It’s quite brisk outside right now. You can bundle up and keep warm, or you can go on a night hike! How exciting does that sound?

The National Park Service at the Chattahoochee River Educational Center is hosting a winter campfire and night hike on Saturday, December 6th. There will be a full moon and clear skies to hike under throughout the amazing autumn evening. There will be marshmallow roasting, guided hikes, delicious “ranger recipe hot apple cider” and a walk along a forest trail. I wonder if that recipe includes some Fireball whiskey (that always warms me up).

If you’d like to sign up, get more information here! Reservations are required.

Wendell Scott