GNJP’s newest show will take the viewer on a journey along the Appalachian Trail in New Jersey and New York, meeting hikers, volunteers and stewards.
Our guide Megan Gunning Patterson will explore glacial lakes and waterfalls, climb mountains, tramp along footbridges and trails, and examine human-made environments such as forest plantations, trails and structures created by the Civilian Conservation Corps under President Franklin Roosevelt.
Our journey will take us from the large-scale grandness of the trail to the up close and personal perspective of the thru hiker and day tripper.
The show is currently in the development stage: fundraising, research, advance work and story & script creation. Filming is planned for May through November 2018 with a completed show for TV for spring of 2019.
The places we’ll go . . .
Delaware Water Gap, NJ
Sunfish Pond, Worthington State Forest, NJ
Old Mine Road, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, NJ
Catfish Pond & The Old Mine Road, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, NJ
Tillman Ravine & Sunrise Mountain, Stokes State Forest, NJ
High Point Monument, High Point State Park, NJ
Pochuck Creek & Boardwalk, Wawayanda State Park, NJ – click for photos & more info – One of the sites to be included in our show is the Pochuck boardwalk, which is part of the Appalachian Trail. Nestled between Pochuck Mountain and Wawayanda Mountain in Wawayanda State Park near the New Jersey/New York border, the 1.5 mile Pochuck boardwalk, bridge & trail provides a pleasant dry walk with panoramic vistas of hawks and herons flying over marshland remaining from a prehistoric lake.
More information to come on the following sites as we visit them:
Wallkill River National Wildlife Preserve
Sterling Forest State Park, NY
Harriman State Park, NY
Bear Mountain State Park, NY
ABOUT THE SHOW
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See you on the trail!