Join us to hike through Cedar Hollow Forests and Woodlands. Participants will meet at Bathtub Rocks for an extended hike through some of the most remote and pristine areas of the J.T. Nickel Family Nature & Wildlife Preserve.
The hike will begin at Cedar Creek, follow the creek bottom for a stretch, and then ascend the wooded slopes to the flats at the edge of the Cedar Hollow Watershed. Hikers will follow a primitive forest road through savanna restoration units where midstory thinning was recently completed. After a break for lunch, the group will continue along narrow ridge tops until eventually descending back to the county road near Goat’s Bluff.
Wear suitible hiking gear and insect repellant. Bring a lunch, snacks, and plenty of water. Remember to grab the camera and binoculars too!
The hike will follow forest roads, but the distance and steepness of part of the route make it appropriate only for those in good physical condition.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Level: Strenuous Length: 5 miles