Take a walk in the woods on Thursday, July 12 with Donovan and Jill Porterfield. Learn about the homes and habitats of forest and its critters. There will be activities for children (of all ages). All children must be accompanied by an adult.
This walk will take place from 10am until noon. Bring your own lunch or stop in at the Pagosa Springs Nurturing Center (802 Rosita & N. 8th) for a free children’s lunch if you would like to join Jill and Donovan for a picnic after the walk. Wear walking shoes or boots, dress appropriately for the weather, and bring drinking water.
Meet at the parking area on the right at the end of the pavement on Piedra Road about 5.5 miles north of Highway 160.
The following day, Friday July 13, join Susan Dussell at 9am for a “Wildflowers of the Continental Divide Trail” interpretive walk. Meet Susan at the parking area on the right at the top of Wolf Creek Pass adjacent to the interpretive signs. Susan will lead a slow-paced hike with a total of 800’ elevation gain to the Rock Garden. Final destination could be the base of Alberta Peak.
This walk needs to be signed up for in advance with a maximum of 15 participants. Please contact the Pagosa Ranger District at 264-2268 to sign up.
Please wear walking shoes/boots, a hat, and bring sunscreen and drinking water.