Suffern to Kakiat Park (B 6.3 B)
dim. 3 février à 15:30
LEADER: Roy Wooters [masked] or [masked]) RATING: B 6.3 B Start 9:30 AM at Kakiat Park. Shuttle to trailhead of the SBM in Suffern. Hike back to Kakiat Park via SBM and Kakiat trails. Traction devices may be required and proper cold weather clothing (no cotton) is required. Severe weather cancels. TC Map 118. Advance registration and answers to the RSVP questions are REQUIRED. Note that most signups are via our printed schedule at hudsonhikers.org and that we typically have 10-20 people on any given hike. If you show up at this hike without receiving advance confirmation of your registration, you'll be removed from our Meetup group. Our full hike schedule can be viewed on our website at adknjr.org ( http://www.adknjr.org/ ), and some hikes are also posted on our Facebook ( https://www.facebook.com/pages/North-Jersey-Ramapo-ADK/113791815368324 ) page. After attending two hikes/events, please consider joining the North Jersey Ramapo Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club ( https://www.adk.org/membership/join/ ) to support our outdoor recreation and conservation activities. Membership comes with a variety of benefits including a 10% discount at Ramsey Outdoor; our annual holiday party and social; special events such as our traditional day-outing to the Mohonk Mountain House; a subscription to ADK’s bi-monthly magazine, Adirondac; and the opportunity to contribute to the preservation and extension of hiking lands and viewsheds in our region. New hikers are strongly encouraged to select hikes appropriate to their capabilities. North Jersey Ramapo Chapter hikes are rated for pace (A, B or C), mileage, and terrain (A, B or C), with "C" designating easier hikes and "A" more challenging ones. We recommend that new hikers should first try a "C" or short "B" hike before undertaking a more difficult one; otherwise, you may not fully enjoy the hiking experience. If you have any doubts, please contact the hike leader in advance. Pace Ratings:
A = Fast - 2.5 mph or faster
B = Moderate - about 2 mph
C = Easy - 1.5 mph or less Distance: Noted in miles Terrain Ratings:
A = Strenuous, long/steep climbs and descents,
possible rock scrambling
B = Moderate climbs and descents
C = Generally flat with little elevation change For example, a hike rated “B 7 A” is a moderately paced hike of approximately 7 miles with steep climbs and/or descents and possible rock scrambling. If you join us for a hike, please understand that you are responsible for your own preparedness, including ensuring that the hike is appropriate for your level of fitness, that you wear the proper clothing, and bring the proper gear, food and water (see the ADK's recommended Hiking Essentials ( https://www.adk.org/play/hiking-information/hiking-essentials/ ) and guidelines, below). Leaders have the right, responsibility and sole discretion to refuse any hiker he/she deems to be not properly attired, prepared, or otherwise fit to safely complete the hike. HIKERS' GUIDELINES: Risks: As with all physical activities, hiking involves hazards. Persons participate at their own risk and will be asked to sign a statement acknowledging that fact before starting the hike. Prior to the hike please advise the leader of any medical condition or physical impairment that could affect you during the hike. Footwear and Clothing: Wear clothing suited to the weather and carry extra garments for unexpected weather conditions. Dress in thin layers so that you can adjust the number of layers as required to maintain comfort. Wear comfortable, sturdy boots/shoes. Do not wear cotton garments in winter. Drink and Food: Adequate hydration is important year round. Drink frequently during the hike. Carry food to enjoy during the midday lunch stop. Dog Hikes: Pets are not permitted on hikes unless the hike description clearly states that it is "dog friendly." If it is, all hikers with dogs must abide by park leash regulations.
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