Buckeye TrailFest

2nd Annual Buckeye TrailFest
April 25-28, 2013
Red Oak Camp near Kirtland, Ohio
(Northeast Ohio)

www.BuckeyeTrailFest.Org

Come join our fun trail festival with hikers, trail builders/maintainers and outdoor enthusiasts from all over Ohio! The Buckeye TrailFest offers a long weekend packed full of hikes, workshops, presentations, speakers and social opportunities. Stay for the day or reserve a space for three nights. Hang out with your hiking pals. Make new friends. Mingle with Ohio's most accomplished long-distance hikers. Learn trail building from the best in the state.

Registration fee required. The registration fee is $30 for adults for Buckeye Trail Association members. For non-members the registration fee is $40 and includes a one-year membership in the Buckeye Trail Association (a $20 value). Add $5 if registering on or after April 1. No registration fee for children aged 17 and under.


GET HIKING - Join us for led and self led hikes on the Buckeye Trail, North Country Trail and other trails. All skill levels—easy, moderate, difficult.

GET DIRTY - Join a trail crew and help build a section of trail. Learn from the best.

GET INVOLVED - Attend the Buckeye Trail Association business meeting. Learn how you can help.

GET CONNECTED - Meet hikers and trail maintainers from around the state. Never hike alone again!

Registration is now open!

More Info: http://www.BuckeyeTrailFest.Org

Give us a "like" on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BuckeyeTrailFest

Buckeye TrailFest Sponsored By:
The Buckeye Trail Association. All proceeds benefit the Buckeye Trail Association.

Thank you Buckeye TrailFest sponsors!

 

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  • Chris H.

    If the river is high and fast, I will not put in, but will come out.

    April 21, 2013

    • Chris H.

      Posted wrong, sorry

      April 21, 2013

  • Andy N.

    I will be there. I created Buckeye TrailFest!

    February 13, 2013

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