Map to July Hitch Hike

July Hitch Hike

July 18, 7:00PM
Hitchcock Nature Center

Join us Tuesday, July 18th at 7:00 p.m. for the third hike of the 2017 Hitch Hike series. Hike out Fox Run Ridge to take in the stunning views of the Missouri River valley, beautiful prairie & pasture land and catch a glimpse of our research plots.

The public is invited to attend all the hikes in this series. They are designed to introduce visitors to Hitchcock Nature Center as well as the Loess Hills. The series begins with a moderate level hike and will get progressively more challenging as we build up to a 2.5 mile difficult hike in September. Water bottles, bug spray & sunblock are all recommended and please dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear.

Well behaved dogs are welcome to accompany their owners but must be leashed at all times, you must pick up and remove their waste, & you may be asked to remain toward the tail end of the group if we have a large number of participants. This is an educational program, disruptive pets may be asked to leave the group.

Pre-registration is not required for this event. There is no fee for this event, free will donations will be accepted to support continued programming opportunities in Pottawattamie County. Participants must have a valid Pottawattamie County Park permit or purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass. Daily passes may be purchased with cash or check at the front entrance the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours.

2017 Hitch Hike Series:
May 16 - 7:00 p.m.
June 20 - 7:00 p.m.
July 18 - 7:00 p.m.
August 15 - 7:00 p.m.
September 19th - 6:00 p.m.

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation

More Information | Contact: Rene Stroud | Phone: (712) 545-3283 | Email: | Website

Back to Previous Page

©2017 Council Bluffs CVB | Privacy | Legal | Web Development by Brian McMillin, LLC
Weather Powered by Weather Underground