Calling all NYC – Hudson Valley outdoor & hiking enthusiasts! The purpose of this group is to bring people together. People who like being outside, hiking, backpacking, camping, kayaking, cycling, mountaineering, rock / ice climbing, caving, etc. This is an extremely active group with hikes every weekend and over 5,000 members! Click here to find out more and / or join.
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Posted in Backpacking, Biking, Catskills, Eastern NY, Hiking, Hudson Valley, Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Mountaineering, New York City, Rock Climbing, tagged camping, caving, ice climbing, Rock Climbing on November 23, 2012| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Adirondacks, Adventures, Backpacking, Catskills, Central NY, Cross-country ski, Education / skills, Hiking, Mohawk Region, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Shawangunks, Snowshoeing, tagged Backcountry Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, First Ascent Rock Climbing, http://emsclimb.com/locations_new_york.html Rock Climbing, ice climbing, lake placid, little falls, Mountaineering, New Palz, Overnight Trips, Snowshoe Tours, Top Rope Anchor Building Clinic on January 4, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Rock Climbing, Ice Climbing, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoe Tours, Mountaineering, Overnight Trips, Backcountry Skiing, First Ascent Rock Climbing, and Top Rope Anchor Building Clinic.
All of these adventures and more are offered through emsClimb.com in New Palz, Lake Placid and Little Falls.
Posted in Adirondacks, Catskills, Hiking, Mountaineering, New York City, Shawangunks, tagged Adirondacks, Catskills, climbing, gunks, Hiking, ice climbing, little falls, Mountaineering, new york, ny, peak bagging on December 2, 2007| Leave a Comment »
Here’s a resource for peak baggers. Mountain Project allows users to enter data on mountains to climb, including winter ice climbing. Some of the areas covered currently include:
Adirondacks (Ice) (2)
Catskills (Ice) (18)
Gunks, The (275)
Little Falls (29)
New York City (0)
Wilmington Notch – High Falls Crag (1)
Wilmington Notch, Moss Cliff
Use the selections at the left on the Mountain Project web site to drill down to various locations in New York State, or return to the main page to explore the world.