6th Annual Lake George Land Conservancy Hike-A-Thon
The Lake George Land Conservancy’s annual Hike-A-Thon is a one-day event held each July 5th, created to showcase LGLC’s parks and preserves as free public resources, and to promote an appreciation for the outdoors and protecting the land that protects the lake. The first Hike-A-Thon took place in 2013, and it’s been getting bigger and better ever since!
Hikes take place simultaneously at locations around Lake George, culminating with aerial photography of each group by helicopter. The event is free – we want everyone to be able to participate, regardless of financial means. Donations are gratefully accepted, however, and are used to run the event; any extra is put towards stewardship costs associated with the maintenance and enhancement of these properties.
2018 Registration Information:
Early-Bird Registration will open Monday, March 5 for the 2018 Hike-A-Thon.
- Early-Bird Registration: March 5 – April 30
- Early-Birds receive free t-shirts for each participant
General Registration May 1 – June 15
- Registration for the 2018 Hike-A-Thon closes at midnight, EST, on June 15. Shirts and other merchandise may be purchased until May 31.
*This year’s color is purple, and the shirts are the same as past year’s (not 2017) – moisture-wicking 3.8-ounce, 100% polyester performance T’s from Sport-Tek.
As always, please note that each site has its own maximum capacity based on available parking, trails and ecological sensitivity. Once a site has reached its maximum, its registration will be closed. Please note - if you want to participate in the Inspiration Point/Silver Bay YMCA hike, you must contact them directly to register - email Darrell Fedchak at email@example.com.
- Amy's Park
- Charles R. Wood Park
- Amy's Park - Uplands
- Godwin Preserve
- The Pinnacle
- Schumann Preserve at Pilot Knob
- Thomas Mountain
- Up Yonda Farm
- Gull Bay Preserve
- Inspiration Point - Silver Bay YMCA
- Buck Mountain (2nd Lookout)
- Cat Mountain
- Rogers' Rock
- Anthony's Nose
- Cook Mountain Preserve
- Pole Hill Pond
- Spruce Mountain
- Northwest Bay Paddle
- Jabe Pond Paddle