Wolf Hollow Walking Tour
July 20 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO SEE WOLF HOLLOW
One of the most significant spots in the Capital Region for geology, flora, and history, Wolf Hollow at Hoffman’s Fault has been closed to the public for nearly a decade, except by special permission of the county. On Saturday, July 20, at 10:30 a.m., we will have permission to walk through the hollow and along the Chaughtanooda Kill, with specialists to explain the dramatic landscape and contrasting ecosystems, describe the hollow’s place in Native American history, and provide an update on efforts to open the hollow to the public year round.
The event is co-sponsored by ECOS and the Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy (MHLC), which has been working for years to make the hollow available to the public. As part of MHLC’s annual hike-a-thon, the event will be free to the public but registration is necessary. You can register starting in June at MHLC’s website, mohawkhudson.org/events.