Thanksgiving Meditative Hike to Hook Mountain
with Lin Gordon
Saturday, November 24, 2018 | 9:45am – 3:00pm
Location: 299 Lake Rd. Valley Cottage, NY, 10989
Immerse in the peaceful beauty of autumn in the Hudson Valley before winter arrives. This guided, meditative hike includes expansive vistas only 1.5 hours outside of the city, and extraordinary land designated by the New York Audubon Society as an Important Bird Area.
We will hike from approximately 10am to 3pm, with stops for meditation practices and an hour-long lunch break. The hike is mostly in silence on a scenic route of the Long Path, into Rockland Lake State Park, and up Hook Mountain (689 feet). For more information about this hike, including what to wear/bring, public transportation, and driving directions, please visit here.
Please arrive at 9:45am at Rockland Lake State Park, South Entrance, on Route 9W and Lake Road (parking lot #4). Valley Cottage, NY. There is a picnic table under a big tree near the toll booth of the parking lot. We will begin the hike at 10am.
The registration fee includes teacher support. If you wish to give more in addition to the registration fee, the total (registration fees and additional contributions) will be shared between NYI and the teacher(s).
Lin Gordon has been practicing Insight meditation the last eight years under the guidance of Jonathan Foust, Mark Coleman, and various teachers at the New York Insight Meditation Center. She is a graduate of Mark Coleman’s Awake in the Wild Nature Meditation Teacher Training and has been leading nature meditation programs around NYC and the Hudson Valley since. In stillness and silence, she discovers the transformative power of mindfulness practices to help live a life of flow, joy, grace and gratitude. Learn more about her nature meditation programs at beingintheewild.com.
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