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Showshoe Hike on Indian Head Mountain (One of the 3500' Peaks)
Jan
25
8:00 AM08:00

Showshoe Hike on Indian Head Mountain (One of the 3500' Peaks)

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REGISTRATION: Pre-Registration via email is required
FEE: $25 per participant (pay now or at the event)
EQUIPMENT: Bring your own snowshoes, microspikes and gear

This 6.25 mile loop hike over Indian Head Mountain will offer participants an opportunity to climb Indian Head Mountain (3,573’), one of the 35 peaks in the Catskill Mountains over 3500 feet.

This is a strenuous hike for experienced hikers. The trail will be snow and ice covered. The trail features a number of very steep sections. Participants should be comfortable with the use of snowshoes and microspikes (depending on conditions).

Attendees should be dressed properly in synthetic layered clothing and outerwear, wearing proper wintertime footwear and bring their own snowshoes and microspikes. Attendees should also bring:

  • Headlamp/flashlight with extra batteries

  • Winter hat and gloves

  • Water and snacks

Any questions about the specific clothing or gear items should be directed to hikeonguides@gmail.com or 508-277-3172. Details about the meeting location will be provided after registration.

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Full Moon Snowshoe Trip on the Kaaterskill Rail Trail
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Full Moon Snowshoe Trip on the Kaaterskill Rail Trail

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REGISTRATION: Pre-Registration via email is required
FEE: $10 per participant (pay now or at the event)
EQUIPMENT: Bring your own snowshoes and gear

Join Hike On Guides as we enjoy a night time snowshoe along the Kaaterskill Rail Trail between the Mountaintop Historical Society campus and the Kaaterskill Falls viewing platform under the full moon.

This 3.5 mile round-trip snowshoe follows a relatively level route along the former route of the Ulster & Delaware Railroad and is perfect for all abilities.

Attendees should be dressed properly in synthetic layered clothing, wearing proper footwear and bring their own snowshoes. Attendees should also bring:

  • Headlamp/flashlight with extra batteries

  • Winter hat and gloves

  • Water and snacks

Any questions about the specific clothing or gear items should be directed to hikeonguides@gmail.com or 508-277-3172. Details about the meeting location will be provided after registration.

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