Walker Road Forest – Group Hike
Join CPAWS NB and Community Forests International for a forest hike Saturday, October 28 at 1 pm at Walker Road Forest.
Walker Road Forest is a 50-acre forest full of beautiful hardwood trees and is part of a system of Sackville’s beloved cross-country and hiking trails. With the assistance of the Tantramar Outdoor Club, Community Forests International purchased this property in early 2021 for long-term community and climate benefits.
Come to learn about protecting and managing forests for biodiversity and enjoy the Fall colours!
The hike will last approx. 2 hours and will involve stepping off the beaten trail and walking on uneven terrain. ***Come prepared with study hiking or walking shoes. And a walking stick is often helpful on uneven ground!
This event is free and open to all ages.
How to get there:
Walker Road Forest is located in Sackville, NB on Walker Road. Type in ‘Tantramar Outdoor Club Trailhead’ into google maps. From the Trailhead parking lot, keep travelling on Walker Road for about a 1 km and you’ll arrive at the parking for Walker Road Forest.
What to bring:
Bring at least two bottles of water: bring one along the walk, and leave one in your vehicle.
Snacks are a great way to keep your energy up along the trail.
How can we help?
If you have any questions or require any additional accommodations to participate, please email email@example.com
This hike is being held to promote work being done by the The Chignecto/Sikniktewaq Partnership. CPAWS NB, along with our project partners, including Community Forests International, is working to find solutions that will help create resilient habitats for wildlife and people on the Chignecto Isthmus. To learn more: https://cpawsnb.org/campaigns/chignecto/