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Upcoming Events

Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian Trail
March 20, 2019
All day event - Appalachian Trail, GA: Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian TrailAppalachian Trail, GAPre-Trip Meeting:March 4th 6pm – KEC 126Register BEFORE Pre-Trip Meeting at KEC Front DeskTrip Date: March 15-24Student: 300Faculty/Staff: 350Community: 400Do something original and adventurous this Spring Break and join UREC Outdoors as we backpack the first 40 miles of the Appalachian Trail! At 2,190 miles, the longest continuous trail in the U.S. runs from Georgia to Maine through some of the most scenic natural landscape the Eastern United States has to offer. This trip will begin with an afternoon of caving in Mammoth Cave of Kentucky (The largest mapped cave system in the world) and end with a day of whitewater rafting on the Middle Ocoee River of Tennessee. Come navigate the hills, valleys, gaps, caves and rivers of Appalachia and the Eastern U.S. for a Spring Break to really brag about!

Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian Trail
March 21, 2019
All day event - Appalachian Trail, GA: Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian TrailAppalachian Trail, GAPre-Trip Meeting:March 4th 6pm – KEC 126Register BEFORE Pre-Trip Meeting at KEC Front DeskTrip Date: March 15-24Student: 300Faculty/Staff: 350Community: 400Do something original and adventurous this Spring Break and join UREC Outdoors as we backpack the first 40 miles of the Appalachian Trail! At 2,190 miles, the longest continuous trail in the U.S. runs from Georgia to Maine through some of the most scenic natural landscape the Eastern United States has to offer. This trip will begin with an afternoon of caving in Mammoth Cave of Kentucky (The largest mapped cave system in the world) and end with a day of whitewater rafting on the Middle Ocoee River of Tennessee. Come navigate the hills, valleys, gaps, caves and rivers of Appalachia and the Eastern U.S. for a Spring Break to really brag about!

Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian Trail
March 22, 2019
All day event - Appalachian Trail, GA: Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian TrailAppalachian Trail, GAPre-Trip Meeting:March 4th 6pm – KEC 126Register BEFORE Pre-Trip Meeting at KEC Front DeskTrip Date: March 15-24Student: 300Faculty/Staff: 350Community: 400Do something original and adventurous this Spring Break and join UREC Outdoors as we backpack the first 40 miles of the Appalachian Trail! At 2,190 miles, the longest continuous trail in the U.S. runs from Georgia to Maine through some of the most scenic natural landscape the Eastern United States has to offer. This trip will begin with an afternoon of caving in Mammoth Cave of Kentucky (The largest mapped cave system in the world) and end with a day of whitewater rafting on the Middle Ocoee River of Tennessee. Come navigate the hills, valleys, gaps, caves and rivers of Appalachia and the Eastern U.S. for a Spring Break to really brag about!

Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian Trail
March 23, 2019
All day event - Appalachian Trail, GA: Spring Break Backpacking Appalachian TrailAppalachian Trail, GAPre-Trip Meeting:March 4th 6pm – KEC 126Register BEFORE Pre-Trip Meeting at KEC Front DeskTrip Date: March 15-24Student: 300Faculty/Staff: 350Community: 400Do something original and adventurous this Spring Break and join UREC Outdoors as we backpack the first 40 miles of the Appalachian Trail! At 2,190 miles, the longest continuous trail in the U.S. runs from Georgia to Maine through some of the most scenic natural landscape the Eastern United States has to offer. This trip will begin with an afternoon of caving in Mammoth Cave of Kentucky (The largest mapped cave system in the world) and end with a day of whitewater rafting on the Middle Ocoee River of Tennessee. Come navigate the hills, valleys, gaps, caves and rivers of Appalachia and the Eastern U.S. for a Spring Break to really brag about!

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