Sally Hoy #2924, President
Read About Who We Are and What We Do
Here you will read about who we are, what we do, a list of the 46 peaks, instructions on how to register to become a recorded 46er and much more. The website also contains a schedule of club-sponsored events inclurding its summer trail maintenance projects--in which you are welcome to participate even if you are not a 46er--as well as a history of the club, and a roster of all those who have completed and registered their climbs of the 46 High Peaks. Climbing the 46 is about more than just receiving a patch for the accomplishment. It is a personal challenge that will reward you with memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. If you choose to take on the adventure, please climb safely, with concern for your fellow hikers and respect for the magnificent environment you have the privilege to explore.
OFFICE OF THE HISTORIAN The Correspondence Process has been a tradition within the 46ers since the club's conception. In order to move forward with the new climbing season approaching, modifications have been put in place. Please visit the "How to Join" section for more details.
U.S. AND CANADIAN POSTAGE GUIDELINES With the change in Canadian postage rates and some confusion with ordering multiple items, we have posted "Guidelines" for determining correct postage. Members can find these new guidelines in the "MERCHANDISE" section of the webpage. (Click Here).
Your 46er Contributions at Work, 2013 - 2014
While 46ers who were in the High Peaks for the club’s fall meeting on October 5 were enjoying the cooler temperatures and vivid colors of autumn and anticipating the first snows of winter, the 46er Executive Committee was thinking about spring. The Executive Committee considered funding proposals for a number of stewardship projects in the High Peaks that are being planned for the spring 2014 season. Thanks to the generous donations of our members, the Executive Board approved funding support for several major trail improvement projects, including ATIS-sponsored bridge work on the Elk Lake/Marcy Trail, the annual spring trail sweep conducted by the ADK paid trail crew, and the first phase of a multi-year project to improve sections of the trails on Colden’s summit..