Andes Rail Trail Hike | Saturday, October 1, 2 PM **2016**

Join Edie Mesick, one of the trail building volunteers for a hike on the beautiful Andes Rail Trail. The trail starts with an approximately 1 mile out walk on the level railbed followed by a 2 mile round loop trip (hilly, so somewhat more difficult hike on the Bullet Hole Spur Trail). The Rail Trail and Bullet Hole Spur offer wonderful views and a lovely hiking experience.

We’ll walk the railbed portion, and if the group is so inclined, we will continue on the Bullet Hole Spur making for a 4 mile round trip hike. Meet at the train depot on Cabin Hill Road

Event Duration:  4 miles, 2.5 hours

Level of Difficulty:  Easy-Moderate

Bring: something to drink

Registration required by 9/29.  Use registration form below to register.

Group size is limited to 12 so register early.

Fee:  No

Dogs allowed:  Yes, leashed only

Additional Information: Dogs must be on leashes on the rail trail portion, no exceptions, but can be off leash on the Bullet Hole Spur loop. Parking is limited along the west side of Cabin Hill Road or park in town and walk to the trailhead.

Questions about this event can be directed to:

Driving Directions:  To reach the Andes Rail Trail heading west on Route 28 into the hamlet of Andes, go straight at the blinking light (Route 28 makes a right turn at the blinking light, do not turn). Bear right at the triangle onto Cabin Hill Rd/Depot Street/County Rt 2 and the Rail Trail will be on your left in a quarter of a mile.