The map the PCNA’s 570 acre natural area on the city’s northwest side is displayed on the colorful bandana available for sale. Each 20″ square bandana is 100% cotton and available in either red, blue, white or yellow. The map was created by cartographer, Kenny Skrobanek and shows the three trail heads at Craddock, Prospect and Hunter.
While the map is not designed as the only navigation tool, the bandana is helpful in listing all the approved trails that course through the area including the 4.1 mile Dante’s Trail, the longest of the 10 trails. An exciting addition to the map is the elevation changes throughout the natural area. Mountain bikers and hikers alike will appreciate the graphic display of elevation and dry creek streams which equate to a rocky surface and a challenging adventure.
The bandanas will be available at the annual meeting January 26 at the Price Center. If you can’t wait that long check out the Saturday farmers’ market on the Square for sale by cooperating vendors. A limited number of bandanas are available for sale at $10 each.