Fall Foliage Yoga and Hiking Series

Join Tracy Remelius this fall to go hiking and practice yoga in beautiful places around Western Massachusetts.

Cost: $15 members of The Trustees of the Reservation/$20 non-members

Hiking is easy to moderate. Yoga is appropriate for all levels.
To Register, please call: 413-532-1631 x20 or E-mail: westregion@ttor.org

Click here for more information and another way to sign up for the hikes. 

October 2nd Bullitt Reservation, Ashfield, MA
Once a poor farm, and then home to the first U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union William C. Bullitt and his daughter Ann, this eye-pleasing blend of fields and farm buildings, mixed woodlands, and streams forms a crucial link in almost 3,000 acres of protected land. We'll explore the trails and do yoga on the residential grounds. Hike goes from 10am - 12:30pm

October 15th Mt. Warner, Hadley, MA
We'll visit one of the Trustees of Reservations newest property and see a unique view of the Connecticut River and Hadley farmland from the top. We'll then do yoga outdoors in the forest. Hike goes from 10-12:30pm

October 29th Rock House, West Brookfield, MA
As the vibrant foliage reflects on the surface of Carter Pond, we'll practice yoga. Built by the glacier and blessed by indigenous tribes who hunted and worshiped here, the cave-like shelter and its surroundings are an intriguing blend of geologic and human history. Nature lovers can enjoy expanses of wildflowers, hardwood forests and pine groves, while watching for a wide variety of animals, from wild turkeys to painted turtles. Hike goes from 10-12:30pm