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Cycling the Berkshires: Stockbridge-Alford Ramble

Location: Stockbridge, MA
Date: 20‑Jul‑2024
Activity: biking
Difficulty: [4] moderate »
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If you've never experienced the Berkshires on a bicycle, it's about time you did! This challenging 32-mile ride begins in Stockbridge, MA. We will cycle on quiet but hilly roads through Stockbridge, Housatonic, Great Barrington, Alford, West Stockbridge, and Lenox. These are among the most picturesque towns in the Berkshires. The planned route will involve approximately 2000 feet of total elevation gain (about 62 feet per mile), and there are several sections with grades over 5%.
This ride is intended for strong and experienced riders who are comfortable on long rides involving many climbs. We will sustain an average riding pace of 12-14mph.

Stony Ledge via Haley Farm and Hopper Trails Loop

Location: Williamstown, MA
Date: 20‑Jul‑2024
Activity: hiking
Difficulty: [4] moderate »
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We will start at the Haley Farm trail parking on Hopper Rd in Williamstown, MA and hike up the Haley Farm Trail to Stony Ledge. The first two miles are steep, with a gain of 1,475 feet. Once we reach Stony Ledge, we will stop to enjoy the outstanding views of the "Hopper" and Mounts Greylock, Fitch, Williams, Prospect and Saddle Ball, with the Green Mountains in the distance. After our stop we will continue down Sperry Rd and take the Hopper Trail back down to the cars.
The trail may have wet and stony sections so wear sturdy hiking boots. This is a moderate hike with approximately 5.5 miles and 1475 feet gain. Bring snacks, lunch, water, bug repellant, sunscreen as well as poles if you use them.

Nice & Easy Canal Walk

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 21‑Jul‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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A leisurely walk geared for seniors but open to all. Join the park interpreter for some exercise along the streets of Holyoke with informal, on-the-go interpretation. Each roughly 1 to 2 mile walk features a topic such as local history, architecture, plants and wildlife.
Meet at the Visitor Center. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Deerfield River, Fife Brook Section, Class II

Location: Charlemont, MA
Date: 21‑Jul‑2024
Activity: whitewater paddling
Difficulty: NA
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Paddle a 5-6 mile section (Fife section) of Class II whitewater on the Deerfield River. This trip will focus on practicing eddy turns, peel-outs, and ferries.
You will need a whitewater boat, paddle, spray skirt if in a kayak, life jacket, helmet, water shoes (no crocs or flip-flops) and appropriate clothing (cotton is not recommended). We will take a short break for lunch or a snack.
Prerequisites: Trip participants should have prior Class II whitewater paddling experience, boat control in fast moving water and knowledge of both wet exits & self rescue techniques. Boats must be suitable for whitewater.
Boat rental: One sit-on-top whitewater boat may be available for rent from AMC Western MA ($25). The rental will require you to travel to Ware, MA for the pickup and return to the same location. Contact the leader for more information.
Registration closes at 6 PM on Friday July 19th. The Trip Leader will email you when the time of the water release from the dam has been finalized and will give you the exact meeting time and location. If you would like to receive more information about the trip contact the Trip Leader or Co-Leader on the registration page.

Noepel Shelter Privy Crib

Location: Lanesborough, MA
Date: 21‑Jul‑2024
Activity: trail work
Difficulty: NA
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We will be working with volunteers from the local National Guard to carry in and assemble an additional crib for the privy at Noepel Shelter on Mt Greylock. We have about 2 dozen short boards to carry about a mile up hill to the work site. At the site, we'll cut and assemble the boards to create a third decomposition chamber for the privy. This will allow a longer time for waste to compost at this popular site.
Work involves carrying materials and tools on-trail for about a mile. A short portion of the carry is steeply up hill. We'll work with hand tools on site, some light carpentry and digging.
We'll meet at the Jones Nose Parking Area on Mt Greylock. There is about a one mile hike on easy trail to get to where we have staged the materials.
Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes. Work gloves are recommended. Bring lunch/snack and water to drink.

Tom Levardi Honored

Location: Dalton, MA
Date: 23‑Jul‑2024
Activity: trail work
Difficulty: NA
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Come to Dalton and hear all about Tom Levardi, a beloved trail angel in Dalton. Tom has been hosting AT hikers in his backyard for decades. Come to a screening about and interview with Tom and applaud his years of service. He is a much admired and well loved part of what makes the AT so special. The event is free and open to the public.

Exploring 3 Reservoirs and 2 Waterfalls

Location: Amherst, MA
Date: 23‑Jul‑2024
Activity: hiking
Difficulty: NA
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This reservoir/waterfall hike is an intermediate 6-mile hike along part of the Robert Frost Trail. We will start our hike from Meetinghouse Rd in Pelham and hike to Hill Reservoir. We will continue our hike to Intake Reservoir Dam following the Amethyst Brook to beautiful rock formations and waterfalls at Buffam Falls. We'll cross the road and hike along the powerlines up to Mt Orient and the Robert Frost Trail. We will hike to the view from Mt Orient and double back on the Robert Frost trail to Atkins Reservoir in Shutesbury. As a bonus and time permitting we will hike 1 mile to the Dean Brook waterfall and back.
This is a one way hike and we will need to spot cars at Atkins Reservoir.
The trails are generally moderate in slope with a minimum elevation of 436 ft and maximum elevation of 961 ft. The group will hike at a moderate pace (1.5 to 2 mph) and will stop periodically for water breaks and lunch.
Please be prepared for hot muggy weather. Wear proper footwear for summer wet trail conditions, bring snacks and lunch, 2 liters of water, and poles if you use them. Don't forget the bug spray and sunscreen.

Wednesday Night Climbing - Farley

Location: Farley, MA
Date: 24‑Jul‑2024
Activity: climbing
Difficulty: NA
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Come join us for an evening of socializing and pulling on the granite crimps and slopers of Farley Ledges. Western MA Mountaineering has everything you need to enjoy an evening of rock climbing save climbing shoes.
All participants are required to wear a helmet for the duration of this event. There is no fee from our committee.

Trees to the Rescue

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 26‑Jul‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
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Trees cool hot cityscapes, filter polluted air, provide relaxing views, slow runoff and more. Discover beneficial traits of urban trees in Holyoke Heritage State Park.
A short leisurely stroll with stops. Meet at the Visitor Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Bog Bridge Repairs Near Blue Hill Rd

Location: Great Barrington, MA
Date: 27‑Jul‑2024
Activity: trail work
Difficulty: NA
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We will reset and install new additional bog bridges in this wet area near Blue Hill Rd in Monterrey. We'll carry in new materials for a short distance on flat trail, then assemble the bog bridges on site.
We may carry and relocate existing bog bridges. Work area will be wet/muddy and slippery. Rubber boots might be the best option for footwear, depending on recent weather. Work gloves and insect repellant are recommended.
Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes (or muck boots). While this is likely to be a short day, bring lunch/snack and water to drink. Because of limited parking, we'll meet at the Benedict Pond parking area in nearby Beartown State Forest.

Tour of the Pioneer Valley Hamptons Bike Ride

Location: Easthampton, MA
Date: 27‑Jul‑2024
Activity: biking
Difficulty: NA
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Enjoy a 30-mile ride at a moderate pace (12-13 mph average) across all four of the Pioneer Valley Hamptons. Soon after we get started, you'll experience some enjoyable long and steady climbs with complimentary descents. However, most of this ride is on rolling terrain on quiet roads surrounded by farms and thick woods. We will stop for a break at Outlook Farm at about mile twenty-two. Our group will be kept together.
You will be contacted once you register and asked to answer a few screening questions. You will need a road bike, hybrid bike, or pedal-assist e-bike in good working order, a helmet, snack, water, and tube or tubeless tire kit to fix a flat. Once confirmed, you will be sent an information sheet with the starting point along with all necessary additional guidance.

Connecting Women, Connecting with Nature

Location: Russell, MA
Date: 26‑Jul‑2024 ➢ 28‑Jul‑2024
Activity: social
Difficulty: NA
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Please join our third annual Connecting Women, Connecting with Nature, women's-only weekend retreat AMC's Noble View Outdoor Center. We have scheduled a variety of traditional and non-traditional outdoor pursuits in the hope of attracting women to the joy and rejuvenation of the outdoors. View more details on our registration page.

Nice & Easy Canal Walk

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 28‑Jul‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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A leisurely walk geared for seniors but open to all. Join the park interpreter for some exercise along the streets of Holyoke with informal, on-the-go interpretation. Each roughly 1 to 2 mile walk features a topic such as local history, architecture, plants and wildlife.
Meet at the Visitor Center. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

A.T. to Benedict Pond Loop

Location: Monterey/Great Barrington, MA
Date: 30‑Jul‑2024
Activity: hiking
Difficulty: NA
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Hike from A.T. trailhead on Rt 23 at the Monterey/Great Barrington line to Benedict Pond, then hike the loop trail around the pond, and return via the A.T. Distance: 5.2 miles. Elevation gain: 935 feet.

Trees to the Rescue

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 02‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
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Trees cool hot cityscapes, filter polluted air, provide relaxing views, slow runoff and more. Discover beneficial traits of urban trees in Holyoke Heritage State Park.
A short leisurely stroll with stops. Meet at the Visitor Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Clipping Brush on East Mountain

Location: Great Barrington, MA
Date: 03‑Aug‑2024
Activity: trail work
Difficulty: NA
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We will be cutting back laurel bushes that are encroaching on the AT near the top of East Mountain. We'll be using hand loppers with quite a bit of stooping and reaching. A moderately strenuous one mile hike to work area -but some great views on the way.
Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes. Work gloves are recommended. Bring lunch/snack and water to drink.

Berkshire Hikes: Pine Cobble Preserve

Location: Williamstown, MA
Date: 03‑Aug‑2024
Activity: hiking
Difficulty: [5] vigorous »
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One of the quieter trails in the northern Berkshire region, the Pine Cobble Trail offers both great views and a workout in a half day adventure. Moderate distance of 6 miles on vigorous terrain with approximately 1,600 ft. of elevation gain. While not long, the trail climbs steeply uphill to Pine Cobble and other view points. Lookouts to Greylock, nearby NY and VT peaks, and visit a plateau of blueberries! Great training hike for taller peaks in VT and NH.

Family Art Hike and Scavenger Hunt at Mt Tom

Location: Holyoke, MA
Date: 03‑Aug‑2024
Activity: hiking, walking
Difficulty: NA
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Join us for a family-friendly hike and scavenger hunt at Mt. Tom co-sponsored by the AMC Family Programs and the New England Scenic Trail. We will meet at the Visitor Center near the playground, and will offer a slower-paced walk up to Goat Peak, with a beautiful vista of the famous Oxbow. A second moderate hike will be offered that will take the New England Train north to the same spot. (ap. 1 mile round trip for both) Returning to the playground pavilion, we will offer an art project that will display something you saw or felt on the adventure. We will also have snacks and lemonade available. As a bonus, we will be joined by the Mount Tom summer park interpreter, Brianna Hannigan, who will share her knowledge of the flora and fauna on this beautiful peak. Refer to the registration page for more information.

Nice & Easy Canal Walk

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 04‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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A leisurely walk geared for seniors but open to all. Join the park interpreter for some exercise along the streets of Holyoke with informal, on-the-go interpretation. Each roughly 1 to 2 mile walk features a topic such as local history, architecture, plants and wildlife.
Meet at the Visitor Center. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Sanderson Brook Falls Loop

Location: Chester Blandford State Forest, MA
Date: 06‑Aug‑2024
Activity: hiking
Difficulty: [4] moderate »
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This is a terrific wooded trail taking us into the Chester Blandford State Forest through thick wooded areas to a beautiful vista and to the beautiful Sanderson Brook Falls. The route traverses the H. Newman Marsh Trail, Memorial Trail, Mica Mine Road, Observation Hill Road, C.C.C. Trail, and Sanderson Brook Road. The falls are near the intersection of the C.C.C. Trail and Sanderson Brook Road. We will go clockwise, climbing up to the vistas, first and then go down to the falls, before walking back to the parking area along the unpaved Sanderson Brook Road. Trail is 4.4 miles long with an elevation gain of 1125'.

Trees to the Rescue

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 09‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
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Trees cool hot cityscapes, filter polluted air, provide relaxing views, slow runoff and more. Discover beneficial traits of urban trees in Holyoke Heritage State Park.
A short leisurely stroll with stops. Meet at the Visitor Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Great Barrington to Mill River Bike Ride

Location: Great Barrington, MA
Date: 10‑Aug‑2024
Activity: biking
Difficulty: [4] moderate »
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If you've never experienced the Berkshires on a bicycle, it's about time you did! This delightful ramble takes place in the southwest corner of the Berkshires, starting in the bustling town of Great Barrington. This ride is 26 miles in length, over rolling terrain with a total elevation gain of 1400 feet. We'll cycle primarily on quiet rural roads with beautiful scenery.
If we don't know you, you will be contacted once you register and asked to answer a few screening questions.
You will need a road bike, hybrid bike, or pedal-assist e-bike in good working order, a helmet, snack, water, and tube or tubeless tire kit to fix a flat.
Once confirmed, you will be sent an information sheet with the starting point along with all necessary additional guidance.

Nice & Easy Canal Walk

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 11‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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A leisurely walk geared for seniors but open to all. Join the park interpreter for some exercise along the streets of Holyoke with informal, on-the-go interpretation. Each roughly 1 to 2 mile walk features a topic such as local history, architecture, plants and wildlife.
Meet at the Visitor Center. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Natural Heritage Monitoring

Location: Berkshires, MA
Date: 13‑Aug‑2024
Activity: conservation
Difficulty: NA
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Old records indicate there are some rare plant species on the Appalachian Trail lands in the Warner Hill area. It's about time we looked for them. So on this date we'll take a walk into the woods, off trail, and see what we find.
This will be a bit longer day than our usual and we'll be out in the woods so come prepared, water, food / snacks, rain gear, bug repellent, etc. Foul weather cancels.

Mount Monadnock

Location: Monadnock Region, NH
Date: 13‑Aug‑2024
Activity: hiking
Difficulty: [6] strenuous »
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This hike uses the historic Marlboro trail on the west side of the mountain. The hike covers 4.5 miles with 1,850' of elevation gain. You must be in good physical condition for this strenuous hike. Our pace will be moderate at 1.5 miles an per hour. Expect to be hiking for 6 hours, some of which will be above treeline.
Dress for the conditions: a wind/rain jacket, good hiking boots, and no cotton. Bring 2 liters of water, trail snacks and a summit lunch.
Note carpooling is encouraged. NH state parks charges a fee of $15 per car.

Trees to the Rescue

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 16‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
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Trees cool hot cityscapes, filter polluted air, provide relaxing views, slow runoff and more. Discover beneficial traits of urban trees in Holyoke Heritage State Park.
A short leisurely stroll with stops. Meet at the Visitor Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Cycling the Pioneer Valley: Williamsburg - Ashfield - Conway

Location: Williamsburg, MA
Date: 17‑Aug‑2024
Activity: biking
Difficulty: [5] vigorous »
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Explore some of the prettiest roads in the Valley! This route passes through stunning Chapel Falls, quaint streams and expansive reservoirs. Bring plenty of water to refresh yourself as we climb more than 2,000 feet over our 31 mile ride. The shady country roads connect timeless towns such as Ashfield and Conway, offering two coffee shop stops for snacks, bathrooms and quick refreshments.
This ride is for intermediate riders and those who are training as there are hills (uphill and downhill!) throughout the route, right up until the last few miles of the ride. We will ride at an average speed of 12-14 mph.

Nice & Easy Canal Walk

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 18‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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A leisurely walk geared for seniors but open to all. Join the park interpreter for some exercise along the streets of Holyoke with informal, on-the-go interpretation. Each roughly 1 to 2 mile walk features a topic such as local history, architecture, plants and wildlife.
Meet at the Visitor Center. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Trees to the Rescue

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 23‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
Register »
Trees cool hot cityscapes, filter polluted air, provide relaxing views, slow runoff and more. Discover beneficial traits of urban trees in Holyoke Heritage State Park.
A short leisurely stroll with stops. Meet at the Visitor Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Nice & Easy Canal Walk

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 25‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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A leisurely walk geared for seniors but open to all. Join the park interpreter for some exercise along the streets of Holyoke with informal, on-the-go interpretation. Each roughly 1 to 2 mile walk features a topic such as local history, architecture, plants and wildlife.
Meet at the Visitor Center. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Cycling the Connecticut River Valley: Whately to Conway

Location: Whately, MA
Date: 25‑Aug‑2024
Activity: biking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
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Join us for a delightful 30-mile loop starting in Whately, exploring quiet paved roads in Whately, Conway and Deerfield. The activity level will be relaxed, with a moderate pace of 12-14 mph average. Total elevation gain over the route is approximately 1500 feet (50 feet per mile). There will be some challenging hills as we climb out of the river valley to Conway (maximum grade of 9%), where we'll stop for mid-ride refreshment at Baker's Country Store. From there it will be mostly downhill to Deerfield, then we'll cool down on flat roads as we return to our starting point. Optional food and ice cream available at the end of the ride!
We will keep the group together and regroup as needed along the way. There will be some automobile traffic on the roads, but in general the traffic will be light. Expect to be cycling for 2.5-3 hours.

Trees to the Rescue

Location: Holyoke Heritage State Park, MA
Date: 30‑Aug‑2024
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [2] relaxed »
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Trees cool hot cityscapes, filter polluted air, provide relaxing views, slow runoff and more. Discover beneficial traits of urban trees in Holyoke Heritage State Park.
A short leisurely stroll with stops. Meet at the Visitor Center. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Severe weather cancels.

Hikes With Tykes

Location: Holyoke, MA
Date: multiple opportunities
Activity: walking
Difficulty: [3] easy »
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If you are the parent, grandparent or primary caretaker of a wee one, birth to 2 years, you are invited to join an AMC Western MA bimonthly hike series geared to get you and your little one out on the trail in and around the Connecticut River Valley. Momma Kayla and Nanna Dawne are planning guided, easy stroller or baby backpack hikes in the afternoon on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of every month beginning on April 8th. This is a way for you and your child to connect with nature and other parents and child caretakers in a safe, inclusive way with trained AMC hike leaders.
Once we have an established registered group list we will email you with the specifics about time and location for each bi-weekly Monday hike. Click on the Register link to learn more. Let's get these little tykes out!

Hiking Chair

Date: ongoing
Activity: committee chair
Difficulty: NA
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The volunteer role of the Hiking Chair is to support leaders in offering a variety of hikes to AMC members and other participants, with a safe, fun, inclusive, and welcoming approach. A love of the outdoors and excellent organizational skills are a key fit for this position.
The volunteer role of the Hiking Chair is to support leaders in offering a variety of hikes to AMC members and other participants, with a safe, fun, inclusive, and welcoming approach. The one-year term starts November 1. The Hiking Chair works with trip leaders to:
  • Schedule hikes
  • Encourage interested hikers to become leaders
  • Assist interested people in signing up for Leadership Training
  • Participates in Leadership Training
  • Assist Leaders-in-Training to find mentors for co-leads
  • Encourage leaders to lead hikes of varying levels of difficulty year-round
  • Assist new or existing leaders with posting hikes on the AMC website as needed
  • Answer leader's questions regarding AMC or Western MA chapter policies, referring to pertinent documents online at amc-wma.org, and
  • Hold informational and social gatherings with leaders from time to time, as necessary.
The Hiking Chair serves on the Western MA Chapter Executive Committee and:
  • Attends monthly Executive Committee meetings
  • Submits monthly reports to the Executive Committee, and
  • Sets up an annual budget for hiking and stays within the budget.
The Hiking Chair may also:
  • Enlist other AMC members to serve on the Hiking Committee to assist with its activities
  • Serve as a resource for the Tuesday Hiking group, which has their own coordinators and emailers to promote and publicize hikes, and
  • Organize hiker training programs (such as winter hiking, snowshoeing, backpacking, etc.).
AMC's 12 chapters, run by volunteer Executive Committees, support the organization's mission on the ground by leading trips, offering outdoor skills and leadership training courses, and creating opportunities for conservation action and stewardship at the local level. These dedicated volunteers help activate their communities, often launching people on a path toward greater engagement with AMC's mission of protecting and enjoying the outdoors.

Chapter Vice Chair

Date: ongoing
Activity: chapter officer
Difficulty: NA
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Looking for the satisfaction of using your skills to help people Be Outdoors in western Massachusetts? Explore chapter governance in this support role, learning about all areas of the AMC Western MA Chapter, its activities, and the AMC organization.
AMC Western MA Chapter welcomes all interested candidates to inquire, and we invite the full participation of all individuals currently underrepresented in the outdoor community. The Chapter Vice Chair supports the Chapter Chair in leading the all-volunteer Chapter Executive Committee to advance the agreed-upon goals and serves for two consecutive years with the expectation that they will move into the Chapter Chair role after the Chair's two-year term. This position also serves as a liaison between the Chapter and the larger organization of AMC-with the Chair, they represent the organization at the local level and are an essential link between the staff, the Board of Directors, and the local Chapter members and volunteers.
Areas that the Vice Chair will, or might be, involved with include:
  • Attends and provides input in monthly Executive Committee meetings
  • Recruitment and nomination process for Executive Committee members
  • Event coordination, including Annual Meeting and Annual Planning Meeting
  • Other projects as agreed upon to advance the Chapter goals
  • Opportunity to attend weekend retreat at AMC property and AMC Summit with Chapter funds
  • Participates on the Chapters Committee (Chairs, Vice Chairs, Regional Directors, and Volunteer Relations staff), including attending meetings and providing input (three regular planning meetings, including two in person, and occasional online meetings due to organizational updates)
  • Coordinates with various Chapter committees as needed
Ongoing orientation is provided by the Chair, Regional Director, and Volunteer Relations staff!
Preferred qualifications:
  • Must be a member of the AMC or become a member before election
  • Organized, good communicator, willing to learn new things, willing to work with a diverse group of individuals; responds promptly to email and voice communications; is a team player
  • Attention to detail while maintaining a broad view of Chapter and AMC goals and needs
  • Access to a computer and some degree of computer proficiency for document management and information flow, or be willing to learn and utilize online resources
  • Enthusiastic promoter of the Chapter and the AMC!
Time commitment: ~5 hours per week.
AMC Western MA Chapter welcomes all interested candidates to inquire, and we invite the full participation of all individuals currently underrepresented in the outdoor community. We look forward to hearing from you at info@amc-wma.org. Thank you!
AMC's 12 chapters, run by volunteer Executive Committees, support the organization's mission on the ground by leading trips, offering outdoor skills and leadership training courses, and creating opportunities for conservation action and stewardship at the local level. These dedicated volunteers help activate their communities, often launching people on a path toward greater engagement with AMC's mission of protecting and enjoying the outdoors.
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