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First Day Hike

Kick off the New Year and 2018 with an easy to moderate walk at Pinchot Park. Led by the park naturalist and Friends of Pinchot volunteers, we will walk approximately 1.5 miles in the Conewago Day Use area. Don’t miss this opportunity to keep those New Year resolutions to get more exercise and spend quality time outdoors! This is a free program, and pre-registration is not required, but highly encouraged. Meet the group at the main day use building in the Conewago Day Use area, off of Alpine Road, in time to begin promptly at 1:00 pm. Be sure to dress for the weather, with layers for comfort, warmth and to stay dry! Hot apple cider and snacks will be available after the hike. Bring your own water bottle and/or snacks as desired.

Monday, January 1 at 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Gifford Pinchot State Park
2200 Rosstown Rd., Lewisberry, PA 17339-9787

Bureau

State Parks

Categories

Get Outdoors PA, ExplorePAtrails

Outdoor Activities

Hiking and Walking

Region

South

Seasonal Events

First Day Hikes

Target Audience

Families

Exact Location

Conewago Day Use area, off of Alpine Road

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David M. Calaman

David M. Calaman posted a photo 1/7/2018

Map of the hike Map of the hike

David M. Calaman

David M. Calaman left a positive review 1/7/2018

Nice that we took a different trail this year. This is a great event and always nice people. Beth, the park naturalist always makes it interesting.

Gayle Frassenei

Gayle Frassenei left a positive review 1/1/2018

Thank you to our DCNR hosts for making it fun to be out in the cold!

Kate Glassford

Kate Glassford 12/31/2017

How do you register?

Jill

Jill left a positive review 1/1/2017

I had a nice time. Love Pinchot!

Kay Westerhold

Kay Westerhold left a positive review 1/2/2017

Great activity for the community to get out and enjoy the park and make a new tradition for the family to begin the new year. This year could not have had any better weather for a great turn out of 105 people! Thanks to DCNR.