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    Doesn't bother me to keep it here if you want to.
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    Once everyone decides whats going on, we usually just leave it on the same thread the discussion was started on, just correct dates and place on first post if able. If doing two January hangs, than two separate threads would be ideal, addressing each one.

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    So sounds like we are doing Mohican on January 26, 27 at campsite 9? If this is correct, I'll create a new thread.

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    So, do we like the idea of parking at the campground office and either hiking along the river, or the mtb trail to the campsite? I think this sounds like a lot of fun. Especially if there is snow, a shorter hike like that would be great.

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    Great Ohio hike planning resource for those not aware of it: http://backpackohio.com/index.html

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    I might be in for my first hang. A quick google shows site 9 is down by the river, is that right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kun2112 View Post
    I might be in for my first hang. A quick google shows site 9 is down by the river, is that right?

    No, it's not by the river. Use the park and pack sites.

    1st stop is registration at the kiosk located in the parking lot of the maintenance garage. The address below is the Forestry Service Office directly across the street from the kiosk:

    950 Odnr Mohican 60
    Perrysville, OH 44864
    (419) 938-6222

    Next is the parking area at the camp site:
    849 Township Highway 3006
    Perrysville, OH 44864

    From I-71 (Southern) -
    Exit at Route 97 (Exit 165).
    Go East (Right) on 97 to Route 3.
    Go North (Left) on Route 3.
    Take Route 3 to Downtown Loudonville.
    Turn Left (West) on West Main Street.
    West Main Street turns into County Highway 2920.
    Take 2920 to County Road 917.
    Go Left (South) on 917.
    At the Triangle intersection of 917 and Co Rd 3006, turn left (East) on 3006.
    Co Rd 3006 dead-ends into the trailhead parking lot.

    From I-71 (Northern) -
    Exit at Route 39 (Exit 173).
    Go Left (East) on Route 39.
    39 will take you through Lucas and Perrysville.
    Just after you pass through Perrysville, 39 intersects with County Road 917.
    Turn Right (South) on County Road 917.
    At the Triangle intersection of 917 and Co Rd 3006, turn left (East) on 3006.
    Co Rd 3006 dead-ends into the trailhead parking lot.
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    I am going to head there friday night the 25th and stay until sunday the 27th, barring any catastrophe. Looking forward to getting out there! See you all at site 9.
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    Me too!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Brother Jeffrey View Post
    I am going to head there friday night the 25th and stay until sunday the 27th, barring any catastrophe. Looking forward to getting out there! See you all at site 9.
    Ditto...
    Let's hope for snow, just not 3 inchs Frida evening like last year.
    Directionally challenged...comicly so.

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    I'll watch this thread, but with Mt. Rogers the weekend priorit's not likely that I'll make this one. If anyone plans a trip for the second or third weekend in Feb let me know.
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