CATS and Northeast Wilderness Trust are sponsoring Tyler Socash’s talk titled, “7,000 Miles to a Wilderness Ethic” on Friday, November 17, 6-8 pm at the Whallonsburg Grange.
It’s quite a story. After years of hiking here in the Adirondacks, Tyler went on a yearlong 7,000-mile trek across the Pacific Crest Trail, New Zealand’s Te Araroa and the Appalachian Trail. He’ll talk of mountaintop euphoria, unexpected trail magic, encounters with long-distance legends, heartbreak and renewal.
Tyler Socash is a native Adirondacker and the Outdoor Skills Coordinator for the Adirondack Mountain Club. This will be a fascinating talk you will want to see.
This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
CATS Trails in Winter
As the weather turns chilly, CATS trails are a fabulous places to get outdoor exercise without having to commit hours and hours or even all day. You can hike, see a fabulous view (no leaves on the trees gives you an even further range) and get home for a cup of hot chocolate.
That’s part of what makes the CATS network of trails so special: short hikes and great views.