October 21, 2018

Join an Afternoon Hike in Hartman Park With Lyme Land Trust Today

Lyme Land Trust hosts a Sunday Afternoon Hike, Dec. 10, along the Orange Heritage Trail in Hartman Park, Lyme.

Join Trust members from 1:30 to 3:30-ish p.m. on a walk into the past to visit historical ruins, including the mysterious three chimneys. Learn about the community that lived there up until 150 years ago. Wendolyn Hill, Lyme Land Trust board member, and Lyme Open Space Coordinator, will lead the hike.

The Orange Trail is a beautiful path through the woods which leads to several remnants of historical structures. There are some rocky areas and moderate hill climbs. The entire walk is about three miles long with options for short cuts. There will be a snack break halfway through. Bring water or something to drink.

Meet at the Hartman Park Entrance Parking Lot on Gungy Road in Lyme.

Registration is appreciated at openspace@townlyme.org

Rain cancels. Check for updates at http://www.lymelandtrust.org/event/post-thanksgiving-hike-hartman-park-orange-heritagetrail/

The parking lot is on Gungy Road about 1.5 miles north of the four-way stop signs at the intersection of Beaverbrook Rd., Grassy Hill Rd., and Gungy Rd.


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