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Another Walk in Wenakeening Woods

by Mary Curran
February 8, 2012

If you wanted to walk the Wenakeening Woods last Sunday but were not able to
make it, or if you did go on the walk sponsored by the Hopkinton Trails and Upper Charles Conservation Land Trust and would like to walk there again, the Holliston Conservation Associates will be hosting a walk, led by Marc Connelly, at Wenakeening Woods on Sunday Feb. 12th at 10 AM.

You can park in the lot on Summer Street or perhaps in the lot at the Wilde Building or the Fatima Shrine (please be considerate). 

Last year we snowshoed and found all sorts of animal tracks in the snow.  Who
knows what evidence of animal activity we will find this year?  Marc always
finds interesting things to point out.  We will probably be on the trails for an
hour or two, but the walk will not be strenuous.  We would love to have you join
us!

The trails are easy to walk and pass several water features.

Trals are clearly marked and a trail map is shown below:

For directions to Wenakeening Woods and information on other properties managed by UCCLT, go to: http://www.uppercharles.org/

 

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