Adveture Ecology Program: Autumn Hike up Red Hill

Friday, October 30, 2015 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

While many people are out driving to see the beauty of the fall colors….why not hike and view them from another perspective? Each fall when the nights turn cooler and the days are still warm, the leaves begin to change color. Hiking is another way to experience the splendor of the fall foliage in and around the Squam Lakes Region in New Hampshire. Join the Squam Lakes Association and guide Conner Connor Piechota, Conservation Intern at the Red Hill Trail off of Squam Lake Road / Bean Road.

Who’s Invited?  All ages, must be fit to hike 1.7 miles, moderate hike uphill

Location: Red Hill Trail, Center Harbor. From Route 25 in Center Harbor (coming from the west) make a left on Bean Road. Head up the road roughly a mile and a half and then take a right on Sibley Rd. Head a mile and make a left at another sign. The trail (old jeep road) will be on your right.

Time: Friday, October 30, 10am – 1pm

Equipment: Hiking essentials for a comfortable hike in the woods. Bring a lunch and plenty of water.

Registration is Required: (link sends e-mail) or call 603-968-7336 to sign up. Please leave us your phone number and the number of people in your part.

Description of Program: Moderate hike to top of Red Hill via the Red Hill trail off of Bean Road/Squam Lake Road – from Center Harbor

Guide: Connor Piechota, Conservation Intern

I am from Sioux City, IA and have recently graduated from Saint John's University with a degree in biology. I am interested in wildlife and conservation biology and wildlife/habitat interactions.