• P.O. Box 28, Round Hill, VA 20142

ANP Sanctuary Trail Night Hike

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Date(s) - December 12, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Join us as we explore the ANP at night. We’ll hike out to the Sanctuary Trail at night under an almost full moon and enjoy the unusual sights and sounds of the forest at night. Full moon is actually on the 13th but I’m working that night… sorry;-)

RSVP INFO:

I limit the RSVPs to these events to 15 with a wait list. Since this event is posted to both the Imagine & “Lets Take a Hike…” meetup groups, I spread the available openings across both meetup groups. If this meetup is already wait listed, click ***THIS LINK*** to check the other meetup because it still might have some openings.

***IMPORTANT*** Please be certain you plan on attending before you RSVP. If you RSVP and your plans change… no worries. Just be sure to update your status so someone else on the wait list can jump in if they want. Your cooperation is appreciated.

HIKE INFO:

Given the time of year and time of day we’re going, it will be fairly cold. Thermal underwear, plenty of warm layers, hat and gloves highly recommended. Please bring a head lamp or flashlight preferably one with a red filter.

DIFFICULTY: Easy

LENGTH: About 4 miles

ELEVATION GAIN: None

DURATION: Approximately 2.0 hours

POST HIKE MERRIMENT:-)

Afterwards, for those that care to, a visit to the

Bungalow Lakehouse (46116 Lake Center Plaza, Sterling, VA 20165)

for cocktails is planned.

ABOUT THE EVENT HOST:

Ron has been a lover of nature and an outdoor enthusiast for the last few decades and back in 2009, left an 18 year career in information technology so he could pursue his dreams and passions in nature and the outdoors on a full time basis. Currently, he works as a Sr. Park Ranger for NOVAParks at Algonkian Regional Park. In addition to his day to day duties, he runs all of the parks guided kayak tours and also started the Algonkian Nature Preserve which is a long term labor of love of his. You can read more about the ANP by going to http://potomactrail.org scrolling down a little ways and clicking the graphic of a little girl looking through a magnifying glass.

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