SRK Annual Meeting

New Location for SRK Annual Meeting
The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Sunapee Ragged Kearsarge Greenway will be held at a new location, the Sutton First Free Will Baptist Church beside Kezar Lake in North Sutton on Sunday March 25th. Make sure not to miss the potluck supper starting at 5pm. 

The Catholic Church in New London was a wonderful host for many years and we sincerely appreciate the tremendous effort Jean LaChance made every year to make the Annual Meeting an event that many would look forward to attending.  This year is shaping up to be just as entertaining, so mark your calendar for the best potluck and lecture in the territory.

This year’s speaker will be author Julie Boardman, who will be discussing her latest book Death in the White Mountains, the first book to focus on fatalities in the entire White Mountain region.  Julie also penned When Women and Mountains Meet, focusing on women who shaped history of the high hills of New Hampshire. Her work has appeared in the AMC journal Appalachia, Sierra Club Journal Sierra, Connecticut Audubon and many others.  Since moving to New London, NH in 1990, Julie has hiked extensively throughout New England and climbed all the regions 4,000+ foot peaks.

Winter Hikes Schedule

Greenway Winter Hikes

Choose from a host of winter hikes on the SRK Greenway.  All hikes are free and open to the public.  Whether you are interested in exploring the greater Lake Sunapee Region, or you just want to get out on a trail with others – there is something for everyone!

Be sure to contact the listed trip leader at least one day in advance to register your interest and get the details on meeting place and time. Always carry a substantial supply of water, a snack, and layers of clothing to prepare for possible weather conditions. Winter hikes can mean anything from snowshoes to microspikes or skis — make sure that you are prepared with the appropriate gear and clothing.


Winter Hikes on the SRK Greenway! 

Sunday, January 14th  
January is the time to look for moose antlers in the woods. Join Nick Baer on a bushwack snowshoe/ski looking for antlers, animal tracks, and other winter field biology signs. Expect a 4-5 mile snowshoe hike. For more information contact Nick Baer at (603) 526-8233.

Saturday, January 27th
Explore the Springfield section of the Greenway. Join Nathan Richer on a XC ski on the Protectworth trail near Star Lake. This will be a 4-mile trip with some moderate elevation gain and loss. To find out more contact Nathan Richer at (603) 344-0287.

Sunday, February 4th  
Visit secluded Morgan Pond in the winter on this XC ski with Andy Hager. Starting on the stone bridge behind Twin Lake Villa, ski for about 5-miles round trip over moderate terrain. Contact Andy Hager to sign up (603) 526-2846.

Sunday, February 11th
Learn about winter tracking, trees and animal biology from Proctor Academy teacher, Dave Pilla. Leaving from the Proctor Woodlands Office Dave and Sooze Hodgson will lead a 4-mile snowshoe hike on the Proctor trails. For more information email Sooze Hodgson at

Sunday, February 18th 
Join Charlie Baughman on a backcountry ski up and down Cardigan Mountain. A 4.4 mile ski on the Alexandria trail system starting at AMC Cardigan Lodge. This iconic backcountry ski trail will challenge and delight any skier. Appropriate gear necessary. Please contact Charlie Baughman for more info: (603) 667-3551.

For the latest hike schedule visit our online calendar at