Noticing Walks return in Fall 2022! Since 2017, John Calabria has been leading walks on Lincoln conservation land to people of all ages who want to enjoy a gently paced, observation-focused exploration of nature.
FREE. All are welcome. Registration is encouraged but not required. Registered participants will receive an email reminder a week before each walk and on the day of the walk with detailed parking directions and weather updates. Any updates will also be posted to this page. Interested parties who prefer a phone call/text reminder can request this service from the COAHS by calling 781-259-8811.
Please fill out THIS FORM to register.
These walks are gently paced but do cover rough terrain and may have some elevation change. Participants are encouraged to wear sturdy footwear and/or bring walking poles. Co-sponsored by Lincoln Land Conservation Trust and Lincoln’s Council on Aging and Human Services.
Walks are Tuesdays from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
POSTPONED DUE TO RAIN September 6th at Twin Pond/Stony Brook: Meet at the dirt parking lot along Rte 117 on the Weston/Lincoln town line. Use “Twin Pond Lincoln Conservation Land” in Google Maps.
October 4th at Pine Hill/Flint’s Pond: Meet along Sandy Pond Road at the Trailhead to the Flint Pond Trails/”Black Gum Trail” on Google Maps.
November 1st at Mt. Misery Overflow Lot: Meet at the dirt parking lot along Rte 117 just east of the Sudbury River. We will meet at this overflow lot because the main lot tends to be full on Tuesday afternoons. Use “Lincoln Canoe Landing parking lot” in Google Maps.
December 6th at Hartwell Tavern/Battle Road Trail: Meet at the Hartwell Tavern Parking Lot. Use “112 N Great Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773” in Google Maps.