Explore Split Rock Mountain: A 3,700-Acre Lakeshore Gem!
Join us for an exciting day of moderate to difficult hiking at Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest. We’ll follow scenic trails through mature forests to stellar Lake Champlain views.
This event will feature two guided hikes: one moderate trek to a lower lookout with less elevation gain suitable for those interested in a shorter and easier walk; and one more difficult route with twice the elevation gain and a short, steep rocky trail section at the very end. We will describe the routes and allow participants to choose a hike based on their previous hiking experience and fitness level.
For more about the Lake Champlain Land Trust's role in the conservation of Split Rock Mountain Wild Forest, including historical maps, photos, and a timeline of key events, visit our NEW Saving Split Rock Mountain webpage.
What: Moderate to Difficult Hike (3 or 4 miles round-trip)
Where: Lewis Clearing Bay Trailhead, Westport, NY
(We will do our best to facilitate carpooling from the Charlotte, VT Ferry Dock.)
When: Saturday, September 14, 2019
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
What to bring/wear: Hiking boots, long pants, water bottle, and camera.
Note: Due to limited parking at trailhead, space is limited. RSVP required: (802) 862-4150 or firstname.lastname@example.org