What to bring: Water, snacks, hiking shoes, sun screen
Limited to how many people: 15
Degree of difficulty: Between 1.5 and 2 miles. 100-foot elevation gain. A moderate hike – most of the trails are on old road beds, so it’s wide and has a fairly gentle grade. In a few places it’s steeper and has trickier footing.
Highlights: In addition to typical fall and late summer flowers, participants will also see culturally important plants for the Cherokee.