Hiking The Hudson Nyack And Vicinity

Dated: 04/17/2017

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The Town of Orangetown Parks and Recreation has added a new program to it's already extensive list of classes and activities. This year the 2017 brochure says they are offering the Hike of the Month Club. A one time registration will enable you to attend all 3 hikes lead by Bob Hudson a longtime staff member and physical fitness enthusiast. He'll lead residents through the Clausland Mountain area and scenic heights of Orangetown.

Hike #1 Sunday, April 23 11-1. Tackamack Park, Norht trail to Tweed Blvd.. medium difficulty

Hike #2 Sunday May 21 5am-7am A sunrise hike at Tallman Park...low difficulty

Hike #3 Sunday June 4 11-1 Rockleigh Woods/Lamont Reserve Tails...medium difficulty

Registrants should wear appropriate clothing and footwear, and bring a water bottle.

There is no fee to register.

For more information  email recreation@orangetown.com

845-359-6503


Bonnie Kelly

I'm so fortunate to be working at Wright Bros., one of the most prestigious and professional offices in Rockland County. As a Licensed Real Estate Broker Associate, native Rocklander, and Nyack reside....

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