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PRE-SUPER BOWL RADNOR LAKE HIKE
Sunday, February 1st at 12:30pm
Sunday, February 1st is Super Bowl Sunday and if you’re like most, tradition dictates that you will be gorging yourself on junk food and football. However, before you indulge in those time honored traditions, come out and join us as we hike Radnor Lake at 12:30 p.m. We’ll hike approx 4.5 miles at a relaxed pace on the dirt trails (both Ganier and South Lake ridge trails). And the best part is that you’ll be done in plenty of time to have yourself firmly planted in front of the T.V. before kickoff. Plan on hiking approximately 1.5 to 2 hours. Bring water and snacks. Dogs are not permitted on the trails so if you bring your pooch then you can hike on the paved trail for approx 2.5 miles round-trip. No reservations needed and this event is open to the public. This is a perfect activity for all abilities and new hikers.
When Sunday, February 1st at 12:30pm
Where The Radnor Lake parking lot located on Otter Creek Road off of Granny White Pike. Meet at the Nature Center entrance at 12:30 p.m. For directions go to: http://radnorlake.org/welcome.html
Difficulty This is an easy hike, great for beginners
Children Policy Families are welcome but strollers are not permitted on the trail
Dog Policy Dogs are not permitted on the trail, you may hike on the paved path with your dog.
For more information, contact Mark Anderson or call 615-974-9489 or 615-269-3769.