Do you know about the Center Hiking Club of Washington, DC? This 800+ member, non-profit, volunteer organization is devoted to enjoying the outdoors. The club schedules several activities every weekend, including hikes, camping trips and bike rides.
On Saturday, May 26, the club will host an easy all-day walk of 10-12 miles touring various historic points in central Arlington. The walk will include colonial, Civil War, trolley and W&OD Railroad sites. The walk will take participants through the Clarendon, Ballston, Arlington Forest and Glencarlyn neighborhoods.
- Log cabins
- Historic springs
- Old mill sites
- A George Washington survey site
- A DC boundary stone
- Central Post Office
- Arlington Arts Center
- Center for Local History
- Ball-Sellers House
- Lubber Run Park
- Glencarlyn Park
- Bluemont Park
Take advantage of the beautiful weather to walk through some sites you might breeze past otherwise. Cost: $2 for nonmembers. Meet at 9:00 a.m.at Clarendon Metro Station, at the southwest corner of Wilson Blvd. and North Highland Street.
Bring lunch and water.
Contact: Bernie Berne: email@example.com. Phone: 703-243-0179.
To find out dates for future hikes, check out the schedule online.