Spring Interpretive Hike

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05/25/2023 10:00 AM

Spring Interpretive Hike

  • PaceTypes ,Leisurely,Medium
  • TerrainTypes ,Easy,Moderate
  • PaidOuting No
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Hosting Club: Peninsula

Location (Google Maps): Meet at the intersection of Crooked Toe Road and Boundary Road at 24.4 KM. Arrive a few minutes early so that we can begin the hike at 10 a.m.

Hike Leader(s): Marg Glendon Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Pace: Leisurely, Medium
Terrain: Easy, Moderate
Distance: ~5 km


Spring is here! Let’s explore the signs of Spring at the McIver Wetland and adjoining hardwood forest with Bob Knapp, a PBTC Land Steward. Bob will provide interpretation for this Spring hike. This wetland is a popular site for migrating birds, amphibians and reptiles. The hardwood forest will be coming alive with an unfurling of new green leaves, while fern and mossy rocks frame  early Spring wildflowers. We will finish our hike with lunch on the cabin deck together.

Bring a light backpack with a  snack, water and lunch. Wear a hat, long sleeved protective clothing. Bring insect repellent. At this time of year, there may be some wet spots,  please wear waterproof hiking boots. A camera, binoculars and gators might be helpful, but not essential.

This hike will be about 3 hours in duration.