(802) 244-7037 - Phone
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(802) 244-5867 - Fax
Calendars of Events:
|Green Mountain Club completes Long Trail digital map|
Vt Digger - Posted on: 9:56 am Tue Jun 18th, 2019
Long Trail Digital Map Now Available
|Mud season is here: help protect fragile trail environments|
Posted on: 12:22 pm Wed Apr 17th, 2019
Today the Green Mountain Club (GMC), the Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation (FPR), and the Green Mountain National Forest (GMNF) call on Vermonters and recreational tourists to be wary of the return of mud season to the Green Mountains and to respect associated trail closures and advisories.
|Fall hiking, Hiring, Pumpkin carving contest, and more!|
Posted on: 2:03 pm Mon Oct 8th, 2018
The third annual GMC Pumpkin Carving Contest has begun! Carve your best jack-o'-lantern and share the photo on social media for a chance to win a Green Mountain Club Winter Beanie! The carving should be related to the Long Trail, hiking, or mountains. Winners will be chosen for Most Creative, Staff Favorite, and Executive Director's Pick.
|Our Trail Community|
Posted on: 11:09 am Thu Sep 27th, 2018
You may have seen our post on social media about a recent theft of chainsaws and generators from our locked facilities at our headquarters in Waterbury Center.
| ||State Police Seek Information Regarding Burglary at the Green Mountain Club in Waterbury|
Vt. State Police Posted on: 3:25 pm Fri Sep 21st, 2018
On 09/21/18, at approximately 0939 hours, the Vermont State Police received a report of a burglary at the Green Mountain Club located on the Waterbury-Stowe Road, in the Town of Waterbury, VT.
Green Mountain Club Mission
The mission of the Green Mountain Club is to make the Vermont Mountains play a larger part in the life of the people by protecting and maintaining the Long Trail System and fostering, through education, the stewardship of Vermont's hiking trails and mountains.
What We Do
The Green Mountain Club (GMC) primarily cares for the Long Trail. Additionally, GMC's advocacy and education efforts also safeguard Vermont's many other hiking trails. GMC volunteers and staff teach low-impact practices and safety skills that outdoor enthusiasts use whenever they hit the backwoods. Through its land protection program in northern Vermont, the Club has protected more than fifty-five miles of the Long Trail System and 16,000 acres of backcountry land.
The Green Mountain Club maintains the Long Trail in cooperation with the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, Appalachian Trail Conference, and private landowners.
These hikes are for women led by women. Learn safe outdoor travel skills and Leave No Trace principles, be challenged physically, build confidence, and spend time in the mountains. Instructors: Mary Lou Recor, Sue Swindell, Sylvia Plumb, and Val Stori; GMC Education Staff. Hikes are free for GMC members (donations are always appreciated) and $10 for nonmembers. Please register two weeks prior to workshop date.
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