Escape the confines of pavement for a fast-paced adventure along wooded trails and past lakes and mountains. Join the Western North Carolina Alliance for a guided mountain biking trip through the 15-mile Jack Rabbit Trail System in the Nantahala National Forest Saturday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Led by WNCA’s Education and Outings Coordinator, Joy Irby, bikers will learn about sustainable trail building, eat lunch on Lake Chatuge and experience the Fall as you fly past some of WNC’s most beautiful scenery. Beginners are welcome.
Cost is $10 for Alliance members; $20 for nonmembers. If you need a bike, the cost is $40 extra.
For almost 30 years, the Western North Carolina Alliance has been a trusted community partner, marshalling grassroots support to keep forests healthy, air and water clean, and communities vibrant. The Alliance and its chapters throughout Western NC unleash the power of citizens’ voices to protect the natural heritage of the region to help ensure that people and the environment can thrive. For more information visit www.wnca.org.