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Explore Harford Glen followed by lunch

  • Jul 27, 2014 · 9:00 AM
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This is a really fun trail that doesn't see a lot of use. Lots of ups and downs but no major hills (all less than 300 feet). Some nice views from the top of the dam. One of my favorite in the area.

My plan is to do the yellow loop (1 mile), then green loop (1 mile) and finally the orange loop (4.5 miles) for a total of about 6.5 miles. This hike is a series of loops that intersect. There are multiple spots you can bail off if you get tired at 1 and 2 miles. After the green loop, you're in for another 4.5 miles around the reservoir. Please plan to be able to keep up at 2.5 to 3 miles per hour pace for 2+ hours. There will be multiple moderate hill climbs and that terrain has rocks, roots, and it is not paved

We will step off EXACTLY at 9:30. If you are late, txt me at 301-six5five-5327. Otherwise there is no grace period.

This is a rain or shine event. Check the weather before you leave and dress appropriately. Long hiking pants are highly recommended! Tick season!!!

If you cannot attend please change your RSVP so we're not waiting on you.

For lunch afterward we could try Chipotle or whatever the group wants. We can play food by ear.

Dogs are welcome but they must be well behaved and on lead at all times. Friendly reminder - never approach an unfamiliar pooch on the trails. Let them choose to come to you only after you've asked for permission from their human.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Wayne, not sure how to reach you to let you know I am unable to attend the hike this morning. Was looking forward to this but something came up. Looking forward to a future hike. Thanks, Ora

    July 27, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    about 15 total signed up across the groups this is posted in.

    July 25, 2014

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