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Educational Walk Family-friendly Hike

Sat. Jun 1

10:00 am


04:00 pm

6.5 miles

Open Event

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Hike 6.5 mile moderate paced through varying terrain. There will be step ups and downs. Stops along the way to learn about the history of plants and animals. Beautiful overlooks of the Farmington River Valley. Two boardwalks through the wetlands one meandering 840 feet through at least 5 micro ecosystems, the other stretches 240 feet out into the beaver meadow wetlands.

Event Leader(s)

Erik Landgraf

(860) 921-1008

Helen Ann Landgraf

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Rain OR Shine

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Meeting Location Details

Peoples State Forest
East River Road
Barkhamsted CT

Follow East River Road North for about one mile from the junction of RT # 181 and # 318 in Pleasant Valley.
Turn right onto Greenwoods Rd, (At the Peoples State Forest shield sign)
In 1000 feet turn left into Nature Museum Parking Lot

Click on the red map pin for the event address.

CFPA Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail

Families In The Park (Formerly Great Park Pursuit)

Leashed Dogs Permitted