March 20 to June 21, 2023: Visit the 2023 Spring Outdoors Event Calendar!
Spring Outdoors 2023 will soon be underway! We know how important it is for our health and well-being to experience nature, and we have plenty of wide open spaces here in The Last Green Valley for people to enjoy.
Walk and event leaders, please use the form linked below to submit your activity. We recommend you require registration to assist with walk and event planning. All events submitted by 2/6 will be included in a new printed brochure distributed across the region. All events will be listed in the Spring Outdoors online event directory, with regular updates and additions made as the season progresses.
Visit the 2023 Spring Outdoors Event Calendar here. Events are added on a rolling basis.
Members & Partners may host a Spring Outdoors. All you have to do is fill out the easy online form here.
Please email Fran@tlgv.org with any questions.
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To clarify what participants can expect from a Spring Outdoors experience we've created the following guidelines for hike and walks.
Walks: Walks are on paved or reasonably well-maintained graded paths, i.e. sidewalks, paved river trails and hard-packed surfaces, such as the Air Line Trail.
Hikes: Hikes are on unpaved trails, often featuring uneven terrain and elevation change, including logging roads and blazed trails.
The terrain will be mostly level but could include slight inclines or declines. Terrain could also include protruding rocks and roots. Generally, less than 3 miles and no more than two hours of activity.
The terrain will likely include moderate inclines or declines and may also have some shorter steep sections. Terrain will likely include protruding rocks and roots, some water crossings and rock scrambling. Generally, 3-5 miles and 2-4 hours of activity. A shorter hike – in mileage, time or both -- may be considered moderate depending on conditions and terrain.
The terrain will have great elevation change and challenging terrain. Terrain could also involve extended rock scrambles and difficult water crossings. Generally, 5+ miles and 4+ hours of activity; A shorter hike – in mileage, time or both -- may considered difficult depending on conditions and terrain.
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