A growing body of research is casting light on how spending time outdoors, and specifically in natural open spaces and forests, reduces stress and makes us healthier. We invite you to experience these benefits on SJPT-protected land during a forest-immersion walk. Our guide is Aaron Thayne, who has completed the guide-certification program of the Association of Nature & Forest Therapy. Aaron will help us deepen our connection with nature by slowing down and engaging all of our senses while exploring the ridgetop trails of Mount Grant Preserve.
Please note: This is more of a meditative walk than a hike, per se. Distance covered will be about a mile on easy trails.
Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019 Time: 11:30am–3:30pm Fee: $40 includes round-trip van transportation from the Friday Harbor ferry landing to the summit of Mount Grant Preserve. Please bring your own lunch and water.