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Today's Hike

From: user 5.
Sent on: Saturday, September 10, 2011 7:38 AM

Good Morning,   No one stepped up to take the lead for this hike but I am sure someone will once you gather.  As I said in my last e-mail, you will find a copy of the trail map outside the Nature Center.

 

You might want to start by crossing the bridge and going right onto the Loggers Trail. Follow that and go right at either the Short Cut Trail or Ivy Hill Vetters Trail. Don't forget to make a stop at the pond, its easy to walk right by it. Ivy Hill becomes Baisman Run then S. James Campbell Trail.  When you reach the Red Loggers Trail you can go left for a longer hike and rewalk the beginning of the Loggers Trail to get back to the Nature Center or go right which will take you to the Swimming Pool and then the Parking Lot.  Hope its not too muddy.  

Have a nice Hike.             Susan

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