Logan Kinei Nature Experience | Hatches Harbor & Race Point – Spring

Race Point Lighthouse, Provincetown, MA
Race Point Lighthouse in Spring. Hatches Harbor and Race Point are at the very tip of Cape Cod

The other day, we did our first hike since social distancing had started.  We hadn’t done hikes for several reasons, one being social distancing, but there really aren’t too many people on the trails so that wasn’t a huge factor.  Actually, the weather was not particularly conducive to hiking, our area getting a lot of rain and it still being quite cold out.  We also got busy with starting our regenerative garden, Little Foot Garden.  Any nice weather days were spent moving wheelbarrow loads full of compost and manure around our yard.  But, now the garden is started and hopefully the soil is starting to regenerate.  We planted some fruit trees, veggies, flowers, and cover crop.  We are kind of in waiting mode now.  While we are trying to keep the pieces in the right conditions for a diverse ecosystem to build and thrive, we now have more time on our hands.  And, the weather on the Cape is finally consistently hitting the high 50-60’s.

So, Kait, Weston and I decided to go on a hike/nature walk.  We chose to go back to the very first one we did when we moved here in February – Hatches Harbor and Race Point Lighthouse/beach in Provincetown.

Experiencing trails and different areas of Cape Cod, and anywhere really, during the different seasons is always special.  It’s a different experience each time.  There is a whole lot more green, obviously, and some plants are starting to bloom while others aren’t quite there yet.

The trail was still quiet, and we only passed two other people during our two hours out there.  Weston is much bigger, heavier, and wants to constantly move!  We took out the hiking backpack carrier passed down to us by Kait’s sister, which was passed down to them by their cousin.  We love using hand-me-downs like this.  It’s free, which is nice, but it’s also much more sustainable and agreeable to a regenerative lifestyle that we desire to live.  We believe we should all be sharing things more, and not only material objects, but also life experiences – not for money, but because it’s beneficial to all of life on Earth.

We really enjoy Hatches Harbor and Pace Point Lighthouse trail.  It’s mostly easy, but has some good length to it.  Walking in soft sand can always be challenging and as you approach the beach the walk can be made more or less challenging depending on the path chosen.  It has a lot of good options.

Photo gallery is below….

Logan Kinei Nature Experience | Hatches Harbor & Race Point Lighthouse, Provincetown

Time for entire experience:

2-3 hours

Difficulty:

Easy – Moderate

    • You must be able to:
      • Inclines and declines – slopes and stairs
      • Some Sand

Included:

    • Meditative Walk/Hike in Nature
        • Silent meditative walk in nature
        • Group discussions
    • Connection! with people & nature & yourself
    • Explore around the tip of Cape Cod
    • Breathwork
    • Light mobility

Be prepared for:

    • Sun Protection
    • Potential Wild Life interaction
    • Ticks
    • No Bathroom
    • No Water (please bring your own water or purchase a Logan Kinei Water Bottle and we will bring it filled with fresh clean water)
    • inclines and declines – slopes and stairs
    • Sand
    • Walk quickly

Address:

    • Hatches Harbor Trail, Province Lands Rd, Provincetown, MA 02657

Check Logan Kinei Wellness & Nature Experience Events Calendar for Dates, Times, Locations and Sign-ups.  I’ll be updating this calendar regularly so keep your eye on it.

If you have questions about a particular trail or time of the year you are visiting and what I am offering, please contact me at inquiries@logankinei.com

 

 

– Shaun✌️

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