Lula Lake Announces Private Guided Hike Experiences

Wednesday, June 16, 2021
- photo by Rock Creek Aviation

Lula Lake Land Trust announces new hiking experiences. On selected dates when the land trust is closed to the public, people may book a private guided hiking experience at the Core Preserve to receive an in-depth experience into the beauty and wonder of nature.

Expert LLLT Guides will lead the private hike on a scenic route that goes by Lula Lake, Lula Falls, and views from LLLT’s Bluff Trail. This private hiking experience will not only leave you with memories to last a lifetime but also an insight to LLLT’s history and efforts to protect and preserve natural wonders, said officials. 

“Our objective is to foster a better understanding towards our efforts of restoration and protection of our natural resources on all LLLT properties, along with providing a personal and impactful experience in that very same space we aim to protect,” said Gaston Farmer, LLLT Community Engagement coordinator. “Lula Lake Guides will aim to elevate your awareness of the necessity for protection of these lands surrounding our growing community, as well as instill a sense of stewardship towards all land and natural resources as a whole.”

The new Private Guided Hiking Experience requires a conservation fee of $250 and includes reservations for two participants with options to include up to six additional individuals. All proceeds further LLLT’s mission for conservation as well as support the Hemlock preservation fund and trail-building initiatives. Details and ticketing information available at www.LulaLake.org/Visit.
 



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