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Monday, March 6 - Monday, March 27

Hike With a Naturalist
Time: Mondays in March from 11am to 12pm
Cost: Included with Park admission.

Spend an hour hiking one of the Parks’ six trails with a naturalist. Watch the transformation from winter to spring on this educational excursion. You may even learn some of the Parks’ history as well. Meet in front of Cliff Dwellers Gifts.

Saturday, March 11

Mindfulness Hike
Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Cost: Includes Park admission: $35 Adult, $25 Annual Passholder. Advance registration required.
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Prioritize peace as the seasons begin to change. As the natural world awakens and life becomes busy again, de-stress on this meditative hike focused on reconnecting with nature and yourself.

 

Saturday, March 18

Llamapalooza for Annual Passholders
Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost: $10 per Adult Annual Passholder; $5 per Rockin’ Discovery passholder. Advance Registration Required. Passholders will be asked to show their annual passes at the Ticket Plaza when they arrive.
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What do llamas say after yoga class? “Llamaste.” What do you call a llama who reads a lot? “Wool-versed.”

Imagine hiking with one of these wooly, camel-like companions. At Llamapalooza, you’ll have a chance to escort llamas on a hike along the Parks’ half-mile Great Woodland Adventure loop trail. During your excursion, you will learn more about the llamas and pose with them for fun photo ops. This event is exclusively for annual passholders.

Saturday, March 25

Naturalist Niche: Spring Birding Walk
Time: 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Cost: Includes Park admission: $25 Adult, $8 Adult Annual Passholder, $15 Youth, $6 Youth Rockin’ Discovery Passholder. Advance Registration Required.
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As spring migratory species make their return journey from their sunny winter hideaways, see how many you can spot from our location on the NC Birding Trail. Bring your binoculars to get a better look at numerous species traveling north through the Park.  Just how many will you add to your list?

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