https://p.ridj-it.com/app/trip-detail?id=61133 Wellington Revere Beach Pkwy, Medford, MA 02155, USA
Wellington Revere Beach Pkwy
Medford, MA 02155
Meetup, Social Good, Sports & Active Life
Spend the weekend camping, hiking and visiting local breweries in NH's White Mountains with some help from Effortless Adventure. This adventure includes campsites at Russell Pond Campground located in the White Mountain National Forest, a digital self-guided itinerary with hiking maps, driving directions, recommended breweries, etc as well as the option to rent camping gear as part of the trip.
The provided digital itinerary (emailed out the Wednesday prior to the trip start date) is entirely downloadable and usable offline. It will provide several recommended hikes each day, generally moderate in difficulty. It also includes recommended breweries to stop by near each hike to pick up beers to enjoy at the campsite. Breweries include Schilling, Reklis, Iron Furnace, One Love, Woodstock Inn, and more. Driving directions to each and proximity to hikes are included.
Never been camping before or don’t have the gear? No problem. Either join this trip with your own camping gear, or rent it as part of this adventure. Those renting gear will be supplied with everything needed for your trip including a tent, sleeping bags, sleeping pads, a cooler, Coleman stove, cooking/eating utensils, camp chairs and more. You will be paired with one other person per tent. If you would like your own tent, choose the "Solo Rental Camping Gear" option below.
Cancellation Policy: Cancel for a full refund with 5 days notice. Less than 5 days notice there will be no refunds. If the trip has riders signed up and no driver is found, full refunds will be issued, regardless of timing.
Sign Up by 4pm on Wednesday September 16th to join this adventure. Additional Sign-Ups will be closed at this point.
Additional Details: This is not a guided trip. This is a "Self-Guided" trip with a detailed digital itinerary including maps as described above. Each day there will be a few options to be decided upon by the group (deciding between one or two trails, breweries to visit, etc). If you have additional questions leading up to the trip, feel free to leave a comment below.