(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) – Arlette Laan, the first woman known to hike all 11 National Scenic Trails is visiting Pinnacle Mountain State Park on Friday, Nov. 11, at noon. She will be available for media interviews at the park’s visitor center.
The Ozark Society, Central Arkansas Library System and other local partners brought Laan to Little Rock for a discussion earlier this week at Ron Robinson Theater. Laan is one of only a handful of people to complete the 18,000 miles of National Scenic Trails. In addition, she has hiked more than 35,000 miles in her lifetime.
For media inquiries, contact Monika Rued at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 501-412-0954.
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