Pocono Heritage Land Trust schedules fall outings


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Enjoy the Pocono Mountains famous fall weather and foliage by joining an outing with Pocono Heritage Land Trust.

Sunday, Oct 14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Autumn Leaf Peeping on Long Pond Guided Kayak/Canoe Paddle on Tunkhannock Creek and after paddle picnic. Long Pond wetlands is one of those magic places that keeps paddlers coming back time after time and is especially alive as the sights and sounds of autumn begin to transition our Pocono landscape from the greens of summer through the fires of autumn to the whites of winter. Bring your own kayak/canoe and lifejacket.

Sunday, Oct 21, 1- 5 p.m.

Walk-n-Talk Wetland Trail Hike. We will explore the autumn upland woods and wetlands edge on the Fern Ridge Trail and newly protected Weiss farm tract of the Tannersville Cranberry Bog Preserve.

Space on hikes is limited so reservations are required. Please call the PHLT office at 570-424-1514 or email info@phlt.org to reserve your place. Anyone interested in joining any of these hikes is encouraged to visit the website at www.phlt.org or call the office for more information, confirmation of the hike status and last minute suggestions for footwear. All hikes are open to the public and free of charge to Pocono Heritage Land Trust members. A $5 donation per person or $10 donation per family is suggested for non-members.

Pocono Heritage Land Trust is a non-profit organization, founded in 1984, dedicated to protecting the natural heritage of our Pocono Mountains region by conserving land and inspiring people to care for, enjoy, and explore their natural world. Receive monthly notifications of hikes and other outdoor events offered at PHLT nature preserves in Monroe County by texting the word “POCONOS” to 42828. For more information, call (570)424-1514 or visit our website at www.phlt.org



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