Glacial Features Walk, Sudbury

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Trip dates: Saturday, November 16, 2019 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM

9:30am-12:00pm. Registration Required via email; call only if you have questions. Limit 12 participants. Join glaciologist/geophysicist Bruce Porter for a walk through Gray Reservation/Haynes Meadow Reservation/Water District protection zone to explore the many features formed by the glacier that blanketed New England 10,000 yrs. ago. Kettles pit the plane and kame terraces rise abruptly to create beautiful vistas of the wetlands below. Be able to identify eskers, erratics, kames, and more on your next hike. Flat with one steep 50 foot section. Bring water. Severe weather postpones to rain date the following day (Sun, Nov 17). Directions: Meet at the Curtis Middle School, 22 Pratts Mill Road, Sudbury. (lat/long is 42.380893, -71.432735) The parking lot is to the right of the school and behind it, just beyond the basketball courts. Questions: Contact Bruce Porter. L Bruce Porter.


Meet at the Curtis Middle School, (-71.43282, 42.381020) 22 Pratts Mill Road, Sudbury. From Sudbury Center, at the intersection of Hudson Rd./Route 27 and Concord Road, head West on Hudson Road/Rte. 27 for 2/10 mile. Turn left onto Peakham Rd. (horse farm

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Massachusetts, Boston Area
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Adults (18+)


Registration required: 
Bruce Porter


Creation date: 
2019-09-09 18:17:49.0
Last updated: 
2019-10-12 02:02:30.737