Due to the pandemic and focus on individual outings, the Hike-A-Thon will be run as a virtual event rather than volunteer-led groups. We know that this is disappointing; we are disappointed as well. But, after considering multiple factors, it’s the best decision we can make at this time. The 2020 Hike-A-Thon was on route to be the largest, most exciting Hike-A-Thon yet. And it still can be—with your help!
Check out the sites available for the 2020 Hike-A-Thon with our interactive map! Click the button below to view all 20 of the sites, organized by difficulty. Need something short and easy? Try Amy’s Park. Want a more challenging hike with a great view? Try Cook Mountain or Pole Hill Pond. We also have two paddles to choose from: Jabe Pond and Northwest Bay. Questions? Contact Sarah to help you find your perfect site.
It takes a huge team of dedicated volunteers to run the Hike-A-Thon—be one of them in 2020!
Gather together at Bolton Conservation Park after your hike or paddle and swap stories, cool off with a cold drink and ice cream, enjoy kids’ activities, shop merchandise, and more!
Sponsors make it possible for the Lake George Hike-A-Thon to stay free for participants, allowing everyone to join in the fun, regardless of means. We thank the following for their support of the 2020 Hike-A-Thon: