One day 10 mile pack hike in beautiful Oaji, CA. Easy to moderate hike along the beautiful Ojai Valley trail with plenty of shaded areas.

Hike Coordinator Email
England25@sbcglobal.net

Easy 10 mile terrain – grass, gravel and wooded walkway on rolling hils

Manassas National Battlefield,
Henry Hill Visitor Center, Manassas VA

Map: http://www.hikingupward.com/ovh/manassasbullrun/images/Map.pdf

 

Hike Coordinator Name
Hildy Ferraiolo

Hike Coordinator Phone
(703) 431-6588

Hike Coordinator Email
hferraiolo@gmail.com

Hike Coordinator Name
laurie Raynor-Carmody
Hike Coordinator Phone
(631) 793-8094
Hike Coordinator Email
lcarmodyr@aol.com

The Upper Charles Trail spans more than 20 miles, connecting the communities of Milford, Ashland, Hopkinton, Sherborn and Holliston along a former CSX rail bed. The trail is being developed in sections over two counties—Middlesex and Worcester

 

Hike Coordinator Name
Josh Gauthier
Hike Coordinator Phone
(774) 261-3445
Hike Coordinator Email
matchlikememorie@live.com
Event fee
10$

CRSC Spring Back-To-Back Pack Hikes

Saturday, April 21 & Sunday, April 22, 2018

Pack Hike Coordinator: Gary Stetler – stetler.gary@gmail.com

Location: Myeerah Nature Preserve, 7405 St. Rt. 540, Bellefontaine, OH
http://www.ci.bellefontaine.oh.us/myeerah-nature-preserve.html

 

Entry packet: http://crookedriverswissyclub.com/images/events/2018_SpringPackHike.pdf

Easy gradual trail, part of the Lehigh railroad bed. Cinder path easy for beginners Some pretty views of Cayuga Lake depending on weather and foliage.

 

Hike Coordinator Name
Karen Pyle
Hike Coordinator Phone
(315) 524-2915
Hike Coordinator Email
Kpyle@rochester.rr.com
Event fee
$15
Date(s) of Pack Hike
Saturday – May 12, 2018 and Sunday – May 13, 2018 (10 mile option)
Event Name
Spring is Here 2 Day Back-to-Back Pack Hike
Sponsoring Club
Mid Atlantic Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Club
Hike Location/Address/Directions/Map
Columbia Trial: Townships of Clinton, Lebanon, Tewksbury and Boros of Califon and High Bridge
P1 – Commons Park, 79 Main Street, High Bridge 08829
To reach the west, or High Bridge, end of the trail from I-78, take the exit for State Route 31 North. Turn right on West Main Street. After crossing under the railroad tracks, turn left. Trailhead parking is on the left just past the borough hall.P2 – 362 West Valley Brook Road, Califon 07830
Parking is available at the east end of the trail at Bartley Road in Washington Township. Or, to reach the trail in Long Valley: from I-287, take the exit for US 206/202 North. Bear left to remain on US 206. Turn left onto SR 24. Follow SR 24 by turning right onto Schooleys Mountain Road. The trailhead parking lot is on your left.

Brief Trail Description
Trail surfaces: Crushed Stone
Trail category: Rail-Trail
Hike Coordinator Name
Denise Mitterando
Hike Coordinator Phone
(908) 707-8859
Hike Coordinator Email
fotodoc@optonline.net
Event fee
$20 per dog per day (Single hike) / $30 for two day back to back hike

First is an out a mile 1/2 and back, then it’s a 4 mile loop with steady gain to a view of Pikes Peak almost 45 miles away. There’s plenty of shade along the hike, being up in the foothills it’s cooler also. Other than a 1/2 mile across road to the campground and back, the rest of the hike’s trails do not allow mountain bikers. Mild to moderately used trails in the park.

The hike will take the Songbird and Chickadee to the campground and a bit past to a turnaround point and back for 3 miles. Then an Elkhorn, Oxen Draw, Eagle’s View, Raven’s Roost 4 mile loop. The main lot is the exit point for the loop and the other 2 lots down the road are exits for the 1.5 mile out and back. There’s over 1000 feet of gain to count for the other mile. 

Reynolds Park, 14008 S Foxton Rd, Conifer, CO 80433.
https://www.jeffco.us/1429/Reynolds-Park

 

Hike Coordinator: Ed Simstone – Simstone@msn.com

The Shadow Pine Trail is nice and shady with little gain. The other trails are a service road of gravel and another trail has a 100 yard boardwalk. The mountain bikers are allowed but without the downhill thrill it’s mostly family’s not the speed demons. Horse traffic is minimal. Moderate usage of hikers, a smaller parking lot keeps the crowds low. Trailhead has shelters and flush toilets.

 

https://www.jeffco.us/1220/Flying-J-Ranch-Park

Flying J Ranch Trailhead
9661 County Highway 73
Conifer, CO 80433

 

Hike Coordinator Name
Ed Simstone

Hike Coordinator Phone
(303) 806-9412

Hike Coordinator Email
Simstone@msn.com

Event fee
$15 for both days, $10 for Saturday 1 day 10 mile.

Hike Coordinator Name
Kelly Lovley
Hike Coordinator Phone
(413) 218-7085
Hike Coordinator Email
kelly@prismgsmd.com
The Robert Frost Trail, Walt Whitman Trail and Connecting Trails owned by the town of Amherst, and the town of Amherst Water Supply.
We will start at 9 Round Hills Road and parallel January Hills Rd, to the Atkins Reservoir which is seen on the Section 8 Robert Frost Trail Map, we will take the loop counterclockwise trail around the reservoir and Joining the RFT at the south end of the lake, we will then take the RFT across Pratt Corner Road to the base of Poverty Mountain, we will then reverse back in the RFT to the Walt Whitman Trail which we will take to the end (Flat Hills Rd) then reserve back to the RFT and follow the RFT until it reaches Flat Hills Road, then we will reverse again and follow the RFT back to the south end of the Atkins Reservoir, and then take the loop trail and January Hills back to the start point. The trail was mapped via GPS for a full moon hike in 2010 for a total of 10.2 miles.