Join Lauren Stevens on a hike remembering Henry David Thoreau.
Ever since the sesquicentennial of Henry David Thoreau’s ascent of Mount Greylock, in 1844, a group has hiked the mountain in late July to approximate his route, pausing at appropriate places to read his account. This 10-mile, day-long hike, up the Bellows Pipe Trail and down the AT and Bernard Farm trails, may be abbreviated if hikers arrange to leave a car at the summit. While food is available at Bascom Lodge, hikers should bring food and water. To register, leave a message at the Hoosic River Watershed Association, (413) 458 2742 or email@example.com.