Upcoming Chapter Meetings

Apr 23. Highland Rim

Apr 24. Nashville

May 1. Jackson

May 8. Murfreesboro

May 15. Clarksville

May 21. Highland Rim

8-day Hike Schedule

Apr 20.
Apr 20-22. – Spring Getaway to Brevard County ..More.. Apr 20-22. – Spring Getaway to Brevard County NC.  Depart VF Outlet Mall at 7:30 am CT.   Carpool cost est $20-25.   Pack clothes, water, snacks and lunch for 3 days.  Friday, Black Balsam Knob trailhead https://www.romanticasheville.com/black_balsam.htmoff of the Blue Ridge Parkway (198 miles; 3 h 20 min drive plus one potty stop).   Hike to the first bald at 1 mile and eat lunch; continue on for a 5 mile loop    For those wanting a shorter hike they can hike to the 1.5 mile sign and return for a 3 mile hike.  Saturday, High Falls Trailhead at the Dupont State Recreational Forest Visitor Center.  Stop at the Hooker Falls parking area on the way for a short walk to Hooker Falls and back to car then driving on to the Visitor Center.  Hike the 7 mile hike described in link below with a shorter hike just doing the Triple Falls and High Falls loop for a 3 mile hike.  Hike description:  https://www.romanticasheville.com/dupont_waterfall_hike.htm Sunday, we have a choice of:1)  hike the 4 mile Graveyard Fields & Waterfall Loop, hike description:  https://www.romanticasheville.com/graveyard.htm or2)  hike 4 miles total for an in and back hike to see Rainbow Falls, Turtle back Falls, Stairway Falls, and Hidden Falls. hike description:https://www.romanticasheville.com/rainbow_falls.htmWe can opt to drive eight miles past Gorges State Park to see Upper Whitewater Falls, part of the highest waterfall in the eastern USA.  It is a short walk and description below.  hike description:https://www.romanticasheville.com/whitewater_falls.htm

Apr 21. (Clarksville)

Apr 21. (Highland Rim)

Apr 21. (Memphis)

Apr 21. (Murfreesboro)

Apr 21. (Soddy Daisy)

Apr 21. (Upper Cumberland)

Apr 24. (Soddy Daisy)

Apr 25. (Plateau)

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