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Join Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park for their Interpretive Programs for August! The first of the programs this month is the Pigeon Hill Hike on August 6 at 11 a.m.

“Presently, and as if by magic, there sprung from the earth a host of men, and in one long, waving line of blue the infantry advanced.”- General Samuel French.

Some of the toughest fighting of the war occurred on a small spur just below the dual-peaks of Kennesaw. This Ranger-led hike will describe the futile Union assault and the Confederate defense of Pigeon Hill.

Participants will meet at the Pigeon Hill parking area (GPS Coordinates: 33.963276, -84.594391) and will go up the rocky slope. The hike is moderate, so bring good shoes and plenty of water.