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dogs on leash

Amazing even in February! Lots of creek crossings and changes in terrain! Couldn't make the loop because we would have had to cross the raging river! Definitely will return.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

Some of the prettiest moss ever! Looks like middle earth

hiking
1 month ago

Wide muddy path. The summit register and area was nice and well maintained. Follow red "HP" markers. If you're a state highpointer, West Virginia hp is also just a couple hours away.

It needs a few more blazes as we had to stop and scan a few times. But this trail was beautiful and well worth the sweat. We were the only ones on the trail today. The oasis of the train stop was great! If you walk along the tracks, be wary of the train during excursion season- the trail gets pretty close.

hiking
2 months ago

Really rocky even in the flat sections. Lost the trail at the first real creek crossing but eventually found it again.

camping
2 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

I loved table rock. It was well worth the easy hike.

hiking
3 months ago

We did not see the rattlesnakes or the mud. What we did see was beautiful scenery. Especially the view from Table Rock.

hiking
3 months ago

hiking
3 months ago

Very easy out and back trail in Blackwater Falls State Park. Suitable for dogs (on leash or under owner's control), kids, and my moderately fit 74 year old mother. Relatively flat, with a couple of small hills. There are rocks and tree roots on the path, so it is definitely a hike, versus a walk. Path wanders through the forests of Blackwater Falls and ends at gorgeous views of the gullies. Stacked stones mark the turn off to the views.

hiking
3 months ago

Great Hike!! Terrible directions ... walked for three miles trying to find the trail head.. once we found the trail head the hike was a blast!!

hiking
4 months ago

hiking
4 months ago

The directions given by the app are ok...until you start looking for the trail head. My GPS tried to get me to go down some private driveways. The trailhead is right on Beulah Rd on the right. Blink and you will miss it. It is only marked by a small hiking sign about 25' from a wide spot in the road, which is where I parked. The sign at the trail head says .5 miles to High Falls...that is only to the High Falls Trail. The trail is rocky and rooty, so wear some good shoes with ankle support, and a little mucky in some spots. Great hike, with some great views!

hiking
4 months ago

This trail is a wonderful walk back in time to view nature relatively undisturbed.

hiking
4 months ago

Short 3.4 mile trail that runs along the top of burner mountain. Follows an old four-wheeler path that is easy to follow. A very nice stroll trough the woods. Lots of leaves changing colors in mid October. Keep an eye out for wildlife though. Did see various piles of animal droppings including a bear.

backpacking
4 months ago