Be Great. “Everyone has inside her a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know how great you can be!” ~Anne Frank. Discover a new level of greatness within yourself!
Be Kind. Relate to yourself, and Mother Earth, with respect and kindness as you stay focused on your goal.
Resiliency is located deep in your soul. It helps if your hiking boots fit and you take care of yourself with plenty of water and snacks.
Be Resilient Event Details:
Saturday, May 18, 2019, Whitewater Lake Segment and Blackhawk Segment, Kettle Moraine State Forest Southern Unit*, Walworth County
9:00 a.m.: Meet at Ole Oleson Historic Log Cabin, Duffin Road, north of U.S. Highway 12 (see Atlas map below). Follow the yellow “Ice Age Trail Event” signs for exact parking location.
9:15 a.m.: Board bus and be driven to the start of the hike, the Whitewater Lake Campground.
9:30 a.m.: Begin 10-mile hike (or run). Please bring water bottle or camel-back and a small day-pack with snacks and other supplies you might need, like sun screen, mosquito repellent, rain gear, etc.
There will be between 2 and 3 aide stations along the way to refill water and refuel with snacks. If you have food allergies, please plan accordingly for your own needs.
2:30 p.m.: Early arrivals back at the Ole Oleson Historic Log Cabin can begin celebrations with post-hike snacks and beverages.
4:00 p.m.: Depart
Age: For women ages 15 and above.
Limit: 50 women
Investment: $10.00 per individual, non-refundable
We love our 4-legged furry friends but dogs are not allowed at Trailtessa Retreats.
*Wisconsin State Park vehicle pass is needed to park at Oleson Cabin. Contact the Ice Age Trail Alliance if you have concerns about purchasing a pass.
Registration will close Monday, May 13. If the event becomes FULL, registration will close upon reaching capacity. A confirmation email with final details will be sent to all registered attendees on Tuesday, May 14.
We appreciate our GENEROUS sponsor for this event: