Sponsoring Organization: Maryland Native Plant Society
169th walk in the Wild Washington series
We will explore the trails of Soapstone Valley. Soapstone is a tributary of Rock Creek. In our walk, we will see oaks, elms, witch hazel, beeches, a few exotic plants etc. At one end of a trail, there is soap rock.The trails crisscross a stream dramatically strewn with huge boulders of igneous rock. Dress with waterproof footwear
Leaders: Mary Pat Rowan, Allen Browne and Claudine Lebeau
REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED - FREE
Bring: Dress warmly. Wear waterproof shoes. Bring water and lunch or a snack.
Notes: Not an easy walk.
Cancellation Policy: Trip will be canceled if raining or snowing. Call Claudine, 240-472-2803 if the weather is uncertain and you are concerned about cancellation.
Contact: (for additional information; not to register): Claudine Lebeau, firstname.lastname@example.org, 240-472-2803
Directions: We will meet at the entrance of the trail near 2900 Audubon Terrace NW. There should be plenty of parking spaces available along the curb.
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