Registration is now open for the 6th annual Hanover Trails Challenge!

We’re excited to offer a mix of familiar and new trails for this year’s Challenge, and registration is OPEN!

Pricing has changed slightly this year, and $2 from each registration will go towards a Trail Maintenance Fund. Thank you for supporting this great program and all the hard work that goes into trail maintenance each year in Hanover! More…


Not yet a member? Donate today and join more than a quarter of Hanover’s households in supporting our work!


 


 

Thanks to all who came out to volunteer on National Trails Day at Pine Park!

See photos and read about the ongoing clean-up efforts here. 

 

Pine Park is Hanover’s first natural area permanently preserved as a park and today functions as the town’s “central park” for the enjoyment of walkers, joggers, skiers and many others. The riverfront land is owned by the Pine Park Association, a voluntary nonprofit that dates back to 1900, when a group of 17 local residents sought to prevent the Diamond Match Company from harvesting trees along the riverbank just north of the Ledyard Bridge. Read more…