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Hike: Norvin Green in Ringwood

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Hike: Norvin Green in Ringwood

Time: May 19, 2012 from 10:30am to 2pm
Location: Norvin Green State Forest (Weis Ecology Center)
Street: 130 Snake Den Rd (approx)
City/Town: Ringwood, NJ
Website or Map: http://goo.gl/maps/vzve
Event Type: passaic county, athletic
Organized By: Laura Occhipinti
Latest Activity: May 20, 2012

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Event Description

Come out and enjoy the spring air with a scenic, vigorous hike in the Highlands of NJ.  This hike sports a 360 degree mountain top viewpoint where we can see far-away hills, sparkling reservoirs and the NYC skyline as well as a beautiful waterfall (which thanks to a wet winter and spring, should be flowing very nicely!).  We will meet for an optional late lunch after the hike.

Specs:
The hike is classified as Moderate to Strenuous (depending on your fitness level) and is about 6 miles long.
The hike should take 3.5 hours.
As with all hikes you must be in good, athletic shape.


Eventbrite - Hike: Norvin Green in Ringwood
Member Cost:
$5 for the first 5 to buy a ticket
$10 for the next 6-25 to buy a ticket
$20 at the door (so please register online)

Non-Member Cost:
$20 online and at the door

Tickets:
There are a limited number of Tickets for sale. Tickets are not mailed, but your name will be kept at the door. Actual hike is subject to change depending on weather conditions, fallen trees, etc. All sales are final.

Sweeper:
If our hiking group is large we might look for 2 volunteers to act as sweepers. Sweepers will walk at the end of the hike line and will make sure the group stays together.

Hike Leader:
David will be leading this hike.

What to bring:
Hiking boots and water (both required).
Be prepared for mud and water.
Snacks, a light lunch, etc.
Toilet paper, tissues, plastic bags for garbage, etc.

Inclement Weather:
Precipitation will cancel this hike.  Please check your inbox for updates and the NJYP.org calendar. Tickets will be refunded.

How to find the group:
Meet in the dirt parking lot right on Snake Den Rd.  It is a large area and immediately visible from the road so there is no mistaking it.  It will be on the right hand side as you are driving up Snake Den Rd.
Please arrive on time as we will not wait for latecomers.

Directions:
Take 287 North to exit 55.  At the end of the ramp, make a right onto Ringwood Ave.  Follow that for 4 miles and make a left onto Westbrook Drive (It will be just past the Skyline Diner which is on the right side).  After about 1.5 miles, you will get to the intersection, bear left.  After approx 0.5 miles, turn left onto Snake Den Rd.  Follow that for about 0.6 miles to the dirt parking lot on the right, right off the road.
http://goo.gl/maps/vzve

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Comment by Larry on May 20, 2012 at 10:48pm
Comment by Keira on May 16, 2012 at 3:05pm
Sorry, Dave - I may see you guys at Norvin Green, but I'll be on the Hoya alumni hike. Just my luck to have a pick of 2 Norvin Green hikes on the same day!
Comment by NorthNJDavid on May 16, 2012 at 10:58am

It's going to be a really nice day on Saturday.  Sunny and 70 as of Wednesday!  Can't wait!

Comment by Steven Sevchuk on May 11, 2012 at 9:32am

Sorry I'll miss this one, this was my first NJYP hike, I'll be running in Run-A-Muck instead.

Have a good hike!  This was one of my favorites!

Comment by NorthNJDavid on May 9, 2012 at 12:07am

Hey Kevin, there will be a few notable uphill and downhill portions that can be strenuous.  The difficulty rating comes from the # of hills, difficulty of hills, trail terrain and overall distance.  Those that hike regularly challenging courses may think this on the top end of moderate and others will feel it is strenuous. I will always wait for the group at the top or a bottom of a significant hill, so if your worry is about being left behind, no worries.  As a reference, a number of hills will be noticeably more challenging than those at Tripod rock (steeper grade, longer distance on the hill).  Hope that helps!  

Comment by Kevin on May 5, 2012 at 10:46pm

...so, when we're talking "strenuous," do we mean very rocky or lots of up-hills and down-hills in this case?

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