2012 Biodiversity Hike and Overnight at Mt. LeConte- A Huge Success!

2012 Biodiversity Hike and Overnight at Mt. LeConte- A Huge Success!

By todd - Posted on 25 June 2012

We had a great group and a great hike and overnight to LeConte Lodge.

Please look for details about next years hike and plan to join us!

AUGUST 24 and 25, 2012

This event is truly the complete package! An experienced guide will educate participants about the natural and local history along the Alum Cave Trail to Mt. LeConte. Hikers will have lunch trailside (provided), and relax in the evening with an ATBI program.  In addition, a ranger will provide a program for us at the clifftops summit.  Afterwards we will enjoy dinner and a night's stay at the LeConte Lodge.  After a great night’s sleep we’ll have breakfast the next morning, and a trail lunch (if requested) for the hike home. Upon event completion, participants will receive a small gift of appreciation from the staff of DLIA.  $275 per person, all-inclusive call 865-430-4757 to buy tickets.


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