Residents attend free family day weekend snowshoe hike hosted by SNC in North Stormont 

Above, Pictured left to right: Mary Mesman of North Dundas, Gail Jackson and Donna Ferguson of North Stormont. Courtesy photo

BERWICK — South Nation Conservation (SNC) hosted a free Family Day Weekend snowshoe hike on Saturday, February 15 at its Warwick Forest Conservation Area in Berwick, North Stormont. 

Over 40 local residents showed up to take advantage of free snowshoe rentals available from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. for self-guided tours through the Forest’s 4 kilometres of groomed interpretive trail. SNC also provided free hot chocolate to participants, topping off a great day of family fun.

Above, Lori and Linda Hutchinson of South Stormont. Courtesy photo

Warwick Forest is just one of SNC’s public Conservation Areas that remain open and maintained for winter use; a complete list can be found at:

SNC thanks its community partners at the Raisin Region Conservation Authority, the Friends of the Upper Canada Bird Sanctuary, and the Friends of the Summertown Trails for lending additional snowshoes for the event.

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