• Curious about snowshoeing? Wondering if it's for you? Join our first indoor “Snowshoeing Basics” session on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 10:00 am at Morgan Outdoors in Hurleyville. This relaxed 30-minute free workshop will cover how snowshoes work, what to wear, where to go, and different ways to have fun! Snowshoeing is suitable for a wide range of ages. It can be a simple way to walk on snow with traction on your feet, a calorie-burning workout, or something in between. Register to reserve a place at (845) 693 4181 or email info@morgan-outdoors.com. There is limited space - so register soon 😘

Snowshoeing Basics January 28

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  • TO HEAR ABOUT UPDATES ON THIS EVENT: REGISTER as described below and we will keep in touch with you!! The public is invited to join Morgan Outdoors for a First Day Hike on Sunday, January 1st from 2:00 - 3:30 pm at Mongaup State Park. Celebrate the New Year with fresh air and friendly folks. The outing follows a 2.2 mile loop trail that is both inviting for beginners and pleasing to more experienced hikers. The path meanders through a hemlock grotto with views of Frick Pond, across a trail intersection named for Times Square, and along the edge of a woodland meadow. Waterproof hiking boots are recommended. Depending on trail conditions, snowshoes or traction devices like microspikes may be required. Microspike rentals are available at Morgan Outdoors. There will be a special New Year's toast after the hike! Participants must be 18 years of age and older. No pets this time. Event will be held unless there are hazardous driving conditions. REGISTRATION REQUIRED - the group size is limited. The trip leader is Lisa Lyons, owner of Morgan Outdoors. For more information and to Register, send an email to Lisa at morganoutdoors@hancock.net or call 845 693 4181. ALL REGISTRANTS WILL RECEIVE UPDATES on where to meet, what to bring, and trail conditions. Co-sponsored by NYS DEC and Parks, with Morgan Outdoors, 234 Main Street, Hurleyville, NY. www.morgan-outdoors.com.

New Year’s Day Hike at 2 PM

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Holiday in Hurleyville on December 3

Join us for a day of fun!!

And enjoy a 10% discount on ALL Osprey Backpacks (children and adult sizes)

Books, and Cards at MORGAN OUTDOORS!!

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Topo Map Workshop Nov. 14

Monday, November 14, 2022, at 5:30 PM Topo Map workshop! If your topo map-reading skills are rusty or you have no idea what a topo map is, this session could be for you. Reading topo maps is an old-school blend of nerdy, hip, and super useful when electronics flake on you. A fee of […]

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Guided Walk to Witch’s Rock Oct 30

Sunday, October 30th at 4:00 pm, the public is invited to join a Guided Fall Hike to Witch’s Rock at Walnut Mountain Park in Liberty, NY. This will be a 60-minute (approx. 1 mile) round-trip walk along wide, gently uphill carriage roads. The trip leaders are Lisa Lyons of Morgan Outdoors and James Guara […]

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  • Sunday, October 16 at 3:00 PM Be part of our monthly "Sit around the Map Table" topographic map gathering at Morgan Outdoors. Brush up on the meaning of topographic contour lines; gain a valuable, enjoyable skill. Fee $5, sliding scale. Register by email to Lisa@morgan-outdoors.com or phone at 845 693 4181. They fill up fast. Max of 6 people.

Topo Map Gathering Oct. 16

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  • Saturday, Oct. 1, 11 AM: Hurleyville History Hike along the Milk Train Trail with Sullivan County Historian John Conway. The hike will follow the westbound section of the Milk Train Trail. Not sure which way is west? Stop by and we’ll point you there! Historical topics covered on the hike will include the impact of the railroad on the farms and resorts, the native American Lenape tribe, their language and their culture, the tanning industry, organized crime in the Catskills during the 1930s, and more. Co-sponsored by Morgan Outdoors and The Delaware Company.

Hurleyville History Hike with John Conway

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  • Wednesday, October 5th, 2022, 1:00-2:30 pm The public is invited to join the Loop de Loop Hike in Mongaup Pond State Park, in celebration of the 19th annual Catskills Lark in the Park. This woodland hike offers a 2.2-mile loop around scenic Frick Pond that is suitable for beginner hikers who are comfortable walking this distance. The experienced hike leader is Lisa Lyons of Morgan Outdoors. Learn about trail conditions and what to bring: https://catskillslark.org/park_events/loop-de-loop-beginner-hike/ and register by Oct. 4th. While you are there, check out the other free events and outings throughout the Catskill Park!

Loop de Loop Hike Oct. 5

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  • How are your topo map reading skills?! If the answer is rusty, you might like to join one of our monthly "Sit Ins around the Map Table" to brush up on the meaning of contour lines and elevation markings! The first Sit-In is Friday, Sept. 16 from 6 - 6:45 pm. $5/pp, BYOB. Only room for 5 so register in advance to guarantee a chair! email Lisa@morgan-outdoors.com or call 845 693 4181. Topo rocks!!

Sit-Ins around the Map Table

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Morgan Outdoors moving news

Sign on our front door at 46 Livingston Manor, NY

We would love to see you before we close! Stop by if you can. We have some great SALES!

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