Hike: South Mountain Climb

Event Details

Hike: South Mountain Climb

Time: June 13, 2015 from 10:30am to 1:30pm
Location: South Mountain
Street: 14-20 Cherry Ln Tulip Springs parking area
City/Town: West Orange NJ
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?q…
Event Type: essex county, athletic
Organized By: Brian and Mike
Latest Activity: Jun 13, 2015

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Event Description

In the heart of Suburbia lies a beautiful piece of land set aside for us to explore.  While it is in the middle of Millburn, West Orange and South Orange, you would never know after just a few minutes of hiking within!  Witness 2 waterfalls, giant Rhododendrons and a pretty riverside walk as part of the adventure. Afterward those who have worked up an appetite will head out for lunch together.

Difficulty level is 2.5, http://www.njyp.org/page/hike-ratings
5 miles and will take about 3 hours.
As with all hikes you must be in reasonable athletic shape.

Eventbrite - Hike: South Mountain Climb

Member Cost:
$10 online
$20 at the door (so please register online)

Non-Member Cost:

$20 online and at the door

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.

If the group is large we are going to 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 or sneakers
2 Liters of Water (required).
Snacks, a light lunch, etc.
Toilet paper, tissues, plastic bags for garbage, etc.

Inclement Weather:
Most heavy precipitation will cancel this hike; drizzle may not. Please check your inbox for updates. Tickets will be refunded.

Take 280 West until exit 10 (West Orange / Northfield Ave). At the end of the ramp, make a left onto Northfield Ave. Follow for approx 2.4 miles and bear right just past the dunkin donuts on the right hand side (you’ll see a sign that shows an arrow pointing to right saying Verona, and it’s a 1 way street).  Follow that 1 way to the end and make a left.    That will put you on Cherry Lane.  Follow that for almost a mile and then look for the Tulip Springs parking area sign on the left hand side of the road.  Pull into the 2nd parking area, about 200 feet to the right after you turn in.


How to find the group:
Meet in the 2nd parking lot.  When you turn off the main road into the Tulip Springs parking area, the 2nd lot is to the right about 200 ft.
We will not wait for latecomers.

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Comment by Brian and Mike on June 13, 2015 at 10:46am

Apparently roads are closed and there is no parking. David and I are very sorry, we had no idea there was an event going on in the area.  Refunds will be sent this week but we will also try to reschedule this one.

Comment by Karl Kemmerer on June 13, 2015 at 10:37am
Could other people get there? Hopefully will be refund/reschedule!
Comment by Karl Kemmerer on June 13, 2015 at 10:34am
Cherry lane seems to be closed. I can't get to the hike area!
Comment by Michelle Wade on June 13, 2015 at 10:33am
Roads blocked what's David's number?
Comment by Brian and Mike on June 12, 2015 at 8:29pm

Nice group for tomorrow!  Do not worry if there is a morning shower, the group will wait the rain out. 

Find David in the parking lot at 10:30. Remember, he starts the hikes on time.

Comment by Michael on June 11, 2015 at 3:36pm

I'll be bringing my walking sticks again if anyone wants to borrow or buy. Prices are between $25 and 40. See y'all there!

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