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The Great Saunter: A Virtual Tour

2022-02-12T13:20:00+00:00April 20, 2020|Articles, Great Saunter|

While there is no substitute for getting out of our homes and taking up the challenging Great Saunter, author, Shorewalker member, and Saunterer, Emmet Freedman of the writing project (link below) describes his Great Saunter virtual tour: You make your way to lower Manhattan far earlier than you are ...

A Saunter From the Heart – 2019

2021-12-09T13:47:48+00:00May 9, 2019|Articles, Great Saunter, Hike Report|

Where to begin?  I’d like to start on a personal note.  I am among the 1% who have survived the kind of heart attack I had (100% blockage of the “widow maker”).  Every day is a gift of this second chance I’ve been given, but there have been a handful of ...

A Great Saunter Day 2016

2021-11-30T15:03:45+00:00May 11, 2016|Great Saunter|

  Cy Adler, President of Shorewalkers, receiving Proclamation from Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer.  Sid King, event coordinator, is at left. Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer presented Shorewalker President Cy Adler with a beautiful proclamation to commemorate the GREAT SAUNTER AROUND MANHATTAN’S RIM, the 32nd circumambulation of New York Island by ...

Thirty Years of the Great Saunter 2015

2022-05-03T22:06:24+00:00August 13, 2015|Great Saunter|

A brief history of the Shorewalkers by Cy Adler Since 1982, Shorewalkers has been a leading advocate of environmental and other quality-of-life projects in the New York City Metropolitan Region, emphasizing the opening to the public of waterfront property. Shorewalkers’ first hike took place Sunday, December 12, 1982 along the ...

The Walk of Life

2021-11-11T12:28:18+00:00May 11, 2015|Great Saunter, Hike Report|

Early on a chilly Saturday morning that would turn blisteringly hot, we set forth, we brave few, on a trek that would challenge us like nothing before, that would test our mettle like our mettle had never been tested and help us find out what mettle actually was and why ...

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