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April 17 @ 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm$35
Join us on Saturday April 17th for an afternoon at the KU Field Station Trails. We will explore 5 miles of trail through the 1800 acre Field Station which has been used for research by staff and students from KU for over 50 years. The area is beautiful and takes us through native prairie and an old growth Kansas forrest. The trail includes steep inclines/declines and a variety of native species. This area is gorgeous and the highest point affords us with a great view of the city of Lawrence, including KU’s campus.
YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER TO ATTEND
Detailed directions and suggestions will be emailed by Thursday 15th. This allows us to watch the weather and monitor conditions prior to final instructions.
When: Saturday April 17th, 2021
Check-in: 12:30 p.m. — specific location TBD.
What: Hike 5 miles
Club member: $25
What are you paying for?
Dirty Girl Adventures, LLC will provide a guide, support on the trail and docent information throughout the event. We will also monitor the weather and conditions to ensure that our event and participants are safe. Our knowledgeable and informed guide service includes a leading guide and a sweep guide during the hike. Trail support including first aid, knowledge of the environment and locale, safety monitoring, pacing, interpretive information on the environment and location.
In case you are wondering about our refund policy – refunds are given up to one week before the date of the event no questions asked. After that, refunds are not given unless there are exceptional circumstances, during this time, we consider any health concerns a valid reason for a refund. If you feel sick, or have any symptom possibly related to Covid-19 stay home, we’ll send you a refund. Dirty Girl Adventures may cancel an event due to weather or conditions. Everyone will receive a refund if that is the reason for the cancellation. We will paddle and hike in cool, rainy or snowy conditions. Cancellation only occurs in severe weather or other dangerous conditions.