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A Weekend in the Cohuttas

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October 17th-19th, 2008

Join your SORBA friends for a full weekend of fun or a day of riding in North Georgia's famed Cohutta region of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest, hosted by the Upper Chattahoochee Cycling Club (UC3). Bunk or camp at Mulberry Gap Bunkhouse Inn and Camping, and ride some of the sweetest singletrack in Georgia on the Bear Creek and Pinhoti Trails.

We're fun, flexible folks, so a few options for the weekend are available--just be prepared to have a good time with your SORBA friends. If you play guitar or banjo, bring it along, and entertain your friends in the evenings!

Bunkhouse space is limited, so register early! Send an email to the UC3 Chapter to reserve your space today! Include your name, phone number, number in your party, and which option you choose in your email.

Mulberry Gap Bunkhouse Inn and Camping is located outside of Ellijay, Georgia on Conesauga Road (FS 8). Visit www.mulberrygap.com for more information about this great destination!

Full weekend in a bunkhouse: Food, fun, friends! Socialize Friday, ride Saturday, and do your own thing on Sunday. The weekend starts off with a Low Country Boil on Friday night. Rides commence at 10 a.m. Saturday morning, accommodating beginner to advanced riders. BBQ dinner starts at 5 p.m. Saturday evening. Set your own agenda for Sunday.

Your weekend package includes bunkhouse lodging Friday and Saturday nights, meals, plus use of all facilities (hot tub, bathhouse (8 showers, total), bath linens and robes, bunk beds with fresh linens on the day of your arrival, fire pits, and use of dining hall for games, gatherings, or relaxing).

Meals: Low country boil on Friday evening, Southern breakfast Saturday, BBQ dinner Saturday, and Southern breakfast Sunday morning. Lunches are not included in the weekend package, but a cold-cut lunch is available for an additional $8.00. You can also choose to bring your own lunch and snacks.

Cost: $140.

Camping is available! If you prefer to camp, the cost is $10 per person, per night. You can bring your own food, or buy your meals.