Time: Tue, Jul 30, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Join Midcoast Conservancy Lands Manager Joan Ray for an all-day outing at the Karl F. Berger Preserve on Bremen Long Island. This 180-acre preserve spans the island from shore to shore, and contains over half a mile of frontage along the “Flying Passage” of the Medomak River. The trail passes through luxuriant ferns and beautiful mossy ledges.
We’ll begin the hike on the west side of the island and walk three miles round trip to a pebble beach and tide pools on the east side. This trail is moderately difficult – the trail is mostly flat, but there are several steep sections. Participants should wear sturdy shoes. Bring sunscreen, plenty of water, and a picnic lunch to eat on the rocky shoreline!
The trip is free, but pre-registration is required. Boat transportation to the island will be provided. Register here to get directions to the boat launch. The trip will depart from Bremen at 9:00 am.