Full Green Corn Moon Hike
With Ranger Pine
August 14, 2019
Summer 2019 is slipping by, so if you want to enjoy a summer evening underneath August’s “Green Corn Moon” on a NWDC Guided Hike, don’t miss out!
Hike Difficulty: Moderate
- For those in fairly good hiking condition.
- Trails are generally in good condition but do have rocky sections. Note that part of the hike will take place in very low-light conditions.
- Mileage (2-3 miles)
- Moderate elevation gain.
Check the weather and dress accordingly.
Note that this is a non-smoking hike!
*All our hikes range from 2-3 hours and are moderate in terms of difficultly, with areas of rocky uneven terrain.
A lifelong outdoorsman, David Martin (AKA Ranger Pine) has been an Environmental Educator at the Pueblo Mountain Park for the last decade. His passion is connecting people of all ages to Nature. Although his time is mostly dedicated to executing the elementary level education programs and camps at the Nature & Wildlife Discovery Center’s mountain and river campuses, he also writes, teaches and guides hikes on the side, most notably guiding seasonal forages for wild mushrooms and medicinal herbs of the mountain and canyon west. He is a proponent of conscious living and mindfulness, he is a published writer and…
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