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Virtual Guided Hike: Winter Edition

Date & Time:

December 21 to March 20 (self-guided)

Location:

Arboretum (16 Old Guelph Road)

Types:

Courses and Programs, Outdoor Adventure

Length:

At Your Leisure

Admission:

Pre-Registration Required

Event Description

One of RBG’s Courses & Workshops

Get out and explore the Anishinaabe Waadiziwin Trail starting at RBG’s Arboretum on this self-guided, virtual nature hike. Join RBG Interpreters from your device to learn about the many natural wonders of Cootes Paradise Sanctuary.

PLEASE NOTE: Links to these videos and resources will be sent to you upon registration to watch on RBG’s Private YouTube using your own mobile device. A data plan and fully charged mobile device are necessary to watch these videos.

Fee: $10 each + Service Fee (Members 10% off*)
Registration closes March 15

justin chen standing by a tree in the arboretum

After completing his Bachelor of Education, Justin joined RBG’s school program team to share his passion for the environment and the outdoors. Over his past three years at RBG, Justin has had the pleasure of creating and leading programs for all ages, connecting people with the world around them. Recently, his favourite pastime has been sharing the outdoors with his new pup Doug.

Register for Into the Wild Programs

Pre-registration required for all Courses and Workshops. Click the button below to continue to Eventbrite, and to browse / register for any “Into the Wild” program at RBG. View all upcoming courses and workshops from all categories at rbg.ca/publicprograms.

*RBG Members receive 10% off most RBG Experiences programming when using the member discount code. Learn more about where to find the code.

**Pre-Registration is required for all RBG Courses & Workshops, ideally by the date provided to allow the program organizers to best prepare. If the indicated “register by” date has passed, you may still be able to register for the program, provided there is space still available.

More Courses & Workshops

RBG offers courses and workshops for families, kids and adults in the areas of gardening, nature, botanical arts and wellness. Visit rbg.ca/publicprograms to see this season’s full offering.