Member Clubs

Member Clubs
Clubs support trails with their Trail Conference membership. They
maintain trails, offer guided hikes, and more.
Find a Member Club Near You
Adventures for Women

Adventures For Women is dedicated to teaching women that being outdoors is not only fun, it is a great place to learn new skills, develop confidence and gain new insights. We teach women to be comfortable in the woods, to protect the environment, and to push themselves to new levels. Along the way, our members make friends and find others to support and encourage them as they flourish. We are women who love having fun outdoors.

German-American Hiking Club of New York and New Jersey

The Club is an organization of people who share an interest in a German hiking traditions and culture. 

Hilltop Conservancy, Inc.

Our Conservancy‘s MISSION is to keep the Hilltop Reservation as a nature preserve that provides habitat for native plant and wildlife species; and a site that provides respite, enjoyment and learning activities to the community.

Manitoga / The Russel Wright Design Center

The trails offer opportunities for moderate loop hikes of varying distances on the west facing slopes as well as access to extended hiking on the Osborn Loop Trail and Appalachian Trail in the adjacent Hudson Highlands State Park. In the summer there are pocket views of the Hudson River. These are called “osios” at Manitoga, from the language of the Algonquins.

Nawakwa Outdoor Association of NY, Inc.

The Nawakwa Outdoor Association (NOA) is dedicated to bringing together outdoor enthusiasts concerned with conservation, preservation, and enjoyment of our wilderness, particularly the mountains, lakes, trails, and camping areas of Harriman State Park and the New York metropolitan area.

New Jersey Forty Plus Hiking Club

Active hiking group for those over 40 doing moderate to advanced day hikes year-round throughout the NY/NJ region, from the Delaware Water Gap to the Catskills and beyond.

Outdoors Club, Inc.

Open to all adults 18 and over, our activities are of varying difficulty and include city/cultural walks, hikes, nature treks, etc. 

The Outdoors Club was established and chartered in 1978 in New York, NY, and is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) volunteer-run organization.

Take A Hike! N.J.

Bringing people together, one hike at a time. Come as strangers, leave as friends. Join the movement!

Troop 1 Mount Kisco

Renew or Enroll Your Club with the Trail Conference

Club membership in the Trail Conference supports trail work and trail protection in our region.

Member Club Benefits:

  • Enjoy a complimentary Trail Walker subscription for your President and delegates
  • Promote your group's website to over 2 million hikers on
  • Distribute your group's hike to over 13,000 readers of the Trail Walker
  • Generate interest in your group with exclusive spotlights in Trail Walker
  • Reserve complimentary table at Trail Conference meetings and meet our members
  • Obtain low cost liability and accident insurance to help protect your group members