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wandern
21 hours ago

Extra trail for crashed plane

Definitely one to do during a different season. Great views.

love running this trail when I visit family. despite rain the previous day, the trail was well maintained. only a few slippery spots coming down the hill on the other side.

Definitely not a walk on the wild side. Flip-flops would be appropriate footwear on this trail. Lots of trees but no access, the trail is completely paved, no red mud anymore.

wandern
2 days ago

Love it! Great changes in scenery and the creek creates pretty spots to splash in if it’s hot out

wandern
sturmholz
überwachsen
3 days ago

So...this trail is def lost and forgotten if not gone completely. the trail head is not hard to find if you read the description but past the damn...it's not marked at all and completely grown over plus fallen down trees galor. I made my way out following the map and my trusty compass making my own path through the woods to get safely back to my starting point. Def gonna have to check me and the pup for ticks and other various critters after that hike. Thank God it's been too cold for snakes...

Nice trail with a gradual 1000 feet increase in elevation to Molly's Knob Summitt and Vista. My Fitbit showed 2.4 miles up and 2.4 back down. Trails are marked well. I hiked it January 2020 when trees were bare and more to view while hiking up. It would be hard if you are not use to continue a gradual incline. Paths are clear and easy to walk no rocks in the way. Easy coming down of course.

Backpacked the loop clockwise starting from the west end. Had to bushwack from Jeremy's lane to avoid postings. I don't recommend that way... not worth the trouble. I'll park on Skyline Drive next time. Loved the hike and camping near the creek. I did 18 water crossings in total... Had to wade through once. The crossover from Jeremy's Run to Knob Mountain Trail is probably about 1/4 mile upstream from what it shows on this map.

wandern
steinig
3 days ago

its got to be one of the best mile hikes. climbing over the rocks were so much fun and the views are spectacular. but if you have small kids or kids that just won't listen don't bring them on this trail. there is so many ways a kid could hurt themselves or even die. even if an adult is careless can end a good day quickly. there is so many different variations of the rocks you have to climb so be smart and take it slow and enjoy this wonderful trail.

i liked this trail but it may be a little tough coming back up for some if they are not use it elevation gains in a short distance. i was kind of surprised the falls had this much water in January. a really nice falls on a short trail makes this a must do and bring the kids. they'll love it. the skyline drive has so much more to offer than just a drive.

wandern
steinig
5 days ago

Nice trail that is clearly marked and wide. In some places it is rocky and steep, but the payoff at the tower is remarkable.

wandern
5 days ago

Great trail and a great workout. Crucial to have proper hiking shoes as it can be a little rocky. Took us about 45 min to an hour to reach the summit. The view is stunning. Definitely want to take plenty of pictures.

wandern
5 days ago

This is a fun river park with a main wide loop and several side forks. You can walk on a smaller trail directly next to the river (and it’s possible you’ll see a barge) or on the paths through the woods. Lots of great swimming during the warm months.

wandern
5 days ago

Excellent for walking with a stroller. Nice lake views too!

wandern
schlammig
steinig
5 days ago

Beautiful hike, even in the winter. Multiple “rock hops”. Once you reach the top, you can go to the east or west overlooks (We did both, since it’s only a short hike either way.) East was our favorite. Spectacular views and some cool rocks to climb down to.

So much to explore! Great trail walking and perfect hide-and-seeking fun to be had by the kids. please bring your own doggie bags to clean up after your pups as there are none on site.

wandern
schlammig
sturmholz
5 days ago

great place to take a walk in the forest , u have to pay attention as the map on the kiosk does not have trail names , but the sign post at most intersections do have names , Humm don't know why , but what is good about this.place is it does not draw a ton of crowds , it is mainly a hunting site but offers a lot more to the nature oriented person , I recommend using a GPS , I used maprica on my phone , it kept me going in the right direction , makes for a cool adventure , I logged 6.5 miles and will be going back now as I learned the loop , and will be checking out more trails , I went in the winter and right after deer season , so I believe the trails might be over grown in the middle of the summer as u can see fresh bush hogging was done . so I recommend it during the winter right after deer season , lots of cool steam crossings and an old grave yard on the property also from an old homestead , farm from back in the day , the site says primitive camping so u can bet I will.be checking that out also as well

Almost 70 degrees in January - we just had to get out of the house for a quick hike. First time on this loop. If was very enjoyable! Definitely recommend this hike!

wandern
schlammig
5 days ago

This park is lovely. The trail runs along the potomac river so you have a nice view of the water while you hike. The park is clean, taken care of, and trails are clearly marked. This trail is easy and the park is very public. Great for families, or someone looking for a safe place to hike solo. Good experience overall.

wandern
5 days ago

Crabtree falls trail up and back with Christine Austin summer and Kallan

This is a nice trail system that offers a variety of views and optional directions to take. From the first intersection of Mustang Trail and Thompson Creek Trail we went left. The trail meanders through the forest and at one point you get a nice view of the creek. This hike was on 1.12.2021 so the views will likely be different in different seasons. There are a couple of water crossings, all of which have permanent bridge structures or are easily crossed on rocks. Once we got to the Thompson Creek and White Tail Ridge Trail intersection, we took White Tail. This takes you to a higher elevation and deeper into the forest. (The Thompson Creek Trail would cut some time off your hike. It continues down to the creek and skirts the creek which is a nice view). We eventually looped back up to the Thompson Creek Trail leading us back to the Mustang Trail and back to the parking area. All trail intersections are clearly marked with permanent signs and the trail itself is well-maintained and easy to navigate. There are some muddy areas after a good rain. And there is horse traffic, more or less depending on weather, etc. The app marked our hike complete at 2.7 miles (just before we got back to the Mustang Trail/Thompson Creek intersection). Actual mileage starting at the Mustang Trail trailhead at the parking lot and back was 3.2 miles.

wandern
schlammig
5 days ago

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