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.
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!
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!!
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Folks age 60 and up are invited to a Senior Stroll on Wednesday, July 21 at 3:00 pm at the Parksville Rail Trail in Parksville, NY. It's a chance to enjoy one of the beautiful beginner trails in Sullivan County. The experienced trip leader is Lisa Lyons of Morgan Outdoors. This outing is 1.5 miles in length, on the fairly level former O&W railbed along the Little Beaverkill, a tributary of the Delaware River. Participants should be able to walk 1.5 miles unassisted and have permission from their doctor if under medical care. There will be hiking poles available to use at no cost, with simple coaching on how to use them to improve stability and enjoyment. Meet at the Parksville Rail Trail parking area on Main Street, Parksville, just off of Route 17 at Exit 98. There is a large trailhead sign at the entrance. (if using navigation: enter Cabernet Franks, Parksville NY and park to the left) REGISTRATION is required. Call Morgan Outdoors (845) 439-5507 by Tuesday,, July 20 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The outing will be canceled if thunderstorms are forecast. SENIOR STROLLS OUTDOORS proudly participates in the Sullivan Club 180 Campaign. Created by Sullivan 180, the Sullivan Club 180 Campaign is an easy way for everyone to take charge of their own health by joining or creating their own Club 180.
Senior Stroll in Parksville July 21
The Parksville Rail Trail runs along a section of the Little Beaverkill
Book Signing Friday, July 9
What a treat to host Christi Johnson for a book signing of her just-released book Mystical Stitches!
Friday, July 9 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. She dedicated her book to “anyone who’s ever been told they aren’t creative, or their art isn’t good enough.” We can relate! Christi’s art combines cosmic visions and botanical […]
Wednesday, June 16, 3:00 – 4:00 pm Our first Senior Stroll of 2021 is at Walnut Mountain Park in Liberty, NY. This monthly series is aimed at engaging folks age 60 and up to come out and enjoy beautiful beginner trails in Sullivan County. The trip leaders are Lisa Lyons of Morgan Outdoors and Glenn Horton of the Friends of Walnut. This outing’s theme is the variety of ferns found along the ADA accessible trail that the Friends group constructed at Walnut Mountain Park. The outing is 1 mile in length, on fairly level ground, with a gentle ascent for a ¼ mile. Participants should be able to walk a mile unassisted and have permission from their doctor if under medical care. Future Senior Strolls will be different lengths and difficulty so that participants can find an outing that fits their ability level. REGISTRATION is required! Call Lisa at Morgan Outdoors (845) 439-5507 by Tuesday, June 15th or email to email@example.com.
Winter Tree Self-Guided Walk
December 25 through January 18
Colorized postcard showing Walnut Mountain House at the summit, elevation 2,450 ft, and many fewer trees.
Are you looking for something to do during this winter break?!
Take a relaxing winter Self-Guided Hike up the gentle carriage roads at Walnut Mountain in nearby Liberty, NY! You’ll meet some of the wonderful trees […]
NEW DATE AND TIME:
Friday, December 11th, from 5:00 to 6:30 pm
Saturday, December 5th, from 5:00 to 6:30 PM, we are hosting a special workshop to hone winter hiking skills. Tom and Laurie Rankin will share winter mountaineering skills, learned over many winters of hiking in the northeast. Though all the safely-distanced seats are currently […]
Self-guided Walk to Witch’s Rock
How about a Self-Guided Fall Hike to the infamous Witch’s Rock at Walnut Mountain Park in Liberty, NY?!!
Instead of our annual guided hike at Halloween, you can easily enjoy your very own Walk to Witch’s Rock!
Oct. 28 – Nov. 3, dawn to dusk
We put some lime green tape along the beautiful wide Mountain Overlook […]