The Lake George Land Conservancy’s annual Hike-A-Thon is a one-day event held each July 5th, created to showcase LGLC’s parks and preserves as free public resources, and to promote an appreciation for the outdoors and protecting the land that protects the lake. The first Hike-A-Thon took place in 2013, and it’s been getting bigger and better ever since!
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: