Sponsored by the American Hiking Society, this event has been held annually since 1993, this event commemorates and celebrates America's more that 200,000 miles of public trails. Events are currently scheduled in all fifty states and territory of Puerto Rico.
Join me on Saturday June 4th for one of two local trail walks.
From 9:00AM to 11:00AM, I will be at the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy's Sylvan Solace Preserve. The trails at Sylvan Solace are flat, wide, and easy to stroll along. The trail winds through a pine plantation, open meadow, and mature woodland. The total distance of the walk will be approximately 1 mile.
|Trail at Sylvan Solace Preserve (October 2015)|
In the afternoon, from 1:00PM to 3:00PM, I will be leading a walk at the CWC's Audubon Woods Preserve. The terrain at Audubon Woods is a little more challenging with some hill-climbing along the route. The trail at Audubon Woods is through a mature deciduous forest. This route is about 1/2 mile in length.
|Floodplain forest at Audubon Woods Preserve (May 2015)|
During both walks, we will stop frequently to observe and discuss the natural world. You never know what we might find - during my last visit to Audubon Woods, I repeatedly heard a Barred Owl calling during the daytime.
Both of these events are free and open to anyone, but donations to the CWC are always appreciated.