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KYWilderness 2018 Winter Hike
« on: January 02, 2018, 01:36:32 PM »

Please join us for a KYWilderness Forum group hike in March 2018. You can focus on your New Year's Resolution to stay active while avoiding the crowds at the gym and get outside! While registration isn't required, it will help to coordinate meeting logistics and allow me to email further details. Currently, there are 4 people planning to go and I would love to add to the group so please join us.

Castle Arch, Red Byrd, Eagle Point & Copperas Group Hike
March 3 & 4, 2018
Meet 9:00am EST at Osborne Bend Trailhead [https://goo.gl/maps/aFretHnF3Z12]
3/3 Castle Arch, Red Byrd, Eagle Point Buttress
3/4 Copperas Area Arches & Clifty Wilderness

We will meet at the Osborne Bend Trailhead KY715 (Parking area adjacent to Cooperas Creek Canoe Launch) at 9:00am on March 3, shuttle to Castle Arch and depart from there. We will plan to end Saturday back near the Osborne Bend Trailhead for those who are not camping overnight, and can return to their vehicle. For those remaining, we will visit Copperas area arches and falls and determine what the group would like to explore.

Trip Points of Interest:
  • Castle Arch
  • Hidden Cave
  • Risner Cemetary
  • Red Byrd Arch
  • Red Byrd Shelf
  • Eagle Point Buttress
  • Between the Falls Arch
  • Clifty Waterfall
  • Moonshiner's Spring Arch
  • Trap Door Arch
  • Hemlock/Unicorn Arch
  • Osborne Bend Arch
  • Moonshiner's Arch
  • Hopewell Arch
  • Copperas Creek Pillar
  • Snow Arch
  • Double Deer Arch
  • Copperas Creek Arches #1-4
  • Sandy Arch
  • Copperas Falls

Please register to help with coordinating contact information

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