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Time: September 20, 2014 from 10:30am to 5pm
Location: Worthington State Forest
Street: Dunnfield Creek Natural Area - Rt. 80 West, Mile Marker 1
City/Town: Around Columbia, NJ
Website or Map: https://goo.gl/maps/DCX4v
Event Type: warren county, athletic
Organized By: Laura Occhipinti
Latest Activity: Sep 19, 2014
Lots of interest in this event but not enough tickets sold. So sorry but it has been canceled.
This hike is going to blow you away! We will be climbing the famous
Mt Tammany section of Worthington State forest for spectacular mountaintop views of the Delaware River and surrounding area. We will then continue through beautiful forests on a rarely used trail to
Sunfish Pond: a crystal clear glacial pond where we will stop for lunch and soak in the beauty. As part of this "Day Trip" we'll head over to the ever popular Village Bakery for some post-hike rewards.
$30 at the door (so please register online)
$30 online and at the door
Limited tickets are available. All sales are final. Your name will be at the door if you buy a ticket.
David will be leading this hike. David will not be waiting for late people. In fairness to those who arrive on time, the hike will start on time.
Difficulty level is 4.0, http://www.njyp.org/page/hike-ratings
We will be hiking a total of about 9 to 10 miles and will take approx 6.5 hours.
As with all hikes you must be in good, athletic shape. This is NOT suitable for beginners.
What to bring:
Hiking boots and 3 liters of water (both required).
Also recommended is non-cotton clothing.
Sunscreen, bug spray, and a light snack/small lunch.
Toilet paper, a garbage bag, backpack, etc.
Directions: This place is easy to miss, so careful attention to directions is required. Take Rt. 80 West until mile marker 1. Immediately past mile marker 1, make the first right hand exit and then immediately turn right into the lot. This is not the same lot used in the past for Mt Tammany Hikes, but it is adjacent to it so if you miss it, just park in the next lot (labeled Dunnfield Creek Natural Area) and walk over. We are using this first lot because the other lot always has space issues.
If you miss the parking lot area altogether, take exit 1 then make the first left going under Rt. 80 onto River Rd. Do not get on 80 East, instead follow River Rd. until you see an underpass under Rt. 80 on the left. Take that underpass, make a left, and then immediately look for the sign that says Dunnfield Creek Natural Area. This is the 2nd lot as described above so just walk over to the first lot.
Google Maps Link:
How to find the group:
Meet in the first parking lot. If you miss the first lot, as explained above, just walk on over to it as they are very close.