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  1. Get your Zen on! South River Falls - SNP AT

  2. Last Mile

    I rejoined the trail on 01 June following yet an other injury - big toe tendinitis that led to new boots that led to PF that led to new boots that created arch issues that led to new boots: Lowa made in Germany and purchased at REI in Atlanta. Mixed in that calendar sequence was my father's funeral and minor surgery. All totaled a whopping 81-days off trail.

    i resumed the hike at Uncle Johnny's hostel and carried on for a total of 126 hiking days. All was chronicled at HikeWithJAXDAD.Wordpress.com. ...

    Updated 10-26-2017 at 14:04 by MadRanger

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  3. Hightop Mountain, Hut, and Springs - Appalachian Trail - Shenandoah National Park


    This was a great hike in the Shenandoah National Park, from South River Picnic Area to Hightop Hut. It is approximately 13 miles round trip and has a couple persistent uphill sections of climb.
    As usual, I’ve posting some videos showing the trail, the shelter, legal campsites along this section of trail, and more importantly (to me) the springs. 😊
    The Hightop Hut is a fairly standard 3 sided structure with an internal mezzanine ...
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  4. Bearfence Hut, Spring, Scramble, and Alpha Gal


    This was a great hike in the Shenandoah National Park, from Big Meadows Campground to Bearfence Hut. It is approximately 15 miles round trip and has very little elevation gain / loss. I’d list this as being moderate if you include the “scramble”. More information on the scramble part of the hike can be found here: https://www.nps.gov/shen/bearfence.htm As usual, I’ve posting some videos showing the trail, the shelter, legal campsites along this ...

    Updated 09-19-2017 at 05:01 by Kaptainkriz

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  5. Hike the "MST In A Day" - Sept 9, 2017

    Quote Originally Posted by Curious G View Post
    I'd like to sign up for any section which can be bicycled because they're actually bike paths. It doesn't matter which flat paved incredibly long section without water or services of any kind it is, though I'd prefer the ones away from high density population centers or cities if there are any. Are there any? I guess Asheville would be alright as it is at least close to the mountains near a real trail and the homeless folks are pretty cool unlike the hungrier ones near Winston Salem Durham Raleigh
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