Please bring warm clothes, hiking shoes, rain gear, water bottle, backpack lunch and camera. All hikes begin at 10:00 a.m. unless announced otherwise. Meeting location and directions will be sent upon RSVP. Please ask permission before bringing your dog.
Hikes are FREE to SAHC Members; $10.00 non-members, unless otherwise noted. (Hikes on public lands are free for all participants; see individual hike descriptions.) Registration is required. For directions, additional information, or registration, please contact Anna Zanetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828.253.0095 ext. 205.
Community Farm Hike with Brother Wolf
Date: Wednesday, December 11
Start Time: 10:00 am
Leader: Anna Zanetti, SAHC AmeriCorps Associate
Cost: Free for everyone but please
pre-register so we can properly match up
dogs with hikers.
What to Bring: Sturdy hiking shoes, rain gear, water bottle, backpack lunch, sun block and a camera.
Join SAHC and Brother Wolf Animal Rescue for a 1.5-mile loop hike along SAHC's Community Farm. It is a beautiful trail that winds across the 103-acre farm providing you with great views. SAHC has developed a plan for the property to serve as a model farm demonstrating sustainable agriculture practices in conjunction with wildlife and aquatic habitat preservation. The plan also includes service to the surrounding community by providing access to land, livelihood and learning for diverse groups of people.
On the day of the hike the hikers will choose a dog from the Brother Wolf shelter and take them along for a nice hike. This allows the dogs to play outside and will overall enhance their quality of life. Join SAHC and Brother Wolf and give these animals a small dose of the love and attention they deserve!
For questions, directions and registration for hikes, contact
Anna Zanetti, email@example.com or 828-253-0095 ex. 205
Hike Key Note: We are introducing a new hike key to better explain the difficulty of hikes. Hikes will be rated 1-10 (greater than 10 for extremely difficult hikes). A rating of 5 is considered moderate, 10 difficult, and 1 extremely easy. We come up with this number by plugging in the hike elevation change and mileage to this formula: (0.002 x elevation gain (ft.)) + Round trip distance (miles) = Difficulty rating (1-10).