Details for Fairchild Walking To
421026-06 (Adventure and Nature)

There are 11 sections of this class
Gender: Co-ed
This activity is considered to be STRENUOUS.
Web Reg Available to:
Resident: 08/23/2021 @ 12:00A - 12/31/2021 @ 12:00A
Non-Resident: 08/30/2021 @ 12:00A - 12/31/2021 @ 12:00A
Ages: 16 years and Up
Open to These Grades: N/A
Dates\Days\Times\Locations:
Date Time Day Location
12/05/2021 1:00P to 3:00P Sun
Mendon Ponds Park @ MPP- Youth Camping Area
Youth Camping Area,
Hopkins Point Rd
Counts:
Enrolled: (3), Max Count: (15), Min Count: (2)
Waitlisted: (0)
Details:
Tour #1: Hidden in Plain Sight
421026-01 Sat Sep 4 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-02 Sun Sep 19 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-03 Sat Oct 2 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-04 Sun Oct 24 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-05 Sat Nov 6 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-06 Sun Dec 5 1:00 PM No Fee
Meet at Youth Camping Area - Hopkins Point Rd

Tour #2: Mero-What?
421026-07 Sun Sep 5 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-08 Sat Sep 18 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-09 Sun Oct 3 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-10 Sat Oct 23 1:00 PM No Fee
421026-11 Sun Nov 7 1:00 PM No Fee
Meet at Upper Devil’s Bathtub Parking Lot - Pond Rd

Mendon Ponds Park is one of the country’s most unique parks and it is right in our backyard! Herman LeRoy Fairchild, Professor Emeritus in the Geology Department at the University of Rochester, first advocated in 1926 for the "Mendon Kames" area to be developed into a state or county park. Two years later, Monroe County began the first of what would become many land purchases to ultimately create the glacial topographic wonder that is known today as Mendon Ponds Park. The Fairchild Walking Tours will cover the history of the park, its glacial formation and geological features such as kettles, kames and eskers. Join us to explore this geological wonder! Small groups will be formed. “Hidden in Plain Sight” is relatively flat. "Mero-What?" and includes steep, rocky inclines. Must be in good physical health. 90-minute Tours. Age 16 & up. Registration is required.