Home / Past Events / Popular / Hike and Brew 2 Hike and Brew 2From: $7.50 August 21, 2021 – a new hike, a new park, and a new brewery highlight our second Hike and Brew adventure. Online Registration is closed. Call to register. Food Water and Hike PackageHike Registration Only Ticket Choose an optionFood, Water, and Hike PackageHike Registration OnlyClear Hike and Brew 2 quantity Add to cart SKU: Hike and Brew-2 Categories: Past Events, Popular Tag: Hike Description Reviews (0) Our first Hike and Brew was a major success — so we are doing Hike & Brew 2. It’s a new location and new tap house. Download Pictures and Videos Hike and Brew 2 Hike Date: Saturday: August 21, 2021 Hike Length: 7.5 Miles. Hike Difficulty: ★★★☆☆ (3/5). Challenging. This is a moderately challenging hike with a few rock scrambles. It also offers some great views and waterfalls. Meetup Time: 7:30AM (at the trailhead parking lot). Hike begins at 8AM. Brewery We’ll be going to a full-service brewery with a rooftop deck. They have indoor and outdoor seating, plus great food and many beer choices. Travel Distance and Time The trailhead is about 90 minutes from Sand & Steel (75 miles). Anyone needing a carpool just needs to let us know. We’ll email you directions for the parking lot of the trailhead. Shenandoah National Park will charge a parking fee for the day. Food, Water, and Hike Package Sand & Steel will supply each hiker with 2 liters of bottled water, 2 granola bars (various brands, flavors, and vegan options), 3 Beef Sticks (various flavors), 2 Rice Krispy Treats, and 2 servings of trail mix (individually wrapped). This package includes the hike registration fee. The Brewery will have plenty of food options after the hike as well. Hike Registration Only If you’d rather bring your own food and water, then just pick the event-only package. This registration fee helps cover the insurance and planning costs associated with organizing the hike. The Brewery will have plenty of food options after the hike. The Actual Hiking Trail For safety and privacy reasons, we don’t disclose the actual trail we’ll be hiking on this page. But once you register, you’ll instantly receive the full itinerary including a PDF Trail Map, an interactive trail map for your phone, directions to the parking lot (plus GPS coordinates), directions to the brewery or winery, links for current weather information, and everything you need to make the trip fun and stress-free. Money-Back Guarantee: If you decide that you don’t want to hike this trail (or you just recently hiked it, etc.) you can request a refund within 48 hours of your purchase. Requesting a refund is simple, just reply back to the email receipt that you’ll get when you register. We want you to be happy to enjoy the hike with us. Packing List: You’ll also get a copy of our complete packing list for this hike. Hike Difficulty Rating: Difficulty ratings for hikes are very subjective. Different aspects of hike such as length, elevation gain, temperature, and conditions can make a hike easier for some people than others. Our ratings are for informational purposes only, please do your own reason on a hike before attempting. When in doubt, contact the state or national park ranger’s station. Park rangers know better than anyone the current conditions and difficulty of their trails. ★☆☆☆☆ Level 1: Easiest. Generally suitable for anyone who enjoys walking. Mostly level or with a slight incline. Generally, less than 3 miles. ★★☆☆☆ Level 2: Moderate. Generally suitable for novice hikers seeking a bit of a challenge. If you are brand new to hiking, we recommend you start with a level 1 or level 2 hike. The terrain will involve a moderate incline and may have some steeper sections. Generally, 3 to 5 miles. ★★★☆☆ Level 3: Challenging. Level 3 hikes can be quite challenging. You should have hiking boots, hiking backpacks, and have several level 2 hikes before attempting a level 3. Level 3 hike will break down an unconditioned person quickly. The terrain will involve a steady and often steep incline. Generally, 5 to 8 miles. ★★★★☆ Level 4: Hard. At level 4 and above you need to carry a lot of water with you, and be able to maintain hiking against steep, uneven terrain for long periods of time. Generally, 7 to 10 miles. ★★★★★ Level 5: Very Hard. Level 5 hike are designed for well-conditioned, highly experienced hikers. Expect long and steep trails, with rock scrambles, stream crossings, and other challenges. Generally, 8 miles and over. Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “Hike and Brew 2” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review. You may also like… 5K / 10K Run0 out of 5 $15.00 RSVP
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