Hambidge has a number of hiking trails among an incredible biodiversity of meadows, streams, waterfalls, native plants and wildflowers, and a cove forest. Nature Hikes take place most Third Saturdays, meeting at 10am at the Weave Shed Gallery.
Most of our hikes are led by Rita Rothmeier. Rita worked as a naturalist for 5 years at Black Rock Mountain State Park. She likes to think of herself as a guide, not an expert, facilitating and stimulating others to look closer at nature.
To reserve a space for a hike, contact Christine at email@example.com. $5 minimum donation; free for members.
Remember to wear long pants and sturdy closed-toe shoes for Summer hikes! Dress in layers, bring allergy meds/epi pen, water, a snack and a walking stick if desired. Most of our hikes are rain or shine, but if the weather looks particularly bad, check back here the morning of the hike for a weather update.
Scheduled nature hikes in 2017 include:
April 22 - a special wildflower hike
We are always in need of volunteers to assist with trail maintenance. If you are interested in helping, please contact us by clicking here.
The Hambidge Saturday Series invites the public to the campus on almost every Saturday for a series of rotating activities. Check the calendar for other Saturday events.