Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival to Return This Summer
The Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival will take place on June 11, 2022 at B Chord Brewing.
The Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival toasts the beauty of the Trail with tunes and talks, bites and brews. Enjoy live music, trail talks, kids’ activities, food and vendors. Talk with reps from environmental/hiking groups and take part in hands-on learning from cooking to nature printing. At this free, family-friendly event, we’ll celebrate the A.T. and other outdoor opportunities in the area.
Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival History
Round Hill, VA sits between two AT centers: Bears Den to the south and Blackburn to the north. When town leaders learned about the AT being in the town’s backyard, they decided celebrating it would be the best way to honor the oldest marked footpath in the country.
In 2019, the inaugural Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival took place and it was a blast for everyone. Unfortunately, the festival was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, but the town is excited to announce that it will be making its return in 2021.
2022 Festival Details
The festival will take place June 11, 2022. It returns to toast the beauty of the AT with brews, bites, tunes, and talks at B Chord Brewing in Round Hill, VA.
About: While the 2020 event had to be canceled due to the pandemic, we hope you joined us at the 2021 festival, where we celebrated the natural beauty of the A.T. and learned about protecting it. We had partner organizations (Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Potomac Appalachian Trail Club, Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia Master Naturalists, Piedmont Environmental Council) with displays about hiking, trail conservancy and more.
Venue: B Chord Brewing (34266 Williams Gap Rd., Round Hill, VA
If you are coming from out of town and want more details about the festival, feel free to reach out to [email protected] for more information on special hotel rates and basic festival information. You can also visit www.roundhillat.org for more details about the speakers, music, and sponsors of the festival.
This festival is free, family-friendly, and a great way to learn about and celebrate the AT!
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