Texas state park starts women’s hiking group

Women will soon be able to hike Palo Duro Canyon State Park with like-minded women who want to enjoy the outdoors.

“This is not a ‘get-fit, extreme hiking group,’” according to a news release.

The hikes will start at 10 a.m. and end by noon.

“The first one is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 17 and will be once a month on Wednesdays, weather permitting,” said Bernice Blasingame, park education director and interpreter. “We will learn about the beautiful natural resource that is Palo Duro Canyon and at the same time share our love of nature.”

Blasingame will lead the women-only hikes on various trails and will meet participants at the park’s entrance office parking lot, according to the release. Wear hiking shoes or boots and bring water. Pets aren’t allowed.

 

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