Darkest Night Wild Woman Hike
December 17, 2017 4-6pm
This Sunday is our darkest, longest night of the year. We will gather in the evening to observe the sun and dark moon set together in the west then walk into the north for a gentle 2.7 mile hike among coyotes, mice, and owls and watch the stars come alive to our senses. In the safety of our group container and facilitation on this auspicious night we will provoke experience and awareness of a greater depth of being and universal consciousness on the plains. Meet at Boulder Valley Ranch Trailhead. Please dress warmly!
This hike is led by Melissa Reed, wilderness guide and mentor at Wild Heart Revival and visionary at Women Rising Wild.
On this Wild Woman hike we welcome people of all genders with special care and attention to the feminine aspects within us all.
Boulder Valley is home to an exceptionally high number of nesting and wintering raptors.
Schedule a viewing tour or private medicine walk with Wild Heart Revival at wildheartrevival.com/connect
In celebration and support of Colorado Gives we continue to offer a 20% discount on all of our services and events booked in December when you make a charitable donation to Boulder County Audubon Society, Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute, or other nonprofit organization working to elevate the wellbeing of people, animals, and wilderness.
The young hawk in this footage was viewed in our foothills the week of November 27 and the audio recording was made in July 2017.
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Saturday, December 9, 2017 &
Saturday, January 6, 2018
Chautauqua Park, Boulder, Colorado
Feel into our fundamental nature and evolutionary kinship with wild bushytails as we walk Kohler and Enchanted Mesas and explore both myth and ecology of wolf and other wild canid species found in Colorado.
Meet at the Chautauqua Ranger Cottage. Map and directions available here.
This free hike is offered by Melissa Reed, wildlife ecologist and wilderness guide with Wild Heart Revival. Melissa has more than 20 years experience as a wildlife ecologist and has lived closely with wild canids since childhood. This past Labor Day Melissa hosted a transformational rewilding retreat for women with wolves at Mission: Wolf wolf sanctuary in southcentral Colorado. Registration for Women Rising Wild, 2018, is now open. View the photo gallery from the 2017 event.