Naturalist Audrey Hyson will lead a CATS hike called “Mosses, Ferns & Fungi—Oh My!” on August 17 on the Flying Squirrel Trail. Champlain Area Trails (CATS) is hosting a hike led by popular ADK naturalist Audrey Hyson, Saturday, August 17, 2019, on the Flying Squirrel Trail, … [Read more...] about CATS Hosts “Mosses, Ferns & Fungi—Oh My!” Hike with Audrey Hyson
Champlain Area Trails (CATS)
Champlain Area Trails creates and maintains free cross-country hiking/skiing/snowshoeing trails in the Adirondacks' Champlain Valley. Rapidly approaching its goal of a 30-mile trail loop between Westport and Essex, New York Champlain Area Trails trails pass through a rich tapestry of preserved wildlife habitats, pastoral farmland, historic villages, and scenic woodlands. The following posts featured or mentioned Champlain Area Trails (CATS). Enjoy!
New CATS Summer Trail Steward: Logan Van Buren We’re pleased to introduce Logan Van Buren as CATS Summer Trail Steward, assisting Bill on the maintenance of trails with its seemingly endless mowing this summer, plus pruning trails, putting up trail signs, exploring new trails, … [Read more...] about Meet CATS Summer Trail Steward Logan Van Buren
The CATS Grand Hike travels through the gorgeous forests and beautiful pastures of the Champlain Valley. (Credit: CATS) Champlain Area Trails (CATS) announced the route for the 2019 Grand Hike on May 11 which includes revisions to the route sure to please both veteran Grand … [Read more...] about Champlain Area Trails Announces Route for 2019 Grand Hike
Will you join the 2019 CATS Grand Hike? (Credit: CATS) First 2019 Grand Hike registration received! The Grand Hike is Saturday, May 11—and we just received the first registrationooray! Join with many more and hike 14 miles from Westport to Essex and the Block Party at the … [Read more...] about Planning Underway for CATS 2019 Grand Hike from Westport to Essex
[Note: "How does one recognize an old-growth forest in the Adirondacks?" was written by Robert "Bob" Leverett of Native Tree Society, and appears on this blog with permission. Thanks to the Old-Growth Forest Network for sharing this fact sheet. Thanks also to Rob Leverett for … [Read more...] about How does one recognize an old-growth forest in the Adirondacks?