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Valley History Explorer Hike #1: Bee Tree

March 12 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

image of the bee tree reservoir surrounded by mountains

The first hike in the series will explore the Bee Tree community. With special permission from the Conservation Trust of North Carolina, we will hike around the Bee Tree Reservoir, hear tales of the community that was here prior to the reservoir being constructed, and see an impressive waterfall.

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate, 2 miles

Note: This hike is part of a series, which goes on sale January 3, 2022. Learn more here

Updated Coronavirus Protocol:
Due to the very high percentage of fully vaccinated people on our hikes, in 2022 we will be returning to our customary hike route and transportation plans. Depending on the location, carpooling may be recommended in some instances. **If you are uncomfortable with these arrangements, please let the hike committee know at svmhikes@gmail.com and your credits will be reserved for future hikes.**’

We will observe the following hiking procedures due to COVID:

  • Please bring a mask to the event to use during carpooling.
  • No one who is sick, running a fever or potentially exposed to COVID should attend
  • If not vaccinated, masks should be worn in all group settings like sign-in and congregation
    times.
  • Social distancing while on the trails is recommended

Details

Date:
March 12
Time:
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Venue

Swannanoa Valley Museum & History Center
223 W State St
Black Mountain, NC 28711
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Phone:
828-669-9566
Website:
www.swannanoavalleymuseum.org