Guided snowshoe hikes are a fun way to learn more about the wildlife, ecology and features of the winter landscape. This winter we hope you will join us for some great exercise, fresh air and FUN! Dress in layers; bring snowshoes, hats, gloves, water and a light snack. Don’t forget a headlamp or flashlight for our night hikes. (Note: the Feb 7th Animal Tracking/Adaptations program has been postponed until February 14th from 10 a.m. until Noon)
Special Feature for Entire Families The Homestead Trail is a 0.7 mile trail that is constructed for ease of use by persons aided by adaptive equipment for entire families to enjoy in a pleasant natural setting. It winds through a diverse forest terminating at a picnic table in a forested glade at the base of Amos Mountain. The name, “Homestead Trail” was chosen to define the cultural features that can be viewed along the way, notably two stone foundations an a handsome stone wall, that once defined pastures. The trail begins at the Gallie Trailhead at the Heald and Bradly Pond Reserve and can be identified in blue on the trail map at the following link. HealdBradleyTrails2014
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