Pennsylvania Hiking, Nature February 23, 2022
Go Hiking With Goats In Pennsylvania For An Adventure Unlike Any Other
Expect the unexpected. That would probably be a pretty good motto for hiking. After all, we never know what surprises – waterfalls, caves, or local wildlife – await around every corner. If you’re on the hunt for a one-of-a-kind hike that’s sure to be loaded with memorable moments, you’ve just found it. Go hiking with goats in Pennsylvania for an unforgettable adventure.
Meet Hope, Faith, Harry, Caramel, Zippidity, Hoot, and Peppe, a group of friendly, loveable goats. They just might become your new best friends on this unique goat hike through Wissahickon Valley Park in Philadelphia.
Goat hikes are held on select days throughout the month. Here is a list of
The group of goats you’ll hang out with call Rose Bridge Farm & Sanctuary in Dresher home, and they’re probably the most adorable tour guides you’ll ever meet.
Hope, Faith, and the gang are joined by volunteers to lead you on a 30-minute hike through the picturesque park. Guests are limited to 14 per hike.
The relatively small number of hikers during each outing means you’ll have the opportunity to interact with and to walk the goats.
After your hike, you’ll have time to relax, pet, hug, and shower the goats with love. Don’t forget your camera, so you can snap photos of your adventure.
Hikes cost $25 per person. View upcoming dates and
book your hike.
If you love animals, make sure you check out the other events that Rose Bridge Farm & Sanctuary hosts – baby goat and kitten cuddling, for example.
Stop by the official website of
Rose Bridge Farm & Sanctuary for more information. Or, go here for Facebook.
Have you been hiking with goats in Pennsylvania? What did you think? Share your experience in the comments! Next time you’re in the mood for chasing waterfalls, follow the
Little Falls Trail through Promised Land State Park. Address: Wissahickon Parking, Unnamed Road, Philadelphia, PA 19144, USA