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.
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.
No one has been connected to the Mountains-to-Sea Trail longer than Jim Hallsey. It was his plan for the MST in 1978 that was adopted by the State Trails Committee. He has been a board member of the Friends of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail (FMST) and currently is a volunteer leader of the FMST’s South Ashe County Task [...]
Jim Hallsey, who first put the route for the NC Mountains-to-Sea Trail (MST) on paper completed the 1000-mile trek on Monday, September 3 by hiking, biking and canoeing across the state. Fittingly, he has finished just as supporters of the MST celebrate the 35th anniversary of the trail’s genesis in a September 9, 1977 speech by then NC Secretary [...]