Green River Cove Spring Hike
*** Alert: If the parking area for the Green River Cove Trail is crowded, it may be difficult or impossible to hike this trail while practicing safe social distancing. Please consider returning to do the hike at another, less busy time. And before you do any hike, brush up on our our COVID-19 trail etiquette guide.***
This hike is a replica of our annual Signs of Spring hike, where we highlight the first wildflowers of the year which bloom earlier in this low elevation area. In March and April, expect to find bloodroot, trilliums and other flowers in abundance! While you’re on the trail, please remember to practice good COVID-19 trail etiquette so we can enjoy our natural spaces in a way that is safe for ourselves and others.
You can download a map of the trail and a guide to what we saw along the way by clicking on the buttons to the right. We recommend opening the map in Avenza, a free app that allows you to store maps on your phone. You can find details about how to use Avenza here. If apps aren’t for you, you can also just save the map to your phone or print it out ahead of time.
If you take a look at the map, you’ll notice it has labeled points. Those points correspond to the Green River Cove Spring Guide, which you can also download or print before you go. It includes descriptions and images of what caught our eyes as we hiked.
Before going out on the trail, please review our COVID-19 Trail Etiquette Guide.
If you’re a pro-scriber to AllTrails, you can open the map in your AllTrails app. Make sure to download the map before you go so you can still access it from the trail.
If you’re a pro-suscriber to AllTrails, you can download the AllTrails map below. Make sure you save the map to your phone before you go!
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