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November 22, 2017
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Meet at Twin Forks Playground parking area 10 minutes in advance.


This walk is open to all! We will take time for dogs to get to know each other and to let barking calm before setting out on a slow walk. Dog owners, kindly keep your dog on a short leash & please don't forget to scoop!

Hike leader Heidi Eisenhauer has a wealth of knowledge to share and there are lots to see no matter the season. We will stop and ID things as we wish along the route from birds to native plants.


Distance: 2.2km

Speed: Relaxed - lots of short stops to admire nature's wonders and to accommodate dogs

Terrain: Packed trails and paved paths. This trail can have some slippery spots if there is snow on the ground

Accessibility: For those with strollers, wheels, or prefer paved trails - you may meet us at the corner of Madison & Sagebrush at 6:15pm - the trail is paved from this point forward .

Frequency: bi-weeklys

Meet at Twin Forks Playground parking area 10 minutes in advance.

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