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Man and Woman

Meet Elsie, our first physically disabled rider. Our guides had the pleasure of taking her out this past week and had a BLAST! Elsie has had MS for 29 years and what’s called “drop foot” – her entire left leg does not pick-up so she must use arm crutches to walk. Our guides took Elsie on our introductory course which includes the first three zips and a 45 ft repel to the ground. She had no problem and LOVED it.

“Once we got me hooked up on the cables I felt the most secure I have in a long time knowing I was not going to fall… it was breathtaking – liberating! Because I was not relying on my feet or balance or anything. That’s the first time in many years that I have felt like I was not going to fall… that is the best feeling in the world.”
– Elsie T.

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Join us and Bluegrass Greensource as we give our property some much need TLC! Hard to believe, but our site was once an unofficial dump. There are many bottles, cans, etc left over from the past 50 years. All equipment needed will be provided! Click “SIGN UP” for more details.

  • When? October 21st 10am – 2pm
  • Where? 8291 Old Richmond Rd. Lexington, KY 40515
  • How? We encourage you to register online by clicking the button below

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Old-growth forests are a rarity in the Inner Bluegrass region of KY! Old Growth means a forest that has not undergone any major unnatural changes (such as logging) for more than 100 to 150 years, contains young, mature and standing dead trees (snags) and provides a home for a diversity of wildlife species.We are lucky to have several old hardwoods on our property including Chief, the white oak on our course who is over 300 years old! Seen below:


Foracliff’s Trails End Open House

We will be down the road at Floracliff Nature Sanctuary on October 28th! Join us and the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund in celebrating the Trail’s End addition to Floracliff Nature Sanctuary. For this event, Floracliff will be open to the public. Trails will still be open only through guided hikes. Multiple guided hikes will be offered in the morning and afternoon as well as other programs and activities, including our interactive booth, in and around the Trail’s End Lodge. Pre-registration is required!

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$10 off Tuesdays

Fall Special – Buy 3 get 1 FREE – Wednesdays & Thursdays

Peak Fall Foliage : Mid-Late October
*Reservations recommended

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