Hiking (Day Hikes) Hiking (Day Hikes)

START

  • Nov 18
  • 18:00:00
  • Free Trolley Bus Stop On J.P.A. Nearest Maury Ave

END

  • Nov 18
  • 23:00:00
  • White Rock Falls And Slacks Overlook Trails

DEADLINE

  • Nov 18
  • 13:00:00

FEE

  • $0.00

OVERVIEW

Community hike with local Sierra Club.

Break up your school or work week with some natural exercise to a beautiful waterfall and mountain view, in the dark of night. On the way back we’ll stroll and drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway, likely encountering a wildlife safari along the way.

Hike 4.2 miles
~650 feet elevation gain
Pace 3.0 to 4.0 (out of 5).

This adventure starts out with everyone waitlisted, and then as drivers sign up, folks will get off the wait list.

WITHDRAW/CANCEL-PARTICIPATION DEADLINE is the same as the posted signup deadline for every club adventure unless otherwise noted. If you are on the wait list and make other plans, please withdraw ONLINE (otherwise if you get off the wait list last-minute and don’t show up, and someone else could have gone in your spot, that’s a problem).

Drivers needed and greatly appreciated (~80 miles total). Drivers please arrive with completely full tank of gas; you’ll score a filled-up tank up on return plus a 30% TIP. The more drivers, the bigger we can grow the size of this trip to let in any waitlistees. Thanks!

Wear non-cotton clothes, and pack: __ many warm layers including hat gloves scarf, __ FLASHLIGHT/HEADLAMP, __ 2 L water, __ dinner in-stomach or in-hand (make sure driver doesn’t mind eating in car), __ snacks, __ meds, __ extra corrective lenses if applicable, __ rain gear, __ whistle, __ hike poles? __ camera? __ bug spray? __ t.p. & baggie? __ 6-foot leash, water and food if bringing doggie in your own car.
Everyone will be required to sign a liability waiver.

Meeting / departure location is: on Jefferson Park Avenue (JPA) at the Free Trolley bus stop just before that bus turns right onto Maury Avenue. If you’re on JPA facing Fry’s Spring Station restaurant (which is on the NE corner of JPA and Maury), we’re meeting at the bus stop / grassy area that’s on JPA to the right of that restaurant.

This trip’s leader is a Wilderness EMT and Geo Medic, is the instructor of the Wilderness First Aid & CPR courses posted in the club, and will be happy to help anyone in need.

~ father shred

ADVENTURE LEADERS

Matthew

Rosefsky

Trips Attended: 159 Trips Led: 127
ADVENTURERS8/14
WAITLIST0

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