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Full Moon Hike at Cedar Bog Trail

  • Fri, February 18, 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Birds Hill Provincial Park
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Regarding COVID-19: Due to the numbers placed on gathering restrictions, we need your cooperation in only signing up for events that you can truly commit to attending. 

Masks are mandatory when gathering at the beginning and end of our events. Additionally, we strongly recommend masks be worn during the activity (but are not required as long as physical distance is being maintained) - if group members are closer than 6 feet apart they MUST wear a mask covering their mouth and nose. Please review our full COVID-19 policy and safety practices here

PLEASE READ THE REQUIREMENTS AND ALL DETAILS BELOW PRIOR TO REGISTRATION

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: BY MIDNIGHT, TWO DAYS BEFORE THE EVENT (FEBRUARY 16) 

Join us for a Backcountry Women Full Moon night hike

This hike is a unique night-hiking experience where we will stop periodically to gaze at the full moon (howling optional) and take in the stillness of the season. 

February's Full Moon goes by the name Full Snow Moon, due to the typically heavy snowfall that occurs in February.

Our Full Moon Hikes require that everyone carry their own light source, whether a head lamp or flashlight (mandatory).

Event Leader: Chelsea Owasi. Click for more information

Arrival Time: by 7:00pm. We will begin the hike no later than 7:15PM. The time arranged allows for you to have time to attend to personal needs such as organizing your gear and for the leader to share information with the group. 


Location: Cedar Bog Trail in Birds Hill Provincial Park. A valid Provincial Park pass is usually required however all park entry for the month of February is FREE!


In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge that we live, work, and play on the ancestral lands of the Ininiw, Anishinaabe, and Dakota Nations, and the homeland of the Metis Nation.  Our organization, Backcountry Women, is based on Treaty No. 1 Territory, and we appreciate that this event takes place on
Treaty No 1. Territory.

Overall Difficulty Rating: Due to the factors mentioned below, this activity is rated a 1/5.

This rating is subject to change based on prevailing conditions at the time of the activity, including but not limited to weather.

Activity Category: Full Moon Series (special series)
Duration/Distance
: Approximately 1.5 hours of hiking on the trail (3.5 kms).
Experience: All skill levels welcome. You should have the ability to walk with the group (while physically distancing) at a moderate, steady pace for the duration of the activity. Appropriate footwear and layered clothing is required.
Terrain: The trail is usually well trafficked in the winter and easily hiked. Depending on recent snowfall amounts this could vary. Snowshoes could be useful but are optional.

Pace: This activity will be at a steady, moderate pace.

Please leave dogs at home.

Further details will be provided to registered participants. Participants are responsible for having a valid e-mail address, communicating with the event organizer regarding any changes in attendance, and for checking e-mail prior to an event.

Registering for this event secures you a spot and fees are non-refundable and no credits will be issued, unless under exceptional circumstances. If you are no longer able to attend, please see our Cancellation Policy.

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