Posted by: Reena Ramos

  • 02/11/2017

Photo Album: Winter Creek Stomp

Ahoy! We’re all back on dry land now, but on Saturday, February 11, 2017, more than 70 Creek Stompers had a wet and wild adventure at Hathaway Preserve at Ross Run!

More than a few folks stayed high and (fairly) dry on the muddy preserve trail, 75 feet above the creek and gorge. In all, more than 70 participants shared the incredible experience exploring Hathaway Preserve at Ross Run. Thank you!

Didn’t make it? You can take a little break to enjoy the view from here, with our live video capturing part of the journey. Remember, the creek is off-limits to hikers until the next Creek Stomp event, 2 pm, Saturday, August 5. You can still enjoy the view from over the creek. Happy trails!

See photos from our first Winter Creek Stomp in 2015.

2 Comments

Joe Kretschmer - January 26, 2018 - 7:06 pm

Thank you for all your work at these incredible sites. I have enjoyed maybe five of them and it is just great to get out and explore them. Keep up the good work.

Lettie Haver, ACRES Outreach - January 26, 2018 - 7:33 pm

Thanks for the note of gratitude, Joe! So glad you enjoy the preserve trails. ACRES members make this work possible. Protecting these places forever requires your participation. Supporting ACRES with a donation or by becoming a member helps protect more land - and makes you feel awesome about playing your part. Many thanks - and happy trails!

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