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Western Manorville Hills

at Halsey Manor Road | Sat Apr 21


Halsey Manor Road

Manorville, NY 11949
Tel: 516-659-7130

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Date & Time

09:00 AM
Sat, Apr 21, 2018
Cost: See event description

Hike leaders Lee and George will again lead a hike into Manorville Hills, this one into the western part of this hilly moraine; some rough terrain and off-trail exploring as we intend to visit some of the lesser known areas such as Sunset and Lunch Hills, God’s Knuckles as well as Dietz Hill and Long Ridge; bring beverage of choice and lunch; dress for tick protection; rain cancels; meet on Halsey Manor Rd. just south of the L.I.E. From the west, take Exit 70 (C.R. 111) south, make left onto Halsey Manor Rd.; drive just under a mile to a clearing on the right just south of the expressway; from the east on C.R. 111, make a right onto Halsey Manor Rd. and continue to clearing.

9:00 AM – 5-6 miles – moderate – hilly, some bushwhacking – Info: Lee, 516-659-7130.