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    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Devil's Marbleyard Via Belfast Trail

    28 days ago

    This was a fun trail, completed with our 5,7, and 11 year olds. Note, if you are following this recording, the Marbleyard is about the halfway point, we did not spend much time on the boulders and headed to the ridge for a snack break.

    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Track - Mar 14, 12:42 PM

    4 months ago

    This was a nice hike for the mileage. If you start at the road as described, you basically have a decent hill climb, and then a ridge walk with moderate ups and downs. This was a good hike for getting in some longer miles without excessive elevation.

    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Bridal Trail to Shawnee Backpacking Trail Loop

    5 months ago

    We put this loop together to take in the Copperhead Firetower and Camp 1 of the Backpack trail. Overall a scenic woods walk and not too steep. Several Creek crossings, and the bottom area of the bridle trail was a bit muddy. We startled a coyote just below the water source where the bridle trail and backpack trail meet. You could opt for more out and back instead of using the roads for a loop.

    Craig & Heather DeAtley followed Levi Porter

    6 months ago

    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Shawnee Backpacking Trail Camp 6 Loop

    6 months ago

    This was a great day hike! Plenty of enjoyable hiking along the creek, and camp #6 would be a nice spot for lunch if you had the time. Lots of moderate walking, so the entire trail is not too difficult outside of the couple of hill climbs. Take a look at the elevations and determine how you might want to tackle this loop.

    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Track - Jan 20, 01:08 PM

    6 months ago

    The Yellow Buckeye trail is part of the Gladys Riley Goldenstar Lily Nature Preserve. The trail features switchbacks that wind up the hill and then down around the loop. Near the top you can see a nice view of the valley around Scioto Brush Creek. This is a tremendous place for spring wildflowers. There is another trail that is a 1.25 mile loop that can easily be explored at the same time. If you enjoy this trail, please consider donating to preservation at arcofappalachia.org.

    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Doyles River Falls Trail

    7 months ago

    This was a fun trail in June. Not too bad with the kids.

    Craig & Heather DeAtley reviewed Van Hook Falls and Cane Creek Valley

    8 months ago

    this was a great trail! had plenty to keep the kids engaged.