When: Sunday, October 29, 9:30 am
Where: Southfields, NY
About the Hike:
From at a kiosk at the northwest corner of the parking area, follow the aqua-blazed Long Path along the north shore of Lake Skannatati on a rocky footpath through a mountain laurel thicket. In half a mile, the trail bends away from the lake, crosses Pine Swamp Brook, and soon passes a huge rock ledge on the right. About 1.3 miles from the start, you’ll climb to a junction with the yellow-blazed Dunning Trail (laid out in 1933 by Dr. James M. Dunning, a volunteer with the Appalachian Mountain Club).
Level of Difficulty: Moderate
Time Length: Estimated 3.5 hours
After the Hike:
We would love to invite back all of our attendees to Seven Lakes Station Taproom and Bar for a cold one.