Edible Plant Hiking Adventures

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Edible Plant Hikes

Due to Covid 19 and crowded trails, our current group size is 8. Small groups make for better learning! 

Please do not attend if you have been out of the country recently or if you have Flu-like symptoms. Thank you for your consideration.

Our edible plant hikes, introduce you to the native, edible foods, in Kananaskis. Each hike takes you to a different eco-system to build your plant knowledge of plant communities in Aspen, Pine and  Spruce forests and creek-side habitats.

On our edible plant hikes, you will learn:

  • To read the health of plant communities and know the best season to collect.
  • The relationship animals have to plants and the role of the plant in the eco-system
  • Recognize the plant’s habitat and where to find them
  • Safe identification of a handful of native edible plants
  • A variety of historic and current uses of these plants
  • How to be safe in the woods while foraging.
  • How to identify Toxic plants.

 

Your Certified Professional Guide brings deep wilderness awareness skills, wilderness first aid training and safe group management skills, as well as respectful, cultural practices.

July 11, Sun -  Dyson Falls, Sandy McNabb
July 18, Sun -  Powderface Ridge, Elbow Falls area                                                                        July 25, Sun - Etherington Creek, Highwood                                                                                  Aug.  8, Sun - Burstall Lakes, PLPP
Aug. 15, Sun - Black Prince, PLPP

Sept 12, Sun - Grass Pass, the Highwood                                                                                      Sept 25, Sat - Cox Hill, Elbow

All hikes are easy to moderate in length and distance, roughly 4 to 8 km.                          Time:  approx 9 am to 3:00 pm.

Price per person per hike: $95

Details Price Qty
Sept 25 Sat - Cox Hillshow details + $95.00 (CAD)  

We honor and acknowledge the teachings of the First Nations and Metis people that have shared with us. There is the Nakoda Sioux people, the Kainai, Pikani, and Siksika tribes of the Blackfoot, as well as the Interior Salish, who have historic trade routes here. We are grateful that this land is still intact and that this wisdom is still with the people. They have been generous in their sharing and none of us would know as much as we do, if they were not willing to share.

 

"Thank you for the excellent course. It was a great way to learn more about the mountain habitat.”

Jacqueline Louie

the Alpine Club of Canada

“Thanks, I really enjoyed my hike with full circle adventures.  I think your guiding style is cool, a little of this and that and even a song, a poem and impressions of wildlife!"

Eva

“Hiking with Julie has awakened my senses, she has taught me to listen to Wildlife, hear running water, and learn about the birds around us. That heightened awareness brings so much pleasure to hiking on the trail.”

“Powderface Ridge was a magical day!”

Andree Iffrig

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