Tuesday, February 22 — Lookout Mountain Bluff Trail from Ochs Gateway to Sunset Rock. Wonderful cliffs, great winter views, funky boulders here and there. Please register with hike leader Trish Appleton, Appletonfirstname.lastname@example.org or text 423-240-3443.Meet at Food City at 3801 Tennessee Ave, St. Elmo, at 8:30 am.
Tuesday, February 1 — Greeter Falls Loop and Alum Gap, 3.2 miles, moderate. Great views, two waterfalls, cliffs above and below, beautiful area! Please register with Earl Helmer, (770) 877-0600 or email@example.com. Meet at the parking lot off Durham St, Soddy Daisy, at 8:30 am.
Tuesday, February 8 — Chickamauga Battlefield, east loop, 3-4 miles, easy. Please register with hike leader Tom McElhone, 805-208-4654 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Meet at the lower parking lot of the Battlefield Visitors Center, 3370 Lafayette Road, Ft Oglethorpe, GA.
Tuesday, January 4 — Fall Creek Falls State Park: Gilbert Gaul Loop Trail, 4.1 – 4.5 miles, easy-moderate. A very peaceful hike through the woods and along part of Fall Creek Falls Lake, with good views of the lake. We will also take the Woodland Trail a short distance to the swinging bridge overlooking the Caney Creek cascades. (We cannot go to this park without seeing some falling water.) Please register with hike leader Tom McElhone, 805-208-4654 or email@example.com Meet 8:30 at the parking lot by the ballfields off Durham St in Soddy Daisy.
Tuesday, October 5 — Jim Ogden will lead an historical narrated hike at Chickamauga Battlefield. The hike will be easy and less than 5 miles. Jim is the historian at the Battlefield and has done a number of presentations for us in the past. Those who were there know that Jim never fails to make it a very special experience. We will meet at 8:30am at the parking lot in the field below the Visitor’s Center. Please register with hike leader Trish Appleton, 423-240-3443 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Moderately easy to moderate for length with only modest elevation change. 7-1/2 miles.
This is a hiker-friendly biking trail that features a variety of plant life and scenery including cedar glade sections and views of Percy Priest Lake. We should finish by lunchtime. RSVP to Mark for details and updates.
Alternate date for inclement weather: Thursday, September 23rd.