First Day Hike: Chief Logan
January 1, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
First Day Hikes invite you outside for the beginning of a new year. Join Naturalist Lauren Cole, NIA/CIG for a hike at Chief Logan State Park.
This hike meets at the Museum at Chief Logan State Park at 10:00 a.m. to get started. This year’s hike features Cliffside Trail which is an easy trail but some parts of the trail will have rocks, roots, or be close to sheer drops. We’ll hike approximately 1 mile making the adventure suitable for all ages. The goal is to get outside on the first day of the year and maybe learn a little about the park, nature and wintry observations. Cole is known for her elk management area tours and engaging visitors in park history, native species and lively presentations.
Please plan and dress accordingly for the weather. Cole may ask for masks to be worn at the beginning of the hike during opening conversations. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. All ages are welcome.
No reservations required for this walk. Please, carry water and a snack. To learn more, email [email protected]
Hikers receive a First Day Hike patch from the naturalist at the conclusion of the activity.
First Day Hikes are part of a nationwide initiative led by America’s State Parks to encourage people to get outdoors. On New Year’s Day, hundreds of free, guided hikes are planned in all 50 states. Kids and adults all across America will be participating in First Day Hikes, getting their hearts pumping and enjoying the beauty of a state park.
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