CRK’s Outings Program is in full swing! While we just concluded our popular River Discovery Series, we’ve still got plenty of trips available through the fall — including the debut of our staff-led Watershed Outings.

Next up: a hike on Saturday, Sept. 28, in the Headwaters region to the spring that gives birth to the mighty Chattahoochee River. Many don’t realize the river’s origin sits just a few hundred yards from the Appalachian Trail. Join CRK Executive Director Sally Bethea on a 4.5-mile round-trip hike along a mountain ridge that offers spectacular views of two watersheds and fall foliage. The outing will start at the trailhead at 10:30 a.m. Bring your own lunch. Register here.

Visit the Outings Page for more information on other upcoming trips

Oct. 12: Hike to Sweetwater Creek State Park (led by General Counsel Juliet Cohen)
Oct. 12-13: McIntosh Camp and Paddle Trip (21 miles)
Oct. 19: Water Conservation 101 at Hansgrohe’s Aquademie (led by Water Policy Director Laura Hartt)

We look forward to seeing you out on the river!