This hike is hosted by the Long Island Greenbelt Trail Conference.
4.5 or 7 miles| Moderate | Varied
Let’s go farther east to enjoy an awesome hike along varied trails in Quogue Wildlife Refuge and explore diverse habitats including forests and ponds, as well as the ecologically rare Dwarf Pines in the Pine Barrens; visit a nature preserve that is home to diverse wildlife including owls, falcons, hawks and other native New York animals; optional drop out at 4.5 miles; after Quogue we will drive 5.8 miles to Sears Bellows Park; bring lunch and a chair for a lunch break by Bellows Pond before second hike; rain or snow cancels; from NY 27 Exit 64, go south on C.R. 104 to Old Country Rd., then right to Quogue Refuge; if lot is full, park across road; hike leaves promptly at 10:10 AM; free parking; limited to members only.
Pre-registration required. Call Quyen (Quinn) at 631-521-5103 or email email@example.com for information or to register.
ASSUMPTION OF RISK:
Certain risks are inherent in any hike or other L.I. Greenbelt Trail Conference, Inc. (the “Greenbelt”) activity. Each Greenbelt member, guest, or non-member participant agrees to accept personal responsibility for his or her safety and the safety of minors accompanying such persons. The Greenbelt cannot ensure the safety of any participant on hikes or activities. In participating in Greenbelt activities, each such person agrees to hold harmless and free from blame the activity leaders and the Greenbelt, its officers, directors, and members, for any accident, injury, or illness which might be sustained from participating in hikes or other Greenbelt activities.