The Lawrence Hopewell Path (LHT) announce the 2020-21 Journey to the Moon, a digital occasion that brings LHT followers collectively to collectively hike and bike 238,000 miles to the moon.
Journey to the Moon was launched to the LHT’s loyal social media followers on Oct. 2 to rejoice the primary of this month’s two full moons, and can run by means of March 1, 2021.
The occasion hopes to rally followers and mates to collectively log sufficient miles to journey from the earth to the moon. That 238,000-mile journey is a bit daunting, so every earth mile can be recorded in “LHT Miles.” Every LHT mile will equal 22 miles, or the size of the LHT, making the digital journey 10,818 LHT miles in size, in response to a press release offered by occasion organizers.
Members can log miles on or off the LHT by biking, strolling, jogging, skating, strolling the canine, and even from a treadmill or spin bike. All ages and health ranges are welcome, and teams are inspired.
Members can log their miles utilizing the Journey to the Moon uploader and consider the Journey to the Moon tracker to verify collective progress. They’re additionally invited to observe the Journey to the Moon Fb Group for updates, enjoyable information, and to share progress #LHTJourneytotheMoon
Over the approaching weeks the LHT will supply private mileage trackers, fundraising alternatives, a sequence of enjoyable information and popular culture trivia by means of their Fb, Instagram and Twitter feeds.
Journey to the Moon was created as a method to foster connection and encourage path use regardless of the COVID-19 pandemic, which compelled the LHT to cancel its annual Full Moon Experience, in response to the assertion.
The Lawrence Hopewell Path (LHT) is a 22+ mile bicycle and pedestrian path and transportation hall by means of private and non-private land in Lawrence and Hopewell townships. The Lawrence Hopewell Path Company is a nonprofit group that relies on the neighborhood for assist. The LHT is a key member of the Circuit Trails, an 800-mile community of bicycle and pedestrian trails connecting individuals to jobs, communities, and parks within the Better Philadelphia Area. For extra details about the LHT, go to www.lhtrail.org.