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WINTER HIKING AND CROSS-COUNTRY SKI WEEKEND - NOBLE VIEW

Date and Time

Friday, February 7, 2020 - Sunday, February 9, 2020

Location

Noble View Outdoor Center, 635 South Quarter Rd, Russell, MA, 01071,
Massachusetts, Pioneer Valley,
MA

Registration

Registration is required for this activity. Please contact leader(s).

Overview

Join the SEM Chapter for its eighth annual winter weekend get-away at Noble View Outdoor Center in Russell, MA, approximately 2 hours' drive west of Boston. The centers quiet, pristine, mountaintop location offers breathtaking views of the Pioneer Valley east to Mt. Wachusett. Numerous trails wind through quiet woodlands, pass old cellar holes or descend to two waterfalls. Snowshoeing and cross-country skiing will be offered assuming enough snow and hiking otherwise. Participants will need to bring their own equipment. Please note the leader will have his well-behaved dog, Sunny, with him. The cottages have electricity, water, wood-stove heating, and shared bedrooms. Separate but next to the cottages is a heated bathhouse with toilets and hot showers. Hot meals are included in the registration fee starting with dinner Friday night through lunch on Sunday. We have reserved all 28 beds in both cottages, and we hope you decide to join us; this event is popular however, so register early.

AMC Trip Policy

Cost*

Adult: $105 member / $115 non-member
*The price is unchanged from last year and the year before. It includes 2 nights group lodging and hot meals starting with Friday dinner and ending with Sunday lunch.

Click map for driving directions
Noble View Participants on an afternoon hike

Activities

Hiking
Skiing - Cross-Country (Nordic)
Sledding
Social Events
Yoga

Offered By

Southeastern Massachusetts

Status

Open

Nearby AMC Destination

Noble View Outdoor Center

Difficulty

Moderate: Can perform activity and talk

Audience

Adults (18+)


Leader




(best time to call: After 7am and before 9pm)

Living in Boston I enjoy hiking around Greater Boston and beyond. You may often find me in the Blue Hills with my dog Sunny.

Leader



Leader