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The Old Dominion Appalachian Trail Club

The Old Dominion Appalachian Trail Club (ODATC) is an organization of individuals and trail-related organizations who meet to recreate in the outdoors in various ways as well as act as stewards of a portion of the Appalachian Trail and the public lands it runs through.  Our recreational  endeavors focus on hiking in Virginia but includes biking, paddling and touring as well.   While the majority of our events occur in Virginia our only true limits are what members wish to limit themselves to. Learn more              

News Flash--Wilderness First Aid Training


A combined Wilderness First Aid Training and CPR course is being made available through Landmark Learning.  Course dates are Friday, April 12th through Sunday, April 14.  Click here for the full course description and enrollment details. 



THE ODATC EXPERIENCE - CURRENT ISSUES AND ANNOUNCEMENTS


The Appalachian Trail Conservancy and the City of Roanoke Parks and Recreation are partnering together to offer a Leave No Trace Master Educator Course in Carvins Cove!

This five-day course will be based at the Carvins Cove Natural Reservoir. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the seven principles of Leave No Trace, and will be able to disseminate these low impact skills to others. Master Educator Courses are designed for educators, guides, volunteers, agency employees and other outdoor professionals.

Successful graduates of the Master Educator Course gain skills to teach Leave No Trace techniques and ethics to their clients, friends and family in a variety of settings - such as schools, camps, parks, wilderness and front country areas.

Space is limited! For more information contact:        Kathryn Herndon-Powell:  kherndon@appalachiantrail.org, 540.904.4393, or the City of Roanoke Parks and Recreation Department at 540.853.2236, www.playroanoke.com

For more information click  here









  


T-shirt & Bandanna

Availability...

We have had great success in members purchasing the T-shirts and bandannas that were available at the 08 January General Meeting. Let's give a shout-out to Jenni Pendergrass and Jim Hunt for their efforts!  Soon all of these sizes will be ready to order:  M  L  XL  XXL  (Sorry, no Small).

Look for this announcement to change when items are in stock and ready for shipment to you. 

The links appearing below will become functional only at that time.  

. Microsoft Word Doc Order Form With Embedded Spreadsheet 

2. Adobe .pdf Order Form (non-editable)





A.T. VISTA 2020

SAVE THE DATE!

July 31,2020 - August 3, 2020

Location:  Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ

What is an A.T. VISTA?

To provide a forum for the engagement of activities on and near the Appalachian Trail, offering hiking, educational, cultural, and historical learning programs, working with trail clubs, local communities, and nearby partner organizations.

A.T. Vista aims to be recognized as THE forum for engagement of all who cherish the future of the Appalachian Trail’s protection, stewardship, and connection of the human spirit with nature while increasing participation from younger and diverse members.

Hike, Learn, Play. 

  • Hike - hiking and other trail-related excursions, such as bird watching
  • Learn - educational opportunities of A.T. Vista at workshops.
  • Play - meeting new friends, seeing old acquaintances, and engaging in evening entertainment or excursions.

For more Information, visit www.atvista.org


The ODATC Mission

The construction and maintenance of foot trails for hikers, including the Appalachian Trail between Reids Gap and Rockfish Gap.

The provision of excursions on such trails or other areas. 

Offering educational activities related to the need for preserving the great outdoors. 


Old Dominion Appalachian Trail Club (c). 
P.O. Box 25283 
Richmond, VA 23260-5283
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