The Copeland forest is one of the loveliest forests in southern Ontario. It is super in spring, fabulous in the fall. The forest is full or lush undergrowth, towering old pines, unusual wildflowers and ferns, and, of course, hectares of maples, oaks, beeches, birches and evergreens.
You may also catch a glimpse of the rare wild turkey. The trails are ideal for the beginning hiker, or one who hasn't been on the trail for a while and needs to limber up and get the old hiking legs in shape. It is also part of the 200 km Ganaraska Trail that winds from Port Hope on Lake Ontario to Glen Huron, near Georgian Bay.
Join us on Saturday May 18th. Seats will be filled on a first come first serve basis. To reserve a seat for this meetup, go to: http://torontoadventures.ca/event-registration/?ee=3793