Randolph Mountain Club (RMC)
From the "About" Section of their website: "The Randolph Mountain Club maintains a network of nearly 102 miles of hiking trails, principally on the northern slopes of Mount Madison, Mount Adams, and Mount Jefferson in the Presidential range of the White Mountain National Forest, and on the Crescent Range in the town of Randolph, NH. RMC's trails are maintained through the joint efforts of volunteers and a seasonal, paid professional trail crew as well as a part-time fall trail crew. The RMC also maintains two cabins, Crag Camp (capacity 20) and Gray Knob (capacity 15); one lean-to, The Perch (capacity 8); and one Adirondack-style shelter, the Log Cabin (capacity 10). There are also four tent platforms at The Perch. All camps are available to the public on a first come, first-served basis. A caretaker is in residence at Gray Knob throughout the year and during the summer months, there is a second caretaker at Crag Camp. RMC's facilities are located on the White Mountain National Forest, and operate under a special use permit issued by the U.S. Forest Service."
This club does not have any posted events.