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Come hike Dana Peak Park on 8/3/2013

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Start/Finish point and registration will be at the covered pavilion, Dana Peak Park, Stillhouse Hollow Lake, Harker Heights, Texas.

Tell gate attendant you are there for the walk to avoid paying park day use fees.

START TIME:7:30-10:00 AM. Off the trail by 1:00 PM.

This is a Volksmarching event and you need to register to get a start card. We request a $3.00 donation to help defray the cost of hosting the event.

There will be a 5K and 10K option. The 10K will take you to the top of Dana Peak on rocky trail where the view of the lake is awesome. Hiking stick recommended.

Directions to Walk Location: From North or South on I-35 exit onto US
Hwy 190 West at Belton. Exit Hwy 190 at FM 2410 (Knights Way), turn left crossing over Hwy 190 and continue to Comanche Gap Road (large brown sign for Dana Peak Park will be on your left. Continue on Comanche Gap Road to the park. Gate attendant will direct you to the start area.

If you are interested in collecting a stamp for doing this event there will be "New Walker Packets" for sale at the start. They cost $5.00 but they have three walk coupons inside worth $3.00 each so it is a bargain.


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YELLOW09RED 7/18/2013 12:06PM

    I hope you have a great time hiking.
I just looked at the pic's. I really like the sunrise at Stillhouse Hollow like. Very peaceful.

Debbie> emoticon Have fun looking for them.

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NANNABLACK 7/18/2013 7:38AM


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PATTISWIMMER 7/17/2013 9:07AM


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WALKSFAR 7/17/2013 8:52AM

We did this event back in 2004. Above is a link to my pictures from then so you know what to expect if you come walk with us.

Comment edited on: 7/17/2013 8:52:37 AM

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