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    Bryan Stallard reviewed Hope Furnace Trail to the Bobcat Trail

    5 months ago

    I hiked only a portion of this from Habron trail to Greenbriar trail. Pretty views of lake where it makes you feel like your no longer in Ohio at points. The trail splits a couple points so pay close attention to signs.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Red Oak Trail

    5 months ago

    Nothing spectacular with this this trail. It’s a less traveled shortcut from the campsites to Habron/Bobcat/Copper trail. It intersects immediately after you hop a stream at a point that that doesn’t show 100% exact to the map. The key is walk a bit further to the north and there the more signs for Habron.

    Bryan Stallard completed Red Oak Trail

    5 months ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Copperhead Trail and Wildcat Trail Loop

    5 months ago

    Hiked this trail on 5.13.18. Nice hike. The maps in the park are not exact so you’ll need use your best judgement in some sections where trails intersect or split but aren’t parked. You’ll cross some small streams and move around downed trees. A hike if properly timed can be capped with a trip through greenbrier trail up the Lake Hope Lodge for some excellent food and drinks. Enjoy!

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Blendon Woods Loop

    about 1 year ago

    I've hiked this short trail many times. It's quite the gem especially considering it's location. Deer and turkey frequent the trail. There is plenty of poison ivy along the sides of the paths so keep an eye out for that also. Easy relaxing hike.

    Bryan Stallard completed Blendon Woods Loop

    about 1 year ago

    Bryan Stallard saved Char Mar

    about 1 year ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath

    almost 2 years ago

    Unless you're on a bike I wouldn't suggest taking this trail. I hiked it and dealt with bikes almost nonstop from both directions.

    Bryan Stallard completed Ohio and Erie Canal Towpath

    almost 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Spruce Knob - West Virginia Highpoint

    almost 2 years ago

    12 mile drive to the top. Beautiful views to stop and take photos. 17 miles if you want to stop at the lake and go for a hike or fish. Enjoy.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Seneca Rocks Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Great trail. Easy hike if you're good with going uphill the whole time. Views at the top are stunning. Once you hit the top end of he trail you have the option to start climbing the rocks to some beautiful views. It is dangerous at this point so be careful and enjoy!

    Bryan Stallard completed Seneca Rocks Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Cades Cove Loop Road

    about 2 years ago

    Biking this trail was overall a really enjoyable experience. If you so choose this more enjoyable method keep in mind the following things. It can have a ton of cars and motorcycles on it which you feel obligated to let pass as you'll be moving much slower up some of the very strenuous climbs uphill. There is some pretty steep downhill parts that you'll be moving nearly 30 mph on. If your not cautious and using your breaks to regulate your speed you could end up getting flown out via helicopter as some lady did earlier that same day because of a bad wreck. We did see a black bear and along with many gorgeous views and old churches.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Cucumber Gap and Little River Loop Trail

    about 2 years ago

    This hike was pretty easy. We hiked about 2 miles into it and the 5 of us had wine on a huge rock in the middle of the river. This was certainly one of the highlights of the trip.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Andrew's Bald Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Enjoyable hike. Nice scenic trail. It is pretty rocky and there is a lot of steps. The Bald at the end of the trail is a nice place to rest, read a book or take a break to eat. The hike back is more challenging due to having to go back uphill. Totally worth it.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Clingmans Dome Observation Tower Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Strenuous 15-20 minutes to get to the top. Funny how people get frustrated at their 3 year old kids for having trouble hiking themselves up the trail. Smh... Plan on carrying them most of the way. The views are well worth the efforts.

    Bryan Stallard completed East & West Rim Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard completed Cades Cove Loop Road

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard completed Andrews Bald Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard saved Grotto Falls Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard saved Chimney Tops Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard saved Little River Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard completed Cedar Falls Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Zaleski State Forest Day Loop Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Backpacked 5ish miles in and camped over night and then another 5ish out. The trails are well taken care for the most part. Crossed a lot of water on the way out as we took a different way. If you don't have a map you can end up taking a wrong trial and inadvertently double the length of your trip. The camping area is pretty large but still filled to the brim with others by evening. Good practice trail if your looking to build up to something more. You will get a workout.

    Bryan Stallard followed Liz Kay

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard completed Zaleski South Loop Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed General Sherman Tree Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Unforgettable. Must go.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Mount Franklin Trail

    about 2 years ago

    2 mile trail back to the south side of the island from Greenstone ridge. Tough hiking on the northern half as you're traveling down hill for a while. I took this trial on my last day in Isle Royale and was moving quickly as I was ready to try and catch a ferry to leave. I recall this trail about midway became hard to identify. We ended up hiking 100 meters or so in the wrong direction at one point. I don't recall any water sources on the northern half of the trail but there is some on the southern half.

    Bryan Stallard completed Mount Franklin Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Lane Cove Trail

    about 2 years ago

    The southern half the 2.4 miles trail is pretty tough as it is coming off of Greenstone Ridge. Not the most scenic of the trails but it takes you to a nice camping area in Lane Cove. The camping area in my opinion is the highlight of this hike. You'll be right on the water with a chance to get into Lake Superior. (extremely cold water btw) The red foxes and squirrels in Lane Cove will steal your food so watch out. :)

    Bryan Stallard completed Lane Cove Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Greenstone Ridge Trail

    about 2 years ago

    I backpacked this trail from Mt. Ojibway to Lane Cove trail. (2.8 M) Near this intersection it is Mount Franklin. This lookout provided me my greatest memory of the entire trip to Isle Royal. It was between 10PM -midnight which I first saw the Northern Lights or the Aurora Borealis. Simply unforgettable. As mentioned below, there is no access to water in this area so make sure you carry more than what you think you'll need. Enjoy.

    Bryan Stallard reviewed Greenstone Ridge Trail

    about 2 years ago