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Romance on the trails

Wednesday, February 01, 2012   by: Kate AdamsNorth Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority
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This Valentine’s Day share a snowshoe walk, 200 candles, chocolate fondue and a spectacular nighttime view from the Escarpment tower with your loved ones, friends, or family.

North Bay-Mattawa Conservation Authority invited you to join its annual event at the Laurentian Escarpment Conservation Area.

As one of the NBMCA’s most popular events, the adult-only Valentine’s Day Candlelit Walk is set for Tuesday, February 14th, at 7 pm at the NBMCA facility, 15 Janey Ave., North Bay.

Following the walk, warm up inside with a delicious chocolate and fruit fondue before taking in the unforgettable nighttime view of North Bay and surrounding area from the top of the NBMCA tower.

“The walk is a unique way to celebrate Valentine’s Day with people you love,” explains Dale D'Allaire, NBMCA Naturalist. "A beautiful atmosphere is created along the trail with over 200 candles lighting the way."

The cost of the event is $15 per person and snowshoes are supplied if needed.

Alternatively, participants can choose to forego the snowshoes and simply walk along the trails instead.

The length of the walk will be weather dependent and the entire event lasts two to three hours.

Space is limited and reservations and pre-payment are required.

Contact NBMCA at 705-474-5420 to make a reservation.

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