The Norris Area Trail System (NATS) managing partners are sponsoring a Mountain Bike Scavenger Hunt on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at the Loyston Point Trails from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is a fun, all skills and all ages event but it is tailored for children and families.
Participants will ride the trail and stop at stations along the route to learn about Leave No Trace principles and the history of the area. Participants that complete the trail and stop at each station will receive a free t-shirt and goody bag.
Check-in and the start and finish line will be at Loyston Point’s Public Launch Parking Lot located at 730 Loyston Point in Andersonville. The event will take place on the Loyston Loop trail, which is a 5.4 mile loop.
This event is open to people of all ages and skill levels. It is not a race but a time for bikers to explore the trails and become familiar with the recreational opportunities that can be found at Loyston Point.
Participants under the age of 18 must have a release signed by a legal guardian. In addition to having a signed release, participants under the age of 16 must also be accompanied on the ride by a legal guardian.
If you wish to participate in the event, you must register online at www.natstrails.com by September 15, 2022 by 6 p.m. No onsite registration. This is a free event but if you would like to make a donation, you can do so at www.natstrails.com. All donations are used to sustain and improve the trails in the Norris Lake Area Trail System.
All participants must complete the ride by 12 noon at which time, a hot-dog lunch will be provided.
For more information about the event and the routes, please visit www.natstrails.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-457-4547.
This event is organized by the Norris Lake Project Team, a 501c3 Charitable Organization organized to preserve the natural beauty and conserve the natural resources of the Norris Lake Watershed area for the benefit of the residents and visitors to the area while assisting the local governments combat the deterioration of natural resources in the surrounding communities.
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