AMC Mohawk Hudson

Welcome to the Mohawk Hudson Chapter of the AMC

Welcome to the AMC Mohawk Hudson Chapter, this site is dedicated to bringing you the latest from around your local AMC chapter. Here you’ll find news and information related to the chapter’s region and activities, resources to connect you with our chapter, and information on getting involved.

What’s new at Mohawk Hudson?

MoHud Chapter Picnic
Join us on September 25th for a morning hike around one of the lakes . We will then meet at the Amphitheater Pavilion for a BYO picnic lunch. This will be a nice time to see old friends and meet new members. Get an update on what is happening with the Chapter in a brief business meeting then relax and enjoy a presentation by one of the park staff. Afterwards, stay and enjoy the park!You …
Seeking Candidates for Chapter Leadership
Are you interested in making new friends in your local outdoor community? How about making a big difference introducing people to outdoor conservation and recreation? Consider becoming a Chapter Chair for the Appalachian Mountain Club! Connect a large network of volunteers and chapter members with the broader organization and region served by the chapter.  Chapter Chairs play an active role in the AMC by participating in AMC’s Board of Directors Chapters Committee. They keep the …
Our Condolences to the Family of Kevin Cox, Mohawk Hudson Chapter Chair
We are sorry to report that Kevin Cox, Chair of the Mohawk Hudson Chapter, has passed away. Kevin has been leading the Chapter for many years and stepped into the Chair position in 2017. Kevin was an active trip leader and was certainly the most prolific leader throughout the pandemic leading 50% of all events offered by the chapter. His hikes ranged from Easy to Vigorous from the Hudson River Skyway to Gore Mountain. Kevin …
Command (of Self and Others) – A Talk by Sandy Stott, Appalachia Journal Accidents Editor and author of Critical Hours
Thank you to everyone who joined us last night for our presentation of Command (of Self and Others) and to Sandy Stott for his amazing work putting together this fantastic and informative talk. If you missed last night you can watch it below or visiting our Facebook page here.
New Empire Trails to wander!
The Empire State trail now goes not only from Albany to Buffalo but from New York City all the way to the Canadian border. Many of the new and/or improved off-road segments are within the Capital Region area. Check out the Empire State Trail website to find new trails for your summer adventures!