We’re going out into the woods for a picnic because the bears are asleep. Dress warmly in layers and you will need snowshoes. Plan to climb steeps, scramble down rocks and perhaps walk on water (frozen water). And if all goes to plan we’ll have snacks with a very famous WildOne. That means you’ll need to pack food and water to fully enjoy the adventure.

No dogs please they scare off the wild things.

HIKE #10

DATE: Saturday, February 4

START TIME:  8:45 am

DURATION:  6 hours min, 6 – 10 km, weather and participant determined

LOCATION: Ganaraska Trailhead – Moore Falls trailhead: GPS coordinatores: 44.8065,-78.8134 https://goo.gl/maps/XEhSFN4q8twpg8yU9

RATING: Moderate: some hills, access/parking more remote



LEADER: Carolyn Humphreys

LEADER BIO:  Carolyn Humphreys, the Vice President with the Wilderness Club of the Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association, can be both playful and serious. Carolyn has paddled, picnicked, sketched, foraged, camped and skied throughout QEII Wildlands with folks from 8 months to 80 years old. She is living proof that anyone with a curious attitude, adequate preparation and appreciation of good company can truly be a “Wild Thing”.

  • Teddy Bear Picnic
    Saturday, February 4, 2023
    8:45 am - 3:00 pm
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