HERE is a link to a story that recently ran in the Carlisle Sentinel on the decision to reroute the Appalachian Trail through the Cumberland Valley. You can still view it on their online site, Cumberlink. CVATC is proud of the role that our Club played during the re-route. In particular, several members of our Club displayed great leadership and courage during that time.
The July CVATC workday will meet at the Fishermen's Parking Lot in Boiling Springs. HERE is a link to a map showing the location. The date and time remain the same, Sat., July 18 at 9 am.
Join us for an evening of food, fun and of course, hiking! Learn about the power foods that can fuel your hike and keep your body functioning at peak capacity. Michele Landis will be our guide for the evening. She is a holistic health coach with training from the institute for Integrative Nutrition and the owner of Yoga at Simply Well, as well as being an avid hiker and Appalachian Trail 2,000 miler.
Take a walk up to Center Point Knob, the original halfway point of the Appalachian Trail and then down to the spring at the Alec Kennedy Shelter. Total distance for this moderate hike is about six miles.
Space is limited so register now to save yourself a place. This event is free and open to the public. Be sure to bring plenty of water and wear comfortable hiking shoes.
For more information, contact Kelly at the Appalachian Trail Conservancy at 717-258-5771 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow THIS LINK to register.