Thursday, December 29, 2011

Eno River hosts New Year's Day hike

The Eno River New Year's Day hike is as traditional to the Triangle's first day of the year as black-­eyed peas and resolutions.
Each year on Jan. 1 the Eno River Association sponsors a fun-­filled afternoon of guided hikes, refreshments and merriment. This year we will offer two hike options, a longer 4-­ or 5-mile hike as well as a shorter, approximately 2-mile route.
There will be something for everyone, so come one, come all and enjoy New Year's Day at the Eno.
The New Year's Day hike starts from the Eno River State Park Headquarters (Few's Ford Access area, 6101 Cole Mill Road in Durham) at the very end of Cole Mill Road northwest of Durham.
Hot chocolate, marshmallows and popcorn will be served around the fire at the end of the hike. Celebrate with us as we walk together in the beautiful and protected trails at the Eno River State Park, a place that volunteers and conservationists have worked to help protect over the past four-and-a-half decades.
For more information visit or contact the Eno River Association at (919) 620‐9099 or email

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