Fri, Oct 21 - Sun, Oct 23: Stone Valley Trail Work Trail work will consist of trail maintenance and some new construction. Beginners and experienced trail workers alike are encouraged to help with building and maintaining trails. Difficulty level will depend on which project that you are involved in; some projects will be very strenuous, other projects such as installing trail markers are easy. Call Mark Simon 315-262-2571 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun, Oct 23: Red Sandstone Trail Work Trail work will consist of trail maintenance and some new construction. Beginners and experienced trail workers alike are encouraged to help with building and maintaining trails. Level 2/3 Contact Blair Madore 315 261 0751 or email@example.com for details.
Sat, Nov 5: Map and Compass Class Bought a compass but not sure how to use it? Lack of practice made you rusty? Totally lost and want to be found? Here’s the solution: attend this basic M and C course. We’ll practice map-to-compass and vice versa, concluding with a short bushwhack, probably at Higley State Park. Bring compass and a snack, you’ll be home for late lunch (we hope!). Members only. Easy. John Omohundro, 315-244-9131.
Sat, Nov 12: Azure Mountain “Hike and Dine” We’ll do a late season climb of Azure Mountain, followed by a late lunch at a local restaurant. Depending on conditions, microspikes or similar footwear may be required. 2 miles RT, 944 elevation gain. Level 2. Contact Tom Ortmeyer (315-265-8219, firstname.lastname@example.org) for details.
All-Club Outing Calendar listing all outings from all chapters. If our chapter isn’t going there soon, another chapter may be.
Laurentian Chapter Candidates Announced
The Nominating Committee proposes candidates for VP - Conservation, VP - Outings, VP - Membership, and Treasurer. Vote will be held at the Chapter’s annual meeting Sunday November 13
2017 Eastern Canada Extended Outings Being Planned
The Laurentian Chapter is considering two outings of about a week to eastern Canada in late August – mid-September 2017: hiking the High Gaspe, QC, and hiking/paddling at Mt. Carleton Provincial Park, NB