Saturday, March 11 — Dunlap Coke Oven Park trails, 6-7 miles, moderate. Shorter option: 4 miles, easy, possibly followed by a visit to the mining museum. Volunteers from the town of Dunlap have turned the site of a major coal mining operation into a park with many trails passing through woods full of many, many coke ovens and other giant mining paraphernalia. If we’re lucky, we’ll tour the museum that chronicles the history of the mining era in this part of the Sequatchie Valley. Check the weather forecast and put on appropriate layers; wear hiking shoes or boots; bring snacks and/or lunch along with more water than you think you need; and gather up hiking poles, rain jacket, sunscreen, and insect repellent as needed. For carpooling/ caravanning, meet at the Durham Street parking lot (ball fields) just off Dayton Pike in Soddy-Daisy at 8.30 am ET. https://bit.ly/3Qjdc0S Please register with hike leader Tom McElhone (805) 208-4654 or email@example.com. Carpool gas cost: $2.