Announcing 2022 Hike + Heal Events

Hello Adventurers!!

The North Quabbin Trails Association has launched a fundraising campaign asking for your help to support and enhance the roll out of the first-of-its-kind initiative: Hike + Heal. This initiative will take place along our 250-mile Quabbin and Monadnock trail system (the Q+M), and combines hiking with a consortium of professional holistic healers (such as deep tissue massage, reiki, Chinese acupuncture, and adaptable and customized yoga).

The first Hike + Heal of 2022 is scheduled for Sunday, April 24, 2022 from 1:00pm – 3:00pm. The full schedule of Hike + Heal events can be found here. We hope you’ll join us for one, or a few, of these great opportunities! Further, whether you can join us or not, we hope you’ll consider donating in support of this great initiative. Simply click here, or find our Donate button at the top of this page.

What is Hike + Heal?

This past fall, NQTA hosted two successful Hike + Heal events in partnership with Montachusett Veterans Outreach Center and North County Land Trust. We received truly transformational responses from all who participated. This is an amazingly simple event where NQTA utilizes customized serenity centers along the Q+M experience to host holistic healers. Walk our accessible trails with an NQTA guide, then stop along the waters and forests where healing powers will be administered in a stunning naturalist setting. Afterwards, rejoin the trail to continue the walkabout.

NQTA Membership

Not interested in Hike + Heal, but still want to be a part of NQTA? NQTA offers annual memberships to support the organization, with the option of a full set of 28 maps of the Q+M experience.

Options to join or renew:

Membership Level Cost
Individual $25
Individual w/ maps $45
Family $45
Family w/ maps $65

Thank you for any and all support! We look forward to seeing you at these community betterment initiatives!

 

Sincerely,

Bobby Curley 

NQTA Trailwhisperer and President 

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