January 17, 2015

January 17, 2015



9:30 am, Saturday, January 17/2015  (2 hours)


Explore our lovely trail loop north of Nashville under winter conditions. Much of this circular route meanders through an older growth hardwood & conifer forest, before the trail rises to an upland meadow section and finally descends back into the valley to re-cross the Humber River.

The walking pace will be easy, the distance traversed about 4 kms, and hike will last around 2 hrs.

Dress in layers appropriate to weather conditions, and consider wearing winter boots if we have snow on the ground.

Hike Leader:

Mark van Stempvoort is a very experienced hiker, and a long-time HVHTA board member & hike leader.


Park near trailhead at junction of Huntingdon & Kirby Roads, a couple of kms north of Nashville Road (same distance east of Bolton).

Questions: Send an email to hvhtak AT gmail DOT com


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