The SIXTH Annual Celebrate Champlain Area Trails Event is less than 2 weeks away and it promises to be another fabulous day. Please join us as we celebrate making trails and saving land in the Champlain Valley.
This annual day of hiking and celebrating takes place on National Trails Day to recognize the progress in making trails that increase enjoyment of the outdoors and enhance our communities.
The event takes place on Saturday, June 6th from 4 – 7 PM at the Barn at Block House Farm in Essex, NY. The featured speaker will be Tony Goodwin, Adirondack Trail Pioneer, author of Adirondack Trail Guides, a founder of the Adirondack Ski Touring Council, and the Jackrabbit Trail. Tony is the executive director for the Keene-based Adirondack Trail Improvement Society, which shares CATS’ goal of developing trails that link communities, connect people with nature, and promote economic vitality.
During the program, we offer a children’s hike for all ages. After Tony’s remarks and the kids’ hike we will have a reception with delicious local food and drinks.
Everyone is welcome! Admission is $15 per person, $30 per family with pre-registration. At the door, the cost is $20 per person, $40 per family. You can reserve your space and buy your tickets by clicking here.
Join us for the morning hike from 8:45-11 am at Cheney Mountain that we co-host annually with the Moriah Chamber of Commerce. You can see three spectacular views after a short hike up the mountain. Directions are on the CATS map and our website.
Hope to see you on National Trails Day!
CATS Executive Director
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