What’s a Walking Moai? It’s a group of people who on a weekly basis to walk together. It’s an active timeout with friends and neighbors and a great way to recharge your batteries.
On June 20th, Foundation for Sustainable Forests’ Annie Maloney is will join the Northwest Pennsylvania Trail Association as a guide. During the walk, we will practice tree identification and talk about the ecology of some of the species we will find along the Corry Junction Greenways Trail.
Here is some logistical Information about the June 20th event, and general information about the NW PA Trail Association’s 2023 Walking Moai’s series:
All walks meet at the trailhead parking lot at 4:00 p.m. The lot is located on Route 426 between the cemetery and Corry Concrete. Please be ready to begin walking at 4:15 pm. We’ll plan to walk for at least 30 minutes. All fitness levels are welcome!
Mark your calendar now for the entire 10-week series:
Launch: Tuesday, April 25th
2nd Walk: Tuesday, May 2nd
3rd Walk: Tuesday, May 9th
4th Walk: Tuesday, May 16th
5th Walk: Tuesday, May 23rd
6th Walk: Tuesday, May 30th
7th Walk: Tuesday, June 6th
8th Walk: Tuesday, June 13th
9th Walk: Tuesday, June 20th
10th Walk: Tuesday, June 27th
Visit the Northwest Pennsylvania Trail Association Facebook page for more information and updates.