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Hike Great Bear Recreation Area

  • 11 Nov 2018
  • 1:00 PM
  • Fulton, NY


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This is a great place for a fall hike. The trail goes through woods and along the Oswego River. Not too steep overall but a bit of a scramble in a few places. The length of the hike depends on which trail we choose and how much time we spend observing nature. A possible loop would be to take the outer trail all the way to Whiskey Island and return via Lower Turtle Trail (Tow Path) ~ 3 miles. Another popular trail is the Yellow Loop, 2.3 miles, with a choice of shortcuts or extensions to make it shorter or longer. The group can decide as we go. Pets are welcome.

Check out their website, they have a great map and description of the place.

Bring: water, hiking poles (optional), appropriate clothing, snack and anything else you might like.

Location: Great Bear Recreation Area, corner of Route 57 and Great Bear Road, between Phoenix and Fulton (NW of Syracuse) 43.321130,-76.414840

How to find us: A small parking area is off County Route 57, across the junction of Great Bear Road. A gate allows the public to enter the property. There are no signs off the road to mark the parking area.

RSVP and Cancellations – IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ 

Please respect the trip leader and update your RSVP if you sign-up but then are unable to attend. Please also RSVP early, especially if there are only a few signed up. Events may be cancelled due to lack of attendance, as well as changes in weather or other circumstances. So be sure to RSVP and share your cell phone number when asked, as events may have changed and you will not receive notification. If you must cancel at the last minute, call or text the event host/trip leader (let her know who it is who is calling/texting). Contact information is included in your registration confirmation. Be sure to copy down the address, directions, and trip leader contact information to bring with you as there might not be good cell service at the event location.

This free event is open to members and non-members of Women Outdoors. Non-members are invited to join us on two events to see what you think. The third time's a charm - we'll ask you to join Women Outdoors at that point. You can join now by clicking on Join Us

You can also join our Meetup Group and you'll be able to share in the conversation with other attendees, ask about car-pooling, borrow equipment, etc. RSVP here or on Meetup.

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