Leader: Brian Fowler
This field trip builds on last year's success in Bretton Woods-Crawford Notch and will focus on the familiar geologic features in Franconia Notch (formation of the Notch, The Old Man, Lafayette-Profile Lake landslides, Cannon Cliff, Boise Rock, late-glacial channels above the Flume, post-glacial evolution of Franconia Ridge, and "57 Varieties" of granite). Brian (an OH) has many years of research in the Notch and is well-known for leading field trips that are interesting for both trained geologists and interested laymen.
The trip will begin at the Highland Center at Noon and drive ~30 minutes to the north end of the Notch. Then it will run its stops south through the Notch (with only short walks required) and return to the Highland Center in time for the Cocktail Hour at 4 PM so folks don't miss any of the Reunion! So make your plans now to join the trip for the afternoon. No sign up is needed; just show up at 12:00 sharp. The trip is free!
May 30, 2016: We seem to have lost track of these OH. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any information.
May 4, 2016: The 2016 Spring Resuscitator is now published. Articles by Ted Miller, John Ranlett, Ted Brinton and gormings.
March 18, 2016: Cabin Family Pass Now Available
Our new Annual Cabin Pass has proven to be so popular, that now there is a family version! The $150 fee covers 2 spouses and their own children.
February 22, 2016: Minutes of OH Steering Committee meetings are always available on the OH Forum, which is a link at the top of the menus on the right side of the home page.
December 2, 2015: Cabin Annual Pass Now Available
In 2016, the OHA will be piloting an "annual pass" program for the OH Cabin. Instead of paying for each stay, OH will have the opportunity to pay $75 up front (in addition to $25 dues) for the season.
October 31, 2015: There are still seats at the 2015 Fall reunion dinner. Book a reservation now..
October 1, 2015: The 2015 Fall Resuscitator is now published. Featuring tales by Andy Cook and Sleazy Dalton.