“Meet Your Trails” series continues June 14 on Mount Sequoyah

Pack Rat Community Organizer Ali Williams studies the Mt. Sequoyah Woods map at the Happy Hollow Road trailhead.

Photo by Caroline Bauman

The city’s “Meet Your Trails” series continues this weekend with a tour of the Mount Sequoyah woods.

The once-a-month summer series is designed to introduce residents to trails they might not know about in Fayetteville.

The next tour is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday, June 14 at the pavilion located on the Mount Sequoyah Trail at 5 N. Happy Hollow Road. The tour, led by Development Services Director Jeremy Pate, will follow the Mount Sequoyah Trail, which is a heavily wooded and occasionally rugged, undisturbed forest on the east side of Mount Sequoyah.

From a news release:

Friendly reminder: Ticks and other insects are particularly abundant this year. People may wish to keep this in mind in case they wish to take personal precautions to protect themselves from insect bites.

The event is free and open to the public. Water will be provided.

» Read our review of the Mount Sequoyah Trail