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Winter Waterfalls

January 12, 2014

See waterfalls as they cascade down through chunks of frozen ice and snow at Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), 1-3:30pm. Dress warm, wear sturdy boots, and bring a camera. Call to reserve a seat in the van. $12. 570/828-2319.

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Introduction to Snowshoeing

January 12, 2014

Learn the basics of snow shoes and enjoy a winter stomp through the woods at Pocono Environmental Education Center, 9-11am. No experience necessary, they provide the equipment and teach you everything you need to know. Register early to guarantee a spot. $10. 570/828-2319.

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Animal Tracking

January 11, 2014

Explore Pocono Environmental Education Center's (PEEC) natural areas for tracks, trails, scat, territory marks, eat marks, and other signs that animals leave as they travel through the fields and forests of the Poconos. Call to register. Free for members/$5 for non-members. 570/828-2319.

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Cross-country skiing

January 5, 2014
January 12, 2014
January 19, 2014
January 26, 2014

Cross country skiing at Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), 1-3pm. $20 adult/$10 child. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross-country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. Skis, poles & boots provided, register w/shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319.

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PEEC

Cross-country skiing

January 11, 2014
January 18, 2014
January 25, 2014

Cross country skiing at Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC), 9-11am. $20 adult/$10 child. Enjoy the winter woods with beginner ski lessons. Learn the basics of cross-country skiing and practice on an old logging road loop. Skis, poles & boots provided, register w/shoe size to guarantee a spot. 570/828-2319.

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PEEC

Hike the Minisink Trail

October 18, 2014

Beautiful five-mile loop trail on Shawangunk Ridge in Huckleberry State Forest, Town of Greenville. Wear sturdy shoes; bring water. Participants will carpool or caravan to trail. Meet 9am, DEC fishing platform, Indian Orchard Road (South Road). Sponsor: Basha Kill Area Association, thebashakill.org, 845/754-0732.

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Mike Medley
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845/754-0732

Hike the Shawangunk Ridge

October 4, 2014

Moderately difficult hike; four to five hours, fall colors, scenic vistas. Meet 9:30am, D&H Canal Kiosk, Pat Moore Memorial Picnic Grove, Sullivan Street. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association, the watchdog group for this wetland straddling the border between Orange and Sullivan Counties. thebashakill.org. 845/754-0743.

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Mike Medley
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845/754-0743

Canoe / Kayak the Basha Kill

September 27, 2014

Paddle over the scenic waters of the Basha Kill. Meet 10am, DEC boatlaunch across from 1131 South Rd., Wurtsboro. Must bring your own vessel. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association. thebashakill.org. 845/754-0743.

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Mike Medley
Contact Phone #: 
845/754-0743

Sunrise Walk

August 17, 2014

Glory of the rising sun reflected in peaceful waters of the Basha Kill. Meet 5:30am, Haven Road, off Route 209 south of Wurtsboro. Sponsored by the Basha Kill Area Association. thebashakill.org. 845/386-4892.

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Gary Keeton
Contact Phone #: 
845/386-4892

History of the D&H Canal

July 20, 2014

Everything from mastodons to steam locomotives has moved through valley of the Canal. Discover fascinating history of first million dollar project in the US and the people who lived and worked around it. Meet 10am, DEC access road across from Hometown Deli, Route 209. Sponsor: Basha Kill Area Association. thebashakill.org. 845/386-4892.

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Gary Keeton
Contact Phone #: 
845/386-4892
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