The River-to-River Trail Society announces it’s first guided public hike of the Fall, 2019 hiking season, at 10:00 am on Saturday, October 5, at Jackson Falls.
This hike is free and open to the public, although participants will be expected to sign a waiver of liability. This will be a hike of moderate difficulty, intended for people in good health who have done some hiking.
Hiking sticks and boots, or sturdy shoes, are strongly recommended. Hikers should bring their own water and a snack. It will be recommended that no animals will be able to go on this hike.
Meet by 10:00 am at Climbers Parking Lot at Jackson Falls, two and a half miles Southwest of McCormick and four and one half miles east of Ozark.
To reach the parking lot, turn South off Ozark Road at the sign for Jackson Falls and proceed South on the gravel road for two miles.
For more information, you can contact Gillum Ferguson, Secretary at River-to-River Trail Society, at (630) 470-7692