Full Moon Walk


continues April 4

The Allegheny National Forest will continue its Full Moon Walk interpretive program with a walk set for 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 4. A forest ranger will lead those who attend along the Timberdoodle Flats Interpretive Trail for about three-quarters of a mile. “During the walk, participants will explore the moon, life in the forest, and how they are connected,” Public Affairs Officer Christopher Leeser said. Participants are asked to be at the Timberdoodle Flats trailhead by 7:20 p.m., dress for cold weather and wear boots appropriate for walking in snow in the woods. Participants are also encouraged to bring flashlights. The trailhead is located east of the ANF Bradford Ranger District Office in Route 59 in Marshburg, McKean County.


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