Ramps U-Pick

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Ramps U-Pick

Come to Delaware Valley Ramps to learn about ramp harvesting and sustainability and pick some ramps for your own use.

By Delaware Valley Ramps

When and where

Date and time

April 22, 2022 · 10am - May 14 · 4pm EDT


5476 Hancock Hwy 5476 Hancock Highway Equinunk, PA 18417

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

Ramps are the first green sign of spring, highly valued for their taste as a cross between garlic and onions. Used cooked, grilled in stews and soups or raw pickled and in salads, ramps are a regional delicacy.

Pick up to 3 lbs. of ramps per adult for your own non-commercial use. Tools and support will be provided on site. We will have recipes for you to use at home to cook your ramps and make some of our favorite dishes.

Individual tickets are available as are family tickets for two adults and up to 3 children under 18 years of age. Up to 8 individual tickets and one family ticket are available for each session.

Delaware Valley Ramps has been harvesting sustainably on our property for 16 years with sales to restaurants and wholesalers in the Upper Delaware River Watershed and New York City. In 2023 we are inviting you to come and learn what it is all about for the second annual Ramps U-Pick.

Please note, this activity is covered under Pennsylvania's Agritourism Activity Protection Act (Act 27 of 2021). By purchasing a ticket you acknowledge having read and accepted the following:

"AGREEMENT AND WARNING: I understand and acknowledge that, except for limited circumstances listed below, an agritourism activity provider is not liable for any injury to or death of a participant resulting from an agritourism activity. I understand that I have accepted all risk of injury, death, property damage and other loss that may result from an agritourism activity. I understand that an agritourism activity provider is not protected from liability if the provider:

  • Performs an act in a grossly negligent manner and causes injury or damages to a participant.
  • Purposefully causes a participant's injury.
  • Acts or fails to act in a way that constitutes criminal conduct.
  • Recklessly fails to warn or guard against a dangerous condition that causes injury or damages to a participant. A dangerous condition is a condition that creates an imminent and substantial risk of injury or damages to a participant."

About the organizer

$60 – $120