New York-New Jersey Trail Conference - November Volunteer Events
The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference maintains over 2100 miles of trails in the New York metropolitan area. They strive to ensure that the trails and natural areas we share are sustainable and accessible for all to enjoy for generations to come.
#OptOutside Stewardship Hike at Breakneck Ridge (10am-1pm)
The Trail Conference invites you to choose adventure over things on Friday, Nov. 29, as we lead a stewardship hike up Breakneck Ridge. We’ll be guiding participants up this popular, challenging climb, asking everyone to help pick up litter along the way. On the hike down, we’ll showcase some of the great work our trail crews have done along the Undercliff and Wilkinson trails to improve the experience at this spectacular location.
Note: This is a strenuous climb. Wear sturdy shoes and bring plenty of water. Dress for the weather. We’ll meet everyone at the Breakneck trailhead at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 29. No car needed to join us! Take Metro-North to the Breakneck Ridge or Cold Spring, N.Y. station, and we’ll pick you up. You must let us know if you require pickup 24 hours in advance. Contact details will be provided upon registration. We’ll provide gloves and bags for the cleanup. The event will last approximately 3-4 hours.