Glory Hills - Afternoon Hike, Relaxed Pace - Thu, Nov 24 2022

Glory Hills - Afternoon Hike, Relaxed Pace (11/24/2022)

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The Basics:
Event Type:Hike
Event Location: Corner of Twp Rd 540 and Dawn Valley Dr
Date(s) & Time:Thu, Nov 24 2022  1:00 PM
Registration Cut Off: Thu, Nov 24 2022 11:00:00 AM
Event Duration:~2 hours
Difficulty Rating:D3: Moderate
Event Coordinator(s): Rhonda S
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Member Cost:Voluntary Donation Only (See Below)

Participant Info:
Who's Invited: Members Only, 18 And Older Only
Maximum Group Size:4
Minimum Group Size:3
Number Registered So Far: 5 (To see who's signed up, log in to the Member Area)
Are Dogs Permitted: No

Meet at 1:00PM for a 1:10 departure.

  • I am limiting this event to four people because of limited parking. If you're traveling together, let me know - I will be able to add more people if it doesn't add more vehicles.
  • All of my events are RELAXED PACE. Slowpokes welcome!
  • In case of inclement weather, this event may be postponed.
  • If anything seems weird of wrong about these event details, please e-mail me to let me know. I copied it from a previous event and may have made a mistake in editing.

About Glory Hills: Glory Hills is located within the Glory Hills Environmentally Significant Area. Wetlands on the property are part of a chain of wetlands that help filter and protect our water supply.

This natural area is located in the transition zone between the Boreal Forest and Aspen Parkland regions, and therefore contains a wide variety of plant and animal life. The site contains dense aspen forest, open grassland, wetlands and a lake. It is home to a range of iconic Canadian wildlife species, including moose, beaver, coyote, deer, fisher, fox, ruffed grouse, a breeding pair of loons, and is adjacent to a great blue heron colony.

Many cultures travelled through and lived within the Parkland County region but the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) and the Nehiyawak (Cree) were the ones who ended up making permanent land bases with in these lands. The Michel First Nations of both cultures and the Nhiyaw Alexander First Nations both have treaty rights to lands within the region. Fishing was and still is important within this region due to its abundance of lakes. The plains within the regions provided fertile soils for homesteads that sustained many communities after the fall of the bison and the fur trade.

Required Items to Bring:
Clothing appropriate to the conditions.
Sturdy footwear
Recommended Items to Bring:
Use our Event Checklists to make sure you have everything you need.
Traction devices (stabilicers, microspikes, etc.) if conditions warrant them.

How to Get There:
Event Directions:Corner of Twp Rd 540 and Dawn Valley Dr

To find Rhonda, first find Nemo


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- Details of this event are subject to undergo a change at any point in time, with or without warning.

Voluntary Donation:What is this?)
Suggested donation amount for this event is: $2.00/Person.

Cancellation/Partial Attendance:
Please review our Cancellation Policy carefully!