National Trails Day Hike: Holly River
Holly River State Park celebrates National Trails Day on June 4, 2022 with a guided hike led by Master Naturalist Jane Birdsong. Today is a 3-hour hike on the Tramontane Trail. This trail hike will have a rest stop at the site of a old Swiss homestead settled in the 1870s where you can also explore and see one of Holly River’s oldest and largest trees – oh if they could talk and tell stories.
We’ll start from the porch of the Holly River State Park office at 10 a.m.
A second hike is also scheduled. The Hike Rock Trail is a 2-hour round trip hike that departs at 11 a.m. Both hikes should return by 1 p.m. Holly River Restaurant will be open for anyone taking advantage of ordering a good lunch after a great hike.
Bring a snack and water. Please wear sturdy footwear. The hikes are open to the public and fee free. Hikers receive a Trails Day patch at the conclusion of the activity.
Since 1993, National Trails Day has been held annually, the first Saturday of June, to bring attention to our state’s and nation’s hiking trails.
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