Submitted by the Bedford Trails Committee
Everyone is invited to join the Bedford Trails Committee for a free walk around the York and Fawn Lake Conservation Areas at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 6.
It will start and finish in the parking lot at Fawn Lake (although the actual meet-up location is still behind the Bedford Library).
Walkers will first explore the trails and newly repaired bog bridges in the York Conservation Area, followed by a loop around Fawn Lake. If time permits, participants might cross Springs Road and poke around the Wilderness Park Conservation Area.
People wanting to take part in the walk should meet at 9:45 a.m. in the parking lot behind the Bedford Free Public Library on Mudge Way.
Children and dogs are welcome. According to Dan Hurwitz of the Bedford Trails Committee, “We will walk regardless of the weather – rain, snow, or shine. The walk will cover trails that may be rough, uneven, hilly, muddy, snowy, or icy. Please wear comfortable boots that can handle wet, ice, or snow, as appropriate for the conditions. (This is New England! Ice creepers or snowshoes may be necessary.)”
Please check the Bedford Trails web page for weather-related changes, and info on current and future hikes: https://groups.google.com/group/bedfordma-trails. If you already have a Google account, click “Join Group to Post.”
If you don’t have a Google account, please send an email to [email protected] and you’ll be added to the group.