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East Hampton Trails Preservation Society

November 2000

Enjoy the beauty of our great outdoors as we hike in the colder weather of November.  For information regarding hikes, please call .

The next meeting of the EHTPS will be on November 6, at Ashawagh Hall 7:30PM.


Wednesday, November 1, Serenity Hike, 10:00AM (3 miles)

We will hike at a pace to appreciate the beauty of this trail.  Meet at the intersection of Old Northwest Road and Northwest Road, the northwest area of East Hampton.

Leader: Arlene Makl

Saturday, November 4, Hither Woods, 10:00AM (4 or 6 miles)

Enjoy Spectacular views from Panorama then visit Lost Bolder and Ram Level on a 4 mile loop; or hike an extra 2 miles.  We will hike at a brisk pace.  Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center parking lot, just north of Route 27.

Leader: Richard Lupoletti

Wednesday, November 8, Exercise Hike, 10:00AM (3 – 4 miles)

This will be an “at your own pace” exercise hike along farmland and through a beautiful beech forest.  Bring water.  Meet at Abrahams Path in western Amagansett about 2/10 of a mile north of the intersection with Town Lane in East Hampton.

Leader: Ethel Pulaski

Saturday, November 11, Hither Woods, 10:00AM (5 miles)

This stunning hike takes us up Serpents Path, along the shore to the Waterfence overlooking Napeague Bay.  Meet at the Hither Hills Overlook Parking Lot off Route 27, about 1 mile east of Montauk Highway & Old Montauk Highway split.


Leader: Ed Porco

Saturday, November 11, Full Moon Hike, 8:00PM (3-miles)

Stroll along the ocean shore in Napeague State Park with the full moon lighting the sand and setting the water on fire.  Meet at the end of Napeague Lane, south of Route 27, a little over a mile east of the Amagansett Post Office.

Leader: Richard Lupoletti

Sunday, November 12, Paumanok Path, 10:00AM (8 miles)

This hike features farm fields of Amagansett and the beech woods of Stony Hill and the Bell Estate, with a side trip to the tidewater Fresh Pond.  Meet at the intersection of Cranberry Hole Road and Cross Highway, just north of the bridge over the LIRR at Cranberry Hole Road.  This will be a brisk hike.

Leader: Rick Whalen

Wednesday, November 15, Right of Way Hike, 10:00AM (3 miles)

We will hike a lovely unseen trail that parallels Route 27.  It begins just outside the center of Montauk and winds through an unexpected forest.  Meet at Third House in Theodore Roosevelt County Park in Montauk.

Leader: Eva Moore

Saturday, November 18, Lower Barcelona, 10:00AM (4 miles)

Walk with us while we hike the “other” Barcelona, the one that features views of beautiful Northwest Creek from various vantagepoints.  Meet at the corner of Route 114 and Swamp Road in the Northwest section of East Hampton.


Leader: Gene Makl

Wednesday, November 22, Grace Estate, 10:00AM (4 – 5 miles)

This hike will delight all lovers of the great outdoors.  Meet at the School House Plaque on Northwest Road about 3/10 of a mile from the intersection of Alewife Brook Rd. in the Northwest section of East Hampton.

Leader: Nancy Kane

Friday, November 24, Oyster Pond, 10:00AM (4 miles)

On the day after the Thanksgiving feast, we will hike off the excesses.  We will travel through Theodore Roosevelt County Park, view beautiful Oyster Pond, Block Island Sound, and hike over Ogden’s Brook Bridge and return through the Point Woods.  Meet at Camp Hero Road about 1.5 miles east of Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk, south side of Route 27.

Leader: Ed Porco

Saturday, November 25, George Sid Miller Trail, 10:00AM (4 miles)

We will take the George Sid Miller Trail across an easement on private property to Fresh Pond.  Meet at the parking area on Fresh Pond Road, just east of Cross Highway in Amagansett.


Leader: Lee Dion

Sunday, November 26, Paumanok Path, 10:00AM (15 miles)

Hikers will cross the sandy, pine-clad isthmus of Napeague, the Napeague Harbor, on their way to Montauk.  The Hither Woods section of the route features Fresh Pond and the new Suffolk County Preserve at Laurel Canyon.  Meet at Kirk Park Beach parking lot, south side of Montauk Highway in downtown Montauk.  This will be a brisk hike.

Leader: Rick Whalen

Wednesday, November 29, Cedar Point Park, 10:00AM (3 miles)

Enjoy spectacular views from a cliff high above Gardener’s Bay as we walk through the serene hard wood forest of a beautiful county park.  Meet at the Ranger Station just inside the entrance of the park, Off Alewife Brook Road, in the Northwest section of East Hampton.

Leader: Gene Makl



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