Our programs are usually free and open to the public, unless stated otherwise. Many of our program sites are on private property or in remote locations, so please register in advance, if requested, and heed the dress or equipment requirements.
- Roaring Brook Falls Walk
Saturday, June 4th @ 10:00 a.m. – Vernon
The Windham Regional Woodlands Association (WRWA) will host a walk to the Roaring Brook Falls in Vernon, VT on June 4th (rain date June 11th) starting at 10 am from the Vernon Town Forest Parking lot off Basin Road. Led by Bob Spencer and State Forester Aaron Hurst, this moderate hike will explore the 2-1/2-mile path to the Falls, a stop for lunch there (bring your own) and then return 2 1/2 miles to the parking lot. Because of its remote location, these falls are seldom seen by the public. This WRWA event is open to the public as well as our members. It is anticipated that the walk will take a couple of hours each way. This is tick and insect season, so repellant is highly recommended.
Roaring Brook Falls is located in the Roaring Brook Wildlife Management Area and is part of the Vermont Forest and Parks system. More information on Roaring Brook WMA