Walk Inside A Glacier?
Feel the chill in the air! Hear stone cobbles clatter off one another in an ice-water torrent! Let your imagination wander into an arctic-like environment as the Weathersfield (Vermont) Historical Society leads a public hike into Weathersfield’s “deep history” on
Sunday afternoon, June 10 at 2:00 pm.
You will walk on a glacial esker that was deposited in a water-carved tunnel in the last continental glacier as it melted north toward Canada. This is a moderately difficult loop hike that will include a segment of the historic Crown Point Military Road.
Meet in the Crown Point Camping Area at 131 Bishop Camp Road off Stoughton Pond Road in Perkinsville, Vermont and follow the signs.
Rain or shine and dress for ticks and black flies! For information call (802) 885-9517.