Join us along on a journey through the wilderness under the light of the full moon. Experience the forest transformed as guide Paul Lalonde leads us beyond the five senses through storytelling and a little bit of magic. When our senses are limited, our awareness allows more room for the unknown. What stories will emerge?
This forest walk will lead us to a special destination where we will enjoy a warm drink around a fire, overlooking the bay.
This guided hike will depart from the Croskill Lake parking area at 9:15 pm, please arrive at 9:00 so we can introduce ourselves and prepare to depart. The route is moderate, proper hiking shoes and layered clothing are recommended. You may wish to bring a small pack with a blanket, something to snack on by the bonfire, water or other beverages of your choice. Other goodies, hot cider and local chaga tea harvested right on the hiking route will be served.
This event is weather-permitting.
The event is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested donation of $15 – $25. No one will be turned away! To help us plan for attendance, please RSVP below or respond ‘going’ to the facebook event.
Paul Lalonde has been leading night hikes for 20 years and has created wilderness experiences for Parks Canada. An accomplished storyteller, Paul mixes an abundance of knowledge and enthusiasm about astronomy, space exploration, nocturnal ecology, mythology, and history into a unique experience.