Williamstown: Clark Art launches snowshoe program


The Clark Art Institute has launched a new snowshoe program to encourage exploration of the winter beauty of its Williamstown campus. Project Snowshoe provides visitors with the chance to borrow a pair of snowshoes from the Clark to trek the 140-acre campus during snow season.

The Clark has installed a snowshoe rack and benches adjacent to the west side of its Manton Research Center building. Snowshoes are available in three sizes for both adults and children to borrow. Visitors who prefer to use poles are welcome to bring their own.

Participants should observe safety precautions, including dressing properly for the elements, bringing a cell phone, carrying water and snacks, and snowshoeing with a companion. Children must accompanied by an adult.

Details on snowshoe safety are available on the Clark's website at clarkart.edu/snowshoe.



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