March 16, 2013 · 6:45 AM
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Description: Hey Soles, let’s explore the White Tank Mountains wearing something green for St. Patrick! Our trek will start at the library and lead through petroglyphs chiseled in boulders centuries ago to an impressive and popular 75-foot-high waterfall. We will then head to the library for education on desert plant adaptation and check out the architecture and nature center. Finally, we will find a picnic table to eat our lunch.
Difficulty: Moderate, Total Distance: Approx. 6.5 miles
Start Elevation: 1400 ft., Elevation Gain: Approx. 200 ft.
Drive Time: 1 hour, Water to Bring: 2 liters
Meeting Time/Place: 6:45am Pyle Recreation Center
Estimated Return Time: 3:00pm
Minimum Attendees Required: 4
RSVP By: Friday, March 15, 9pm
Special Instructions: Bring lunch, trail snacks, and camera. Depending on water level, your feet may get wet at the Waterfall. We will carpool and share the $6 per vehicle park fee. We can discuss St. Patrick's ideas for the evening if there is enough interest.
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