• P.O. Box 28, Round Hill, VA 20142

Thanksgiving morning hike out to the ANP Sanctuary Trail with lunch afterwards.

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Date(s) - November 23, 2017
9:00 am - 11:30 am

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Lets enjoy a nice leisurely Thanksgiving morning hike out to the ANP Sanctuary Trail. Distance is probably about 4 miles round trip all of it completely flat. Since we’ll be going at a pretty leisurely pace with several stops, I plan on taking about 2.5 hours with a bit of time set aside for quite reflection. The Sanctuary Trail is located in an area of Algonkian Regional Park that contains some of the best scenery and habitat you’ll find anywhere in the park.

We’ll be meeting at the small free standing picnic pavilion located around back just past the sportsplex maintenance facility.

RSVP INFO:

***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.

WALK INFO:

DIFFICULTY: Very easy

LENGTH: About 4 miles

ELEVATION GAIN: None

DURATION: Approximately 2.5 hours.

POST WALK MERRIMENT:-)

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

Corner Bakery (http://www.cornerbakerycafe.com/) (Cascades Marketplace, 46290 Cranston St, Sterling, VA 20165)

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 visiting the Imagine web site at https://liveimagining.org/ and clicking on the Algonkian Nature Preserve link “A Journey To Soul” in the right hand column.

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