MEDIA RELEASE: Video Recorded & Photographed. TERRAIN: Trails. DIFFICULTY: Novice.
REQUIRED: 4-RSVP Participants; Water RECOMMENDED: Head/neck wear; Gloves; Change of shirt for ride home.
OPTIONAL: Hiking poles Home Shuttle Service ($0.50 KM out of the way; on the way FREE)
We meet around 6 PM at Tim Horton's (935 Headmaster Row) off Lagimodiere Blvd, drive at 6:15 PM, and hike at 6:45 PM.
Please comment below if you plan to meet us directly at the park.
POINTS OF INTEREST: The area’s first inhabitants were Aboriginal people who moved through the area hunting and gathering for medicine and food. Birds Hill Provincial Park System Plan is to preserve the variety of landscapes, including esker ridges, dry prairie, wet meadows, bogs and mixed boreal forest.
It was named after the Bird family, and Hill was included as it was a refuge during the 1826 and 1852 floods. Birds Hill Provincial Park officially opened on July 15, 1967 celebrating Canada’s 100th birthday to accommodate a diversity of recreational opportunities.
Participants are required to fill out the registration form and media release. Registration forms are provided at the event, or you may print and fill it out prior to your arrival: https://outdooradventure.org/registration