The Wissahickon Valley is beautiful. How do we get the best photos of it? We will follow paths along the creek stopping for unusual photo opportunities. The beginning of April provides a wonderful variety of wildflowers and creates reflections in the water. Bridges provide beautiful structures to frame your pictures. Let’s see what we can discover with our cameras. Expect moderate hills and rocks on the trails. The tour should last around 1½-2 hours.
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Registration is required, and always recommended so that you can informed if there are changes. Unless otherwise noted, hikes use rocky, rugged trails that may be wet, slippery, or steep. Please wear sturdy, protective shoes or boots and bring water/snacks if you desire. Long pants are recommended for protection against occasional poison ivy and possible ticks. Children over the age of seven are welcome if accompanied by a responsible adult. Walks are cancelled in the event of heavy rain or ice.