(Formerly called the NCC Outing
Club.) For more information about any of
the trips listed below, contact the listed person. Regular virtual
meetings every Thursday, 11:30AM: link
for meeting (except 9/23/21 when we
meet in person at the Activities Fair in front of the
All our activities are subject to the regulations in
place at the time and require that participants wear
masks. Membership is available through http://ncc.campuslabs.com
(search for OUTING) Please contact the co-advisor,
Prof. Don Wade: donwade(at)NCCoutdoor.org,
718-426-8555, for information.
All NCC students
are welcome on trips. Participants should realize that
outdoor activities are strenuous and they must be fit to
properly participate--see the`responsibility statement below. All participants are
required to wear masks and sign the waiver from SGA/FSA.
The leader may request that people not participate if they
are not properly prepared. If you want notices
of trips sign up on the listserv to
receive e-mail notices of trips. Most of
the trips are on weekends. We meet and carpool to
the trip location -- either from NCC Public Safety
Building or from the Little Neck
Shopping Center on Little Neck Parkway and the L.I.
Expressway (exit 32). Click
for directions to Little Neck For more
information about any particular trip, contact the person
listed. If you have signed up and find you cannot
go, always call the contact person so they will not
wait for you and delay everyone else! What's
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a 31 page pdf
about safety in the wilderness from
the Mountain Rescue Association. Must
reading for anyone going into the woods.
Also several other booklets and videos of interest
on the MRA
There are thousands of pictures of past trips on
our web site, arranged by trip. Use the links at the
left to access them. (We're more than
a little behind in posting; for the most recent pictures
also try our Facebook page, see main
Please sign up for membership at
ncc.campuslabs.com. (search for OUTING) Permission has been received to resume
outdoor trips, conditions permitting, vaccination and wearing
of masks is required.
Sunday, September 26: Hike in an upstate
NY area (to be decided):
We will be meeting at Little Neck at 8:30AM (with a possible
alternate of NCC Public Safety at 8 AM. If you are
interested in joining us, you MUST contact us in advance so
we can make transportation arrangements. Contact
the co-advisor Prof.Don Wade, donwade(at)NCCoutdoor.org,
917-697-5701; or contact the co-advisor Prof. Janis
(at) NCCoutdoor.org, 516-670-6307.
Other hikes as arranged; come to the zoom meetings on
Other Hikes Dates to be determined
depending on availability. Contact the co-advisor, Prof.
Wade, donwade(at)NCCoutdoor.org; 718-426-8555.
A hike on Fridays and other weekdays with an informal
and very knowledgeable group of Harriman Park
Hikers. They take many trails off the beaten track
and often bushwhack, also usually have several dogs
along (for you dog lovers).
Trail Maintenance: Help our advisor maintain the
Anthony Wayne Trail in Harriman Park. Mostly brush
cutting, some tree cutting and litter pick-up. If you are
interested in helping, contact the co-advisor, Prof.
Wade, donwade(at)NCCoutdoor.org; 718-426-8555.
Dates to be worked out.
Lyme Disease is a tick-born disease which is endemic throughout
this area. Immediately after every time spent in the
outdoors you should always inspect yourself carefully for
ticks. It is generally agreed that the tick must
be attached for more than 24 hours for the disease to be spread,
so prompt removal is important; if you have been bitten, prompt
treatment is essential (and usually very effective). Some
sources for more information about Lyme Disease are the American
Lyme Disease Foundation,: and the
Center for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC has
instructions for Proper Tick Removal on www.cdc.gov/ticks/removing_a_tick.html. ... top of page
Acknowledgment of outdoor Club
All Participants on trips state that they are fit to
participate in strenuous physical activities. It is understood
that during participation in Nassau Community College Outdoor Club
Activities, participants may be exposed to a variety of hazards
and risks, foreseen or unforeseen, which are inherent in each
Activity and cannot be eliminated without destroying the unique
character of the Activity. These inherent risks include, but are
not limited to, the dangers of serious personal injury, property
damage, and death (?Injuries and Damages?) from exposure to the
hazards of travel and the Nassau Community College Outdoor Club
does not try to contradict or minimize participant's understanding
of these risks. Participants should realize that Injuries
and Damages can occur by natural
or activities of other persons, animals, trip members, trip
leaders and assistants or third parties, either as a result of
negligence or because of other reasons. Participants should
realize that risks of such Injuries and Damages are involved in
adventure travel such as Nassau Community College Outdoor Club
Activities and should appreciate that they may have to exercise
extra care for their own person and for others around them in the
face of such hazards. Participants should realize that on
any activity there may not be rescue or medical facilities or
expertise necessary to deal with the Injuries and Damages to which
they may be exposed. All participants in any activity will
be required to sign the FSA waiver of liability and follow the student
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