Jersey Ramapo Chapter
The Adirondack Mountain Club
to the North Jersey Ramapo Chapter of the ADK
We sponsor three
hikes weekly throughout the year in the scenic and historic Hudson Highlands
region of New York and New Jersey. To see our current quarterly schedule, click
the "Our Hikes" link below. Note that the schedules and newsletters require a pdf
reader to view. You can get a free one at Adobe.com/downloads/
this website updated April 2, 2014
Harriman Park Winter Access
The NYNJTC devotes a web page to this issue.
Click here to go there
The NYNJTC welcomes additional input via email or telephone. Please contact Sona Mason at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201-512-9348 ext 16.
This seriously impacts our hike schedule.
Be sure to check with the hike leader for any change in the hike or meeting place.
Last minute hike changes or cancellations will be posted on our facebook page and/or our Yahoo group page.
Just click on the facebook or yahoo icon below to reach those pages.
cordially invited to join us on two hikes before making a decision to become a
member (but we request you contact the hike leader beforehand). The North Jersey Ramapo
New hikers, whether members or not, are strongly encouraged
to select hikes appropriate to their capabilities. North Jersey Ramapo Chapter hikes are
rated for Pace (A, B or C)-Mileage (number)-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
along hundreds of miles of trails ranging from the Ramapo/Wyanokie hills of
Bergen/Passaic Counties up to the Shawangunks and Catskills, with our base in
Bear Mountain/Harriman State Park in Rockland/Orange Counties
- road bike
tours in the New York/New Jersey area
- quarterly member meetings featuring
educational speakers and an annual holiday party social
- special events
such as day outings to the Mohonk Mountain House and a Fall or Winter
- extended hiking excursions to New England, including the White
Mountains in New Hampshire and Maine
- the opportunity to contribute to the
preservation and extension of hiking lands and viewsheds in our region (see the