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East Hampton Trails Preservation Society: Hike

Saturday, January 12, 2019

10:00 am

Chatfield's Hole (3 Miles) - Named after an early East Hampton settler, Chatfield's Hole is a beautiful glacial kettle hole. To reach the freshwater wetlands, we will follow the Northwest Path through an oak forest sprinkled with pitch pines and white pines. This area is one of the town's first open space land acquisitions and the trail is one of the town's first planned trails. We'll see efforts to contain the southern pine beetle infestation and large swaths of felled trees.

Contact Information:

Dave Luce
917 885 5749


Northwest Woods
Meet at the kiosk parking area on Rte 114 at the intersection of Edward\'s Hole Road
East Hampton