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Dates: 1/1/2019 - 3/31/2019
City / State: Farmington, PA
Event Name: Snowshoe
Event Type: Seasonal Snow Shoe
Event ID: 112953 2019/Y2280
Distance - Trail Ratings: 5K - 1C
Description: Start Box is located at the Sundial Lodge on the Nemacolin Resort property. The trail will be on the Resort golf course.
Amenities: Strollers: None | Wheelchairs: None | Pets: No | Restrooms: Yes
Special Programs: This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
Start Times: See Comments
Location: Nemacolin Woodlands Resort-Sundial Lodge, ticket window
Start Point / Driving Directions: 1001 Lafayette Drive, Farmington, PA. From South take PA-51S to PA-43 Tpke S/Mon-Fayette Expr. S in Jefferson Hills (portions toll), merge onto US-119S/Uniontown Byp S toward PA-43 Morgantown, take US-40E via exit on the left toward Hopwood, turn left to Leith-Hatfield then US-40E exit from US-119S to Lafayette Drive****North, takeUS-119N, turn right onto Cheat Rd/County Hwy-857, merge onto I-68E via ramp on the left toward Cumberland, MD, take WV-43N exit, Exit 10, toward Cheat Lake/Uniontown, PA, turn left onto County Hwy-69 which becomes WV-43N/Mon-Fayette Expr N (crossing into PA) (portions toll), merge onto US-40E toward Hopwood, turn left only Lafayette Drive****West take I-76W/PA Tpke W toward Pittsburgh (portions toll), take Exit 110 toward US-219/Somerset/Johnstown and take New Centerville Rd to Kingwood Rd which is 281/US-40W to Lafayette Drive****East take I-70E to PA-43S /Mon-Fayette Expr. S in Jefferson Hills (portions toll), merge onto US-119S/Uniontown Byp S toward PA-43 Morgantown, take US-40E via exit on the left toward Hopwood, turn left to Leith-Hatfield then US-40E exit from US-119S to Lafayette Drive
Awards & Fees: IVV Credit Only
Comments: Times are M-Thur. 9am - 5 pm; Fri. 9am- 10 pm; Sat. 9am - 8pm. ***** Equipment rentals are available at the Sundial Lodge. *****There is no minimum distance for Snowshoe Events. If you can walk, you can snowshoe but expect it to be a more physically demanding than walking.
Host Club: Mon Valley Trailblazers
Contact: Lori Lamberski (724) 858-5965
Website: www.monvalleytrailblazers.com
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