Our activities include hiking, paddling, cycling, backpacking, skiing, trail maintenance, conservation and much more!
The Appalachian Mountain Club promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Appalachian region. Our 16,000 volunteers, 450 full time and seasonal staff, and 100,000 members, supporters, and advocates are central to our mission.
The Delaware Valley Chapter, with about 5,000 members, is one of 12 regional chapters, and covers eastern Pennsylvania, central and southern New Jersey and Delaware.
AMC offers outdoor activities and programs through our 12 chapters from Maine to Washington, DC, plus through our network of huts, lodges, camps and other facilities through the Northeast.
We offer a variety of outdoor activities and skills workshops. We maintain over 1,700 miles of trails, support conservation policy and research efforts, and work to get urban and at-risk youth outdoors.
We offer hundreds of trips and other activities including hiking, backpacking, bicycling, paddling, skiing and snowshoeing. Our volunteers build and maintain miles of trails. We run education and training programs, do conservation and environmental work and hold picnics and other social gatherings.
Each year we offer thousands of outdoor activities, ranging from local day hikes to international wilderness treks.
We build and maintain trails, and work to protect and conserve our natural environment. We teach outdoor leadership skills and bring the joys and wonders of nature to all.
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