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Time: April 15, 2012 from 10:30am to 1pm
Location: Pyramid Mountain Visitors Center
Street: Mars Court at Boonton Ave
City/Town: Montville, NJ
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f…
Event Type: morris county, athletic, bbc
Organized By: Laura Occhipinti
Latest Activity: Apr 14, 2012
Old Date - 3.31.12
New Date - 4.15.12
If you cannot make the new date email Laura@njyp.org for a refund.
On this early spring morning we are venturing out to investigate one of New Jersey’s mysteries, the Tripod Rock. Weird NJ reports that there are theories that this rock was purposefully balanced by prehistoric humans while others give all the credit to glacial movement. Read up here on what to watch out for then grab your boots and reusable water bottle and meet us for a springtime romp to the rock.
The hike is classified as moderate- some uphill and downhill parts.
The hike is about 4 miles long and will take 2 to 2.5 hours.
$5 for the first 5 to buy a ticket online
$10 for the next 6-25 to buy a ticket online
$20 at the door
$20 online and at the door
There are a limited number of Tickets for sale. All sales are final.
Are you a Sideliner or Player? Go here for ticket discount info, http://www.njyp.org/group/the-better-body-challenge-main-group
If the group size is larger than 10, we are going to look for a volunteer to act as a sweeper.
Dave will be leading this hike.
He not be waiting for late comers; arrive on time.
What to bring:
Hiking boots and 2 liters of water are required.
If cold, please dress in layers that are not made out of cotton.
Consider bringing a snack as well if you may get hungry while hiking.
Heavy precipitation (rain or snow) will cancel this hike. Also, the forecasted high for the day will have to be above 32 degrees and no standing snow cover on the ground. Please check your inbox for updates and the calendar. Tickets will be refunded.
Head north on I-287. Follow I-287 north until exit 45: Boonton (Wooton St). At the end of the exit ramp, go straight until the stop sign then make a left onto Wooton St. Follow Wooton St. for a bit (big uphill) until you see the blinking red light which is a 4 way stop. At that light, make a right onto Boonton Ave (Rt. 511). Follow 511 for approx 2.7 miles and be mindful that there is a quick right and left turn to stay on Rt. 511 at some point. You’ll see the park on the left. Then parking lot entrance is opposite of Mars Ct on the right side.
Google Maps Link
How to find the group:
Meet in the parking lot next to the visitor’s center building.