Down the Island and Back Again 2013: a Bull Island Hike
Saturday, February 9, 2013 8:00AM – 4PM
Depart from Garris Landing, and return from Bull Island.
I will lead a hike that covers the entire pristine beach of Bull Island, and travels back along some of the island’s most wildlife-rich impoundments. The Bull Island ferry Island Cat will transport participants from Garris Landing to the island and back. The walk’s route begins at Price’s Inlet on the south end of the island, heads north along the beach to the Boneyard and the Northeast Point, turns and enters the road system along the Jacks Creek impoundment, winds through Alligator Alley, and finishes back at the public dock. This long walk covers over eleven miles. There will be a planned stop for lunch at the Boneyard, and stops at other points of interest. This expedition’s duration will be a full day, and will require a level of fitness for participants. See map for the path on the island. The proceeds from this event will benefit the Loggerhead Turtle program in Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge via the SEWEE Association.
For reservation and fee information, visit the Coastal Expeditions page about this hike.