**Weather update (1/26/24): Recent rain has made the road out to Berlin a bit muddy/slippery but still passable – please drive carefully on your way up. The snow on the trail will be quite wet so come prepared with waterproof boots!**
What do animals do when it snows? Where do insects go in the winter? How do animals find food? Join Williamstown Rural Lands naturalist Dana Williams to explore winter animal adaptations at Berlin Mountain on this easy, slow-paced 1 mile walk. Content will be geared towards families, but all ages welcome. Meet at Mt. Berlin Trailhead (end of Berlin Rd., Williamstown). Please leave furred friends at home.
This is a space limited event, registration required.
Parking: There is a medium-sized dirt parking lot at the Mt. Berlin Trailhead (end of Berlin Rd., Williamstown). Please note that Berlin Rd. is a dirt road.
Facilities: There are no bathrooms or indoor spaces at this site.
What to bring: Please check the weather before arriving and bring appropriate clothing (warm, non-cotton layers, gloves, hat, weather proof jacket, waterproof boots, snow or rain pants will be helpful if there is snow on the ground!). Cramp-ons, snowshoes or hiking poles may be recommended if there is ice or snow on the trails.
For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bookings are closed for this event.