Wildflowers and Medicinal Plants of the Continental Divide. Join us for a fun and educational ramble through the forest, led by certified herbalist Lake McCullough, as we identify edible and medicinal native plants. Offered in partnership with the Weminuche Audubon Society. First Tour: 9:30-11:30am. Second Tour: 11:45-1:45pm.
Meet at the Continental Divide Trail parking lost at the top of Wolf Creek Pass. Take Highway 160 east from downtown Pagosa Springs. Parking is on the right side of the highway, at the Continental Divide Interpretive Sign. 2 miles round trip. Be prepared for rocky trails and unpredictable weather. Leave dogs at home.
Register at 970-398-0923.