Category Archives: Important Notices
until further notice due to the Moncton Area now being in the Red Level of the NB COVID Recovery Plan.
As you all know the Province is now in the Orange Level and as such there are restrictions that affect our events. The Scheduling Director and hike leaders will review each event to determine if it can be held under … Continue reading
Looking for a New Year’s Resolution ? Join your fellow Outdoor Enthusiasts at Mapleton Park on Saturday May 1, 2021 for the “Mapleton 8 Challenge” – 8 laps (40km) around Mapleton park. Sounds like too much? Don’t think you can … Continue reading
The event will be at the same time and location as previously indicated but bring your snowshoes.
Jan 2, 2021 Saturday: There will be a change in the location of the hike this Saturday because of water levels at Adair’s. It will be in Westcock (near Sackville) and will start at St. Ann’s Anglican Church (all heathens … Continue reading
If you wish to rid yourself of some unwanted holiday calories I will be leading a hike on Dennis and Waterside beaches on Sunday December 27th. Meet at Petro-Can in Point Park at 12:00 or at the Four corners in … Continue reading
December 22, Tuesday: A leisurely stroll downtown to admire the Christmas lights, followed by holiday cheers at Buddha Bear. Walk from Chocolate River Station, Riverview to Moncton Library on the trail and return via Main Street. Easy – 2 hours. Meet at Chocolate … Continue reading
Season Greetings… who is looking forward to a New Year!!! Our events leaders have been busy, checking their list twice… The new events for 2021 are now online. Find the events for January, February and March under “Upcoming Events” on … Continue reading
We are lucky to have Yvon Maillet as our new president. He asked me to pass on his inauguration message: “I welcome the opportunity to be President of the Moncton Outdoors Enthusiasts !The key goal is still to nurture the atmosphere of offering … Continue reading
Saturday December 19th The Black Horse, Hastings Road, Maplegrove trails, perhaps 12 Kms. rated as moderate for most, perhaps strenuous for some, one long downhill and one long uphill (not steep), great tread to walk on. Lunch at a rustic cabin … Continue reading