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New Lebanon walks

New Lebanon Guided walks:
The Town of New Lebanon Recreation Commission has scheduled two Community Walks. They will be on the rail trail. The natural surface rail trail follows the route of the Rutland Railroad, which carried freight and passengers until 1952. This section of tracks was nicknamed “The Corkscrew” because of its tight turns between hills. The walks will be led by East Chatham resident, Joanna Ezinga. A long distance adventurer, Joanna has trekked thousands of miles in the US and abroad by foot, bike and kayak.
Spend time in nature traversing beautiful New Lebanon sections of the rail trail, experience a part of town you might not know, walk with friends or meet new ones. The walks will be an hour in length, rain or shine and are suitable for most fitness levels.
Wear good walking shoes (no flip flops) and bring water.
Sunscreen, insect repellent and a hat are recommended.
Walk one:
Friday, August 26, 8:30-9:30AM
Meet up at Tilden Plaza on Tilden Road, opposite KShack
Walk two:
Tuesday, September 27, 5:30-6:30PM
Meet up at the pavilion in Shatford Park, off Old Post Road.
So we can anticipate interest, please RSVP to Joanna at
She can also answer questions you may have about the walks.
If there is enough interest, we will plan future walks at nearby locations.