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Barefoot hike with Barefoot Hikers of Minnesota at Lake Elmo Park Reserve on Sunday, October 8 at 1pm.

Johan Potgieter added 27 photos and 3 videos to the album: Sept '17 Barefoot Hike — with Lyle Lange.

Perfect weather to recharge your batteries in nature. I joined the Minnesota Barefoot Hikers in Frontenac State Park. Everything was near perfect.

We had a nice hike today - half dry and half in the rain! Sheer unadulterated fun! Videos in following postings.

Next barefoot hike is tomorrow.

Friendly Reminder: The next barefoot hike is this Saturday

Next hike...
DATE: Saturday, July 8, 2017
TIME: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Tamarack Nature Center, 5287 Otter Lake Rd, White Bear Lake, MN 55110
DISTANCE: Between 3.5 and 4.0 miles...
TERRAIN: Moderate hills and slopes; nothing too steep
SURFACES: Mowed grass, packed earth, a few stretches of wood chips, plastic boardwalk
COVER: A mix of open prairie and towering tree canopy
OTHER INFORMATION:
- Meet at the Nature Center building - restrooms and drinking water available
- No parking or entrance fees
- Dogs not allowed on trails - strictly enforced
- Insect repellent might be warranted - mosquito season has arrived
- Feel free to bring backup footwear - wood chips can sometimes feel rough, and the boardwalk can get very hot at times
- See the "Hikes" page of our website for links to park information.
If you plan to participate in the hike, please reply to this message so that we know you are attending and can look for you before we hit the trails.
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Barefoot Hikers of Minnesota
"Soles in touch with nature"

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Barefoot Hikers of Minnesota Event

DATE: Sunday, June 11, 2017
TIME: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Tamarack Nature Center, 5287 Otter Lake Rd, White Bear Lake, MN 55110

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DISTANCE: Between 3.5 and 4.0 miles
TERRAIN: Moderate hills and slopes; nothing too steep
SURFACES: Mowed grass, packed earth, a few stretches of wood chips, plastic boardwalk
COVER: A mix of open prairie and towering tree canopy

OTHER INFORMATION:
- Meet at the Nature Center building - restrooms and drinking water available
- No parking or entrance fees
- Dogs not allowed on trails - strictly enforced
- Insect repellent might be warranted - mosquito season has arrived
- Feel free to bring backup footwear - wood chips can sometimes feel rough, and the boardwalk can get very hot at times
- See the "Hikes" page of our website for links to park information and driving directions
- Contact on day of hike: Jim Guttmann, 952~412~2077

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Come and Have fun!!!!
BAREFOOT HIKERS OF MINNESOTA!
DATE: Sunday, June 11, 2017
TIME: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Tamarack Nature Center, 5287 Otter Lake Rd, W...hite Bear Lake, MN 55110

DISTANCE: Between 3.5 and 4.0 miles
TERRAIN: Moderate hills and slopes; nothing too steep
SURFACES: Mowed grass, packed earth, a few stretches of wood chips, plastic boardwalk
COVER: A mix of open prairie and towering tree canopy

OTHER INFORMATION:
- Meet at the Nature Center building - restrooms and drinking water available
- No parking or entrance fees
- Dogs not allowed on trails - strictly enforced
- Insect repellent might be warranted - mosquito season has arrived
- Feel free to bring backup footwear - wood chips can sometimes feel rough, and the boardwalk can get very hot at times
- See the "Hikes" page of our website for links to park information and driving directions
- Contact on day of hike: Jim Guttmann, 952~412~2077

If you plan to participate in the hike, please reply to this message so that we know you are attending and can look for you before we hit the trails.

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Barefoot Hikers of Minnesota
"Soles in touch with nature"

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Lebanon Hills Mountain Bike Trail

Alert! Several trees at Leb have had a row of bark stripped, including some cherry trees which will likely die. This is NOT an invasive removal operation nor ap...proved. If you have any information or see this happening, please send us a message or contact Dakota County Parks Department at 952-891-7000. Thanks

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Hans-Jörg Himmeröder hikes barefooted whatever the weather, and is keen to take guests to his favorite forest. They hike in the Ruhr valley without shoes or socks.
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Countdown to warmer months and our first hike!

Tomorrow, in the Twin Cities, come and join us for a Hike!
DATE: Sunday, October 9, 2016
TIME: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Spring Lake Park Reserve, 8395 127th St E, Hastings MN
DISTANCE: Approximately 3.0 miles...
TERRAIN: Bluff-top trails, mostly level with a few moderate slopes
SURFACES: Mowed green grass, packed earth, fallen leaves, loose twigs, exposed rocks
COVER: Mostly wooded with a couple stretches of open prairie
OTHER INFORMATION:
- Meet at the Gathering Center on Schaar's Bluff - restrooms and drinking water available
- No parking or entrance fees
- Leashed pets are welcome; please put pet waste in the garbage
- See the "Hikes" page of our website for links to park information and driving directions
- Contact on day of hike: Jim Guttmann, 952~412~2077
If you plan to participate in the hike, please call Jim before 1.00pm so that we know you are attending and can look for you before we hit the trails.

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Twin Cities BAREFOOT HIKE!!!!!
I dare you to come and have fun with us!
And you can bring back-up shoes - no problem!
BUT, you MUST bring mosquito repellent and a relaxed attitude!
DATE: Saturday, September 10, 2016...
TIME: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Ritter Farm Park, 19300 Ritter Tr, Lakeville MN
DISTANCE: Approximately 3.0 miles
TERRAIN: Gentle to moderate hills, with a couple of short but steep sections
SURFACES: Mowed green grass, packed earth, loose twigs, exposed rocks
COVER: Some woods, some open prairie, some tree-lined boundary between the two
OTHER INFORMATION:
- Meet at the parking lot trailhead - portable toilet provided, but no drinking water available
- No parking or entrance fees
- Insect repellent highly suggested to ward off mosquitoes and flies
- Leashed dogs allowed; clean up required
- See the "Hikes" page of our website for links to park information and driving directions
- Contact on day of hike: Jim Guttmann, 952~412~2077

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