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Posted on: January 5, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Cancelled- Wild About Lebanon: Cross Country Ski/Snowshoe at Balestra

Photo of Poverty Lane field covered in snow. Photo submitted by Doug Austin.


We are sorry to update this event has been cancelled, due to icy conditions on the property.

Cross Country Ski/Snowshoe at Balestra

Join the City of Lebanon, Upper Valley Land Trust (UVLT), and Suellen Balestra at her conserved Lebanon Farm for a day of cross country skiing or snowshoeing and beautiful scenic vistas! When you are done skiing join us in the barn for small reception to kick off the beginning of our Wild About Lebanon Series!

Event Details

January 27, 2018
14 Stevens Road, Lebanon, NH

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The Wild About Lebanon Series

Wild About Lebanon is a series of outdoor events focused around conserved lands in Lebanon, New Hampshire. Wild About Lebanon was started in 2003 by Nicole Cormen, who dedicatedly ran the program for years. Now in 2018, UVLT and the City of Lebanon Conservation Program will be revitalizing the program. We will be hosting a series of outdoor events throughout 2018 encompassing a range of activities including hiking, snowshoeing, skiing, picnics, bird walks, and educational experiences. Keep an eye on this events calendar for all the information on upcoming Wild About Lebanon events!

Contact Information

Please contact with any questions you might have at 603-643-6626 or email Alison at

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