Thursday Morning Hike in the Arnot Forest

Thursday, August 10, 2017  •  8:30 am - 12:00 pm

 Note error in CTC Newsletter,website has correct time 

  • Hike rating: Distance - 4.5 miles; Terrain - Easy; Pace - Moderate; Overall rating - Easy
  • Carpool meeting place: 8:30 a.m. - EMS Parking Lot at 722 S Meadow St. (click for map). Please park in front of the store but at the end of the lot furthest away from the store.
  • Event/Trailhead location: 9:00 a.m. - The south entrance to Arnot Forest is on Schuyler County Road 13, about 8 miles south of Newfield. (Van Kirk Rd in Newfield becomes County Rd 13 in Schuyler County.) (click for map).
  • Contact: Sigrid Connors   607-227-3786

This is an easy, mostly downhill hike of about 4.5 miles. The Arnot Teaching and Research Forest is located in the hilly, forested area of Van Etten and Newfield, New York. Cornell University took ownership of the area in 1927 and has since expanded the forest to include over 4000 acres of upland hardwood forest, hemlock groves, and grassland. The resources are actively managed for timber production and maple products. Over 135 species of birds have been identified in the forest. 

We will hike on the dirt roads that wind through the forest. Plan to meet at 9 am at the South Gate off Banfield Road where we will leave most cars. We will then shuttle a few cars to the North Gate on Irish Hill Road near Greensprings, and then hike back down to the cars. 



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