W104 | Spring Wildflower Walks in South County
Elizabeth Dillman


1:30 - 3:00 p.m. EST

In-person at various locations

4/12, 4/19, 4/26,
5/3, 5/10, 5/17

Six Sessions 

Limit: 15

Closed at Capacity

Every spring, our beautiful Berkshire Trails come alive with colorful flowers, changing each week. We will hunt for and identify them at various properties in South County. Learn about the spring ephemeral flowers as we enjoy a beautiful spring walk. Participants must be moderately fit and capable of walking 2-3 miles on uneven, hilly ground and rocky and root-filled trails; must wear sturdy walking shoes and be prepared for weather changes. The use of hiking poles is helpful. Properties to be visited: Bartholomew’s Cobble, Sheffield; Bidwell House, Monterey; Mary Flynn Trail, Stockbridge; Housatonic Rail Trail, Housatonic; Benedict Pond, Beartown State Forest; Goodnow Preserve, Monterey. (Subject to change.)

In her former life, Elizabeth Dillman ran a small creative advertising agency and founded, published and edited a magazine here in the Berkshires. She is now retired and a certified Appalachian Mountain Club hiking leader, guiding hikes in all parts of the Berkshires since 2007. Over the years, Elizabeth has led more than 350 hikes. She loves to share her passion for the trail!

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