Adirondack Mountain Club

Black River Chapter

www.blackriveradk.org
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The Black River Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club is composed of members primarily in Jefferson and Lewis Counties. The region includes Eastern Lake Ontario shoreline, the Northern portion of Tug Hill, the Black River Valley, and the Western edge of the Adirondack Mountains.

The club offers something for everyone, from active support for conservation  to a variety of outdoor activities and social events. Outings include hiking, canoeing, cross country skiing, and other outdoor activities. We also have social events such as chapter picnics and dinners. You do not have to be a triathlete or drive long distances to enjoy many of our activities. Hikes range from short, easy walks to more difficult high peaks climbs. Many activities are local - not all require a long drive to the Adirondacks.

Links:

Newsletter...
Photo Gallery...

Chapter Officers...
Membership...
Conservation...
Bylaws...  Appendix...
ADK Main Club...

Watertown YMCA Adventure Club
American Hiking Society...
Tug Hill Tomorrow Land Trust...
Winona Forest Recreation Assn...
DEC Region 6...
Derby Hill Bird Observatory...
Otter Creek Trail System...

Carpenter Road X-C Ski Trails...
BREIA X-C Ski Trails...
Winona State Forest Trails...
Barnes Corners Trails...
Adirondack Curriculum Project...

Guide to some local area trails...
Other useful information...

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See the newsletter or contact chapter officers for outing list and details

Facebook page

Yahoo discussion group

WEB SITE ADDRESS: The chapter has it's own domain name although the pages are actually hosted at prnewell.com.  Please use the address www.blackriveradk.org when you tell people about the web site.

This page last updated August 26, 2015.
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