Trip Report: Cobbs Hill Park

Date: January 7, 2024
Location: Cobbs Hill Park

Thirteen hearty hikers descended onto the snow-covered landscape of Cobbs Hill Park. After the initial ascent to the reservoir, we entered into the expansive, urban-forest known as Washington Grove. We caught our breaths while admiring the expressive graffiti artwork covering the two abandoned water tanks.

The group continued the hike while winding among the variety of freshly-coated trees and bushes. Our trek was accompanied by good conversations and great vibes. After about 3 miles, we arrived back at the parking lot and enjoyed a warm cup of hot chocolate and some goodbyes.

Thanks to everyone who attended. Hope to see you on the trails again soon!

Embrace the Chill: A Guide to Winter Car Camping

Winter Car Camping

Winter is not a time to hibernate; it’s a time to embrace the chill and embark on an adventure. For the explorer in you, winter car camping offers an opportunity to experience the wilderness in a way few people ever do. Whether you’re a backcountry skier, snowshoer, or simply someone who loves the tranquility of a snow-covered landscape, car camping in winter is an experience worth trying. Here’s your comprehensive guide to making the most of this unique adventure.

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