We are a non-profit volunteer-run group who welcomes newcomers to join us on all hikes. Our aim is “to promote the enjoyment of the outdoors, teach outdoor ethics, and encourage the conservation of air, woods, waters and wildlife in general.”

We specialize in hikes that challenge all skill levels and fulfill the varied interests of our hikers. Hiking options include wildflower and photography hikes and backpacking trips. We also participate in trail maintenance in local state parks and have a variety of social gatherings throughout the year.

Come hike with the Greenville Natural History Association to meet interesting people and enjoy the outdoors.

MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION/RENEWAL FORM

GNHA Meetup Web Site

Click here for our GNHA Hiking Club Meetup website.  Every member is encouraged to join.  You can RSVP for upcoming hikes, see who else has RSVPed, see member profiles, send email to members and see photos and the hike calendar.

Welcome to our 2014 Sponsor:

Latest Additions

Photo Albums & Hike Reports

November 29 Pinnacle Mountain and West Escarpment-Terry Bolt

November 15 Shining Rock Easy Way-Roger Walker

November 12 Stumphouse Tunnel Issaqueena Falls Video-Ursula Tull

November 9 Table Rock and Stool Hike Report-Bev Parlier

November 8 Camp Old Indian Photo Album-Ron Blake

November 8 Camp Old Indian Hike Report-Joe Hayden

Hiking Tips

Do Not Get Left in the Cold

A Cup of Joe

Click here for Table Rock Webcam

 

GNHA ARCHIVE

The scrapbooks of the GNHA from 1968-2008, have been placed and are on display at the Greenville Historical Society 211 E. Washington St., Greenville. The hours are 9-12 Mondays and Wednesdays, and 1-5 PM on Thursdays, 233-4103. These books contain our photos, hike write-ups, membership rosters and hike schedules from 1968-2008.

 

 

 

 
 
 
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