Saturday, Dec 7/19 will probably be a snowshoe event 7 kms moderate still at French Fort Cove near Miramichi be using a Creaghan Gulch & Venture sections for our snowshoe event.
Reminder to bring your ice grippers to be ready for winter challenges. Meeting at Irving Station, 64 Champlain, Dieppe at 9 a.m. contact YVON 856-6826.
BTW if you need a pair of Snowshoes, the club has a few to lend out to members. Contact Dave at 386-2923.
Hike from Memramcook to Gayton 10 Kms loop easy to moderate.
Meet Irving Station, 64 Champlain, Dieppe at 10 a.m.
For more information call TED @ 852-0976.
Greetings all, i see that there is not a hike scheduled for this Saturday the 30th November. I am planning a hike near Mary’s Point, not Mary’s Point, but next to Mary’s Point. It will be out on the dykes for part of the hike past islands, a whirlpool, and finally out to the coast for lunch then back through the forest for a bit out to a path then back on the dykes and back to the vehicles. The terrain is flat for the most part and the hike would be rated as moderate and should take about 2.5 to 3 hours. This hike is weather dependent to a degree, the weather looks like cool and breezy with sun in the PM.
If the wind is really strong I may change the hike to one that is more in the woods, stay tuned.
Meet time is 10:00 at Petro-Can in Riverview by Point Park or the Old bank Museum in Riverside/Albert at 10:45-10:55.
Call Paul@ 381-0397
****CURRENT MEMBERS ONLY****
Winter camping overnight adventure in a rustic refuge at Kouchibouguac National Park on Saturday January 25, 2019. The trail is an easy 8 kms for snowshoeing from the bridge on route 117 to the refuge in the South Kouchibouguac campground. On the return trip Sunday, we could possibly use another trail ( 8-10 kms) depending on the weather conditions. In the refuge, accommodations include a wood stove for heat and warming food, 6 sleeping platforms, 3-4 picnic tables inside the refuge, and a outhouse.
Limited spaces available.
Please confirm your attendance as soon as possible.
Items needed for the adventure:
• sleeping bag, pillow and mat
• food ( 2 lunches, 1 dinner and 1 breakfast plus snacks)
• water ( no potable water available)
• cooking utensils/ cleaning materials
• camp stove ( optional)
• personal toiletries
• change of clothes
For further information and reservation, please call Yvon Maillet at 856-6826
Bowling – Wed Nov 27th
Who: All members of the Moncton Outdoor Enthusiasts! Inc.
Where: Fairlanes 936 Mountain Road, Moncton (858-8740)
When: 7-9pm Wednesday Nov 27, 2019
Why: To break up the week and have a few laughs with a great group of people
How Much: Adults $4.25/game + $2.50 for shoes ($11 for 2 games)
Seniors 50+ $3.25/game + $2.00 for shoes ($8.50 for 2 games)
Teams: 3 to 5 people depending upon number of participants
The Fine Print:
– A member’s only event but please feel free to bring your significant other
– Please email me if you are interested in participating so I can reserve lanes
Greetings all, I see that there is not a hike on Saturday the 23rd of November. After checking out Shepody Mtn. last weekend I am prepared to lead a hike up to the top of Shepody Mountain this Saturday. It would be rated as moderate to strenuous and would last about 3 hours 15 minutes to 3 hours 45 minutes.
Meet time would be 10:00 at Petro-Can in Point Park in Riverview. Seconday meet spot would be at the lower site parking lot at the Hopewell Rocks at 10:35. The second meet spot is because I will not be at the Petro-Can and I will need to lead us to the parking spot where we start up the mountain.
Weather looks like sun/cloud, plus 1 degree, but with a reasonably substantial wind.
Call Paul @381-0397
I propose to lead a hike this Sunday November 17th at the venerable old Hopewell Rocks with maybe a short walk next door at Ponderosa Pines and out on to the dykes. The meet time would be at 10:00 A.M. at the lower site at the Hopewell Rocks. The hike should be classified as easy to moderate. The weather looks scrumptious, a degree or two below zero, sunny and very little wind. Call Paul 381-0397.