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Posted August 22, 2011

AVATAR GROVE HIKE - Thursday, Aug. 25th

Ancient Forest Alliance, August 22, 2011

AVATAR GROVE HIKE - Thursday, Aug. 25th
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A hiker checks his camera after photographing one of the large cedars in the Lower Avatar Grove.
Photo by TJ Watt

Date: Thursday, Aug 25th

Time: 12:00-3:00pm

Location: Meet AFA's TJ Watt at the Coastal Kitchen Cafe in Port Renfrew.***NOTE - Please park along the side street opposite the Cafe to save the limited parking spaces for customers*** 

Cost: By Donation

PLEASE READ THE IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW

***Only those comfortable with hiking on rugged terrain with fallen
logs, tree roots, and no official trail, and with a firm sense of
balance, can come on the hike. All participants will be required to
sign a waiver form.

***Participants must also bring their own lunch & snacks, water, rain
gear, warm clothing, hiking boots and wonderful attitude!

***No dogs. They can disturb wildlife including bears, elk, deer,
cougars, wolves, raccoons, and Sasquatch in the area.

***Be sure to support the local community by buying food and other
items in the Tourist Info Centre, Coastal Kitchen Cafe, Real Goods Market, Port Renfrew General Store, and Clint’s Catering Food Stand (by the General Store).

Directions and a Google map to the Avatar Grove from Port Renfrew can
be found at: http://www.ancientforestalliance.org/directions-avatar-grove.php  

Please let us know if you’re coming and how many people you’ll be bringing,
so we can get a sense of our numbers. You can email us at info@ancientforestalliance.org  


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