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2013 Special Events

BrewRidge Music Festival
Opening Weekend - May 4

Road Scholar: Secrets of the Scarlet Tanager: Birding at Mountain Lake
May 12-17

Mountains of Misery
May 26

Road Scholar: Day Hikes Along the Appalachian Trail
June 2-7, Sept 8-13

Eastern Divide Ultra 50K
June 22

Road Scholar: Stories, Songs & Walks: The Appalachian Experience
July 14-19, Oct 13-18

Women's Wellness Weekend
August 16-18

Road Scholar: New River Outdoor Adventure
August 18-23

Mountain Top Trot
Oct 12

Road Scholar: Astronomy- The Universe & Beyond
Sept 15-20, Oct 20-25

Our Programs

The Mountain Lake Conservancy is excited to announce improved, continued programs as well as some new and exciting programs for 2013! Our trail system is open up for year-round access for the community and now pet friendly on most trails (leashed!), and we are offering a variety of programs for the community and day-use groups throughout the season.

Road Scholar
In the 2013 early season, we are offering a variety of daily naturalist programs. We will be adding to these programs offerings as the peak summer season approaches. See our flyer here!

Special Events and Fundraisers
The Mountain Lake Conservancy is hosting several special events to entertain the surrounding community and in partnership with local organizations. Fundraiser events for the Conservancy include the 6th Annual BrewRidge Music Festival in May, the Eastern Divide Ultra in Pembroke held in June, and the Mountain Top Trot Trail Run/Hike in the Fall.

Road Scholar
In the 2013 season, we are offering ten different Road Scholar programs from May until October. Check out upcoming 2013 Road Scholar programs along with registration information.

The MLC manages and protects the 2,600 acres of Mountain Lake property and has developed some new Gamelands programs to maintain the health of our whitetail deer population.  Since we are a private property, the deer could potentially find a refuge virtually free of predators within our borders, which could lead to overpopulation and the myriad of environmental programs related therein. We have developed some exciting new ways to manage our resources while keeping a sharp focus on our mission.


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