Spoonwood Hike: date change

by on February 12, 2015 in Hikes and Nature, Home Page

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!

News Alert:

The first hike exploring Spoonwood Pond that was to be held this Saturday has been postponed until March 29th due to the weather forecast for this weekend.

All of the information; time, etc., is the same as it would have been on Saturday – only the date has been changed.

“Join the Nelson Trail Committee for a leisurely walk across the ice of Nubanusit Lake, through the isthmus of Louis Cabot Preserve, across pristine Spoonwood Pond to its 1859 vintage 12′ high x 280′ long dam & spillway and back. Round trip: 4 miles. Total elevation gain: 0 feet. Depending on conditions, bring ice walkers (such as STABILicers or Yaktrax), boots, snowshoes or cross country skis  – your choice.

Bring a bag lunch. Hot chocolate will be freely provided.

Meet at Dave Birchenough’s at 162 Nubanusit Road, Nelson at 11 AM. We should be back by 1:30 PM.”

 

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