In Porter County, the new “Diana’s Dare” hiking challenge kicks off at Indiana Dunes National Park via a virtual event this week. Those interested can learn about the new trail experience and why the park has renamed a West Beach sand dune in honor of the legendary Diana of the Dunes. Park officials say it’s an opportunity to get a preview of the challenging new trail experience and learn more about the life and legacy of Alice Mabel Gray, who later became known as “Diana of the Dunes”. See a preview of a selfie station and the trail’s views of Lake Michigan. The Diana’s Dare Trail Challenge is made possible through a partnership between Indiana Dunes Tourism, the Friends of Indiana Dunes and Indiana Dunes National Park. This online presentation is free and there’s no need to register – just go to the national park’s Facebook page: IndianaDunesNPS at 2:00 pm Central Time on March 25th. For more information on this or other programs at Indiana Dunes National Park, call the visitor center’s information line at 219-395-1882.