The Trustees' Mt. Warner
Age Level: 12 and up
Fitness Level: Moderate - 2 hour hike with uphill sections
Skill Level: All
Winter is a beautiful time to enjoy a walk in the woods and you don’t need to be a expert to don a pair of snowshoes or micro spikes to make the experience an enjoyable one. We’ll help you gear up and take your first steps in our equipment making it possible to walk on snow and ice.
Once we get going, we’ll explore the beauty of the winter forest and connect to the healing powers of nature. We’ll discover the abundance of life in the forest. With tree and bird identification as well as wildlife tracking, we can begin to know our natural world more intimately.
Join us as we explore the trails on the west side of Mount Warner, overlooking the Connecticut River Valley and Lake Warner. This 500-acre conservation is home to some of the best views of historic North Hadley.
Starting at the the trailhead on Mount Warner Road, we will hike along the Salamander Loop Trail for approximately 2 hours.
Your participation in this adventure directly supports Trustees of the Reservations and their mission to preserve open space and provide access to outdoor recreation.
- Two hour guided winter hike
- Snowshoes and/or spikes
- Trekking poles
What to bring:
- Hat, gloves, waterproof clothing, and insulating layers
- Warm boots and thick socks (extra pair)
- Plenty of water and snacks
Meeting point: Mount Warner Trailhead