Intro to Hiking Webinar

Taking place on May 28 at 7 pm, Hike Nova Scotia’s Intro to Hiking webinar is geared for new and novice hikers, as well as experienced hikers looking for a refresher. This one-and-a-half hour “taster” session covers how to prepare for a hike and hiking best practices. It includes:
  • Information you need before you leave
  • What to bring and wear
  • Self-care
  • Hiking etiquette
  • A half-hour question and answer session through chat
The presenter is Janet Barlow, Hike NS’s Executive Director and life-long hiker. The webinar is supported by the NS Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.

Registration is required by May 27. It is free for Hike NS paid members and $20 for non-members (who then receive a free one-year individual membership). There is a liimited number of spots available. 

Note: We recommend participating in the webinar electronically through your computer or device (please check in advance to make sure you have the Zoom app and your speakers are working). If you experience audio or video issues, you can call-in in addition to or instead of electronically. Please note that, if you call-in, long distance charges will apply according to whatever arrangement you have with your telecommunications provider. 

Register here

After registration you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the webinar. If you do not receive an email, please check your spam filter. If it is not there, contact Hike NS.

Please do not share the webinar link as it is unique to your registration. There is a limited number of spots available in the webinar reserved for those who are registered.

Help Promote the Webinar
Please help promote the Intro to Hiking webinar by using this Promotional Pieces document, which includes write-ups you can copy and paste for use in social media and other online media. There are also these graphics you can download for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Thanks!

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