Join Medomak Valley Land Trust on Monday, Dec. 27 at 10 a.m. for a walk through MVLT’s Clarry Hill Preserve. The walk will take individuals through the fields and forests of Clarry Hill, and one will enjoy spectacular views of the watershed and beyond. Make sure to dress warmly, as the majority of the walk will be over exposed blueberry lands. This is a family event for all ages. We will go at a leisurely pace.

Clarry Hill forms the divide between the Medomak and St. George Rivers, and is one of the highest points in both watersheds. To get to the Clarry Hill Preserve from Route 235, turn left onto Clarry Hill Road. After a half mile, turn right to stay on Clarry Hill Road. After 0.8 miles, turn left onto Elmer Hart Road.

Follow the stone road to the trail head sign on the left. For additional directions, contact us at 832-5570, or