Elysian Hills Walk

Wednesday,  August 15, 2018, 6-7:30 p.m  (Rain date: August 16), Elysian Hills, 223 Knapp Road, Dummerston

Bill Schmidt will lead a walk to Elysian Hills Stone Trees and circular stone cemetery, and a site along the main woods trail where the April wind storm uprooted and broke almost a dozen pine, hemlock and black birch trees. Time permitting,  the tour will continue along the entrance section to East Knapp Rd. where there are 33 different trees in the quarter mile between the house and mailbox. This is an easy walk.

Information:   802-258-0431

Directions: Coming from I-91 south, take Exit 3, go 3/4 around the round-a-bout and north on Route 5 about a mile. Take Middle Road on left about 1 1/2 miles to Tucker Reed Road on right. Go up Tucker Reed Road 1/2 mile to top of the hill and see our sign on left.

Coming from I-91 north, take Exit 4. Turn south on Route 5. Go 4 miles to East-West Road across from KOA Campground on right. Go one mile on East-West Road to Tucker Reed Road on left. Go up Tucker Reed Road 1/2 mile to top of hill and see our sign on right.

Coming from the west Route 30. Cross through Dummerston Covered Bridge and travel up East-West Road to Dummerston Center about 4 miles. Turn right on Middle Road and travel about 3 miles to Tucker Reed Road on left.  Go up Tucker Reed Road 1/2 mile to top of the hill and see our sign on left.

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