Tails and Trails benefit hike to support local animal rescue and conservation work

Press release from Conserving Carolina:

Attention pet parents and pet lovers! Tails and Trails, a hike for people and pups, will take place on Bearwallow Mountain on April 27th at 10 a.m. Proceeds from this event will directly support Blue Ridge Humane Society and Conserving Carolina. All are welcome, even if you do not have a pet!

The 2-mile roundtrip hike will take you to a nearly 360 degree view of the Blue Ridge Mountains, atop a privately-owned property recently protected permanently from development. Bearwallow Mountain forms part of the upper rim of Hickory Nut Gorge and contains a scenic grassy meadow at its summit, making it the perfect location for a group hike and picnic spot.

Bring your dog and your energy to this integral event and enjoy a hike in support of local conservation and animal rescue. Please plan to have your dog on a leash.

To register, please visit blueridgehumane.org. Registration for this event includes your choice of a t-shirt or tote bag, and there is no registration cut off. If registration is made prior to April 20th you will receive a T-Shirt/tote at the event. Registrations after April 20th will need to pick up a T-shirt or tote at the Conserving Carolina office. New entries will be accepted on the day of the event at a booth at the trailhead of Bearwallow Mountain Trail.

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