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DLAMN- native plant identification hike

This hike is about 2.8 miles in length and is “moderate” in difficulty.There is an elevation change of 400 feet. You will need to bring a light lunch/snack, water, insect repellant and a hiking stick or pole. This is a very interesting hike over Blakely Mountain with many of the trees and flowers we have already seen plus some new ones, e.g. Rusty Blackhaw, French-Mulberry, Post Oak, Blackjack Oak, Trillium, and Bird’s Foot Violet. The second half of the hike goes thru an old growth forest that is beautiful! Directions to Avery Recreation Area: From Hot Springs, take Hwy 270 West to the junction with the Mt. Pine Rd. Follow the Mt. Pine Rd approximately 7 miles to Blakely Mountain Dam. Continue in front of the dam on Blakely Dam Rd. A short distance after passing the dam, you will turn left at the sign to Avery Park. Take the next left to the small pavilion.
When:
Saturday, April 10, 2021, 9:00 AM until 1:00 PM
Where:
Meet at Avery Recreation Area at the small pavilion near the entrance.

Additional Info:
Contact(s):
Bill Randel
Category:
Education - Continuing
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee