Alright, friends. We've got another adventure for you, but please note that this isn't for everyone. Because of the difficulty level, we are capping this at 10 people. You must be physically fit and in shape for a very challenging hike. You must be able to hike 12-16 miles in a day.
So here's where we're headed: Devil's Path in the Catskills of New York
We're planning to head out bright and early Saturday morning. We will camp overnight and finish the hike Sunday, then return to New York City.
About the trail:
Devil's Path in the Catskills is a 25.2 mile trail and is considered to be one of the hardest hikes in the country. It goes across the eponymous mountain range and then three other peaks to the west, offering hikers a chance to reach the summits of five of the 35 Catskill High Peaks (two more are reachable by detours). It draws hikers from not just the region but far outside, due to the challenging climbs straight up and down the steep gaps between the four peaks of the range, which often requires hikers to use hands as well as feet to pull themselves almost straight up cliffs and through rocky chutes. These climbs, however, lead to views across the Catskill range.
We will sort out the rides once we see who is going and costs will be split for that. Please not that we may need someone to rent a car depending on the number of cars in the group. You're responsible for bringing your own camping supplies, food, snacks, etc. We are simply facilitating the meet-up.
Please do not RSVP and then cancel unless it’s an emergency. Only sign up if you’re truly in 100%.