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CAMN Installs Interpretive Plaques at Pinnacle Mountain Print
Central Arkansas Master Naturalists
Written by Bill Toland   

 

 

Interpretative plaques are being installed on the West Summit Trail at Pinnacle Mountain State Park. Metal post, plaques, cement, water, and tools needed to be carried up the steep trails to get some of these plaques in place. Did I mention 92 humid degrees ? Erin Schoen, Dave Schroeder, Bert Turner, and Bill Toland got the process started with the first two of four being installed.


The final two ( at the top!) will be installed next. Trail markers will also be repaired and blazes freshened up. Thousands of people hike up this trail annually to see the 360 degree panoramic view of central Arkansas. The interpretative information supplied should make the hike more worthwhile and gives you an excuse to stop and catch your breath while you are reading it. This project was initiated by Maryanne Stansbury , former Interpreter at PMSP

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 28 August 2014 09:58
 
Author of this article: Bill Toland

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