Walkable Westchester Presentation

Monday, June 16, 2014 - 6:30pm
Who would guess that Westchester was such a great place to hike? Despite its proximity to Metropolitan New York City, the county has a wealth of hiking and walking opportunities. Join the authors, Jane and Walt Daniels as they take you on a tour of some of the 200 parks, which contain more than 600 miles of trails, including Angle Fly Preserve. While looking at great photographs, listen to stories and tales of some of the two dozen new places to visit. Learn who donated land and how parks got their names. Find out about the wide variety of walking opportunities along paved paths, woods roads, dirt roads, or narrow rocky trails in environments that include urban, suburban, along the shore, in woodlands and fields, or near lakes, streams, vernal pools, and wetlands. Hosted by Somers Library
Walkable Westchester
Leader/Presenter: 
Jane and Walt Daniels
Sponsor: 
Somers Library
Where: 
Somers Library