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Thursday 7/3/2014 - 7/6/2014 4 days Canoeing & Camping
Saranac Lakes, Adirondacks, NY
Saranac Lake Islands provide miles and miles of boating recreation and direct access to four other lakes through a set of locks which allow your vessel to be raised or lowered to the right water level. The camp sites are located on islands and accessible only by canoes. Only primitive toilets are available. Canoe rentals are available in the nearby town. You are responsible to find your own boating partner. You will arrange your own camping equipment and transportation to the campground. Limit to 20 people. Members have priority. Register before 6/5/14. Fees: Members $25, Non-members $30, Children (under 12) $8.
Meeting Time/Place: Contact leaders for details
Leaders:
Steve Huang/Bert Santos

Friday 7/4/2014 - 7/6/ 2014 Independence Day Family Camping
Buttermilk Falls State Park. Finger Lakes Region, NY
Buttermilk Falls State Park takes its name from the foaming cascade formed by Buttermilk Creek as it flows down the steep valley toward Cayuga Lake.The famous Watkins Glen Gorge with 19 waterfalls is about 30 min. drive away. The group BBQ is on 7/4. The campground provides flush toilets and hot showers. Bring your own camping equipments and arrangement your own transportation. Limit to 40 people. Members have priority. Register before 6/5/14. Fees: Including 1st night BBQ, Members $22; Non-members $27, Children (under 12) $6
Meeting Time/Place: Contact leaders for details
Leaders: Daniel Do/Nancy Liang

Saturday 7/5/2014 - 8 Miles Day Hike/ level C
Storm King Mountains
From the Route 9W (North) trailhead parking lot, ascend Storm King Mt. on the Butter Hill Trail (orange). Then follow the yellow Stillman Trail through many scenic viewpoints overlooking the Hudson River. Change to the blue Howell Trail to loop around North Point with a view that looks like a Scandinavian fjord. Return via Pitching Point with more viewpoints.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trail head
Leaders: Leo Ngan/Rwei Su

Saturday 7/12/2014 - Guided Beginners\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' Kayaking Tour/ Level B
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY
Storm King Adventure Tours in Cornwall-on-Hudson offers a 3-hour guided “Hidden Cove Tour” that kayak beginners can learn to paddle. This launch area is next to Cornwall Yacht Club near Storm King Mountain in Orange County. CMCNY is offered a discount rate of about $50.00 including a guided tour and rental. Limit to 25 people and members have priority. Registration before 7/4/2014.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at Storm King Adventure Tours, 178 Hudson St., Cornwall-on-Hudson
Leaders: Steve Huang/Joe Chan

Saturday 7/12/2014 - 7 Miles Day Hike / Level C
Sterling Forest, NY
Starting from the Visitor Center on White Trail, then follow the Red Trail to reach the Fire Tower. Descend from the Fire Tower on the Blue Trail. Connect to the Red Trail and then follow the newly opened Orange Trail to Bare Rock. After lunch back on the Orange Trail. Then change to the Blue Trail to return to Visitor Center.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trail head
Leaders: Cherry Lau/Cindy Choi

Saturday 7/19/2014 - 6 & 9 Miles Day Hike/ Levels B & C
Hook Mountain, Rockland, NY
Starting at the trailhead near Rockland Park, go north to Haverstraw Park. If lucky, we will enjoy the picking of RASPBERRY. Have lunch at the picnic area along the Hudson River. The C level hikers go further to visit the Hook Mountain via Nyack Beach. There are many outstanding viewpoints over the river and along the cliff.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trail head
Leaders: MeiSheng Liu/Bounla Sayarath (Bobo)

Saturday 7/19/2014 - 5 Miles Family Hike/ Level A
Hook Mtn, under cliff, Rockland, NY
Starting at the trailhead near Rockland Park, go straight down to the shore on the paved road. Walk along the shore to the south and to the north. There are beautiful cliffs and scenery along the river. The Rockland State Park is within walking distance. There is a playground and a walking trail along the lake.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at the trail head
Leaders: Annie Yeung/Helen Huang

Saturday 7/26/2014 - 7 Mile Day Hike / Level C
High Point State Park, NJ
High Point State Park occupies the highest point within NJ and has a natural landscape of unusual beauty. Starting from parking lot on Rt. 23 south of the Park Office, take Blue for a short distance, turn right onto Iris (Red) and then turn left onto AT (Whit). After 3/4 mile, turn right onto Blue Dot toward Sawmill Lake. From Sawmill lake service road, go to Mashipacong (Yellow) toward east and cross Rt. 23. Get onto Brown/Yellow, then Kuser Road along Lake Marcia and onto Monument (Red/Green). After a loop on Monument trail will reach the Monument. Stay at the Monument for a short break, then get onto AT south toward Iris (Red), and Blue back to the parking lot.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:30 AM at the parking lot on Route 23
Leaders: Shui Kei Ng/Chen-Fa Sun


Saturday 8/2/2014 - 7 & 9 Miles Day Hike/ C & D levels
West Mountain to Bear Mountain Loop
Starting from the Anthony Wayne Rec. area at exit 17 of PIP, hike up West Mtn via the Timp Torne (blue) trail. Then change to the AT (white) trail to go up Bear Mtn to the Perkins Tower. Come down the mountain via Major Welch Trail (red) to the lake for lunch. After lunch, follow the yellow trail to West Mtn and back to the parking lot. The shorter hike follows various short cuts to avoid the hills.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:15 AM at the trailhead
Leaders:
Leo Ngan/Rwei Su

Saturday 8/2/2014 - 16 Miles Canoeing/Kayaking Trip / Level B/C
Del. Water Gap, PA/NJ
Adventure Sports on the Delaware River! This is a 16-mile canoeing/kayaking trip from Bushkill to Delaware Water Gap. Paddling time is about 6 hours. 2 people for each canoe and tandem kayak, and one person per solo kayak. Canoe is $40 per person and kayak is $44 per person. Children 2 - 17 yrs. traveling as a 3rd or 4th person in a canoe is $10. Registration before 7/23/2014.
Meeting Time/Place: 8:00AM at Adventure Sports, Delaware Water Gap
Leaders: Leo Sun/Bert Santos

Saturday 8/9/2014 - 7 & 9 Miles Day Hike/ Levels B & C
Black Rock Forest, NY
The forest is famous for its reservoirs, ponds and the ridges. The easier hike takes advantage of the carriage roads. The more difficult hike follows the trails on the ridges. However no one will miss the views atop the Black Rock Summit.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:30 AM at the trail head or 8:00 AM at designated pickup
Leaders: Alex Wei/Daniel Do

Saturday 8/9/2014 - 40--50 Mile Biking
The South/North County Trailway in Westchester, New York.
The Trailway is a paved bicycle and pedestrian path that used to be the Putnam Division of New York Central Railroad; it\'s not hilly and relatively easy.
Meeting Time/Place: Trip leaders will let you know.
Leaders: Ben Lee/Nancy Liang/Steve Chan

Saturday 8/16/2014 - 9 Miles Day Hike/ Level C
Ramapo Dunderberg Spiral Railway
Explore the remains of the unfinished Ramapo Dunderburg Spiral Railway, the tunnels and the fallen trestles. Follow the Timp-Torne trail (blue) to climb up the Timp. Enjoy many lookout points along the ridge. After lunch, take RD red through Bald Mtn & Cornell Mine to go back to parking lot.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:15 AM at the trail head or 8:00 AM at designated pickup locations
Leaders: Chung Leung/Jim Mash

Saturday 8/16/2014 - 10 mile Day Hike Level D
Sam\\\'s Point Preserve, Shawangunk, NY
The Preserve contains one of the best examples of a ridgetop dwarf pine barrens in the world. Start from visiting center, hiking through upper ice caves, Verkeerderkill Falls, High Point, Indian Rock and descending thru High Point & Smiley Carriageway to parking lot in Ellenville. Very primitive and rigid terrains. Strenuous hike in the summer heat. Experienced hikers only.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trail head, 7:00AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Ben Lee/Shui Kei Ng

Saturday 8/23/2014 - 6-9 Mile Day Hike – Level B &C
Schunemunk Mountain
The trail over Schunemunk Mountain offers a series of fine lookouts and a varied terrain. The Storm King Art Center can be seen from the ridge. Enjoy the special vegetation and rock formations on the ridges. The Megaliths is a must visit lunch spot. Expect some steep up hills and descents.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: MeiSheng Liu/Wendy Zhou

Friday 8/29/2014 - - 09/01/14 Labor Day Family Camping (limit to 40 people)
Big Meadows, Shenandoah NP, VA
The Shenandoah National Park is located in the Blue Ridge Mountain range in Virginia. It is famous for its well-preserved wilderness, streams, waterfalls, unique geology, mountains and viewpoints along the Sky Drive. The Old Rag Trail is a must do for enthusiastic hikers. Campground has flush toilet and shower facilities. Require to bring your camping equipment and arrange the transportation, Group BBQ on 8/30. Register before 8/14. Fees (include BBQ): $25 member, $30 non-member, $8 Children under 12 .
Meeting Time/Place: Contact leaders for details
Leaders: Chung Leung/George Rogers

Saturday 8/30/2014 - 6 & 8 miles Day Hike -- Levels B & C
Johnsontown Circle to Lake Skenonto Loop
From JCT, follow the Blue Disc Trail to climb up Dater Mtn, Pound Mtn to Claudius Smith Den. Then take the Victory Trail to Lake Skenonto. After lunch, go along the bank of Lake Sebago to the Triangle (yellow) trail. Follow the Triangle and then the White Bar trails back to JCT. The B level hikers will pick the easier routes but no one will miss the views of the summer lakes.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trailhead or 8:00 AM at designated carpool locations
Leaders: Bounla Sayarath (Bobo)/Cindy Choi


Saturday 9/6/2014 - - (Sep 6-7) Moon Watch/ Overnight Backpacking / Level C
Harriman State Park, NY
9/8 is the Mid Autumn Festival. We will leave on Saturday afternoon, hike 2 mile up to the top of the mountain; Have dinner, moon watch and camp overnight. Bring your own food and camping equipments.
Meeting Time/Place: Contact leaders for further information.
Leaders:
Nancy Liang/Ada Jow

Saturday 9/6/2014 - 7 & 9 Miles Day Hike / Levels B & C
Racoon Brook Hill / Pine Meadow Lake
Starting from the Visitor Center, go up the Reeves Brook trail (white) to visit the Torne View and Pulpit. Descend on the Raccoon Brook Hills trail to Pine Meadow Lake. Have lunch and take a leisurely walk around the lake and return by the Pine Meadow trail (red). The C level hike extends to the Grandpa/ Grandma Rock and the Stone Memorial Shelter and return.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Leo Sun/Janny Tan

Saturday 9/13/2014 - 7 & 9 Miles Day Hike / Levels B & C
Lake Askoti - Island Pond – RD Loop
Take the A-SB (red triangle) trail to Lemon Squeezer. Then change to the AT trail to Island Pond. Enjoy the early fall view of the lake. Change to the Island Pond service road going south to meet the Nurian (white) trail. Take a left turn on Nurian trail to Black Rock. Follow the RD along the ridge to Time Square. There are many view points on the ridge and a good chance to cheer up the RD through hikers. From Time Square, follow the A-SB back to the parking at Lake Askoti .
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trail head
Leaders: Chen-Fa Sun/Cherry Lau

Saturday 9/20/2014 - 19 Miles Day Hike / Level F
Ramapo Dunderberg Trail Traverse Hike
The Ramapo Dunderberg (RD or Red Dot) trail starts from the Dunderberg Mtn. near Stony Point, running east to west across Harriman Park to end at Tuxedo Park. With many other intersecting trails, it forms the backbone of the trail networks in Harriman. Most of the trail runs along the mountain ridges thus containing many awesome viewpoints.
Meeting Time/Place: 7:00 AM at the trail head or 6:00 AM at designated pickup locations
Leaders: Tony Shu/Flora Gu

Saturday 9/20/2014 - 6 & 9 miles Day Hikes/ Levels B & C
Iron Mines trail, Harriman State Park, NY
Peep into the mining past of Harriman State Park by visiting the remnants of some old iron mines. Starting from Lake Askoti parking lot, visit the Hogencamp Mine then to the Surbridge Mine. Hike along the Surbridge Mine Rd. where wild flowers are abundant in spring time. Lunch at the shelter. Then hike to the Fingerboard Shelter to enjoy the view of Lake Tiorati. Connect to the service road and hike to the Pine Swamp Mine. Then pick up the A-SB trail back to Lake Askoti. There are many turns and sections of the trail are unmarked. Therefore all novice hikers must follow the leaders. Adventurous hikers extend the hike to Boston Mine with the bonus of the terrific views of Island Pond and atop mountain ridges.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at the Lake Askoti
Leaders: George Rogers/Jim Mash

Saturday 9/27/2014 - 7 & 8 Miles Day Hikes/ Levels B & C
Bearfort Mountains
Take the Orange trail to Surprise Lake, then follow blue and AT to the Grand View. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Greenwood Lake. After lunch, follow the yellow to connect to the white trail back to the parking lot. The B level hike will follow the yellow short cut to the white trail without going to the Grand View.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Alex Wei/Nancy Liang


Saturday 10/11/2014 - 6 & 9 Miles Day Hike / Levels B & C
North Hill / Diamond Mountain
Starting from the 7 Lakes Dr Visitor Center, follow the Reeves Brook trail (white) to North Hill. Then change to the Raccoon Brook Hills trail (black) to Pine Meadow Lake for lunch. Advanced hikers venture out to Stone Memorial. After lunch, locate the Yellow trail off the red trail to go up Diamond Mtn. Follow the HTS (orange) to down hill to the brook. Follow the Red trail back to the parking lot.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:15 AM at the trail head or 8:00 AM at designated pickup
Leaders:
Tony Shu/Cherry Lau

Saturday 10/11/2014 - -10/12/2014 20-Miles Canoeing/Camping trip
Delaware River
This is the peak fall foliage weekend in Delaware water Gap. We will experience the colorful river by canoe and camping. From Dingman\\\'s ferry access to Smithfield total 20 miles down the river , and camp overnight by the river campsite.  Paddling time is about 3-4 hours in a day. One canoe holds 2 people (strongly recommend find your own canoeing partner: one must has canoe experience) bring your camping equipment.  Below are the price range: One person for two days $86.92 (less than 10 persons), $74.20(less than 20 P) $65( more than 20 P)
Meeting Time/Place: 8:30AM at Chamberlain Canoes Delaware Water Gap
Leaders: Feng Chen/Steve Huang

Saturday 10/11/2014 - -10/12/2014 - Two days Hyde Park/ Poughkeepsie Bike Tour
Hyde Park, NY
The Hudson Valley has moderate hills, Hudson River views, farm landscapes, and the allure of historic estates such as those in Hyde Park.
Meeting Time/Place: Contact leaders for further information
Leaders: Ben Lee/Nancy Liang

Saturday 10/18/2014 - 8 Miles Day Hike /Level C
Minneswaska State Park, NY
Come to enjoy fall foliage. The ridges around Gertrude\\\'s Nose have some of the most beautiful views in Minnewaska State Park. Start from the parking lot, walk along the Gertrude\\\'s nose trail. Lunch at Gertrude Nose, the highest point. After lunch, we will return on the Millbrook Mt., Path. 
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at New Paltz or 7:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Chung Leung/Ada Jow/Shui Kei Ng

Saturday 10/25/2014 - 7 & 11 Miles Day Hike/ B & D Levels
Cranberry Hill/ Lake Nawahunta/ Silvermine Lake Loop
Starting from the parking area off Route 6 of Cranberry Hill, hike along LP to the south. Visit the Cave Shelter, Stockbridge shelter and Hippo Rock. Change to the Menomine Trail (Yellow) to Lake Nawahunta. B level hikers take the service road instead to Lake Nawahunta. After lunch at Silvermine Lake, continue with the Menomine Trail to the Brien Mem. Shelter. Switch to AT eastwards to Black Mtn. Change to the 1779 trail towards the Long Mtn Circle then the Anthony Wayne trail back to the parking lot. B level hikers follow the 7 Lakes drive along the Queensboro Brook and then Anthony Wayne trail back to the parking lot.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trail head
Leaders: Nancy Liang/Daniel Do

Sunday 10/26/2014 - Semi-annual Trail Maintenance
Shore Path, Palisades Interstate Park
Trail maintenance on the shore path trail along the Hudson River in New Jersey; pick up trash, trim protruding branches, etc. Tools will be provided by trip leaders. Light refreshments will be offered at the end of activity. This is a very important event for the club as it’s our duty to serve our community and conserve the nature for the future.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Shui Kei Ng/Bert Santos


Saturday 11/1/2014 - 8 Miles Day Hike/ Level C
Breakneck Mountain, Cold Springs, NY
One of the most famous hiking spots on the eastern bank of the Hudson River. Enjoy the spectacular views of the Hudson along the ridge. The trails are rocky for the first half mile and some rock scrambling are required.
Meeting Time/Place: Please contact leader for details
Leaders:
Chen-Fa Sun/Leo Ngan

Saturday 11/8/2014 - 9 Miles Day/Night Hike / Level C
Jackie Jones Mountain/ Two Reservoirs/ Big Hill Shelter
Start late morning and climb up Jackie Jones Mountain in the first mile. Enjoy the easy downhill slope and 2 miles of leisure walk, visiting 2 reservoirs then onto Woodtown Road to Yellow Suffern-Bear Mountain Trail. Turn left onto Yellow Trail, then right onto Red TMI Trail and right again onto White Breakneck Mtn Train. At end of White Trail, get onto Yellow Suffern-Bear Mtn Trail again toward Big Hill Shelter. Prepare dinner and watch sunset at the shelter. After dinner, hiking with flash lights at night on Yellow Trail back to the parking lot. Experienced hikers only and weather permitting.
Meeting Time/Place: 10:30 AM at the trailhead or 9:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Ben Lee/Shui Kei Ng

Saturday 11/8/2014 - 6 & 8 Miles Day Hikes / Levels B & C
Jackie Jones Mountain/ Three Reservoirs
Climb up Jackie Jones Mountain in the first mile. Enjoy the easy downhill slope and 2 mile of leisure walk visiting 3 reservoirs. Part of the trip will be on unmarked trail, so hikers must follow leaders.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Gordon Moy/Jim Mash

Saturday 11/15/2014 - 6 Mile Day Hike /Levels B
Tuxedo Park/ Lake Sebago
Starting from Tuxedo Park, hike up the Ramapo Dunderberg trail to enjoy the view overlooking the surrounding hills and valleys. Then change to the flat Victory and Triangle trails to the lakes of Skenonto and Sebago. After lunch, follow the Tuxedo Mtn Ivy Trail to visit the legendery caves and boulders of the Claudius Smith Den.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: MeiSheng Liu/Bounla Sayarath (Bobo)

Saturday 11/22/2014 - 7 Miles Day Hike / Level C
The Timp
Follow the Timp-Torne trail (blue) to climb up the Timp. Enjoy many lookout points along the ridge. After lunch, take RD red through Bald Mtn & Cornell Mine to back to parking lot.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Alex Wei/Steve Huang

Saturday 11/22/2014 - 15 Mile Day Hike / Level E
Minnewaska / Sam’s Point Loop
Start from Lake Minnewaska on Upper Awosting Carriageway (Green) toward Lake Awosting, then get onto Smiley Carriageway and turn left onto Berrypicker Trail (Blue) toward High Point. From High Point, hike along High Point Trail (Red), going south until the end. Turn left and get onto Scenic Trail (Lilac) toward Lake Awosting, followed by hiking along the lake (Black) to Yellow trail and climb up to Castle Point. From Castle Point, hike along Castle Point Carriageway back to Lake Minnewaska. Experienced hikers only.
Meeting Time/Place: 8:30 AM, at the trail head
Leaders: Cherry Lau/Shui Kei Ng

Saturday 11/29/2014 - Thanksgiving 6 & 8 Miles Day Hikes / Levels B & C
Russian Bear/ Pine Meadow Lake
Starting from the Seven Hills (blue) trail then changing to the HTS (orange) trail, hike to Russian Bear. Continue on HTS, then change to the Raccoon Brook Hills (black) trail to go down to Pine Meadow Lake for lunch. Return along the river on the Pine Meadow trail.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Leo Ngan/Janny Tan


Saturday 12/6/2014 - 8 Miles Day Hike / Level C
Lake Skenonto, Harriman State Park
Starting on Blue Disc trail from Johnsontown Circle. Be prepared for uphill climbing for approx. 2 miles. Late lunch at the Lake Skenonto with lake view and breeze. Go back along flat White-Bar trail with leisure walking pace.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders:
Chen-Fa Sun/Jim Mash

Saturday 12/13/2014 - 6 & 8 Miles Day Hikes / Levels B & C
Lake Askoti – Stahahe Peak Loop, Harriman State Park
From the Lake Askoti parking lot, take ASB (red) to Time Square. Then follow the R-D (red) trail to Ship Rock and change to the Dunning (yellow) trail to Boston Mine. Follow the unmarked trail up to the peak of Stahahe. It has a stunning view of the lake and is a perfect place for picnic. After lunch, follow the Dunning trail and the Long Path trail back to the parking lot. The level C hikers extend the route to Lemon Squeezer and Black Rock. 
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00AM at trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Tony Shu/Wendy Zhou

Saturday 12/20/2014 - 6 & 10 Miles Day Hikes/ Levels B & C
Black Rock Forest
The forest is famous for its reservoirs, ponds and the ridges. The easier hike takes advantage of the carriage roads. The more difficult hike follows the trails on the ridges and visits all the view points at Mt. Misery, Hill of Pines, Rattlesnake Hill and Eagle Cliff. However no one will miss the views atop the Black Rock Summit.
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: George Rogers/Cindy Choi

Saturday 12/27/2014 - Year End Hike, 6 & 8 Miles / Levels B & C
Popolopin Torne/ Bear Mountain
Starting from Fort Montgomery, follow the Blue trail to Popolopen Torne. Some rock scrambling is required but the panoramic view at the Torne is rewarding. Return by taking the Red trail along the Hell Hole Creek to Hessian Lake at Bear Mtn. and Fort Clinton 
Meeting Time/Place: 9:00 AM at the trailhead or 8:00 AM at carpool pickup locations
Leaders: Leo Ngan/Leo Sun








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