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Also-Known-As Hike: Bull Hill Trail Head, Cold Spring, NY

  • 17 Oct 2020
  • 11:00 AM

Also-Known-As Hike 10/17 Bull Hill Trail Head, Cold Spring, NY

Need some fresh air? Us, too!

Join us on Saturday October 17th for an outdoor hike. We will be venturing up to Cold Spring for some fresh air and to take in the fall foliage. All trails are easy-to-moderate.
We'll end the day with a well-deserved treat at Moo Moo’s Creamery.


Who: AKA members and friends
Where : Bull Hill Trail Head
               3200 Stearn Rd
               Cold Spring, NY 10516
When: Saturday 10/17 (rain date 10/24)
             Meet at the Bull Hill Parking Lot  @11am. 
RSVP by: Friday 10/16 to  scraynededrick@alsoknownas.org 

How to Get There:
By Train:
 Meet at the Grand Central Station Clock @ 8:30am. Train leaves GrandCentral @ 8:45am  - Arrives to Cold Spring NY @10:10am . Then we’ll walk to Bull Hill Parking Lot to meet up with anyone who is driving.

Train Tickets: $30 Round Trip 
Thanks to a friendly contributor,the first 10 people, traveling by train, to RSVP to  scraynededrick@alsoknownas.org will receive 50% off their ticket. 

By Car:: From Beacon, head south on Route 9D. In less than five miles, you’ll pass under a tunnel at the trailhead to Breakneck Ridge. About one mile after that tunnel, you’ll see the well-marked parking area for Little Stony Point on your right. Park in the spacious lot directly across the street, on your left heading south. If you enter the village of Cold Spring, you’ve gone just a few hundred yards too far.

GPS coordinates of parking area: 41.42659, -73.96534

*COVID-19 Disclaimer: This event will be conducted outdoors in a non-crowded environment.  “Social distancing” will be practiced, but face masks will not be required in accordance with CDC guidelines regarding outdoor activity. Via your voluntary participation, you waive all liability against Also-Known-As and personally accept all risks related to potential illness and infectious disease, such as COVID-19. 

**Hiking Disclaimer: Outdoor recreation has greater risk than most ordinary activities, and therefore can be potentially hazardous and/or dangerous. All participants must assume responsibility for their own actions and safety during the duration of the event.

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