Adventure Hiking: Paws and Pathways

Explore So. Utah’s beauty with man’s best friend while learning something new. In this four-day class, participants will explore So. Utah’s ecosystems in three Saturday hikes covering desert, alpine and sagebrush landscapes around St. George, Cedar City, and Brian Head. Participants will learn valuable information about the landscapes, plants, animals, and ecosystems of So. Utah. All hikes will be on fairly level terrain but will experience some uneven track on these moderate-rated hikes. A max of 12 hikers and 12 obedient dogs on a leash are allowed, so register today. Hikers will also need sturdy hiking shoes, warm clothing, water, sunscreen, snacks, and their own transportation.

Class will start with an introductory class on March 28 and Saturday classes will follow on March 30, April 13 and 27.

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Spring 2019

3 Weeks / TH 6:00-7:00 pm, S 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Cost: $75
Start Date: March 28

Location: ED 102 (for first class)
Teacher:  Bill Branham

Instructor Bio
Instructor Bill Branham earned a Master’s of Forestry from the University of California-Berkeley and spent his career working for the United States Forest Service, and more recently as the Utah Prairie Dog Recovery Coordinator for SUU Regional Services.