Moncton Outdoor Enthusiasts! Club
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MA & PA on the Appalachian Trail

Outing Club of East York
Counter began May 02 2001
This page was last updated on: September 5, 2018
When hiking with our club hike between the leader and the sweep.

Unless otherwise stated, always bring a lunch and water to each events.

As a bonus, ferry travel on the Quoddy Loop frequently result in seeing seabirds, porpois and dolphins, seals, and an occasional whale.
In the Alps
Hiking in N.B.
Backpacking Guide
Drink lots of water while hiking on a warm day
Visit to China
Gros Morne National Park
Cape St. Mary's
Waiver & Application
Awesome Hiking
"Password" required for web pages that are only for "Outdoor Enthusiasts!" club members.  To get password phone me, Gerry Dawson at 386-1290 or Dave Kane at 875-5855.
Parc de La Gaspesie
First 34 Years
Constitution and By-laws
N.A. Bear Center
Exploring Nature Series
When visiting Gordon Falls and Gibson Falls in the Elgin area make sure you have someone with you.  After a good rain these falls are worth the trip if you want to take pictures of the falls. 
Camping in N.B.
Trip Advisor

Remember, the price of gas is high and many " Outdoor Enthusiasts!" are leasing their cars where mileage is important.  People should take turns driving.  Those without vehicles or those who don't wish to drive should contribute a reasonable amount towards the price of each trip taken.
Toronto Hiking Club
Waterproof Maps of the East Coast Trail can be obtained for approx. $20 by writing to P.O. Box 8034, 50 Pippy Place, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1A 3M7.  Tel: (709) 738-4453  Fax: (709) 738-1122.  Their website is

Included in this package:  
Maps and descriptions to 19 Paths of the East Coast Trail
Driving information
Trail Ratings

The paths are: Deadman's Bay, Blackhead, Cape Spear North, Cape Spear South, Motion North, Motion South, Spout North, Spout South, Mickeleen's, Beaches, Tinker's Point, La Manche Village, Flamber Head, Brigus Head, Cape Broyle Head West, Cape Broyle Head East, Caplin Bay North, Caplin Bay South, Sounding Hills, Mudder Wet, Spurwink Island West, Spurwink Island East, Bear Cove Point, Island Meadow North, and Island Meadow South. 
Guest Book
"Password" requred for following 4 Web Pages
More Links
Hike Nova Scotia
Awesome Outdoors!
Alberta Tourism
1983 - 2017
Cycle Canada
Yes!  The Walk in the Allison area followed by a Potluck on August 22 was not cancelled because of the expected rain, lightning and thunder.  Gerry, Pat, Merlin, Dave, Ruthmary, Geoff, Bob, Arthur, Cathy and Rose had a great time.  The ribs were the  best ever.  The food was better than any you could get in a restaurant.  Outdoor Enthusiasts are great cooks and eaters.  The trails were well prepared for us.  Mr. Beaton keeps the trails in tip top shape.  Any time you want to go for a hike in the Allison area, give Gerry a call at 386-1290.

Do you remember this hike on Nov. 21, 1998?