Walking Tours in the Lanark Highlands

 Purdon Orchid Trail

Purdon Orchid Trail, in Dalhousie Ward in Lanark Highlands, is famous during three or four weeks in June/July for its great display of showy ladies slippers (orchids). The boardwalk trail (there are two interconnected loops) is wheelchair accessible and gives one a close-up of not only the pink orchids but yellow lady slipper , pitcher plant and many other woodland flora.

 

Come Wander...

Lanark Highlands Forest Walks and Tours

 

 

Lanark Highlands Basketry Museum

Discover basketry!

The museum features basket-making demonstrations, workshops in the loft and hands-on fun for people of all ages.

Lanark Highlands Nature Connection

Forest Programs

for all ages

We offer alternative learning that centers on self-motivated exploration of the natural world.

McDonalds Corners Country Tour

Visit McDonalds Corners Country Tour in Every Season

Purdon Orchid Blooms Walk

Purdon Orchid Trail, in Dalhousie Ward in Lanark Highlands, is famous during three or four weeks in June/July for its great display of showy ladies slippers (orchids).

Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority

Come Wander...

Discover What’s Unique About  Our Local Conservation Areas

Indigenous Arts Workshops with Algonquin Artist, Two Bears

Bryan, 'Two Bears', is of Algonquin ancestry and has been involved with reenactments from the time period 1776 - 1812. He is also a Fire Keeper to various Elders in the Eastern Ontario area. Lately a new passion for carving pipes has been born.

Restorative Practices

We are committed to moving forward in the spirit of respect with all First Nation, Métis and Inuit people.

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now