OLD LYME — One of Old Lyme’s most treasured assets is the numerous hiking trails in town stewarded by various non-profit groups. The Old Lyme Land Trust (OLLT) manages 1,100 acres of land, which include 800 acres of hiking trails.
Come learn about these OLLT trails at an event being held in-person tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library in Old Lyme.
This is the first of four workshops co-sponsored by the library and the OLLT. It will take the form of a casual conversation in the Library Community Room. All are welcome and there is no charge for admission. The discussion will touch on the numerous trails, their unique features and degree of difficulty, and what you can expect to see and experience when exploring them.
The OLLT hikes include ones variously categorized as easy, moderate, or challenging. There are hikes with water views, and others that take you into the deep woods.
Volunteers from OLLT will highlight which trails connect to Old Lyme Open Space properties and also provide attendees with a town-wide trail map.
Registration is appreciated at OldLymeLibrary.org for planning purposes, but drop-ins are always welcome.
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