It’s a new year. Are you ready to see some new places? Geared to all ages and abilities, the Flying Squirrel Outdoor Challenge will take you to your choice of 8 places that Conserving Carolina helped protect.
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A new two-mile section of trail just opened in the Hickory Nut Gorge, creating a link between two highly popular trails—the Bearwallow Mountain Trail and the Wildcat Rock Trail. It’s part of our larger vision for a 130+ mile trail network in the gorge.
Earl B. Hunter, Jr. of Black Folks Camp Too says that when people can connect around the our love for the outdoors, “We begin to have this harmony, where people can talk around the campfire.” You’re invited to join one of those campfire conversations in this video premiere!
Bring your best human friend or non-human buddy with you for a charity hike up Bearwallow Mountain! Hike the 1-mile trail to the grassy bald of Bearwallow Mountain with fellow conservation-loving pet owners to enjoy the panoramic views. Proceeds benefit Blue Ridge Humane Society and Conserving Carolina.