Upcoming Snowshoe Activities

18
Jan
Black Mountain Loop – Moderate
Saturday
Pike Brook Road trail head Clemons, NY, NY
We will start at the Pike Brook Road trail head and follow the red blazed trail markers to the summit. From there, we will go down to the Black Mt. Pond trail and follow Lapland Pond trail. We will…
18
Jan
Little Bigelow Snowshoe\/Hike
Saturday
ME
Snowshoe to the 3,040 ft summit of Little Bigelow. This is a moderate 7 mile out and back hike with 1,920 ft of elevation gain. We will have beautiful, panoramic views of Sugarloaf, the Bigelow Range,…
18
Jan
Winter Hike – Speck Mtn. in Grafton Notch
Saturday
Grafton Notch, Maine, ME
Hike\/snowshoe to the summit of Speck Mtn. (4170 ft.) in Grafton Notch State Park via the AT for a round trip distance of 7.6 miles and elevation gain of 2720 feet. This is a strenuous hike suitable…
18
Jan
NH Chapter Family Fun Winter Martin Luther King Day Weekend – Noble View Outdoor Center
Sat, Jan 18 – Mon, Jan 20
Noble View, MA
Spend a fun-filled family oriented two-night Martin Luther King Day weekend with the NH Chapter AMC Family group at AMC's Noble View Outdoor Center from Saturday, January 18th – Monday, January…
18
Jan
Killington Peak via Bucklin Trail 2D7.2(H)
Sat, 8 AM – 4 PM
Bucklin Trailhead, VT
As part of the Young Members' MLK weekend winter celebration in Killington, VT, let's gear up and climb Killington Peak, one of the 4,000-footer peaks! All the event details (schedules,…
18
Jan
Lunch & Drink Social @ Killington Peak Lodge – Dining at 4,241'
Sat, 12 PM – 1 PM
Killington Peak Lodge, VT
Why bother hiking 7.2 miles with 2,519 feet in elevation gain in brutal wintery conditions when you can simply hop on a gondola hassle-free to reach the summit in minutes, enjoy the breath-taking…
19
Jan
Hike, West Rock Ridge State Park, New Haven, (B3B\/C)
Sunday
495 Blake St., New Haven, CT
Meet at 11:45 a.m. for a 12:00 p.m. departure from the parking lot by the footbridge behind the Elm City Montessori School, 495 Blake St., New Haven, at the corner of Valley Street, for this 5- to…
19
Jan
VT: Mt. Ellen & Abraham via Jerusalem\/LT\/Battell
Sun, 7 AM – 4 PM
Battell Trailhead, VT
Let's hit two more 4,000-footer peaks towards the winter NE67 while we are in Vermont! This hike, being an one-way thru hike, requires shuttle and carpooling. Please let the leader know 1) if you…
20
Jan
Blue Hills Ponkapoag Pond, Canton
Mon, 10 AM – 2 PM
MA
Moderate pace 5-mi. hike\/snowshoe around pond, 10:30am-2:00pm. 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. If no snow, bring…
23
Jan
Hike the Boroughs – Boroughs Loop Trail (West Section BLT1)
Thursday
MA
Western section of the new Boroughs Loop Trail. EASY to MODERATE hike of about 7 miles at a pace of 1.5-2.0 mph on generally easy forest terrain. Winter clothing and boots required, plus snowshoes and…

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Maine Wilderness Lodges

Ski lodge to lodge or explore our 120-mile backcountry trail network, and enjoy a private cabin, sauna and home cooked meal at days end.

Zealand Falls Hut

A 6.0-mile ski along the Zealand Road and Zealand Trail lead to our hut during caretaker season. Bring a winter sleeping bag, your own food, and use our kitchen.

Cardigan Lodge

Cardigan Lodge features 50-miles of backcountry skiing trails. Meals are served on winter weekends, or use our kitchen mid-week.

Highland Center

Ski out our back door onto the Bretton Woods Nordic ski trail network, or enjoy downhill skiing at nearby Bretton Woods or Attitash ski areas. Discounted trail passes available.

Joe Dodge Lodge

Backcountry trails leave from our lodge, or enjoy x-c skiing at nearby Great Glen Trails. Wildcat ski area is short drive away, discount passes available.

Noble View Outdoor Center

Noble View Outdoor Center offers self service lodging in the Pioneer Vallery and 34 miles of trails on a 360 acre reservation. Trails are suitable for snowshoeing and x-c skiing.

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