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    Bradley Hoppe completed Devil's Hole

    17 days ago

    Bradley Hoppe completed Franklin Gulf Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Bradley Hoppe reviewed Ludlowville Falls

    2 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe completed Ludlowville Falls

    2 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe reviewed Taughannock Falls

    2 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe completed Taughannock Falls

    2 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe completed Hunter's Creek Park

    3 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe completed Gorge Trail

    4 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe reviewed Bear Caves Mount Seneca Trail

    4 months ago

    Hiked part of the trail with a 3 and 5 year old. Made it in about a mile, just past the “cave.” Cool rock formations throughout. Would definitely like to get back here again ... cool hike.

    Bradley Hoppe saved Half Dome Trail

    4 months ago

    Bradley Hoppe reviewed Charlies Bunion via Appalachian Trail

    4 months ago

    Well marked trail with great views. Not too difficult. Would definitely do this one again.

    Bradley Hoppe reviewed Dunraven Pass to Mt. Washburn Trail

    4 months ago

    Hiked this in a near blizzard mid-June 2018. The trail had just opened, so there was still considerable snow on the trail, particularly near the summit. The fresh snow throughout the hike added a few more inches. The views were largely obstructed by the snowy conditions, but the trail was in great shape and presented one hell of a challenge and experience. Would love to do it again in better conditions with views of the park.

    Bradley Hoppe reviewed Lake Solitude via Lake Solitude and Cascade Canyon Trail

    4 months ago

    Excellent hike. Did this one in mid-June 2018. Great views throughout, particularly after the junction. Ran into a lot of snow about 1.5 miles from Lake Solitude, but doable with poles. The lake was mostly frozen over, but the views ...