https://p.ridj-it.com/app/trip-detail?id=70226 Wellington Revere Beach Pkwy, Medford, MA 02155, USA
Wellington Revere Beach Pkwy
Medford, MA 02155
Meetup, Social Good, Sports & Active Life
Get off trail and explore the winter woods in a whole new way!
Most hikes will be around 2 miles or less, over moderate terrain.
This hike will be off trail (snowshoes or micro spikes and trekking poles required)
Please note: All hikes meet at the Waterville Valley Rec. Department 15 min. before listed start time unless otherwise noted. Space is limited.
What to bring:
Clothing appropriate for outdoor travel (non- cotton) Synthetic or wool materials are ideal for cold/ wet environments.
Waterproof/wind proof top and pants
2 insulating layers ( synthetic or wool - non- cotton)
Extra socks (non- cotton)
Winter hiking boots & gaiters
Warm hat and gloves/ mittens
Hand warmer packets ( hot hands)
Water 2-3 liters (insulated container helps prevent freezing)
Trail lunch and snacks ( lightweight & high energy foods)
Personal items (cell phone, camera, medications, etc)
Headlamp/ flashlight with new batteries
A smile & positive attitude!
Due to the current pandemic, it has become necessary to make the following changes to our guided hikes -
1. Advanced online registration and payment will be necessary to limit contact
2. Participants will be required to meet at the trail head - Transportation will not be provided
3. Face mask use is mandatory for all participants - please bring your own mask and use when in close proximity to others
4. Please bring your own hand sanitizer and use frequently
5. Space is limited to 6 participants
6. We will practice social distancing while hiking
Thank you for your understanding of these safety policies, we greatly appreciate your participation in keeping our community safe.
You should be able to perform moderate to challenging cardio for a few hours at a time.
Running on a treadmill is a good indicate of the fitness you need to do well on this hike.
If you are traveling from Massachusetts, please be aware of the State’s guidelines for travel outside of the State. The guidelines can be found here. You are expected to abide by these guidelines and assume all responsibility for non-compliance.