Hike United with All Colors in Nature

Sun, Aug 29, 2021, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm IET

Breakneck Ridge
430-442 Breakneck Rd
Beacon, New York 12508, United States

29 Aug

About the Event

  • Take a Hike with All Colors in Nature
  • Time: 8:30am
  • Address: 442 Breakneck Rd, Beacon, NY 12508
  • Parking: Immediately after passing through a tunnel under Breakneck Ridge, park in a small parking area on the right (east) side of the road. (If this parking area is full, continue north for another 0.2 mile to a much larger parking area on the west side of the road)
  • Overview: Despite its relatively short length, this is generally considered to be the most strenuous hike in the East Hudson Highlands. It involves steep climbs over rock ledges that can be very slippery when wet. You’ll need to use both your hands and your feet in many places along the way. Proper footgear is essential for this hike
  • Trail Distance:  3.5 miles
  • Elevation Gain: 1,250 feet
  • Difficulty: Strenuous
  • Packaged refreshments & snacks will be provided
  • Bring a light lunch that we’ll enjoy in the summit & at least 2 liters of water
  • Make sure to have sturdy hiking boots/sneakers & a small backpack
  • Follow us on Instagram:  @allcolorsinnature
  • https://www.instagram.com/allcolorsinnature/?hl=en
  • If you have any questions, please let us know. Many thanks and we’re looking forward to hiking with you!
  • This event is free: donations are accepted via PayPal https://www.paypal.me/allcolorsinnature
Location

Breakneck Ridge
430-442 Breakneck Rd
Beacon, New York 12508, United States

Date and Time

Sun, Aug 29, 2021, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm IET

08/29/2021 9:00 am 08/29/2021 2:00 pm America/Havana Hike United with All Colors in Nature Breakneck Ridge
430-442 Breakneck Rd
Beacon, New York 12508, United States
<ul><li>Take a Hike with All Colors in Nature</li><li><strong>Time:</strong> 8:30am</li><li><strong>Address:</strong> 442 Breakneck Rd, Beacon, NY 12508</li><li><strong>Parking: </strong>Immediately after passing through a tunnel under Breakneck Ridge, park in a small parking area on the right (east) side of the road. (If this parking area is full, continue north for another 0.2 mile to a much larger parking area on the west side of the road)</li><li><strong>Overview:</strong> Despite its relatively short length, this is generally considered to be the most strenuous hike in the East Hudson Highlands. It involves steep climbs over rock ledges that can be very slippery when wet. You’ll need to use both your hands and your feet in many places along the way. Proper footgear is essential for this hike</li><li><strong>Trail Distance:</strong>&nbsp; 3.5 miles</li><li><strong>Elevation Gain:</strong>&nbsp;1,250 feet</li><li><strong>Difficulty:&nbsp;</strong>Strenuous</li><li>Packaged refresh...<br/><br/> For details, visit the event page: https://www.ticketfalcon.com/e/hike-united/

Tickets

Hike United with All Colors in Nature & Empire Fitness

Sale ends Sun, Aug 29, 2021, 2:00 pm IET
Free

Organizer

All Colors in Nature
Our mission is to use our platform to inspire people of color to explore, connect, and play within the great outdoors. We are 3 Afro-Latinas that have found a sisterhood through our love for fitness, travel, and a passion for exploring nature both close to home and in faraway places. The idea to create All Colors In Nature was born during one of our many discussions regarding the lack of diversity in this space. We understand the benefits of nature, including improved mental health, lower stress levels, and a sense of overall well-being. We want people of color to take advantage of these benefits just as we do. Our goal is to lead by example! We believe that diversity and inclusion in outdoor spaces matters. We hope to serve as a resource, providing information about places that we’ve explored, a support system for others that are diving (pun intended) into their love for the outdoors, and hopefully as an inspiration for others to revel in all of the beauty that is mother nature. Let’s create a world where all colors in nature blend together to create lasting memories. ⁣

Organizer

All Colors in Nature
Our mission is to use our platform to inspire people of color to explore, connect, and play within the great outdoors. We are 3 Afro-Latinas that have found a sisterhood through our love for fitness, travel, and a passion for exploring nature both close to home and in faraway places. The idea to create All Colors In Nature was born during one of our many discussions regarding the lack of diversity in this space. We understand the benefits of nature, including improved mental health, lower stress levels, and a sense of overall well-being. We want people of color to take advantage of these benefits just as we do. Our goal is to lead by example! We believe that diversity and inclusion in outdoor spaces matters. We hope to serve as a resource, providing information about places that we’ve explored, a support system for others that are diving (pun intended) into their love for the outdoors, and hopefully as an inspiration for others to revel in all of the beauty that is mother nature. Let’s create a world where all colors in nature blend together to create lasting memories. ⁣