There was quite a good turn out for the run. $240 dollars was raised for the Mohican Trails Club.
The sale of maps provides funds for MTC to purchase materials for trail improvement projects. New bridges, walkways and the Lyons Falls Stairs Project have been completed by the Mohican Trails Club using funds raised both through map sales, grants and assistance from the Mohican State Park and State Forest agencies.
The new map is fabulous!
Ron and I started off together, up Hog's Hollow Trail. We got to the Fire Tower, and I told Ron my plan was to go "old school" and follow the Red/Green OLD Mohican 100 Trail...which are just the blue/red bridle trails. Ron agreed to go with me, and we had a great time running together.
It was great weather for twenty miles on the trails. For August at Mohican, it was a low humidity day. Rob had water stashed at various points around the forest/state park, we availed ourselves of the water!
Where can you purchase a Mohican Trails Map in the area?
You can purchase a trail map for $2.00 when you are in the Mohican area at the following locations:
--Mohican Lodge and Conference Center
--Malabar Farm State Park Visitors Center
--Malabar Farm Restaurant
--The Mohican State Campground "A" Commissary located on SR 3 just south of Loudonville
--Loudonville-Mohican Convention and Visitors Bureau in Downtown Loudonville
--Mansfield-Richland Convention and Visitors Bureau
--Pleasant Hill Welcome Center/Campstore and Marina
--Mohican Country Market
--Trails End Pizza
--Y-Not Cycling and Fitness
--Mohican Adventure Canoe Livery and Fun Center
--Mohican Reservation Campgrounds and Canoeing