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Interested in volunteering with the Friends of the Wapack? Click here to learn how you can help and to join our mailing list, or visit our events page for upcoming events!

Trail Notices


This Spring Miller State Park will be undergoing utility work that will temporarily close some sections of the trail. In addition to this, please be aware of mud season! See our Trail Notices page for more details.

Store


Check out the General Store for the Wapack Guide, maps or to make a contribution to support the maintenance and preservation of the Wapack Trail.

News

2020 Fall and Winter Newsletter

2020 Year in Review This year marks the fortieth year of the Friends of the Wapack. The Spring edition of this newsletter included a timeline of our many accomplishments over four decades to maintain and permanently protect the Wapack Trail. It’s a record of which this all volunteer organization can be proud. I encourage you to check it out. The ever increasing popularity of the scenic and historic Wapack Trail is a testament to the value of our efforts. Thank you again to the hundreds of people who have done trail work, to the many who served on the board,…

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2020 Summer Newsletter

Hello all! We hope this Summer finds you well. As you’ve noticed we’ve still not scheduled any events this year due to COVID-19 but we’ve been busy behind the scenes… 40th Anniversary This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Friends of the Wapack! To celebrate we looked back through our history and compiled a comprehensive timeline of the Wapack and the Friends. 2nd Addition to Wapack Trail Guide Published There have been many changes along the Wapack since we published our Guide to the Wapack Trail in 2015. So rather than just doing a new printing, a new edition…

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Our 40th Anniversary

This year marks the 40th Anniversary of the Friends of the Wapack. We knew that such an important milestone deserves a logo. We went to our archives and found that our original logo was a triangle with a W that made it look like a mountain peak. So, for this anniversary we’re bringing back our logo from the 1980’s, our first decade. In 1980 the Wapack Trail was deteriorating, and the future of the trail was in doubt. Four individuals decided to organize and address these problems to save the trail. They were Lee Baker, David Weir Jr, and New…

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