Saturday November 3, 2018
AT Boundary Monitoring
This coming Saturday November 3 is a scheduled Appalachian Trail Boundary Monitoring work day.
Canceled Due To Forecast
We will meet at 8:30 a.m., where the AT crosses Cape Moonshine Road (Cape Moonshine Road runs between NH Rte 25A and Rte 25C - the trail crosses about 3/4 miles north of the Cape Moonshine/Atwell Hill intersection), and will be working the westerly boundary to the south of there. Please bring warm clothes, your own lunch, and gloves. Since we'll be off-trail, most folks will want sturdy boots and long pants.
Bernie Waugh (DOC AT Boundary Volunteer Coordinator)
603-359-9126 (voice or text)
September 22, 2018
NATIONAL PUBLIC LANDS DAY
You are cordially invited to work with the Southern Appalachian Work Center on 22 September, 2018 in celebration of National Public Lands Day.
The Southern Appalachian Work Center will be assisting Rocky Fork State Park in their efforts to build new hiking trails inside the Park, as well as commemorate volunteer conservation of all public lands.
If you would like to participate, we will be meeting at the parking area at the main entrance of Rocky Fork State Park at 8:30am, and we will be working until approximately 3pm. The work day will consist of side hill trail and rock step construction inside the park, and it will be an excellent opportunity to enhance your trail building skills.
All trail building tools and personal protective equipment will be provided by Rocky Fork State Park and the Southern Appalachian Work Center; therefore, please come prepared to participate and celebrate via a full day of trail work, and all you'll need to bring is lunch and water.
Jim Chambers <email@example.com>
'Cool Breeze' Joe Fennelly gives directions to his trail crew during the 2016 Hard Core work trip at Scales, Va., high up in the Virginia Highlands. A handful of ALDHA members usually takes part in the work trip that occurs on the tail end of Trail Days. (Photo by Bill O'Brien)
Southern Appalachian Work Center
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Georgia Appalachian Trail Club
The Georgia club's Web site, with maps of the Georgia section of the Appalachian Trail.
Nantahala Hiking Club
The Nantahala club maintains about 60 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Nantahala National Forest, N.C.
Smoky Mountains Hiking Club
Members maintain the A.T. through Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carloina and Tennessee.
Carolina Mountain Club
The CMC covers the stretch of the A.T. from Davenport Gap north to Spivey Gap, Tenn.
Tennessee Eastman Hiking Club
The Tennessee Eastman Hiking and Canoeing Club maintains 127 miles on the Appalachian Trail.
Mount Rogers A.T. Club
The group maintains from Damascus, Va., to Va. Route 670, just north of Trimpi shelter.
Piedmont A.T. Hikers
Piedmont Appalachian Trail Hikers, or PATH, is based in North Carolina and maintains a stretch of trail in Virginia.
Virginia Tech Outing Club
Club members in Blacksburg, Va., maintain about 30 miles from Garden Mountain to Lickskillet Hollow.
Roanoke A.T. Club
This club oversees the A.T. from Lickskillet Hollow to Blackhorse Gap, about 131 miles.
Natural Bridge A.T. Club
The group that maintains 88 miles of the A.T. around Peaks of Otter is now on the Internet.
Tidewater A.T. Club
The Tidewater Appalachian Trail Club has jumped into Web waters with its own page.
Old Dominion A.T. Club
This group maintains from Reeds Gap to Rockfish Gap in Virginia, a run of about 17 miles.
Potomac Appalachian Trail Club
PATC's home page is quite the audio-visual wonder. You can also read their newsletter.
Mountain Club of Maryland
Members maintain the stretch from Pine Grove Furnace State Park, Pa., to the Susquehanna River.
Keystone Trails Association
The KTA in Pennsylvania is the umbrella organization that covers a number of different hiking clubs.
Cumberland Valley A.T. Club
One of the newest clubs, this group oversees the Cumberland Valley and what is left of the old road walk.
Batona Hiking Club
This Philadelphia-based group maintains 8.6 miles from Fox Gap at Pa. 191 to Wind Gap, Pa.
Allentown Hiking Club
From Tri-County Corner to Bake Oven Knob, this club maintains about 12 miles of trail.
Blue Mountain Eagle Climbing Club
They do maintain a good chunk of trail from Rausch Creek to Lehigh Furnace in Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia Trail Club
This group covers the ridgeline from Lehigh Furnace Gap to Little Gap, about 10.2 miles.
Delaware Valley Chapter, AMC
Hiking, camping, skiing, snowshoeing and other activities of this active chapter.
York Hiking Club
This club maintains a short stretch from Pa. Route 443 south to the Susquehanna River.
Wilmington Trail Club
Members maintain the A.T. from Fox Gap to Delaware Water Gap, a distance of about 7 miles.
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference
Now based in New Jersey, this club maintains the A.T. through two states, from the Delaware River to the Connecticut border.
AMC - Connecticut Chapter
The Connecticut chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club, which goes from New York to Sages Ravine.
AMC - Berkshire Chapter
The Western Massachusetts branch of the AMC maintains the A.T. through the Bay State.
Green Mountain Club
Based in Vermont, the GMC maintains the fabled Long Trail, including the 100 or so miles that carry the A.T.
Dartmouth Outing Club
This legendary group of students, alumni and area residents maintain unique shelters and privies along 76 miles of trail.
Appalachian Mountain Club
AMC maintains a wide variety of hiking trails through its various chapters, including in the Whites, Delaware Valley, Mass., Conn. and Maine.
The Randolph Mountain Club
This club promotes the enjoyment of the Randolph, N.H., area and is the newest addition to the ATC's trail maintaining clubs.
The Maine A.T. Club
The club has posted its official home page, complete with photos, updates, and other news.