Winter Hike to the Caldwell Lake Nature Reserve
February 27, 2021 @ 9:20 AM – 1:00 PM
Join Sue Bryan for a winter hike to Caldwell Lake Nature Reserve on the Lake Superior shore. Look for winter birds, mammal tracks and sign in the snow, possibly very early signs of spring. Snowshoes are required. Bring a hearty lunch, water, and dress appropriately for the winter conditions considering level of physical exertion, wind and temperature. The hike into the site along a rough forest trail is about 1.5 hours. Depending on snow conditions it could represent a high level of physical exertion. If ice conditions on Lake Superior are suitable we may hike in through the forest on the trail but return along the Superior shoreline on the frozen lake. We hope to stop for an outdoor hot coffee or tea and eat lunches outdoors at the Bryan cabin on the Superior shore (half way mark in the total hike).
Please notify Susan Bryan at 807-345-6446 or email@example.com of your intent to participate or with questions.
Special rules apply to this hike under TBFN COVID-19 protocols – members only, limit 12 participants, advance registration by email that contains contact information is mandatory, no car-pooling unless all in a vehicle are part of the same household, participants encouraged to maintain 2m distancing or wear masks if distancing is not possible.
Meet at the Movati Centre Parking lot, at 9:20 am and depart together at 9:30. We will drive down to the starting point for the hike at Cloud Bay where cars will be left parked. Drive takes approximately 40 minutes.