepare group meals. Lodging, dinners, happy hour, and breakfasts included. Price $165/person. You are responsible for your lunch both days and trail snacks.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Lonesome Lake, White Mountains, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Stacia Biel (amcstacia@gmail.com) 617-835-6532, Robin Swift (robinswift@gmail.com) 978-577-8754
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: Register

Family Overnight Backpack to AMC Zealand Falls Hut, White Mtns, NH

Date: Sunday, May 26 - Monday, May 27

Join us for a night at Zealand Hut, one of AMC's easiest huts to access. The hut, with co-ed bunkrooms, is spectacularly situated on the side of Zealand Valley near Zealand Falls at the northern end of the Pemigewasset wilderness. We will hike in via the Zealand trail which is 2.8 miles and 650 ft. gain. Carry your sleeping bag, lunches and snacks, water and gear. The group will carry in supplies for dinner and breakfast and prepare it together in the hut kitchen. This trip is appropriate for children > 4 years with adults who can hike 2.8 miles on a relatively flat trail. Cost: $67 per participant.

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Location: Zealand Falls Hut, Zealand Notch, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Carrie McMillen (carriemcmillen@gmail.com) , Liz Little (lizklittle@gmail.com)
Trip Difficulty: easy
Link: Register Here

Blue Hills, Ponkapoag Pond

Date: Monday, May 27 - Monday, May 27

4 mi. mod.-paced hike, 10:30am-1:30pm. Bring lunch+water. I-93/Rte. 128 exit 2A to Rte. 138S for 0.7 mi. to Ponkapoag Golf Course pkg lot on L. Storm cancels. No dogs; non-AMC $1. Leader: Beth Mosias

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Beth Mosias 781-335-5034 (7-9pm)

Fast-paced, Show & Go Conditioning Hike Series in Middlesex Fells (5/30)

Date: Thursday, May 30 - Thursday, May 30

Join the leaders for an aggressively-paced hike of the Middlesex Fells. We'll meet at the eastern edge of the Cross Fells Trail (Gate 58) by 5:50 pm to start hiking promptly at 6.00 pm. Each week of this 'Show and Go' hike series, we'll tackle variations of the Rock Circuit and surrounding trails in the eastern section of the Fells. We'll hike until dark (bring a headlamp) at a fast pace to get our heart rates up. Sorry, but no dogs or children are allowed on this hike. This hike does not require registration, but to help us manage group size expectations, please register for the hike if you can. For those that register, we'll send out a reminder email the day before the hike. At a minimum, please bring a pack that can fit an extra layer, rain gear, headlamp, water, and snacks. You will be asked to sign an AMC Waiver at the start of the hike.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Middlesex Fells Rock Circuit Trail
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Christine Malinowski , Paul Terenzi
Trip Difficulty: C1C
Link: Register & More Info Here

Mt Washington: Alpine Exploration from AMC's Lakes Of The Clouds Hut

Date: Friday, May 31 - Sunday, June 2

Spend three days, two nights exploring Mt Washington's Alpine zone as spring arrives. We will hike up to AMC's Lakes of the Clouds Hut on the shoulder of Mt Washington. We will enjoy this uniquely situated hut while exploring the summit, the alpine garden, and surrounding peaks. We hope to leave plenty of time to savor the expansive views of this beautifully harsh environment and explore the historic buildings of Mt Washington's summit. We will climb Mt Monroe nearby and on the last day hike the ridge line out, summiting Mt Eisenhower before we descend. Cost includes 2 nights high mountain hut lodging, 2 home style dinners and 2 breakfasts prepared by the hut "Croo". Contact Ann Hargleroad, ahargleroad@gmail.com to register. Cost $276.94/member or nonmember.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Mt Washington, New Hampshire
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Ann Hargleroad (ahargleroad@gmail.com) , Ellen Stanley (ellstan@comcast.net)
Registrar: Ann Hargleroad
Trip Difficulty: Strenuous

Boston Chapter Bicycle Rally

Date: Saturday, June 8 - Saturday, June 8

The 41st annual AMC Boston Chapter Bicycle Rally will be held at Verrill Farm in Concord on Saturday, June 8, 2019. It is a wonderful opportunity for cyclists of all levels to get together to begin the summer bike season. Come help us celebrate. This year there will be rides from 16 to 50 miles on beautiful rolling terrain. After the rides, riders can enjoy an outdoor happy hour with appetizers, beer, wine, and soft drinks followed by dinner. Dinner will be served under a tent on the grounds. We will have a sumptuous dinner with vegetarian option. For more information go to this page: http://www.amcboston.org/bicycle/bikerally.php Registration fee includes led rides from 16 to 50 miles, happy hour with beer, wine and soft drinks followed by dinner. Registration Fee: AMC Members $40 Non-members $50 Registration required. To register go here: http://amcboston.org/bicycle/rally/rallyreg.php

Activity Categories: Bicycling
Location: Verrill Famr, Concord, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Jack Donohue (jmdonohue@alum.mit.edu)

Horse Hill Nature Preserve, Merrimac, NH

Date: Sunday, June 9 - Sunday, June 9

A 6 mi. forest hike over two prominent hills on well maintained trails Some ledges and steep ascents. 9:30am-2:00pm. This area is approx 14mi north of the NH/MA border. Head north on Rte. 3 toward Nashua, NH. and at the state line continue on the Everett Tpk. Take Exit 11, turn left onto Continental Blvd and then right at the first cross street onto Amherst Rd. Parking on left just under 3 mi. GPS address is 184 Amherst Rd, Merrimac, NH. Leader: Mark Levine

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Region: New Hampshire, Merrimack Valley
Leader: Mark Levine

MONTHLY AMC BOSTON HIKING/BACKPACKING COMMITTEE MEETING

Date: Tuesday, June 11 - Tuesday, June 11

Are you an experienced AMC hiker and curious about how volunteer-led AMC hiking and backpacking activities are governed? The Boston Chapter's Hiking/Backpacking Committee meets monthly to handle such matters as overseeing the chapter's hundreds of hiking/backpacking leaders and leader candidates, coordinating educational programs, administering our finance, setting policy, etc. Interested guests are welcome to sit in. For the particulars, contact Elizabeth Ryan, the chairperson, at chair@hbbostonamc.org. [NOTE: this is not where our leaders and co-leaders coordinate to plan specific outings -- that happens separately between the relevant individuals as each trip idea develops.]

Activity Categories: Meetings
Location: Billirica, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Elizabeth Ryan

Mt. Madison

Date: Saturday, June 15 - Sunday, June 16

Enjoy a night at the hut at the base of Mt Madison Hike up/down via Valley Way from the Appalachia trailhead to Madison Hut. Followed by the Osgood Trail to the summit. Mount Madison is a 5,367 foot mountain-Elevation gain 4,100 feet. Leader(s) Teresa Pagliuca pagliuca.t@gmail.com Steve Dennen stevedennen@gmail.com

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Thompson, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Teresa Pagliuca (pagliuca.t@gmail.com) , Steven Dennen (stevedennen@gmail.com)
Trip Difficulty: A3A
Link: REGISTER HERE

Blue Hills: Family Skyline Loop Hike, Milton, MA (BHP LEVEL 3)

Date: Saturday, June 15 - Saturday, June 15

Join AMC Boston Families on a BHP level 3 hike of approximately 3 miles. We will depart the Houghton Pond area on the red dot trail to Buck Hill, then return via the North Skyline trail. Red dot hikes in the Blue Hills cover rugged, hilly terrain providing a more challenging hike. This hike is appropriate for school-aged children ages 7-12+, preferably with some recent hiking experience. The Houghton Pond recreation area is a possible post-hike family activity with a playground, concession stand, swimming and picnic area. To register click on the "Register Now" Button above. Questions contact leader, Lisa Renee Spring, spring3renee@yahoo.com. 0r 857.237.7869

Activity Categories: Hiking
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Lisa Renee Spring (spring3renee@yahoo.com) 857-237-7869, David Powell (davidfreds@beld.net)
Trip Difficulty: Moderate
Link: Register Here

Ipswich River Paddle

Date: Sunday, June 16

Meet at 9:00 AM on Sunday morning at the Topsfield Fairgrounds PARKING LOT Entrance on Rt. 1 in Topsfield MA. If you are coming from the south, take Rt. 95 to Rt. 1 in Topsfield. Continue driving north on Rt. 1. You go down a long hill to the bottom where Rt. 1 crosses the Ipswich River. It is not obvious that you have crossed the Ipswich River, look carefully. Immediately ahead on the right is the Fair Grounds Parking Lot Entrance. You should see a number of vehicles there with canoes on the roof. We will shuttle to the launch, which is on Rowley Bridge road. Then we shuttle the vehicles to the take out which is at the Bradley Palmer State Forest. We get on the river by 10:00 am and take out about 3:30 to 4:00 pm. Bring: canoe or kayak, lunch, drink, water, sun screen, bug repellent, EYEGLASSES RETAINER STRAP, sun hat, life jacket If you need a boat, please let the leaders know ASAP. If you want to car pool please let the leaders know ASAP. Rain date is June 23

Activity Categories: Paddling - Canoeing, Paddling - Flatwater
Location: Ipswich River
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Kenneth Kaiser (kkaiser@alum.mit.edu) 978-664-5984 (Before 9 PM) , Donna Jean Kaiser 978-604-1501
Link: AMC Boston Paddlers Website

Bike Truro!

Date: Friday, June 21 - Sunday, June 23

June 21 - June 23. Bike Truro! Stay in the Truro Hostel on outer Cape Cod nestled in the seaside with ocean views. Arrive on Friday pm for a happy hour, spend Saturday and Sunday biking to Provincetown & around the Cape (up to 35 miles @ 11-14 mph). $170.00 includes 2 nights lodging, 2 happy hours with dinner and 2 breakfasts. L Joyce Bailey (freshair2b@gmail.com), L Rachel Neuwirth (rbn8000@yahoo.com)

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road, Bicycling - Touring
Location: Truro, MA
Region: Massachusetts, Cape Cod
Leader: Joyce Bailey (freshair2b@gmail.com) , Rachel Neuwirth (rbn8000@yahoo.com)
Registrar: Joyce Bailey (freshair2b@gmail.com)
Trip Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate
Link: Truro Hostel - Cape Cod

Walden Pond, Concord

Date: Saturday, June 22 - Saturday, June 22

Moderate pace 5 mile walk, across grassy meadows and through hemlock forest, to scenic Walden Pond. Visit a cove, once inhabited by Henry Thoreau. Enjoy sit-down break, on the shore of Walden. Walk followed by dinner/social hour at China Ruby Restaurant, in nearby Maynard, at around 2:00pm. Meet 11:00am, at Lincoln Train Station commuter parking lot. From Route 2, take Route 126 South for 2 miles. Turn left on Codman Road, follow to end. Turn left, see Train Station on left. Leader: Brian Connolly

Activity Categories: Walks
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Brian Connolly 508-820-7786

Groton Hills, Groton

Date: Sunday, June 23 - Sunday, June 23

1:00pm. Come explore this large chunk of conservation land with varied topography, including beaver ponds, meadows, upland, and eskers. About 2 hours, moderate pace. Meet at the trailhead in the northeast end of a parking are on Chicopee Row roughly across from Fertiledale Drive, 42.6324N 71.5472W. Leader: Olin Lathrop

Activity Categories: Hiking, Walks
Location: Groton
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Olin Lathrop (olin@embedinc.com) 978-742-9014

AMC Gentle Hiking and Summer Theater Weekend in NH's White Mountains

Date: Friday, July 12 - Sunday, July 14

We will be staying at Mountain Fare Inn, in Campton, NH. Hike on Saturday and Sunday. Saturday evening, we will eat dinner at a local restaurant prior to attending "Titanic the Musical" at Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, NH. "Titanic' swept away the 1997 Tony Awards...winning Best Musical, Best Script and Best Score. $250 covers 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, restaurant dinner, and theater ticket. Ls. Kathy Didier, 603-726-3553, kathydidiertravels@yahoo.com and Marilyn Pomerantz, 603-254-5826, mobilemarilyn0223@gmail.com

Activity Categories: Hiking, Music, Social Events
Location: Campton, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Kathy Didier (kathydidiertravels@yahoo.com) 603-726-3553 (Before 9:00 p.m. EST) , Marilyn Pomerantz (mobilemarilyn0223@gmail.com) 603-254-5826 (Before 9:00 p.m.EST)
Registrar: Kathy Didier (kathydidiertravels@yahoo.com) 603-726-3553 (Before 9:00 p.m. EST)
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Link: Mountain Fare Inn

Franconia Ridge Loop with stay at Greenleaf Hut

Date: Saturday, July 13 - Sunday, July 14

Join the leaders for a classic White Mountains loop with a stay at the AMC's Greenleaf Hut. On day 1, we'll hike up Falling Waters Trail, passing many waterfalls, and then along the Franconia Ridge to Little Haystack Mountain. We'll then continue on the Franconia Ridge Trail, which is above treeline and part of the Appalachian Trail (AT), over to Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Lafayette, two NH 4,000 footers. From Mt Lafayette, we'll hike down to Greenleaf Hut for dinner. On day 2, we'll have breakfast at the Hut and will either finish the loop, by hiking out via Old Bridle Path, or re-hike the ridge, depending on the group. Total elevation gain will be 3,425 ft while total mileage will be 8.9 miles over the 2 days. Register at REGI link https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2329.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Greenleaf Hut
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Paul Terenzi (firemanpaul@comcast.net) 781-389-8115 (before 10 pm) , Christine Malinowski
Trip Difficulty: A3A
Link: Registration and more details here

Presidential Ridge Hike with Stay at Lakes of the Clouds Hut

Date: Saturday, August 3 - Sunday, August 4

A unique opportunity to stay at the Lakes of the Clouds Hut, near Mt. Washington. Come join the leaders on this fun hike on the presidential ridge. We'll start early on Saturday morning on the Crawford Path Trail, which is the oldest maintained footpath in the United States. We will hike up to Mt Pierce then across open ledges with magnificent views in all directions to Mt. Eisenhower, which again has excellent views, then on to Mt. Monroe, passing over Mt. Franklin on the way and ending at Lakes of the Clouds Hut for dinner. On Day 2 we will have breakfast and then head out again on the Crawford Path to Mt. Washington (1.6 miles) where we'll stop for views and snacks (bring your lunch money) and then head down Jewell Trail. Register at REGI link https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2330.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: Mount Washington, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Paul Terenzi (firemanpaul@comcast.net) 781-389-8115 (before 10 pm) , Christine Malinowski
Trip Difficulty: A3A
Link: Registration and more details here

AMC Gentle Hiking and Summer Theater Weekend in NH's White Mountains

Date: Friday, August 9 - Sunday, August 11

We will be staying at Mountain Fare Inn, in Campton, NH. Hike on Saturday & Sunday. Saturday evening, we will eat dinner at a local restaurant prior to attending a musical production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" at Jean's Playhouse in Lincoln, NH. $250 covers 2 nights lodging, 2 breakfasts, restaurant dinner, and theater ticket. Ls. Kathy Didier, 603-726-3553, kathydidiertravels@yahoo.com and Marilyn Pomerantz, 603-254-5826, mobilemarilyn0223@gmail.com

Activity Categories: Hiking, Music, Social Events
Location: Campton, NH
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Kathy Didier (kathydidiertravels@yahoo.com) 603-726-3553 (before 9:00 p.m.EST) , Marilyn Pomerantz (mobilemarilyn0223@gmail.com) 603-254-5826 (Before 9:00 p.m.EST)
Registrar: Kathy Didier (kathydidiertravels@yahoo.com) 603-726-3553 (Before 9:00 p.m.)
Link: Mountain Fare Inn

Bicycle Tour of Lake Champlain Island 5th Annual

Date: Friday, August 16 - Sunday, August 18

All the charm of Lake Champlain Islands in 35-65 flat miles over scenic Vermont pavé roads (read: some unpaved sections), country stores, Adirondack & Green Mountains views, & dips in refreshing lake water. The trip has all ingredients for relaxing yet active weekend: several stops at state parks, scenic views at every turn, multiple stops for locally fresh food, & frequent beach stops for opportunities to dip in the water. Plan on three days of riding: Friday morning through Sunday afternoon. On one of the days we will cross into Canada: bring your passport & appropriate visa for non US citizens. The Inn at the Isles is rustic with basic amenities & services, similar to a two-star motel. Food is fresh, water view is beautiful, & hosts are friendly. The Old Schoolhouse is a charming hostel of thee old classrooms with no more than six people same gender, twin beds, no bunks, blackboards, books, gracious hostess, & delicious breakfast.

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road, Bicycling - Touring
Location: 2925 W Shore Rd, Isle La Motte, VT 05463, USA
Region: Vermont, Green Mountains
Leader: Rami Haddad (mcccxxv@me.com) , Karen Hall (bikeamc812@gmail.com) , Emily McPhillips
Registrar: Rami Haddad (mcccxxv@me.com)
Trip Difficulty: Intermediate-Advanced
Link: Trip report from 4th Annual

Labor Day Cycling Weekend in the Berkshires

Date: Friday, August 30 - Monday, September 2

Join us for 25-50+ mile led road rides over scenic, hilly country roads on both sides of the scenic Taconic Range along NY-Mass border (10-13 mph easy pace, but intermediate hilly terrain). Previous group cycling experience in hilly terrain highly recommended, though not necessary for strong flatland cyclists. $238-$288 per person includes 3 nights lodging in a relaxing country home, 3 breakfasts, 2 happy hours & dinners Saturday & Sunday (meals fit for a foodie!). See "Cost" section below for more information. For more trip details or to register, contact Aldo. This is a very popular trip that can fill many months in advance. Cancellations do occur, wait listing advised. This trip also takes place on the Memorial Day and Columbus Day weekends (posted as "Spring Cycling in the Berkshires" and "Fall Cycling in the Berkshires"). If this weekend does not work in your schedule, please check out these other dates. (Note: Location shown on map is the general location of the town of Hancock; it is not the location of the lodging site. The lodging location will be sent only to registered participants.)

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road
Location: Hancock
Region: Massachusetts, Berkshires
Leader: Aldo Ghirin
Co-Leader: Susan Feist
Trip Difficulty: Easy Pace (10-13 mph minimum)/Intermediate Terrain
Link: AMC Boston Chapter Bicycling Committee Website

Family Outings Committee Meeting and Trip Planning, Newton, MA

Date: Wednesday, September 25 - Wednesday, September 25

Join us Wednesday evening September 25 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Auburndale Library in Newton for our Family Outings Committee and Trip Planning Meeting. Light refreshments. Public meeting open to all. Great opportunity to get to know the group. 6:30 - 7 pm or 7:30 pm we discuss committee business and big events coming up 2020 (New Year Celebration and Equipment Sale, Beginner Hiking Program BHP, and Leader Appreciation Dinner/Awards Ceremony). This is followed by a general trip planning. Bring your ideas. Teens welcome to join. Younger kids welcome but they will need to be able to entertain themselves quietly. Our meeting and trip planning agenda is more for adults. To register click "Register Now" or copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2235. For questions contact Carrie McMillen, carriemcmillen@gmail.com.

Activity Categories: Hiking, Meetings
Location: Auburndale Library, 375 Auburn Street Auburndale MA 02466
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Carrie McMillen (carriemcmillen@gmail.com) , David Powell (davidfreds@beld.net) 781-858-5546 (NCA 9.00) , Amy Kelliher (amycbkelliher@gmail.com) , Jeanne Blauner (jablauner@comcast.net) 978-202-5606
Co-Leader: Renee Spring (spring3renee@yahoo.com) 857-237-7869, Liz Little (lizklittle@gmail.com) 267-240-2849
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Link: Auburndale Community Library, Newton, MA

Bicycle Tour de Force of Maine

Date: Friday, September 27 - Sunday, September 29

Buckle your helmet, clip your shoes, turn on your camera, & join us on a tour de force. This is not to rest & relax. Rather, it is to jam pack all the best that Maine has to offer in one weekend: rocky coast, lobster, lighthouses, diners, Bar Harbor, bakeries, Acadia National Park Drive, frigid water dip, & Mt Desert. It will even coincide with Adventure Cycling Association's Bike Your Park Day. We will celebrate our public lands on Saturday with a ride through Acadia National Park. We leave Boston Friday morning to arrive Rockland for early lunch. We start the ride at 12:00 before returning for dinner. Lodging will be in the same location for two nights near Rockland. We travel on Saturday for a tour of Park Drive & Mt Desert, dinner in Bar Harbor, & travel back to sleep. Our final day will bring us to Portland for a lighthouse studded tour, early dinner in downtown Portland, & drive back to Boston. Distances are 50-80km daily at intermediate & advanced options, including the famous carriage gravel roads in Acadia. Reserve your own lodging-we will recommend a group site. Pay as you go for park entrance fees, meals, & other expenses. We drive close to four hours daily-we will help with plan to share a car.

Activity Categories: Bicycling
Location: Rockland, Maine
Region: Maine, Southern and Mid-Coast
Leader: Rami Haddad , Mike Barry
Trip Difficulty: Intermediate & advanced options available

Fall Foliage Waterfall Hike with stay at Zealand Falls Hut

Date: Saturday, October 5 - Sunday, October 6

Join us on this fall foliage hike to view Zealand Falls, Thoreau Falls, Ripley falls, and Aresthusa Falls. We will hike to AMC's rustic Zealand Hut by Zealand Falls enjoying a family style dinner (and breakfast the following day) cooked by the hut's "croo". If we choose, we can hike up to Zeacliff for expansive views. The next day we tour the remaining cascades hiking approximately 11 miles out. Each cascade is uniquely different. Thoreau falls tumbles far down the far reaching Pemigewasset Wilderness. Ripley Falls flows widely over smooth rock, Aresthusa falls is 140 feet tall, second tallest falls in NH, (only surpassed by the seasonal Dryad falls of the Mahoosuc range.) Bring your lunch and we can enjoy the views! Cost includes hut stay, dinner, breakfast. Contact Ann Hargleroad, ahargleroad@gmail.com. $150.46 member/nonmember.

Activity Categories: Hiking
Location: White Mountains
Region: New Hampshire, White Mountains
Leader: Ann Hargleroad (ahargleroad@gmail.com) , Ellen Stanley (ellstan@comcast.net)
Registrar: Ann Hargleroad (ahargleroad@gmail.com)

Fall Cycling in the Berkshires

Date: Friday, October 11 - Monday, October 14

Join us for 25-50 mile led road rides over scenic, hilly country roads on both sides of the scenic Taconic Range along NY-Mass border (10-13 mph easy pace, but intermediate hilly terrain). Enjoy the beauty and color of New England's showiest season! Previous group cycling experience in hilly terrain highly recommended, though not necessary for strong flatland cyclists. $238-$288 per person includes 3 nights lodging in a relaxing country home, 3 breakfasts, 2 happy hours & dinners Saturday & Sunday (meals fit for a foodie!). See "Cost" section below for more information. For more information or to register contact Aldo. This is a very popular trip that fills many months in advance. Cancellations do occur, wait listing advised. This trip also takes place on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends (posted as "Spring Cycling in the Berkshires" and Labor Day Cycling Weekend in the Berkshires"). If this trip does not fit with your schedule, please check out these other weekends. (Location shown on map below is a place holder; the actual lodging location will be given to registered participants before the trip start date.)

Activity Categories: Bicycling, Bicycling - Road
Location: Hancock
Region: Massachusetts, Berkshires
Leader: Aldo Ghirin
Co-Leader: Glenn Barnes
Trip Difficulty: Easy Pace (10-13 mph)/Intermediate Hilly Terrain
Link: AMC Boston Chapter Bicycling Committee Website

Family Outings Committee Meeting and Trip Planning, Newton, MA

Date: Wednesday, November 20 - Wednesday, November 20

Join us Wednesday evening November 20 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at the Auburndale Library in Newton for our Family Outings Committee and Trip Planning Meeting. Light refreshments. Public meeting open to all. Great opportunity to get to know the group. 6:30 - 7 pm or 7:30 pm we discuss committee business and big events coming up 2020 (New Year Celebration and Equipment Sale, Beginner Hiking Program BHP, and Leader Appreciation Dinner/Awards Ceremony). This is followed by a general trip planning. Bring your ideas. Teens welcome to join. Younger kids welcome but they will need to be able to entertain themselves quietly. Our meeting and trip planning agenda is more for adults. To register click "Register Now" or copy and past this URL into your browser: https://regi.amcboston.org/event/2236. For questions contact Carrie McMillen, carriemcmillen@gmail.com, ?(617) 447-4333?.

Activity Categories: Hiking, Meetings
Location: Auburndale Library, 375 Auburn Street Auburndale MA 02466
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Carrie McMillen (carriemcmillen@gmail.com) , David Powell , Amy Kelliher (amycbkelliher@gmail.com) , Jeanne Blauner (jablauner@comcast.net) 978-202-5606
Co-Leader: Renee Spring (spring3renee@yahoo.com) 857-237-7869, Liz Little (lizklittle@gmail.com) 267-240-2849
Trip Difficulty: Easy
Link: Register Here

Boston Chapter ActDB > REGI Test Link

Date: Monday, June 1

Boston Chapter ActDB > REGI Test Link

Activity Categories: Meetings
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Leader: Jeffrey Carlson
Link: Register Here