This page will be updated as we build our events program. We’ll try to include not only our own events but those of other stakeholders where the focus is the BMBCL. Events will also continue to be listed on our Facebook page and via direct invitation.
PLEASE NOTE: Some events may be limited to “members only”—another good reason to join the Friends of Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes Society!
Click on each tab/section below to find details about specific events.
Friends of BMBCL offers guided hikes for those who might want to explore the woods but who would feel more comfortable in a group with others leading the way. If you want to join in, check out the Guided Hikes Calendar below:
The role of a Trail Steward will be to monitor activity of other hikers on the trails within the park. Trail Stewards will be expected to engage hikers, where appropriate, and in a non-confrontational way, look for opportunities to educate hikers on appropriate trail use. Trail Stewards are expected to help maintain the trails by picking up garbage and may be asked to assist in rehabilitating trail damage caused by overuse.
This training is being provided through the Bluff Wilderness Trail Association. In return, the association asks that any time you hike through one of their trails you submit an incident report to them, if required. Incident reporting will be discussed at the training sessions.
By applying to participate in the Trail Stewardship training sessions you are committing to assisting with the Stewardship Program for the Blue Mountain – Birch Cove Lakes Regional Wilderness Park.
Saturday, May 7, 2022 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: May 4, 2022
Click here to sign up and/or receive more details.