Join us for a family-friendly walk through Dr. John Champlin Glacier Park. The preserve’s terrain was created by the last ice age as enormous glaciers carved the landscape, leaving kettle ponds, kettle holes and huge boulders along the way. Enjoy the new educational signage throughout the trail system and come explore the great outdoors with us! This hike is moderate level due to hills and uneven, rocky footing. Meet at Kettle Close trailhead.
Led by WLT Naturalist, New-Native Forager Keith Cowley