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Easy Peasy Forest Walk (Lynn Headwaters) · Saturday, October 24th

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Organized by: Tiffany Lee.

Start: Saturday, Oct. 24th, 10:00 am
Pre-trip meeting location: Main Parking Lot


Hi everyone! Thought I'd organize a super laid-back day in the forest, come rain or shine! We would do Lynn Loop, with an option to go further down Cedar Mills Trail or Norvan Falls. These trails are VERY easy and flat! Since we won't be huffing and puffing up a mountain I thought it would be great to be able to chat and meet other VOC members. The great thing about Lynn Headwaters is that its transit accessible, or feel free to organize rides amongst yourselves as well! 

I don't have a car, but if we wanted to and live close enough we could split an evo - I can drive! Dogs welcomed!

If we choose to just do Lynn Loop/Cedar Mills it would be around 2 hours, Norvan Falls would be about 4 hours total. 

Posted: 2020-10-17 20:49:31
Last modified: 2020-10-19 13:38:45