Walk the new trails along the creeks and river at Nature At The Confluence to see the unique landscape changes of fall!
- In this guided hike you’ll learn about the unique history, industrial legacy and natural areas of this land as we walk along the trails.
- This land was home to the largest Ho-Chunk village before 1832 and you’ll hear about the people that lived here.
- We’ll hike along the new 1 mile Rock River Birding and Hiking Trail, and you’ll learn more about the Rock River Trail.
- Wear sturdy shoes and dress appropriately for an under 2 mile hike.
Your hosts for this guided walk are Therese Oldenburg, Executive Director, Nature At The Confluence and Julie Uram, 815 Outside.