The winter months provide a new opportunity to discover your Regional Parks. Dress for the conditions, bring along some anti-slip/traction devices, and join us on our ‘Wild Walks’.
Our park interpreter will share some secrets and point out the natural features of various Regional Parks. Turn an ordinary walk in the park into something extraordinary. Each outing lasts approximately 90 minutes, is suitable for all ages including families with young children, and ranges from an easy to moderate fitness level.
There’s no cost to take part but please pre-register for ‘Wild Walks’ on the following dates and locations:
Saturday, January 20 at 10 a.m. and Wednesday, January 24at 1 p.m. join us as we visit Kalamoir Regional Park in West Kelowna. We’ll set out from the Benedick Road cul-de-sac park access in the Casa Loma area of West Kelowna.
To save a spot for your family on these free ‘Wild Walks’ outings, please drop into the Environmental Education Centre for the Okanagan, email email@example.com, or phone (250) 469-6140.
These free events are held in conjunction with the Community Recreational Initiatives Society (CRIS) to provide barrier-free access to our regional parks. To request the services of CRIS volunteers, visit www.adaptiveadventures.ca.