The Catskill 3500 Club hosts an annual Winter Weekend every January to bring together all levels of hikers – those new to winter hiking to very experienced outdoors people – to enjoy, learn and appreciate the Catskill Mountains. Hikes and bushwhacks are offered to a variety of peaks, including the four required winter ones. Information on next season’s weekend will be posted in the fall.
Each spring the Catskill 3500 Club invites Members, Aspirants, and their guests to attend our annual dinner. It is a chance to socialize with fellow hikers, a time when new members receive their certificates and a speaker presents on a topic relevant to the Catskills or hiking.
This year's guest speaker will be Jeff Rider, DEC Senior Supervising Forester, whose topic will be stewardship and conservation issues related to the increase of interest in and traffic to the Catskill Mountains, including challenges and successes the DEC has had in handling the results and future plans. There will be time for an extensive question and answer period as well.
Registration deadline is March 13, 2017. Space is limited so reserve early (checks will be deposited after dinner). Please note, there will be NO VALET PARKING provided by the venue. If you need parking assistance, please indicate this on the registration form.
Please see the winter Canister for reservation form and more details
See you there!!
The Catskill 3500 Club hosts a Wilderness First Aid Course (SOLO Certified) every spring. This is a valuable course for both hike leaders and regular hikers. Look for details on the next class in January.