Exploring Indigenous Perspectives (Guided Walk) – All Ages

May 06, 2023, 1:30pm-3pm

Metchosin, Witty's Lagoon Regional Park

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Witty's Lagoon Regional Park (Metchosin)

Join CRD Regional Parks cultural programmer, Leslie McGarry, for a walk at Witty's Lagoon Regional Park and discover a human history spanning thousands of years. Learn about the cultural significance of plants, animals and the seasons and how First Peoples deeply respect, appreciate and celebrate gifts from forests, rivers, lakes and the sea.

Meeting place: Meet at the Teaching shelter, off the Lagoon Trail. Park at the main parking lot off Metchosin Road. Proceed down the main trail, turning left onto the Lagoon trail. Allow approximately 15 minutes walking time from parking lot.

Trail Description: 800m total distance. A steep wide gravel trail near the main parking lot, leading to a narrow trail with tree roots. The surface for the walk itself is a combination of gravel and compact clay-like soil. One bench on route. Accessible washrooms available near parking lot and Teaching Shelter. Not stroller friendly.

Please note: We like pets too. However, their presence can be disruptive for some folks. If you plan to attend one of our programs, please leave pets at home. Guide and service animals are, of course, welcome.

BC Transit #54 or #55

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