Don't Die in the Wilderness: A Fall Beginner Hike

Event Category

Fitness & Wellness

Event Overview

I can't hike, I am not the people in the REI commercials. I have bad knees. I don't want to be a burden. I'm a slow hiker, I don't want to slow the group down. I'd like to go, but am uncomfortable going alone and don't know how. Does this sound like you? Come one this hike right now! 

Kenosha Pass is one of the BEST places to go hiking to see the fall colors or Aspen jazz hands as I like to all them. This easy hike is specially designed just for you! Join people who have the same interests and concerns as you. So throw caution to the wind and let me help you enjoy one of my FAVORITE things about fall. 

Lunch and trekking poles are provided. I will also teach you how to be efficient when you are hiking and how to respect the wilderness so you DON"T DIE! Trust me, you won't want to miss this! If you are over 18, you have to come!

What to Bring

At least a liter of water, Hiking boots (tennis shoes are okay if you don't have hiking shoes but NO SANDALS! A warm layer or two depending on how you deal with weather (check the weather to be prepared), Rain Coat, Snacks you'd like as lunch is provided.

Minimum age

All ages welcome

What's Provided

Lunch and Trekking Poles

What You Can Expect From This Experience
  • Beginner's Hike
  • Fall Colors
  • Beginner Hiking Skills
  • Meet New Friends
Cancellation Policy

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Michelle Rue is a National Outdoor Leadership Graduate with a Leave No Trace Masters and is trained as a Wilderness First Responder. She LOVES helping people get outside and enjoy what the wilderness can show you. Knowledge is empowering! With over 10 years of guiding expertise, you are sure to always broaden your horizons with Michelle as your guide. What could you learn on your next hike? You can do it!

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