New date: November 6, 2021. October was overbooked, so we have again, for the last time we hope, rescheduled the Hike to the Dead River Sink.
The Alapaha River is still too high to see the geological marvels
that Practicing Geologist Dennis J. Price wants to show us.
So we’re rescheduling again, this time to October.
The first available date is Saturday, October 2, 2021,
but please check back, because there’s no way of knowing
what the water levels or the hurricane situation will be in October.
Join us for an approximately three-mile hike down the Dead River to the Dead River Sink, where the Alapaha River goes underground much of the year.
We will be led by Practicing Geologist Dennis J. Price of Hamilton County, Florida.
He will explain the geology, and how unusual this place is:
there’s nothing like it in Florida (or Georgia).
This is a hike: no boat is needed.
Karst limestone cracks by the Alapaha River, Dead River, Sink, Dennis J. Price
Gather 9:00 AM, launch 9:15 AM, end 12:15 PM, Saturday, October 2 [TBD], 2021
Jennings Bluff Launch.
From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel south on US 41 to NW 25 Lane; turn left; travel east to NW 82 Court and the entrance into the Suwannee River Water Management District’s Jennings Bluff tract; turn left and follow road to canoe launch.
You’re aiming for the Jennings Bluff Tract entrance.
Jennings Bluff Tract sign, 11:42:18, 30.5670965, -83.0388653
Jennings Bluff Launch
Bring: drinking water, snacks, and first aid kit.
Also trash pickers and trash bags: every WWALS outing is also a cleanup.
Free: This outing is free to WWALS members, and $10 (ten dollars) for non-members.
You can pay the $10 at the outing, or online:
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