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Gambrill Gambol

  • 21 Nov 2015
  • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Frederick, MD


  • Here we come a gamboling among the leaves so green (and red and yellow)! Come with us on an early Thanksgiving hike.

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Gambrill - [noun] a Maryland state park located in Frederick County and named after James H. Gambrill Jr., a Frederick resident and leading advocate of the conservation of natural resources.

Gambol - [noun] an act of running or jumping about playfully.

Gambril Gambol - [noun] a playful hike organized by the Mid-Atlantic chapter of Women Outdoors to usher in Thanksgiving week.

Okay, gals, we're going gamboling at Gambrill. Join us for a moderately strenuous hike on the Black Locust Trail at Gambrill State Park. There are some steep descents and ascents over some uneven trail along this 3.5-mile hike, so bring your hiking poles. The rewards are two overlooks - one of the city of Frederick and the other of the valley town of Middletown.

This free event is open to members and non-members of Women Outdoors. We invite non-members to come along on two events to see what you think. On your third event, we'll ask you to join the Mid-Atlantic chapter of Women Outdoors. You can also join now by clicking on this Join Us link.

Gambrill State Park charges $3/vehicle for Maryland residents and $5/vehicle for out-of-state residents.

Registration closes on Thursday, Nov. 19. Please include a telephone number so we can get in touch with you in case of any last minute changes.

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