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  • Wilmington Trail Club > Old Website
    Club so that you can understand how those Web sites collect use and share your information Wilmington Trail Club is not responsible for the privacy statements or other content on Web sites outside of the Wilmington Trail Club and Wilmington Trail Club family of Web sites Use of your Personal Information Wilmington Trail Club collects and uses your personal information to operate the Wilmington Trail Club Web site and deliver the services you have requested Wilmington Trail Club also uses your personally identifiable information to inform you of other products or services available from Wilmington Trail Club and its affiliates Wilmington Trail Club may also contact you via surveys to conduct research about your opinion of current services or of potential new services that may be offered Wilmington Trail Club does not sell rent or lease its customer lists to third parties Wilmington Trail Club may from time to time contact you on behalf of external business partners about a particular offering that may be of interest to you In those cases your unique personally identifiable information e mail name address telephone number is not transferred to the third party In addition Wilmington Trail Club may share data with trusted partners to help us perform statistical analysis send you email or postal mail provide customer support or arrange for deliveries All such third parties are prohibited from using your personal information except to provide these services to Wilmington Trail Club and they are required to maintain the confidentiality of your information Wilmington Trail Club does not use or disclose sensitive personal information such as race religion or political affiliations without your explicit consent Wilmington Trail Club keeps track of the Web sites and pages our customers visit within Wilmington Trail Club in order to determine what Wilmington Trail Club services are the most popular This data is used to deliver customized content and advertising within Wilmington Trail Club to customers whose behavior indicates that they are interested in a particular subject area Wilmington Trail Club Web sites will disclose your personal information without notice only if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to a conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on Wilmington Trail Club or the site b protect and defend the rights or property of Wilmington Trail Club and c act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of Wilmington Trail Club or the public Use of Cookies The Wilmington Trail Club Web site use cookies to help you personalize your online experience A cookie is a text file that is placed on your hard disk by a Web page server Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer Cookies are uniquely assigned to you and can only be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you One of the primary purposes of cookies is to provide

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  • Wilmington Trail Club > Home
    try us out by participating in two activities at no cost of their choice before joining Children 18 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult On this website you ll find all kinds of information to help you understand these activities answer questions and get involved So please use the menu at the left to take a look around we hope you like what you see NOTE Internet Explorer 10 11 users may have difficulty using our webpage For 10 please click here for instructions on using Compatibility View to resolve this Internet Explorer 11 users can find the compatibility options in Tools Compatibility View Settings Announcements Kayak Training and Open House The 2016 Paddling Open House will be held on Friday April 1 st yes April Fool s Day We will again convene at the Ashland Nature Center at 7PM set up 6PM to showcase our 2016 kayak training We will have kayaks videos a short presentation and refreshments We invite all paddlers to attend to answer questions and support the training We invite all other WTC members to attend to find out what you are missing and join the fun Contact Laura Ventura folkware yahoo com if you can help with refreshments Detailed information about the Open House and the 2016 training can be found at wtckayak com State Park Fees Many of our events occur in nearby state parks and some have entry fees Most of us find it cost effective to purchase a yearly or lifetime pass if available Click on this link to view 2016 fee schedules Delaware parks only charge between March 1 and November 30 55th Annual Brandywine Trail End to End Hike Back by popular demand the challenge of hiking 36 miles in one day returns in 2016 The Wilmington

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  • Wilmington Trail Club > About Us
    Trip Calendar Pool Sessions Cycling Trip Calendar Skiing Cross Country Skiing Cross Country Ski Trip Calendar Forums Join the Club Responsibilities Membership Dues Membership Application Old Website Useful Links About Us Mission Statement The purposes of the Club shall be to provide opportunities for members to enjoy outdoor recreation and to promote and support the protection and restoration of places of natural beauty and interest Contact Information E mail wtcmembership yahoo com Write Wilmington Trail Club P O Box 526 Hockessin DE 19707 0526 Call 302 307 4017 WTC In The News Spark Ready Aim Play The Wilmington Trail Club offers spring summer training programs beginning with an open house followed by a water safety class and trips to Lums Pond for beginner kayak lessons and then up to the Lehigh River for a more advanced whitewater excursion The pool water safety will break participants into groups for demonstrations with the instructors The trip to Lums Pond is called the River Easy where you ll learn how to paddle in gentler waters and slow moving rivers They also feature a two day program which includes the Lums trip and a trek up to the Lehigh River for some serious whitewater

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  • Wilmington Trail Club > Members
    benefit of the Wilmington Trail Club It includes important club information such as official club events leadership information as well as a member s directory If you haven t joined us yet and want to be kept up to date on all the activities going on with the club please check out our Join The Club section and consider becoming a member If you are already a WTC member but

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  • Job Descriptions
    Results 2008 Hike Photos 2012 Hike Results 2013 Hike Results 2014 Hike Results 2015 Hike Results 2016 Hike Results Hike Across Delaware Paddling Training Program Frequently Asked Questions White Water Paddling Trip Calendar Sea Recreational Paddling Trip Calendar Pool Sessions Cycling Trip Calendar Skiing Cross Country Skiing Cross Country Ski Trip Calendar Forums Join the Club Responsibilities Membership Dues Membership Application Old Website Useful Links Members Club Job Descriptions Job

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  • Wilmington Trail Club > Monthly Bulletins
    Monthly Bulletins are a membership benefit of the Wilmington Trail Club If you haven t joined us yet and want to be kept up to date on all the activities going on with the club please check out our Join The Club section and consider becoming a member If you are already a WTC member but this is your first time on the new website please click Register below Then

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  • Wilmington Trail Club > Hiking
    Outdoor Club Brandywine Creek Greenway National Historic Trails Delaware Nature Society Hiking Hiking Information Hiking Saturday hikes All day usually 10 to 15 miles for example a section of the Mason Dixon Trail in Maryland or Delaware Brandywine Creek State Park in Delaware or Elk Neck State Park in Maryland Saturday Medium hikes 8 to 9 miles at a brisk pace about 2 6 2 8 miles per hour There is always a stop for lunch Short hikes on Saturday SOS 5 to 8 miles in Delaware or nearby areas of Maryland Pennsylvania for example White Clay Creek State Park or the Ashland Nature Center Sunday hikes Half day 5 to 8 miles for example French Creek State Park in Pennsylvania Tuesday hikes 4 to 7 miles these are impromptu at a moderate pace If you would like to lead a hike please contact Chairperson who will post a notice on the Forum Participants can receive Email notification of new hike postings by using the instructions at the bottom of the Forum page Wednesday day hikes 2 choices Midweek Hikes on Wednesday 8 to 10 miles starting at 9 AM for example Brandywine Creek State Park Fair Hill or others Milers Hikes on Wednesday 13 to 15 miles starting at 9 AM for example White Clay Creek State Park Middle Run or others Wednesday evening hikes 3 to 5 miles starting at 6 p m from April through October often followed by supper at a local restaurant For example a Wilmington city hike Newark Newcastle etc In the winter November through March twice a month starting at 6 30 p m Thursday hikes 3 to 5 miles starting at about 9 30 a m near Wilmington Holiday hikes length of hike determined by leader Hikes are held when a Holiday

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  • Wilmington Trail Club > Hiking > Public Hikes
    3 RT 273 North toward Newark Follow RT 273 to Capital Trail RT2 RT 72 and turn Right onto RT 2 RT 72 Drive under the railroad overpass and at the traffic light turn Left onto Cleveland Avenue Continue to traffic light at Paper Mill Road this is still RT 72 Turn Right onto Paper Mill Road driving North Creek View Road is about 0 10 mile on the Right If you drive over the bridge you passed Creek View Road When you are on Creek View Road Timothy s is on your Left Parking is ahead font font p p style color rgb 34 34 34 font family arial sans serif font size small margin bottom 0in font size 2 face verdana sans serif font color 000000 b Alternately from Wilmington b font font color 000000 Drive West on Kirkwood Highway RT 2 to Cleveland Avenue turn Right onto Cleveland Avenue and follow directions above font font p p style color rgb 34 34 34 font family arial sans serif font size small margin bottom 0in font size 2 face verdana sans serif font color 000000 b Driving from Hockessin b font font color 000000 Drive South on Paper Mill Road RT 72 but bear in mind that a Left turn onto Creek View Road is not permitted font font p cssheader Eventtooltipheader cssbody Eventtooltipbody href http www wilmingtontrailclub org portal Hiking PublicHikes tabid 99 ModuleID 488 ItemID 6582 mctl EventDetails Default aspx Timothy s Restaurant Newark Reservoir Redd Park Trail Newark DE NEW MEMBER HIKE 10 Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area MD 11 12 13 b u span style font size 12pt font family Arial sans serif Susquehanna State Park MD span u b u span style font size 12pt font family Arial sans serif span u span style font size 12pt font family Arial sans serif This will be an 8 9 mile hike and hopefully we ll be able to enjoy the Bluebells along the Susquehanna River DRIVING DIRECTIONS For carpooling arrive ready to leave from the Hockessin Memorial Hall parking lot Rt 41 and Yorklyn Road at 8 00 a m Or meet us at the Historic Area on Stafford Road in the Park at 9 00 a m Take Rt 41 to Avondale Pa then Rt 1 South to the first left soon after crossing the Conowingo Dam onto Shursville Road Go 1 8 miles then left onto Stafford Road facing a large tree Stay on Stafford Road for 3 8 miles to the Historic Area past the Deer Creek Picnic Area and park on the left 33 miles total There is no parking fee at the Historic Area Bring lunch and water span p cssheader Eventtooltipheader cssbody Eventtooltipbody href http www wilmingtontrailclub org portal Hiking PublicHikes tabid 99 ModuleID 488 ItemID 6698 mctl EventDetails Default aspx Susquehanna State Park MD a dir ltr href x apple data detectors 5 x apple data detectors true x apple data detectors type calendar event x apple data detectors result 5 style font family UICTFontTextStyleTallBody font size 17px webkit text size adjust auto April 13 a a dir ltr href x apple data detectors 5 x apple data detectors true x apple data detectors type calendar event x apple data detectors result 5 style font family UICTFontTextStyleTallBody font size 17px webkit text size adjust auto 2016 a span style font family UICTFontTextStyleTallBody font size 17px webkit text size adjust auto Fair Hill MD Leaders span span style font family UICTFontTextStyleTallBody font size 17px webkit text size adjust auto Meet in North Appleton Lot P3 ready to begin hiking span a dir ltr href x apple data detectors 8 x apple data detectors true x apple data detectors type calendar event x apple data detectors result 8 style font family UICTFontTextStyleTallBody font size 17px webkit text size adjust auto at 9 00a m a span style font family UICTFontTextStyleTallBody font size 17px webkit text size adjust auto for a 12 13 mile hike Bring water lunch and a snack MD State Parks fee in effect span p cssheader Eventtooltipheader cssbody Eventtooltipbody href http www wilmingtontrailclub org portal Hiking PublicHikes tabid 99 ModuleID 488 ItemID 6705 mctl EventDetails Default aspx Fair Hill NRMA Fair Hill MD Arrive early and have Happy Hour Snacks before the hike Bring drinks Only snacks provided p p Meet by 6 30 p m at the New Castle Middle School on Rt 9 for a nice brisk walk along cobblestone and brick sidewalks through this historic town Please bring flashlights All are invited to join the group for dinner after the hike at a nearby restaurant DRIVING DIRECTIONS Take I 95 to Rt 141 South to New Castle Turn left onto Rt 9 The school is on Rt 9 on the left just before you enter Old New Castle Park in the big lot at the school GPS Address 903 Delaware Street New Castle Delaware 19720 p cssheader Eventtooltipheader cssbody Eventtooltipbody href http www wilmingtontrailclub org portal Hiking PublicHikes tabid 99 ModuleID 488 ItemID 6757 mctl EventDetails Default aspx Old New Castle DE 14 span style font size 10 0pt font family Times New Roman serif mso fareast font family Times New Roman color 000E03 This will be a 3 ½ 4 mile hike in the Welsh Mountains of Lancaster County The trails are easier than those of the contiguous Money Rocks Park DRIVING DIRECTIONS For carpooling arrive ready to leave from the Hockessin Memorial Hall parking lot Rt 41 and Yorklyn Rd at 8 45 a m Or meet us at the park at 10 00 a m Take Rt 41 Gap Newport Pike through Avondale PA to Cochranville and turn right onto Rt 10 N Travel 16 5 miles to Honeybrook and turn left onto 322 W Horseshoe Pike Go 6 5 miles and turn left onto Springville Rd After 1 4 miles turn left onto Gault Rd Then drive 1 1 miles and turn left into the parking lot the

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