People passionate about nature

Grey Hares Trips

 

Who are the Grey Hares?

Grey Hares is a group within Nature Manitoba of retired and partly retired people who enjoy nature, new experiences, making friends, being physically active, doing meaningful things, and sharing time with like-minded people.

There is an activity every Wednesday during the day, organized by members of the group. 

All participants in Grey Hares activities must be fully immunized against COVID-19.  Grey Hares COVID-19 Protocols can be found here.

We cross country ski, snowshoe, skate, and walk in the winter, and we hike, bike, paddle, and camp in the summer. We also have many different educational and cultural activities, including tours at places of interest.

We carpool (masked) to destinations and share expenses. Most activities are free, and some include lunch. Our pace of activity tends to be at the lower end of speed, but we often organize into smaller groups of similar ability. Nobody gets left behind. An activity’s difficulty is rated using Nature Manitoba’s Trip Rating Guidelines.

We are always looking for new places to go, events to attend, experiences to share … and new members. Our lifetime membership fee is only $5, but Grey Hares members must also be current members of Nature Manitoba. We welcome people to try us out before becoming a member, so please consider coming out to one of our activities.

For further information, or to join Grey Hares, please contact us at greyhares@naturemanitoba.ca

 

Past Trips

Grey Hares Outings

Paddle Cooks Creek

June 1, 2022
Grey Hares / NOVICE

May 17 update: 10 boats are registered, plus there are  2 bow paddlers looking for stern paddlers with canoes. Otherwise, this activity is full.

Contact / Registration: 

Kathy Holt and John Schulz (register at kthyholt@gmail.com).   Nature Manitoba's COVID-19 protocols (effective 2022-Mar-01): Here.

Brokenhead Wetland Ecological Reserve

June 22, 2022
Grey Hares / NOVICE

Take a stroll (because there will be interpretation and discussion about what is growing) down this 1.3 km (one-way) boardwalk through this ecologically protected biosphere that is under imminent threat due to the rural municipality and provincial government planning to allow a new quarry development (which the Gull Lake residents and others are livid about and have tried to take action against

Contact / Registration: 

Rose Kuzina (register at rosek1066@mymts.net starting on June 18).   Nature Manitoba's COVID-19 protocols (effective 2022-Mar-01): Here.