Monthly Trail Walk to Explore Clark and Little Meadow Conservation Areas on December 2

Participants in the November trail walk visited Two Brothers Rocks – Courtesy image (c) 2017 – Click to view larger image

Submitted by the Bedford Trails Committee

The public is invited to join Ralph Hammond of the Bedford Trails Committee for a free, guided Trail Walk on Saturday morning, December 2, to explore the Clark and Little Meadow conservation areas.

This will be a short walk-about a mile and a half–with a long history of West Bedford farming, the West Bedford water system, and even a West Bedford ghost story. “We’ll reflect on the deer population, astronomy, and on the Clark Road and Rand Place camps,” said Hammond who grew up on the Clark Conservation land. The walk will last about 1½ hours.

Alternate parking map for the December trail walk – Courtesy image (c) 2017 all rights reserved – Click to view larger image

The group meets at 9:45 AM at the parking lot behind the Bedford Free Public Library to travel to the walk site.  Alternatively, walkers can meet at the intersection of Notre Dame Rd. and Glenridge Dr. (see map), where the walk will begin at 10:10 am sharp.

The walk is basically a stroll, with relatively flat terrain. Please wear comfortable, closed toe, walking shoes.  Children and dogs are welcome. We will walk rain, snow, or shine.  In any case, it may be wet in places, and it may be snowy or icy, so dress appropriately.

Please check the Bedford Trails Google Groups page for information on current and future hikes: If you already have a Google account, click “Join Group to Post.” If you don’t have a Google account, please send an email to and you’ll be added to the Group.

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