The Plateau Chapter of the Tennessee Trails Association has announced its schedule of activities for April.
There is a leaderless hike (typically five to seven miles) every Wednesday morning. For additional information, primary contact, Bruce Whitehead at email@example.com or 716-3620; secondary contact, Bill Harris at 484-9152; or visit the Plateau Chapter Blog at ttaplateauchapter.blogspot.com. Check the blog for cancellations or changes before hiking.
Saturday, April 1 â Lulu Lake Land Trust, Lookout Mt., GA. This is a joint hike between the Soddy Daisy and Plateau Chapters. This five-mile moderate hike includes the upper falls, Lula Lake, lower falls and the panoramic vista. For more information and to register, contact Cheryl Heckler from Plateau Chapter at 931-200-74436 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Plateau Chapter will depart at 7:30 a.m. CT from Trinity Tabernacle Church, Hwy. 127 S., to meet Soddy Daisy Chapter at Food City parking lot in Red Bank.
Saturday, April 8 â CT Piney Falls Trail from Duskin Creek to Rockhouse Branch, Spring City. This is a moderate 6.5-mile hike, hiking three miles from Duskin Creek bridge to Rockhouse Branch bridge and returning seeing White Pine Cascades, Deep Pool Cascades and a spur trail to Hemlock Falls. Hopefully the group will be lucky and see spring wildflowers or Mt. Laurel in bloom. For more information and to register, contact Cheryl Heckler from Plateau Chapter at 931-200-74436 or email@example.com. Plateau Chapter will depart at 8 a.m. CT from Trinity Tabernacle Church, 2028 S. Main St., Crossville.
Thursday, April 13 â Chapter meeting, First United Methodist Church Annex, 69 Neecham St., Crossville. Dinner at Gondola’s Restaurant, 138 The Crossings, Crossville, at 5 p.m. CT. Program will be “Wildflowers” by Karla Miller. Contact Chapter Chair Cheryl…