A short but steep and challenging hike up above Phoenicia where we can observe the hamlet of Phoenicia and the nearby Esopus Creek. There will be a discussion of the history of the former leather tanning industry, and the importance of clean water.
This hike is partnering with the Morton Memorial Library 22 Elm Street in Pine Hill.
Event Duration: 2.2 miles, 2 hours
Level of Difficulty: Moderate
Leader(s): Pamela Martin
Bring: Be prepared to hike with sturdy hiking shoes, water, bug spray and rain gear if needed.
Registration required by November 4. Register by contacting the leader. See below.
Group size is limited to 12, so register early.
Dogs allowed: No
Additional Information: In cooperation with the Morton Memorial Library in Pine Hill.
Cancelled in case of heavy rain or thunderstorms.
Questions about this event can be directed to: email@example.com
Driving Directions: Trailhead starts at the back of Phoenicia Park at the end of Ava Maria Drive, a short turn north off of Main Street in Phoenicia, just past the post office. Phoenicia is a north exit off SR 28, 20 miles west of Kingston, 20 miles east of Margaretville
This hike is partnering with the Morton Memorial Library 22 Elm Street in Pine Hill; participants can also meet at the library by 9am and carpool to the trailhead, or meet at the trailhead at 9:30.