April 17th Hike with Eddi Minche

Tate City Rd 2218 Tate City Road, Clayton, GA, United States

On April 17th, our friend and BRBTC hike leader Eddi Minche will be leading a 9 mile hike near Tate City, GA. This route is not for the faint of heart and will include sections on old logging roads, the AT, the old AT, and the Deep Gap Trail. Since it's easy to take a […]

April 19th: Chattooga River to Foothills Trail

Russell Bridge https://goo.gl/maps/A6eaxEdXp2Vi1bEbA

Join Michelle Stephens for a Spring hike along the Chattooga River Trail to the junction of the Foothills Trail. This is a moderate 10 mile in and out hike along the Chattooga River in the Sumter National Forest. We will begin at the Russell Bridge parking lot at 9am and hike to Liglog and Pigpen […]

April 21st: Jones Gap to Whiterock Mountain

Macon Plaza 155 Macon Plaza Drive, Franklin, NC, United States

Spring wildflowers, a wildlife meadow, and views are highlights of this moderate forest hike of 4.6 miles round trip. A steep but short spur trail up Whiterock Mountain offers some especially stunning views of Tessentee Valley and the Nantahala mountains. The overall elevation gain is modest with a few steep, rocky sections both on the […]

April 23rd: Full Moon Hike

Fairgrounds Kiosk 1436 Georgia Road, Franklin, NC, United States

Join Star Henderson to hike the Bartram Trail through Franklin on this April's full moon. We'll take the new route through the Fairgrounds and Rec Park, continuing down Allman Drive, through the Cartoogechaye Creek meadow, onto the Little Tennessee Greenway to Big Bear, then continue down Main Street Franklin to the Lazy Hiker for refreshment […]

April 26th Walking with Bartram

Warwoman Dell

Join us for April's Walking with Bartram hike! We'll be hiking the 8.5 mile section from Wilson Gap to Warwoman Dell. This hike will cover some beautiful country as we pass Becky Branch Falls, Martin Creek, Pinnacle knob, and much more to experience in between. We will be meeting at 9am at Warwoman Dell to […]

May 18th: Naturalizing the Nantahala

Come out on Saturday, May 18th to slow down and explore the natural wonders of the Nantahala mountains. We'll be taking our time, smelling the plants, hearing the birds, tracking the critters, and learning from each other and from the environment. Along with what you would normally take with you into the woods, feel free […]