Bandit Trails in Eastern Oklahoma
SN: 121181 - 2022
Previous event - 178 DAYS AGO
Starting Sat, Apr 2nd, 2022 for 1 day
Start table open: 9 am to 11 am; off the trails by 1 pm.
The address/location to the start table for mapping services such as Google or Siri is as follows:
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Mayflower - 400th Anniversary Walk
Rockin' Around the Clock
Town Halls / City Halls
Walking with America's Veterans
This is the first walk of a 4-walk weekend! This walk is in Sequoyah County. Sallisaw is the county seat of Sequoyah County. Sallisaw derived its name from the French word meaning "salt meat" or "sale provisions". Salt deposits along the streams in this area furnished salt used by buffalo hunters and early settlers to preserve meat. Sequoyah County was named after Cherokee citizen, Sequoyah, who created the Cherokee Syllabary. At the startpoint, see the 14 Flags Horse, which represents the 14 flags that have flown over the State of Oklahoma. The second walk of the day is in Poteau, only 36 miles away!
Rating: 1A, Distance: 5, 10km
Restrooms available at the library after 9 am.
Awards: IVV CREDIT ONLY
Driving to the start
101 East Cherokee Avenue Sallisaw, OK 74955 Phone: 918-775-4481 Startpoint will be at the gazebo on the West end of the library; please park at parking lot on East side of library. From I-40 from the West: take Exit 308 for US-59 toward Sallisaw/Poteau. Turn Left onto US-59 N/S Kerr Blvd. Turn Right onto W. Cherokee Avenue to 101 E. Cherokee Avenue, the startpoint. From I-40 from the East: take Exit 311 for US 64 toward Sallisaw/Stilwell. Turn Right onto US W/E Cherokee Avenue to 101 E. Cherokee Avenue, the startpoint.
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Tulsa Walking Club (AVA-0291)
Event website: sites.google.com/site/tulsawalkingclub
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