• P.O. Box 28, Round Hill, VA 20142

Appalachian Trail Fall Hike to Overlook at Buzzard’s Hill – Campfire & S’mores

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Date(s) - October 28, 2017
10:30 am - 2:00 pm

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The weather looks gorgeous for Saturday’s hike and the leaves on the Blue Ridge are truly turning into a fall wonderland. This 4.0 mile round trip hike is a rated as a 2 on a scale of 1 (easy) to 5 (difficult) by Hiking Upward. 

You can study the details of the hike by opening the link below.
https://www.hikingupward.com/ovh/hollowbrook/

We will gather at the Blueridge Summit Retreat to prepare for our hike with some gentle yoga stretches and a brief meditation from A Thousand Cups of Tea. 

Please follow these directions and not your GPS
https://liveimagining.org/blueridge-summit-retreat/

We will then carpool to the nearby AT trailhead where parking is very limited.

Please bring:
1. Bug spray and plenty of water
2. A lunch or snack and a chocolate bar for S’mores ( I will provide marshmallows and graham crackers).

Cathy loves to guide hikes in the local region. She and her husband welcome friends to nearby Blueridge Summit Retreat where they also live. Cathy has completed training as a Virginia Master Naturalist and finds solace and peace in the natural world that she enjoys sharing with others. She is a Hatha Integral Yoga instructor (RYT 200) and has studied mindfulness and meditation practices through her yoga training and the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course. She also completed training at the Shalem Institute in leading contemplative small groups and retreats. Cathy oversees the Imagine Well Being initiative – learn more liveimagining.com.

Elaine is a devoted meditator and yoga practitioner finding a center of hope and solace in contemplative activities. She finds hiking and meditating in nature to be very healing as a restorative grace in mind, body and soul and enjoys sharing these experiences with others. She consistently integrates time in nature in her very busy work week during her lunchtime. Elaine believes in the transforming power of intentional community and creates a welcoming presence for all to connect to both the natural world, to meditative presence and to one another as we hike and share story together.

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