The 2017 Hike-A-Thon currently has 17 possible sites (and hopefully a few more to come!) for you to choose from – that’s right, we just keep on growing!
We’ve kept popular additions from last year (the Northwest Bay Paddle and Rogers’ Rock), and added a few new sites that will allow more options for those with limited hiking ability or time. We’re especially excited to welcome Partner Sites for this year’s event! These include Up Yonda Farm Environmental Education Center in Bolton, the Silver Bay YMCA (for members only), YMCA Camp Chingachgook in Fort Ann, and the Charles R. Wood Nature Park in partnership with the Village of Lake George. In addition, we’re welcoming back Peggy’s Point as a dog park for a day!
To help you find the right site for you and your family, check out our new, updated map – it has the sites broken down into four categories by difficulty and type (land vs. water), and has the map right alongside the info. Click on the button below to access the map:
As always, please note that each site has its own maximum capacity based on available parking, trails and ecological sensitivity. Once a site has reached its maximum, its registration will be closed. Dogs are allowed at all sites (except Up Yonda Farm and Camp Chingachgook) but must be kept leashed at all times.