Be Community. Warm your heart and bring your tribe. Come ready to meet new friends and deepen friendship with those you’ve known a long time. Winter hiking keeps you connected to the simple things in life: health and vigor; home and tribe.
Be Resilient. A winter’s day hike encourages health and resilience. Nourish your body and soul with some fresh-air time outdoors, even during the cold wintery days of the year.
Be BLISSFUL Schedule:
Saturday, February 23, 2019, Hartman Creek Segment, Hartman Creek State Park*, Portage & Waupaca Counties
10:15 a.m. Board bus to the start of the hike (Edminster Road) for a 2-mile hike back to the shelter. There will also be the option to hike an easy 1-mile loop on the Deer Path Trail around Allen Lake (not Ice Age Trail) for those wanting a less rigorous option and more time hanging at the warming shelter talking with friends.
11:30 a.m. Arrive back to the warming shelter at Hartman Lake. Warm up by the fire inside the shelter or circle up around the bonfire outdoors. We’ll also have warm soup and drink.
1:00 p.m. Depart.
Snowshoes provided for anyone who needs a pair. The hike will happen with or without sufficient snow for snowshoeing.
Dress for the weather. Coats, hats, gloves, hiking boots, hiking poles, water bottle, etc.
Limit: 100 women
Age: Women ages 10 and above.
Investment: $10.00 non-refundable fee per individual
*Wisconsin State Park vehicle pass is needed to enter the park. Passes will be available onsite for purchase if needed. Contact the Ice Age Trail Alliance if you have concerns about purchasing a pass.
We love our 4-legged furry friends but dogs are not allowed at Trailtessa Retreats.
We APPRECIATE the support of our GENEROUS sponsor for this Be BLISSFUL event – Thank You!