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  Last Sunset Hike
 Moderator: Steven Wilkinson
Register
12-31-2019
03:00 pm - 04:30 pm
FREE 20 18

We plan to take a hike then enjoy the last sunset of 2019 as it goes down over the ocean!  We expect to step off at 3:00 p.m. and make about a four mile loop through the Provincelands returning for sunset at 4:18 p.m. on the beach.  The terrain is sand dunes with a few long, slow climbs on the paved path. 

Register by December 27th, including your electronic mail address and telephone number, so I can let you know of more details or if, on the 31st, plans change, potentially, due to the weather.  I can be reached, via electronic mail, to [email protected] prior to the 28th.

Happy New Year!

  Beach Day - Horseneck State Park
 Moderator: R Scott Hawkins
08-17-2019
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Join Chiltern Mountain Club for our annual Chiltern Beach Day at Horseneck Beach State Reservation in Westport Point, MA.
Typically about 35-45 people come to the CMC's annual beach day. Members and guests come from CT, MA, NH, RI, & VT.  The club is planning to have a canopy tent for shelter from the Sun. While the event starts about 10am, people show up slowly all morning long, so join us anytime.
Parking
The parking fee is $13 per car for MA residents and $20 per car for non-residents.
What to bring?
Most importantly, Sunscreen, plenty of water, and of course your bathing suit. If you're able, please bring snacks and liquid refreshments (non-alcoholic, of course) to share.

How to find us on Horseneck Beach?
The beach is nearly 3 miles long and parking is approximately in the middle. From the bathhouse and snack bar, take a right at the end of the boardwalk, heading west (towards RI). Follow the paved road (partially covered by sand) and pass through the second major opening in the dunes to the beach, and we usually set up near here on the beach. We may not be able to display any signage (it's against reservation policy), but we are usually the only group with a large, 10'x10' canopy tent.
Info & Traveling:
Click here (http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dcr/massparks/region-south/horseneck-beach-state-reservation.html) for complete details about the beach and reservation. If you're on Facebook, please use the event wall to post comments if you are looking to carpool or find a ride if you don't have a car. Click here (http://www.massdot.state.ma.us/highway/TrafficTravelResources/ParkandRideMap.aspx) for a map of park-and-rides throughout Massachusetts.
Directions:
Many people today seem to have some kind of GPS device or use online maps and directions service, so I'll spare the detailed directions. In a nutshell, to get to Horseneck Beach State Reservation, make your way south via I-95, I-495 or Route 24 to I-195 near Fall River, MA. From I-195 take exit 10 for Route 88 south and that’ll bring right to the reservation!
Calls
Please do NOT wait to call me Saturday morning. One, I might be driving. Two, reception is horrible at the beach. I will not be able to hear you if I attempt to answer.
Contact Scott  if you have any questions. You can reach me by cell/text, 508-685-2499 or [email protected] , also, but please do not wait until Saturday morning to call me.
**Rain Date: Sunday, August, 18**

  BLOCK ISLAND CYCLING (+HIKING)
 Moderator: Gary Norman
Register
09-28-2019
10:30 am - 07:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Please join Jonathan, Ron, and me for a day of cycling 15 miles around the beautiful rolling countryside of Block Island.  Most riding will be on paved roads but there are a couple of miles on dirt where larger tires might be better.  Highlights include North Lighthouse, Southeast Lighthouse, Black Rock Beach and Mohegan Bluffs. Or you can make a weekend out of it and book local accommodation for the nights of Friday 27 and Saturday 28 September or Sunday night 29 September for a nice long weekend).

  Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary Hike
 Moderator: Steven Wilkinson
Register
12-20-2019
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
FREE 15 12

Please, join us at Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary in Natick, Massachusetts (web site: https://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/broadmoor ) for an easy hike. We plan to explore about five miles of trails to complement the hike we did in August. You may want to bring something to drink. We'll plan to step off on Friday, December 20th, at 10:30 a.m.. Parking and admission for Audubon members is free. Non-members are $6 for adults, $4 for seniors (65+) and $4 for children (2-12).   Unfortunately, no dogs are allowed.

Register by December 18th, including your electronic mail address and telephone number, so I can let you know of more details or if, on the evening of the 19th, plans change, potentially, due to the weather.  I can be reached, via electronic mail, to [email protected] prior to the 20th.

  Fall Camping Jamboree
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
08-30-2019 - 09-02-2019
04:00 pm - 12:00 pm
FREE 20 10

The club has reserved five sites around a field. Moose Brook is in the heart of the northern White Mountains. There are activities for all with plenty of mountain trails from easy to very strenuous. Kayaking is available at Lake Umbagog and the Androscoggin River. There are plenty of places to go mountain biking including the Presidential Rail Trail.

  Water Country - Wednesday!!
 Moderator: Elizabeth Willis
08-21-2019
10:30 am - 05:00 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

Join Liz for a fun filled day at Water Country in Portsmouth, NH!  The park is open daily from 10:30AM to 5:00PM.

Ticket prices:
Admission is $44.99 at the gate.
Admission is $39.99 if you order the ticket on the Water Country website
Admission is $34.99 if you order from groupon.com

Water Country charges $5 for parking.

 

  Brimfield Antique Market Walk
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
09-07-2019
11:00 am - 03:00 pm
FREE 20 20

This event has been CANCELLED due to unforeseen events. We plan ongoing next year!

  Walden Pond Hike & Swim
 Moderator: Josiah Richards
08-24-2019
09:00 am - 01:00 pm
FREE 12 9

Walden Pond, Concord MA, Hike and Optional Swim (easy/moderate)

We will start with a hike through the Walden Pond Reservation and beyond to Fairhaven Bay, approximately 4 miles total and fairly level. Then there will be an optional refreshing swim, laying on the beach, reciting of quotes by Henry David Thoreau, and picnic on the beach at Walden. The Reservation encompasses 333 acres of undeveloped woods surrounding the pond, which is a 103-foot deep glacial kettle hole pond. On the web, check out: http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dcr/massparks/region-north/walden-pond-state-reservation.html. Please bring your lunch as there’s no place to purchase food on the Reservation. Carpooling encouraged as the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) parking lot fills quickly.

RSVP soon as only the first 12 people will be able to attend due to DCR rules. With confirmation, you’ll get rendezvous location and directions.

  Walk the Wachusett
 Moderator: David Houle
Register
10-26-2019
11:00 am - 04:30 pm
FREE 30 30
  Fall Activity Day, Colt State Park, Bristol, RI
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
Register
10-20-2019
10:12 pm - 10:13 pm
FREE Unlimited Unlimited

We are off to Colt State Park, an amazing seaside venue in Bristol, RI, for this years Fall Activity Day. Details coming.

  East Bay Bike Path
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
Register
09-29-2019
10:00 am - 04:00 pm
FREE 25 23

Join Liz and Love for an easy 20 mile bike ride along the shores of Narragansett Bay. We will ride from East Providence to Briston, RI  

Problems Registering, please  contact at [email protected] and let your trip leader know your planning on attending

  Cool Weather Camping Weekend
 Moderator: Elizabeth Willis
Register
10-11-2019 - 10-14-2019
03:00 pm - 11:00 am
FREE 25 24
  Tidemarsh Wildlife Sanctuary hike and Alison O'Leary Lecture
 Moderator: Tom Delisle
Register
10-19-2019
11:00 am - 02:00 pm
FREE 20 19

Join librarian Thomas Cumminsky for an easy hike at Tidemarsh Wildlife Sanctuary in Plymouth. The hike will be about an hour and half long. Following the hike there is a lecture by author Alison O'Leary at nearby Manomet Library.