A note about Coronavirus: In the interest of public health, Urban Edge walks and events have been postponed Please stay safe and healthy. With many in the New York City area restricted in our ability to be outside and connect with others in person, try if you can to tune into your heart, your loved ones, and your immediate environment. We look forward to when we can resume our coming together as community in nature, connections we will need more than ever. ------- Join us to improve your sense of wellbeing with a nature connection! Our guided public walks typically take place in New York City's Central Park. Unless otherwise noted, they last three hours and cover less than a mile, plus 1/4 mile each way getting to and from within the park. Walks conclude with a snack and tea ceremony.
Upcoming walks are listed here, with new walks added regularly. Check back to learn about additional walks or click here to receive notices about upcoming walks and events (and see our latest newsletter here).
Join Urban Edge for a walk at Wave Hill in Riverdale on Sunday, November 15, 10:00 - 1:00. Wave Hill offers a multitude of distinct, stunning gardens overlooking Hudson River - a perfect place for a Forest Therapy walk and a perfect way to embrace spring,. Click here to register.
Postponed until 2021 Urban Edge is delighted to offer a walk in Central Park through the 92nd Street Y, as part of this iconic cultural and community center's health and wellness activities. Come enjoy a Forest Therapy walk with the 92nd St. Y Community! Click here to register.
Urban Edge is committed to Community Outreach, bringing a nature connection and its wellness benefits to communities where access to nature might be limited but the need perhaps even stronger. To learn more click here.
Upcoming private walks and events:
POSTPONED: monthly private walks with Congregation B'nai Jeshurun
POSTPONED: private walk for adults with developmental disabilities, Kings Point Park, Great Neck, New York
Curious about what Urban Edge has been up to?Click herefor past walks and events.
The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper. --W.B. Yeats