Date: Saturday May 20 9am-Noon
Location: Park in the Billings Farm overflow lot, meet in front of Billings Farm Visitor Center. A Shuttle to the trail site may be available for those who register in advance. Work equipment provided. Call 802-457-3368 x222 to reserve you spot. ►Join us with the Ottaquechee Section of the Green Mountain Club.
Boats to Boats River Splash: July 16, 2017 Boots to Boats Section Hikes:June 17, July 1, July 15, July 29, August 12, Sept 2, Sept 16, Sept 30 Boots to Boats Public Kayak Days: June 25 & August 5 - Reservations required.Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org sign up.
the National Park Service imagined a link between Vermont’s Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and New Hampshire’sSaint-Gaudens National Historic Site. “Boots to Boats" is a series of hikes and paddles highlighting two National Parks, theAppalachian National Scenic Trail and the Connecticut River Blueway. ► Featuring 2 amazing parks, 1 scenic trail, and 1 national blueway.
► All ages and fitness levels are invited to experience a Boots to Boats adventure.
► Link to hiking and boating descriptions to craft your adventure or participate in the organized activities. ► Contact us: 802-457-3368 x222 with questions.
►Your Boots to Boats adventure could include up to 21 miles of glorious hiking through forest and mountain,
and 20 miles paddling down an awesome river.
►You don’t have to do it all. You're invited to walk or paddle any amount of the trail.
Hiking in the two parks & Appalachian Trail
► Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock,Vermont offers more than 20 miles of walking trails, including seven miles of wide carriage roads - no motor vehicles or bicycles allowed - through historic forests on Mount Tom. Find a map of the park.
► Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site in Cornish, New Hampshire offers a self-guided nature trail and a scenic hiking trail through 80 acres of forest, as well as the chance to stroll in beautiful gardens featuring inspirational sculptures. Find a map of the park.
►Hiking on theAppalachian Trailbetween the two parks -Sevenshort sections of the AT, from two to five miles one-way, connect Woodstock and Norwich, Vermont along the Appalachian National Scenic Trail.