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Hike It Up! Love the outdoors? Plan a family outing, immersed in the natural beauty of your own backyard or try one of the many local hiking spots. For those in the family less interested in “hiking,” try phrasing it as “adventuring” and get the kids involved in the preparation process. Have them help you look it up on a map, help you pack snacks and water bottles, and select the best clothing. Take advantage of this opportunity with learning the different types of tress or plants you might see, or make a game of it—the first to identify five different plants gets to pick a post hiking snack. Even the less adventurous or experienced ones will enjoy it.

Saunders-Monticello Trail (Charlottesville) Get some exercise after visiting Jefferson’s countryside. This four-mile (up and back) shady trail winds around the side of Carter Mountain, past historic Michie Tavern, ending at the bridge to Monticello. All trees and plants are labeled for the garden enthusiasts. monticello.org

Ragged Mountain (Charlottesville) This 5.9-mile trail promises an exhilarating hike with scenic views. Dogs are allowed, so you can bring man’s best friend out for some exercise. visitcharlottesville.org

RAte InfoRmAtIon: weekday: $42 weekend: $47





Location: 5 minutes from downtown located in Pen Park on Rio Rd. Quality course conditions at affordable prices. PGA Professionals available for group and private instruction.

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434.977.0615 meAdowcReekGolf.org

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CharlottesvilleFamily's BLOOM September 2016  

Volume 17 Issue 9

CharlottesvilleFamily's BLOOM September 2016  

Volume 17 Issue 9