In honor of the 40th anniversary of Howard Lee’s speech proposing the MST, the many benefits it brings to the state, and our collective efforts to ensure the entire trail is hiked and paddled in one day, Governor Cooper has proclaimed September 9 Mountains-to-Sea Trail Day. Thank you, Governor Cooper!
From the WataugaDemocrat.com By David Brewer: On Oct. 12, 2016, John Lanman completed North Carolina’s Mountains-to-Sea Trail — an 1,100-plus mile trek he began in 2003.
On a cold and rainy January 1, 2017, more than 50 happy hikers convened in two places on the MST to take part in the growing tradition of taking a hiking on New Year’s Day.
Land Protected by Eno River Association Unlocks Next Phase of the Mountains-To-Sea Trail in the Triangle
The Eno River Association secured a critical 1.9-acre conservation and trail easement on the Eno River at Pleasant Green Road on December 28.
In early December, 15 members of MST trail crews across the state converged on Raleigh for a class to be certified to safely operate a chainsaw while working on the MST.
A memorial service for Allen DeHart will be held at the de Hart Botanical Gardens on the Campus of Louisburg College on Saturday, November 12 at 11 am. The address is 3585 US-401, Louisburg, NC.