Haiku Hike at Hickory Cove Nature Preserve
March 9 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Hosted in partnership with WLRH
(Moderate / about 2 hours / around 2 miles) Discover nature and poetry with the Land Trust and WLRH! Take a hike at the Land Trust’s newest nature preserve – Hickory Cove Nature Preserve in Huntsville. Along the way, let this beautiful forest mountainside provide creative inspiration. At the end of our hike, we’ll pause to craft a hike haiku with an opportunity to share your creation if you choose.
What’s a haiku? A Japanese poem with three lines and seventeen syllables (five in line one, seven in line two, and five in line three) traditionally evoking images of the natural world.
Take a Huntsville hike.
Let nature’s beauty inspire.
Write a fun poem!
Hike Leader: Naomi Flanagan
Location: Hickory Cove Nature Preserve – 1500 Trailhead Main St, Huntsville, AL 35811
Directions: Coming from Huntsville, head east on Highway 72. At the intersection of Highway 72 and Moores Mill Road, turn right into the Trailhead community. Then turn right onto Trailhead Main Street. The Trailhead Greenway parking lot is located straight ahead at the end of the street.
In the event this hike has to be canceled due to weather or trail conditions, we will send a notification to the email address you use to register.