Spring has arrived and it’s a beautiful time to be in the woods. Most of the snow is gone, but be aware that on the trails that receive a lot of winter use the snow was packed down and became ice. Icy conditions are present in many spots. Bringing creepers or microspikes along just in case is a good idea — probably for the next week or so until the ground warms up and that ice melts. Have fun!
Join Piscataquog Land Conservancy and the Dunbarton Conservation Commission for a winter hike/snowshoe in Dunbarton’s Kuncanowet Town Forest and Conservation Area, Saturday, January 26 at 1 pm.
Dress for the weather. Snowshoes may be necessary depending on the condition of the snowpack.. If it is icy, creepers or microspikes might be a good idea. Expect to be out for about 3 hours.
Meet at the Kuncanowet trailhead and parking area off of Holiday Shore Drive.
If you plan to attend, please register on the PLC website at this link.