Monday, October 21, 2013

November Classic Hikes of the Smokies: Who was the Boogerman?

Update: See comment below from Brent McDaniel of the Friends of the Smokies.

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On the third Tuesday of each month this year, Friends of the Smokies will be offering guided hikes as part of their Classic Hikes of the Smokies series. To celebrate the Friends’ 20th anniversary this year, each hike will honor an achievement or cause that the Friends organization has supported in Great Smoky Mountains National Park since its establishment in 1993.

The hike for next month will honor hemlock conservation:

November 19: Who was the Boogerman?
Distance: 7.5 miles
Elevation Gain: 1150 feet
Trails – Caldwell Fork Trail and Boogerman Trail

To help support the Smokies Trails Forever program, a donation of $10 for members and $35 for non-members is requested. Non-members receive a complimentary membership to Friends of the Smokies. Members who bring a friend hike for free. You can pre-register for this through Friends of the Smokies at outreach.nc@friendsofthesmokies.org or 828-452-0720.


Jeff
Hiking in the Smokies

2 comments:

Brent M. said...

Due to a bridge out on the Boogerman trail, Friends of the Smokies will be moving our November hike to a new location. We are finalizing the trail this week so I will be sure to get you new details as soon as possible.

Thanks for your help in sharing the information!

Brent McDaniel
Friends of the Smokies
outreach.nc@friendsofthesmokies.org

The Smoky Mountain Hiker said...

Thanks Brent!