Member Hike at Rocky Mountain
WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY FOR THIS HIKE.
Please email Ericka Berg at email@example.com
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Thank you so much for your interest!!
Join Conserving Carolina Land Protection Director Tom Fanslow and Membership Coordinator Ericka Berg on a hike at Rocky Mountain!
Rocky Mountain is a current land protection project located in Henderson County. Conserving Carolina members have a rare opportunity to be on the cutting edge of conservation, hiking this beautiful landscape before it is protected forever.
Featuring unique rock structures and caves in a chestnut oak forest, this property is abundant in wildlife habitat and biodiversity. Atop the cliff that gives Rocky Mountain its name is a gorgeous view looking out over Henderson County. The property is not open to the public outside of this special guided hike opportunity with Conserving Carolina.
Come experience conservation first hand!
WHEN: Saturday, November 23rd
WHO: Must be a Conserving Carolina Member. If you are unsure of your membership status, contact Ericka at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 828-697-5777 ext. 222.
WHAT: The hike is less than 2-miles in length, moderate difficulty, on an uneven, but wide surface
WHERE: Meet for guided hike at 10AM at the Conserving Carolina office (847 Case St. Hendersonville, NC 28792) to carpool to the private property
NOTE: There is a maximum of 15 hikers
In case of inclement weather, please check the email listed on your RSVP. Ericka Berg will send a cancellation email before 9AM. As the saying goes, no news is good news.