Old Growth Forest Hike with David Govatski
Fri, Aug 26, 7:30 AM
Meet at Grants Supermarket in Glen
Join David Govatski as he leads the Tin Mountain Nature Program Old Forest Growth on Friday, August 26, where participants will traverse on a variety of short hiking trails in search of Old Growth Forest in the Snyder Brook, Eagle Cliff, and Franconia Notch areas. Call for reservations at 603-447-6991. Carpool from Grants Supermarket in Glen at 7:30 AM.
According to the Forest and Lands, Synder Brook is owned by the White Mountain National Forest and is described as, “A remnant patch of old-growth hemlock – spruce – northern hardwood forest occurs along Snyder Brook on the lower northern slope of the Presidential Range in Randolph. This is a wildly scenic short hike that takes you past three White Mountain waterfalls and through a magnificent old forest community.”
Dress for the weather, be prepared for changing weather conditions, bring your lunch, snack, water, camera and binoculars.
David Govatski has a degree in Forestry and worked for over 30 years with the US Forest Service in a variety of locations and positions. He is a knowledgeable naturalist and great facilitator.
Reservations are requested by Tin Mountain calling at 603-447-6991.
The cost of the program is $5 for families, $3 per person and free for members. Tin Mountain community nature programs are open to the public, and are made possible thanks to the generous sponsorship of LL Bean.