Guided Hikes

When:
January 21, 2018 @ 11:00 am
2018-01-21T11:00:00-05:00
2018-01-21T11:15:00-05:00
Where:
Rocky Woods
Hartford Street
Medfield, MA 02052
USA
Cost:
Member: $5; Nonmember: $10 (kids under 5 are FREE)
Contact:

Pack a snack, lace up your boots, and bring your family and friends to Rocky Woods for a guided hike on our beautiful trails. Our knowledgeable team will take your crew on a walk around Chickering Pond, up the Cedar Hill Overlook, over to the Hemlock Knoll, or out to Echo Pond so say hi to the beavers!

Hikes will be an hour on average but may be shortened or lengthened depending on the group. Each hike will include stops along the way to talk about and explore the flora, fauna, and other fun features of our property. After the hike, we’ll gather at the cabin to warm up by the fire.

Hikes are offered every Sunday at 11am and 3pm and will be aligned with the season. Topics and themes include:

  • winter animal tracking
  • tree identification
  • vernal pool exploration
  • mushrooms 

Registration is encouraged but not required. For groups of 10 or more, please contact us directly at kbaker@thetrustees.org

Sign up for the 11am hike
Sign up for the 3pm hike

To find out about different topics and themes, and for updates, including cancellations, please check our Facebook page: facebook.com/rockywoodsma

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