A forest for all, the purpose of the Cooley-Jericho Community Forest is to provide multi-recreational trail uses, wildlife habitat, and encourage people to have fun outside and learn about nature. The forest is owned and managed by ACT.
Our trail work volunteers have been hard at work creating a new trail network, and this is a great opportunity to see their progress. This will be a moderate hike with some elevation gain. We will enjoy lunch on the ‘picnic rocks’ where you can enjoy stunning views of the Franconia Ridge. The group will decide if we want to do a longer hike or shorter hike, we have a number of options available.
Bring a brown bag lunch, water, and your camera to take pictures! Please wear sturdy boots, and comfortable hiking clothes.
We will meet in the Trumpet Round Road parking area. Google maps link.
Later in the day, we will be celebrating in style with a potluck at the Landaff Town Hall.
Please email Lianna Lee at outreach@aconservationtrus