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Tyke Hike – Scuppernong Segment – Waukesha/Milwaukee Co. Chapter
August 3 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us on a family-friendly hike to explore Wisconsin’s own Ice Age National Scenic Trail! We will explore a tyke-sized portion of Waukesha County’s Scuppernong Segment. Families with children of all ages are encouraged to attend!
Tyke Hikes are short, slow-paced hikes. Specifically, they can cover up to 1.5 miles over the course of 1-2 hours. Kids explore, discover and participate in natural play on these hikes. In addition, service opportunities may be included. Peter Dargatz leads the Tyke Hike. He is a forest kindergarten teacher as well as an Ice Age Trail volunteer. He often includes a picture book story, educational materials and certificates for children.
Tyke Hike Details:
This hike will start out at the beginning of the Scuppernong Segment trailhead at the parking lot on Hwy 67. We will hike for approximately 45 minutes and then return. There will be occasional stops for play and exploration. Hikers should dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes/hiking boots. Bring water.
The yellow Tyke Hike Signs will guide you to the meeting point at the Scuppernong Segment’s Hwy 67 parking lot.
Questions? Peter will be happy to answer them.
Please come “get lost in the right direction with us”!