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Ice Age history of Hyde Park

Location

Wallace Center at Hyde Park

, NY

41.767262 -73.938556

County: Dutchess
Region: Mid Hudson

Date(s)

  • September 8, 2019, 2:00PM

Details

Event Type Walk/Hike Description All of the Roosevelt Museum property was built upon an ice age delta where Crum Elbow Creek flowed into an ice age lake called Glacial Lake Albany. We will wander the grounds and see the geological record of this lake and the river that flowed across it. Sponsoring Organization National Park Service

Contact Information

titusr@hartwick.edu
518 821 9997
http://facebook.com/TheCatskillGeologist

Registration

Advance registration required.
Sept. 7, 2019 titusr@hartwick.edu

Additional Information

Level lawn
Activities: There are tours of Springwood, the Roosevelt family mansion. There is the Roosevelt Museum
Additional Equipment Required: none

Event Duration (hours): 2
Difficulty: Easy
Not suitable for children under age 8.
Length (miles): 1
Path: Returns to start
Boots Needed: No

Barrier Free or Wheelchar accessible? No
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