Trek 4: A Divine Saunter

February 14, 2015 @ 10:00 am
Peace Palace Mission
1622 Spring Mill Road
Gladwyne, PA 19035
Peace Palace Mission
Trek 4: A Divine Saunter @ Peace Palace Mission | Gladwyne | Pennsylvania | United States

The winter tradition continues as the Lower Merion Conservancy partners with Bridlewild Trails Association, the Henry Foundation for Botanical Research, Peace Palace Mission, and Riverbend Environmental Education Center to present a series of free hikes for adults and children ages 8 & up. Enjoy the company of friends during a brisk walk through the treasured fields and forests of Lower Merion!

Please check or contact hike leaders for updates about inclement weather or trail conditions.

Trek 4: A Divine Saunter 

Mother Divine leads a peaceful stroll across the rolling hills surrounding Woodmont, the home of Peace Palace Mission, the 1892 mansion of steel magnate Alan Wood, Jr. The building is a certified National Landmark and member of the Conservancy’s Architectural Hall of Fame. Claimed as the highest spot in the county, this historic property provides participants with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Enter Peace Palace Mission via the gate on Gingko Ln.

On-leash, well-behaved dogs are welcome. However please note that dogs are not permitted at the Henry Foundation or Palace Mission. Thank You!

To Register for this event, click here.