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Roan Mtn. Bald Engine Gap
Roan Mtn. Bald Engine Gap
©Bob Phipps

CNPA 2018 Boone Blue Ridge Parkway Photography Weekend

Boone, North Carolina
May 3-6, 2018
Hosted by Foothills North Region

Registration opens March 17, 2018 at 8:00am

Limited To 60 Participants
$65 Registration Fee
Thursday Evening, May 3
6pm-7pm - Registration
7pm-9pm - Welcome, Orientation, Meet with guides

Friday, May 4
Morning/Day/Sunset - Guided and self-guided tours:

Beacon Heights & Boone Fork Overlook BRP ~ 5:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Roan Mountain & Elk River Falls ~ 4:45 AM – 2:00 PM
Linville Falls & Duggers Creek ~ 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Grayson Highlands State Park ~ 6:45 AM – 12:00 PM
Little Lost Cove Trail [to Cliffs] ~ 6:30 am – 12:00 pm
Boone Fork Trail and Hebron Rocks ~ 6:30 am – 12:00 pm
Laurel Falls, Boone, NC ~ 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Field/Graveyard View, Moses Cone Mansion, BRP ~ 7:00 PM
Julian Price Dam Overlook, BRP ~ 7:00 PM
BRP Overlooks ~ 6:45 PM


Saturday, May 5
Morning/Day/Sunset- Guided and self-guided tours:

Beacon Heights & Boone Fork Overlook BRP ~ 5:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Roan Mountain & Elk River Falls ~ 4:45 AM – 2:00 PM
Linville Falls & Duggers Creek ~ 7:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Grayson Highlands State Park ~ 6:45 AM – 12:00 PM
Little Lost Cove Trail [to Cliffs] ~ 6:30 am – 12:00 pm
Boone Fork Trail and Hebron Rocks ~ 6:30 am – 12:00 pm
Cascade Falls, BRP ~ 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Field/Graveyard View, Moses Cone Mansion, BRP ~ 7:00 PM
Julian Price Dam Overlook, BRP ~ 7:00 PM
BRP Overlooks ~ 6:45 PM


7pm-9pm - Photo competition turn in

Sunday, May 6
9am-11am - Photo Competition, Critique & winners announced



LaQuinta Inn and Suites, Boone, NC

La Quinta Inn and Suites (website)
165 Hwy 105 Ext., Boone NC, 28607
828-262-1234

Room Rates -
Mention group name Carolina Nature Photography Association when calling.
$115 per night
King or Double Beds



Field Trip Information

Details on outing locations are on the event PDF flyer
View/Download/Print


Linville Falls
Linville Falls
© Nicole Deen


Friday, 05/04/18
5:00 am-
11:00 am
Beacon Heights & Boone Fork Overlook BRP
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Sunrise view from the top of a large garnet escarpment overlooking the Johns River Valley and Line Cove Viaduct is spectacular. Valley fog may be present any morning or not at all. Views north east to south west for the valley offer vast panoramic to close intimates. Views West and North West offer Grandfather Mountain and the Lin Viaduct. Telephoto lens on a clear day will capture Charlotte, NC skyline to the east. Southeast you can see Table Rock, Hawks Bill, and Linville Gorge ridge.

From parking lot follow BRP North to Boone Fork overlook. Trail head [upper end of lot] is a short walk to a bridge across Boone Fork. Trail is root crossed and rocks in some places, but not difficult. Upstream view of Rhododendron and Beech trees tightly covering the stream cascade provide for wide angle to short telephoto shots. Shots from below the bridge are available [Difficult to get down the bank]. Photos of the trail and bridge are another idea. Trail can access northern end of Grandfather Mountain.

Facilities: No facilities on trails or at overlooks.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, telephoto lens up to 500 mm (or more), polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Snacks and water.

Info: https://www.google.com/maps/@36.0850151,-81.8280813,15.62z



4:45 am-
2:00 pm
Roan Mountain Balds & Elk River Falls
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Hiking Info: 2 miles round trip via Appalachian Trail to Round Bald; The hike to the Round Bald will go through an alpine spruce / fir forest. The panoramic vistas along this part of the Appalachian Trail are awesome. We could have beautiful blue skies with fluffy white clouds or we could be fogged in - perhaps both on the same day! No matter what the conditions are, you will be rewarded with memorable landscapes.

This will be a slow hike so you may catch your breath and capture any images you want along the way. First section is moderate to strenuous uphill, then mounded on the bald. Further hike down to Engine Gap, up to Jane Bald.

NOTE: Have all your gear ready to leave the parking area as soon as you park. Grab bag and tripod to hike up to Round Bald.  Do not wait to pack when you arrive on Carvers Gap.  You will be hiking on the Trail [you can say you hiked the TN, NC boarder of the AT for a mile or so].

You will be gone all day so pack your lunch!

Trail and Topographical map

Elevation: 5,512 to around 6,000 feet

The Elk River Falls drops 40 feet into a large pool. A steep trail goes down the side of the falls on the right [as you look at the falls]. It is best to wear hiking boots for this trail. You will be rewarded with a large rock area facing the pool to sit on as you photograph the falls. The river flowing at the top of the falls is good for afternoon reflections.



7:30 am-
12:00 pm
Linville Falls & Duggers Creek
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Linville Falls has two separate trails to four overlooks. This is a moderate 1.6 mile round-trip walk, offering hikers four overlooks, each revealing a different aspect of the Linville Falls area. One overlook on the left trail from the visitor center/parking area. Three overlooks on the right trail right, from the visitor center/parking area. Left route takes you to a cliff view of the side of the main falls. Three overlooks to the right are off one trail. First overlook leads to the upper section for the falls, while the next two overlooks view the falls face on from cliffs at higher elevations. Overlooks are accessed by side trail and steps to the viewing area.

Dugger’s Creek Falls is at the parking area entrance. Short trail leads to a bridge crossing the creek and moss covered walls cover a small gorge. Very ethereal. Easy .25 miles.

Facilities: Visitor center/gift shop/maps. Restrooms and water fountain. No facilities on trails or at overlooks

Equipment: Wide angle lens, telephoto lens up to 250mm (or more), macro lens, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Dugger’s Creek Falls has stream access so hip waders are optional.

Info and map: https://www.nps.gov/blri/planyourvisit/linville-falls-trails.htm



6:45 am-
12:00 pm
Grayson Highlands State Park
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Grayson Highlands offers scenic views of alpine-like peaks more than 5,000 feet high. Join us to explore parts of the Appalachian Trail, panoramic vistas of the highlands, views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, rock pinnacles, waterfalls, birds, and possible sightings of wild ponies. We will explore the park together to see the main sites, capture waterfalls, scenic views, and possibly photograph the wild ponies.

Facilities: Facilities include a visitor center, campgrounds, and hiking trails leading to waterfalls and overlooks. Scenic horse trails and a horse camping area with electric and water hookups, stables and parking for trailers are available. The park provides year-round access to the Appalachian Trail and the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail.

Equipment: Wide to moderate telephoto, CPL, GND & ND filters, water [plenty], tripod, snack [for trail].

Info: Grayson highlands State Park - Mouth of Wilson, VA  24363   ~    276-579-7092
Grayson Highlands website

Driving Time from Boone: From La Quinta Inn travel time - 1 hr. 12 min. / 46.2 mi.

Directions: Lon/Lat   36.613517  :   81.480830

La Quinta entrance right to light, right on US 421 S to US 221 N [toward West Jefferson], left on US 221 to W. Jefferson, straight town to NC 88/ NC 194 [go straight up the hill], to Warrensville then Lansing, right in Lansing on NC 194 to US 58 in Virginia, right on US 58 [few miles] to Grayson Highlands State Park entrance – left to Park head quarters on left.  Maps available.  No fee for day visit.



6:30 am-
12:00 pm
Little Lost Cove Cliffs Trail
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

It is 1.3 miles one way. A nice trail leads to the eponymous rock outcrop from which a spectacular view of the Blue Ridge Mountains with Grandfather Mountain at the top unfolds. Most of the trail follows old road or skid road beds; it is moderately rocky in places, but generally in good shape.

Info: https://www.hikewnc.info/trails/wilson-creek/little-lost-cove-cliffs

Facilities: None Equipment: Camera gear [normal range of lenses], tripod, water, snacks



6:30 am-
12:00 pm
Boone Fork Trail and Hebron Rock Colony
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

1.2 mi. one way. Boone Fork Trail is mostly easy to moderate, but at points you will need to climb over rocks. Down hill going in, up hill coming back. Boone Fork Creek is beside the trail most of the way. Flowering plants, mosses, ferns throughout. The trail splits to cross over Boone Fork Creek to the Hebron Rock Colony. The Hebron Rock colony is a massive area of boulders within the stream cut.

Facilities: Restroom at the parking lot.

Equipment: Camera gear [normal range of lenses], tripod, water.

Info: Map to trail head.



2:00 pm-
5:00 pm
Laurel Falls and Watauga Falls, North of Boone
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Laurel Falls is a huge rock formation surround a cascading stream, forming pools below the falls. EASY 0.15 mile trail leads to the falls. 0.2 Miles further down the road is Watauga Falls.

Facilities: No facilities on trails.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, telephoto lens up mid size zoom lens for isolating parts of the waterfall, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].

Info: http://appalachiantreks.blogspot.com/2007/06/laurel-creek-falls.html

Driving Time From Boone: Laurel Falls is about is about 10 miles (25 minutes) from Boone.



2:00 pm-
5:00 pm
Linville Falls & Duggers Creek
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Linville Falls has two separate trails to four overlooks. This is a moderate 1.6 mile round-trip walk, offering hikers four overlooks, each revealing a different aspect of the Linville Falls area. One overlook on the left trail from the visitor center/parking area. Three overlooks on the right trail right, from the visitor center/parking area. Left route takes you to a cliff view of the side of the main falls. Three overlooks to the right are off one trail. First overlook leads to the upper section for the falls, while the next two overlooks view the falls face on from cliffs at higher elevations. Overlooks are accessed by side trail and steps to the viewing area.

Dugger’s Creek Falls is at the parking area entrance. Short trail leads to a bridge crossing the creek and moss covered walls cover a small gorge. Very ethereal. Easy .25 miles.

Facilities: Visitor center/gift shop/maps. Restrooms and water fountain. No facilities on trails or at overlooks

Equipment: Wide angle lens, telephoto lens up to 250mm (or more), macro lens, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Dugger’s Creek Falls has stream access so hip waders are optional.

Info and map: https://www.nps.gov/blri/planyourvisit/linville-falls-trails.htm



7:00 pm-
Sunset
Field/Graveyard View Moses Cone Mansion
Limit: None
Cost: $0

Info: Views of the field area, graveyard area with sun setting over the mountains

Facilities: No facilities at Mansion.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].



7:00 pm-
Sunset
Julian Price Lake Dam Overlook
Limit: None
Cost: $0

Info: Views over Julian Price Lake from the roadside turnoff of campground area. Views of the sun setting across the lake over the trees.

Facilities: Facilities available at the campground.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].



6:45 pm-
Sunset
BRP Overlooks Linn Cove Viaduct Area
Limit: None
Cost: $0

Info: Views of the mountains and North Carolina from various pullouts on the BRP.

Facilities: No facilities on trails or at overlooks.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].




Saturday, 05/05/18
5:00 am-
11:00 am
Beacon Heights & Boone Fork Overlook BRP
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Sunrise view from the top of a large garnet escarpment overlooking the Johns River Valley and Line Cove Viaduct is spectacular. Valley fog may be present any morning or not at all. Views north east to south west for the valley offer vast panoramic to close intimates. Views West and North West offer Grandfather Mountain and the Lin Viaduct. Telephoto lens on a clear day will capture Charlotte, NC skyline to the east. Southeast you can see Table Rock, Hawks Bill, and Linville Gorge ridge.

From parking lot follow BRP North to Boone Fork overlook. Trail head [upper end of lot] is a short walk to a bridge across Boone Fork. Trail is root crossed and rocks in some places, but not difficult. Upstream view of Rhododendron and Beech trees tightly covering the stream cascade provide for wide angle to short telephoto shots. Shots from below the bridge are available [Difficult to get down the bank]. Photos of the trail and bridge are another idea. Trail can access northern end of Grandfather Mountain.

Facilities: No facilities on trails or at overlooks.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, telephoto lens up to 500 mm (or more), polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Snacks and water.

Info: https://www.google.com/maps/@36.0850151,-81.8280813,15.62z



5:00 am-
12:00 pm
Roan Mountain Balds & Elk River Falls
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Hiking Info: 2 miles round trip via Appalachian Trail to Round Bald; The hike to the Round Bald will go through an alpine spruce / fir forest. The panoramic vistas along this part of the Appalachian Trail are awesome. We could have beautiful blue skies with fluffy white clouds or we could be fogged in - perhaps both on the same day! No matter what the conditions are, you will be rewarded with memorable landscapes.

This will be a slow hike so you may catch your breath and capture any images you want along the way. First section is moderate to strenuous uphill, then mounded on the bald. Further hike down to Engine Gap, up to Jane Bald.

NOTE: Have all your gear ready to leave the parking area as soon as you park. Grab bag and tripod to hike up to Round Bald.  Do not wait to pack when you arrive on Carvers Gap.  You will be hiking on the Trail [you can say you hiked the TN, NC boarder of the AT for a mile or so].

You will be gone all day so pack your lunch!

Trail and Topographical map

Elevation: 5,512 to around 6,000 feet

The Elk River Falls drops 40 feet into a large pool. A steep trail goes down the side of the falls on the right [as you look at the falls]. It is best to wear hiking boots for this trail. You will be rewarded with a large rock area facing the pool to sit on as you photograph the falls. The river flowing at the top of the falls is good for afternoon reflections.



7:30 am-
12:00 pm
Linville Falls & Duggers Creek
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Linville Falls has two separate trails to four overlooks. This is a moderate 1.6 mile round-trip walk, offering hikers four overlooks, each revealing a different aspect of the Linville Falls area. One overlook on the left trail from the visitor center/parking area. Three overlooks on the right trail right, from the visitor center/parking area. Left route takes you to a cliff view of the side of the main falls. Three overlooks to the right are off one trail. First overlook leads to the upper section for the falls, while the next two overlooks view the falls face on from cliffs at higher elevations. Overlooks are accessed by side trail and steps to the viewing area.

Dugger’s Creek Falls is at the parking area entrance. Short trail leads to a bridge crossing the creek and moss covered walls cover a small gorge. Very ethereal. Easy .25 miles.

Facilities: Visitor center/gift shop/maps. Restrooms and water fountain. No facilities on trails or at overlooks

Equipment: Wide angle lens, telephoto lens up to 250mm (or more), macro lens, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Dugger’s Creek Falls has stream access so hip waders are optional.

Info and map: https://www.nps.gov/blri/planyourvisit/linville-falls-trails.htm



6:45 am-
12:00 pm
Grayson Highlands State Park
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Grayson Highlands offers scenic views of alpine-like peaks more than 5,000 feet high. Join us to explore parts of the Appalachian Trail, panoramic vistas of the highlands, views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, rock pinnacles, waterfalls, birds, and possible sightings of wild ponies. We will explore the park together to see the main sites, capture waterfalls, scenic views, and possibly photograph the wild ponies.

Facilities: Facilities include a visitor center, campgrounds, and hiking trails leading to waterfalls and overlooks. Scenic horse trails and a horse camping area with electric and water hookups, stables and parking for trailers are available. The park provides year-round access to the Appalachian Trail and the Virginia Highlands Horse Trail.

Equipment: Wide to moderate telephoto, CPL, GND & ND filters, water [plenty], tripod, snack [for trail].

Info: Grayson highlands State Park - Mouth of Wilson, VA  24363   ~    276-579-7092
Grayson Highlands website

Driving Time from Boone: From La Quinta Inn travel time - 1 hr. 12 min. / 46.2 mi.

Directions: Lon/Lat   36.613517  :   81.480830

La Quinta entrance right to light, right on US 421 S to US 221 N [toward West Jefferson], left on US 221 to W. Jefferson, straight town to NC 88/ NC 194 [go straight up the hill], to Warrensville then Lansing, right in Lansing on NC 194 to US 58 in Virginia, right on US 58 [few miles] to Grayson Highlands State Park entrance – left to Park head quarters on left.  Maps available.  No fee for day visit.



6:30 am-
12:00 pm
Little Lost Cove Cliffs Trail
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

It is 1.3 miles one way. A nice trail leads to the eponymous rock outcrop from which a spectacular view of the Blue Ridge Mountains with Grandfather Mountain at the top unfolds. Most of the trail follows old road or skid road beds; it is moderately rocky in places, but generally in good shape.

Info: https://www.hikewnc.info/trails/wilson-creek/little-lost-cove-cliffs

Facilities: None Equipment: Camera gear [normal range of lenses], tripod, water, snacks



6:30 am-
12:00 pm
Boone Fork Trail and Hebron Rock Colony
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

1.2 mi. one way. Boone Fork Trail is mostly easy to moderate, but at points you will need to climb over rocks. Down hill going in, up hill coming back. Boone Fork Creek is beside the trail most of the way. Flowering plants, mosses, ferns throughout. The trail splits to cross over Boone Fork Creek to the Hebron Rock Colony. The Hebron Rock colony is a massive area of boulders within the stream cut.

Facilities: Restroom at the parking lot.

Equipment: Camera gear [normal range of lenses], tripod, water.

Info: Map to trail head.



2:00 pm-
5:00 pm
The Cascades Falls, BRP
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

The EASY 1-mile loop of the Cascades Trail explores the forest that perches on the edge of the Blue Ridge. The path wanders the crest above the Piedmont to Falls Creek just as a water shoots over the cliff. Along the trail, twenty interpretive plaques describe the trees of the Blue Ridge. The main species are all here. The Cascades Trail starts on a paved trail beside a restroom (open May through October). The paved path becomes gravel; go right at the start of the loop with good winter views of the valley below. There are a few benches on the way and plaques about dogwood, tulip tree, pignut, black locust, serviceberry, mountain laurel, white oak, flame azalea, minnie bush, highbush blueberry, and chestnut oak. Descend and cross a bridge over Falls Creek. At the junction, go right down the steeper steps to two great overlooks on the cascade. Please be careful-do not climb on the falls or sit/stand atop the stone walls. Coming back, go right at the junction to follow the scenic stream. When you climb back up and reach the trail you started on, turn right back to your car. The center island and other end of The Cascades parking area contain many picnic tables. A path leaves that end of the lot and goes to the next overlook south, Tompkins Knob, another great destination or starting point. From Tompkins Knob Parking Area, take the dirt path into the woods to Jesse Brown's cabin-a late-nineteenth-century residence. Peer inside at the impressive fireplace. Downhill by the woods, a spring trickling out of the ground flows through a sagging springhouse. Head down the short distance to examine this interesting structure. See how the 40-some degree water is funneled through the springhouse to nicely chill food stored inside the once weatherized hut.

Facilities: Facilities at parking lot.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, telephoto lens up mid size zoom lens for isolating parts of the waterfall, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Hiking Poles to help with balance on the steps.

Info: http://www.exploreboone.com/listings/Cascade-Falls/690/

Driving Time From Boone: 20 – 30 minutes



2:00 pm-
5:00 pm
Linville Falls & Duggers Creek
Limit: 10
Cost: $0

Linville Falls has two separate trails to four overlooks. This is a moderate 1.6 mile round-trip walk, offering hikers four overlooks, each revealing a different aspect of the Linville Falls area. One overlook on the left trail from the visitor center/parking area. Three overlooks on the right trail right, from the visitor center/parking area. Left route takes you to a cliff view of the side of the main falls. Three overlooks to the right are off one trail. First overlook leads to the upper section for the falls, while the next two overlooks view the falls face on from cliffs at higher elevations. Overlooks are accessed by side trail and steps to the viewing area.

Dugger’s Creek Falls is at the parking area entrance. Short trail leads to a bridge crossing the creek and moss covered walls cover a small gorge. Very ethereal. Easy .25 miles.

Facilities: Visitor center/gift shop/maps. Restrooms and water fountain. No facilities on trails or at overlooks

Equipment: Wide angle lens, telephoto lens up to 250mm (or more), macro lens, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod, hiking boots. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional]. Dugger’s Creek Falls has stream access so hip waders are optional.

Info and map: https://www.nps.gov/blri/planyourvisit/linville-falls-trails.htm



7:00 pm-
Sunset
Field/Graveyard View Moses Cone Mansion
Limit: None
Cost: $0

Info: Views of the field area, graveyard area with sun setting over the mountains

Facilities: No facilities at Mansion.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].



7:00 pm-
Sunset
Julian Price Lake Dam Overlook
Limit: None
Cost: $0

Info: Views over Julian Price Lake from the roadside turnoff of campground area. Views of the sun setting across the lake over the trees.

Facilities: Facilities available at the campground.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].



6:45 pm-
Sunset
BRP Overlooks Linn Cove Viaduct Area
Limit: None
Cost: $0

Info: Views of the mountains and North Carolina from various pullouts on the BRP.

Facilities: No facilities on trails or at overlooks.

Equipment: Normal range of lenses, polarizing filter, graduated neutral density filter and tripod. Layered warm clothes including gloves, rain gear, and sunscreen [all optional].




Independent Outings
 
Self-guided Tours
Leader: ON YOUR OWN
  • Daniel Boone Gardens, Boone
  • Thunder Hill sunrise [BRP Overlook, north of Blowing Rock Mile Post 290.1]
  • Daniel Boone Scout Trail
  • Rough Ridge sunrise/sunset [BRP Overlook, south of Blowing Rock Mile Post 302.8]
  • Wiseman’s View [view of Linville Gorge] [Linville Falls Community, NC]
  • Waterfalls along US 221 from Blowing Rock to BRP/Grandfather interchange
  • Valle Crucis/Mast General Store/Churches/Park and Watauga River
  • Quilt Barn Trail [driving] Ashe/Avery/Watauga Co.
  • Laurel Falls, US 321 N of Boone, NC
  • Moses Cone Mansion and Bass Lake, Blowing Rock, NC
  • Price Lake and Lake Trail and boat rental [seasonal] Blue Ridge Parkway




Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel
Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel
© Helen Phillips

If you have questions or need help with registration please contact Nicole Deen <nicoleldeen@gmail.com>.

Disclaimer: All field trips are subject to change depending on weather and other conditions during this event.

No Refunds after April 14, 2018