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    Elisha Peregino completed Sprague Lake Trail

    4 months ago

    Elisha Peregino completed Royal Gorge Trail

    5 months ago

    Elisha Peregino reviewed Mount Bonnell Trail

    5 months ago

    Many steps but the view is worth it. Wasn't too too busy but made hard to get photos without other people jumping in them. The view was stunning as you can see a lot and pretty far.

    Elisha Peregino reviewed Hawk Rock via Appalachian Trail

    5 months ago

    I hike this a few times each years. Stunning in the fall and the gorgeous greens in the spring are worth the climb. Week day early evenings aren't too busy but weekends get crowded. Typical PA rocks on the trail and some of the climb can get steep at parts. Totally worth the views, fresh air and wildlife. Make sure you check for ticks as I've found a few after this trail. Mostly shaded by trees which is nice and keeps it cooler in the summer.

    Elisha Peregino reviewed Bushkill Falls Red Trail

    5 months ago

    The waterfalls are stunning and the boardwalks allow you to get nice photos. You do have to pay to go hike which when looking at hiking sites wasn't mentioned. They do take credit cards. There is a gorgeous overlook and a nice long easy hike to the other falls and along the creek feeding the waterfalls. Sadly, even on a Wednesday there were a lot of loud noisy kids accompanied by their adult counterparts that took away from ambiance and enjoyment of nature. I believe there are 7 waterfalls total and some of the boardwalk was still being constructed from the winter storms. There are a good amount of steps that may be wet on the boards but they weren't to slippery or too steep.

    Elisha Peregino reviewed Trexler Border Trail

    5 months ago

    We did the trail loop backwards by mistake-- if you see one red post if you look across the path there is another. Looking at the building at the end of the path, the counting up mileage is to the right (beginning of trail) and the left marker is the end (mileage counts down). We took the red trail, to the orange and yellow back to the red--which was said to be 8.9 miles and came out to be more like 10.5miles from my garmin watch (the last 1.5 miles was rough). The extra mileage would be fine except it's a lot of going up and back down, so if you have bad ankles and knees wear appropriate gear. I hike often but was mentally not prepared from reviews to go for this hike. There is limited shade (aka almost none) it was 86 without a cloud in the sky and was pretty toasty/hot-dress appropriately, bring sunscreen, snacks and tons water (my 3L pack got me just to the end). The views were nice, tons of birds singing, wild flowers and we got to see a fawn still with all its spots. Mountain bikers also use this trail and we almost got taken out by them zooming down one of the steep soon to be ups for us. We only heard the spokes on the wheels from the first biker to get off the trail-they had some speed and it definitely wouldn't have ended well.

    Elisha Peregino completed Trexler Border Trail

    5 months ago

    Elisha Peregino completed Japanese Tea Garden

    9 months ago

    Elisha Peregino completed Mount Bonnell Trail

    9 months ago

    Elisha Peregino completed Ijams Nature Center Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Elisha Peregino completed Niagara Glen Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Elisha Peregino completed Thurmont Vista

    about 2 years ago