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This year was its yellowing time,

And the face of Nature a study in gold.

Kenneth Grahame



For the month of August hikes will start at 9AM. Our next meeting will be Monday, August 19 at 7:30 at Ashawagh Hall.  For general information about the hikes or trails call .

August 3, Saturday, 9AM: Wainscott Historic Hike (2-3  miles).

Explore the history of beautiful Wainscott with a leader very familiar with the area.  Meet at the end of Beach Lane between Georgica and Wainscott Ponds.

Leader: Marilyn Mackay

August 7, Wednesday, 9AM: Northwest (4 miles)

This grand hike will start at the Grace Estate and continue to the shore of Alewive Brook in Cedar Point Park and loop back through the Grace Estate.  Meet at the Schoolhouse Plaque on Northwest Rd. about 1/4 mile from the intersection with Alewive Brook Rd. in East Hampton's Northwest.

Leader: Gene Makl

August 10, Saturday, 9AM: Long Pond Greenbelt (4 miles)

This lovely hike in Mashashimuet Park in Sag Harbor will take us by Long Pond as well as several other ponds in this park.  Meet at the parking lot in Mashashimuet Park at the intersection of Jermain Ave. and Bridgehampton/Sag Harbor Turnpike. 

Leader: Jill Barber

August 14, Wednesday, 9AM: Ghost Town (4-5 miles)

This is a repeat of our first self guided hike led by the writer.  Meet at the School House Plaque on Old Northwest Rd. about 3/10 mile from the intersection with Alewife Brook Rd. in the Northwest.

Leader: Lee Dion

August 17, Saturday, 9AM: Miller's Ground (4 miles)

Mountain laurel and a vernal pool (probably dry in this season) are featured on a challenging hilly hike across the terminal moraine in western East Hampton.  Meet on Wainscott Northwest Rd. (Daniel's Hole Rd.) North of the airport where the power lines cross the road. 

Leader:  Richard Lupoletti

August 21, Wednesday, 9AM: Right of Way (3 miles)

Hike this lovely, unseen trail that parallels Rt.27.  It begins just outside the center of Montauk and winds through an unexpected forest.  Meet in Theodore Roosevelt County Park, on the north side of Rt. 27, about 31/2 miles east of the center of Montauk.

Leader: Eva Moore

August 24, Saturday, 9AM: Grassy Hollow  (3+ mile hike)

This is a variation of one of our most popular hiking areas.  Meet at the School House Plaque, on the east side of Northwest Rd. ¼ mile from Alewife Brook Rd. Intersection.

Leader: Gene Makl

August 28, Wednesday, 9AM: Farm Hike (3-4 miles)

This will be a somewhat fast hike along farmland and through a beautiful beech forest.  Bring water. Meet on Abraham's Path in western Amagansett about 2/10 mile north of intersection with Town Lane, in East Hampton.

Leader: Ethel Pulaski

August 31, Saturday, 9AM: Mile Hill Road (4 miles)

This diverse hike will take us through the Grace Estate to the Northwest Harbor then on to a short beach walk.  Meet at the Schoolhouse Plaque on Northwest Rd. about ¼ mile from the intersection with Alewive Brook Rd. In East Hampton's Northwest.

Leader:  Bill Nicholas

September 1, Sunday, 4PM: Kayak, Picnic & Sunset

First we will kayak then we will picnic and finally we will gather to watch the sunset.  You may join us for all or any part of this outing.  Please bring sunscreen, life preserver (if you are bringing your own kayak), insect repellent and picnic food and drinks.  Kayak rentals are available from East Coast Adventure Co. .  We will meet at the Fresh Pond at the end of Fresh Pond Rd. in Amagansett.  Leaders: Lynn and Bob Kanter and Laurie and Steve Tamber

September 2, Monday, 9AM: Laurel Canyon (5 miles)

Too late for the Laurel in bloom, but there is still the canyon, Panorama, Lost Boulder and Ram Level, well worth the effort of this somewhat hilly terrain.  Meet at the Montauk Recycling Center off Rt. 27, about 3 miles east of split with Old Montauk Highway. 

Leader: Richard Lupoletti


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