Learn park secrets and see the natural wonders on a Wild Walk led by a Park Interpreter.
Each walk is about two hours and suitable for all ages – including families with young children. Walks range from easy to moderate. Please make sure you are prepared with appropriate clothing, sturdy shoes and water.
This is a free program but registration required, please call 250-469-6140 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each Wild Walk starts Saturday mornings at 10:00 am and Wednesday afternoons at 1:00 pm. The walks are 1.5 hours long and range from easy to moderate. They are suitable for all ages including families with young children. Rain or Shine!
Registration required for these free events, please call 250-469-6140 to register.
Wild Walks are held in conjunction with the Community Recreational Initiatives Society (CRIS) to provide barrier-free access to Regional Parks. To learn more about CRIS and to request its services to join one of these outings, visit CRIS online: www.adaptiveadventures.ca
December 8th & 12th - Scenic Canyon Regional Park (McCulloch Road entrance)
January 12th & 16th - Mill Creek Regional Park, (Spencer Road park entrance)
February 9th & 13th - KLO Creek Regional Park (McCulloch Road parking area past Field Road)
March 9th & 13th - Stephens Coyote Ridge Regional Park, (Glenmore Road park entrance)
April 6th & 10th - Black Mountain / sntsk'il'ntən Regional Park, (Swainson Road park entrance)
May 4th & 8th - Johns Family Nature Conservancy Regional Park (Chute Lake Road entrance)