• Profile
  • Lists
  • Maps
  • Recordings
  • Completed
  • Stats
  • Reviews
  • Photos
  • Profile

    Member Since July 2018

    James Adams Pro-red@3x

    Asheville, North Carolina 

    Favorite Activities

    Recent Activity

    James Adams reviewed Woody Ridge Trail

    8 days ago

    Like every other review mentions this is a steep hike but nothing too bad as long as you take it slow and steady. My brother forgot his hiking shoes and after some consideration, he bucked up and did it in his flip flops. With that being said It's still no joke, two days later and my legs are still sore, The trail itself offers beautiful wooded scenery and there are a couple of openings with nice views before reaching the top. 10/10 would hike again.

    James Adams completed Woody Ridge Trail

    8 days ago

    James Adams saved Haymaker Trail

    3 months ago

    James Adams added Southside Park

    about 1 year ago

    James Adams added Bent Creek

    about 1 year ago

    James Adams added Bent Creek (rain delay)

    about 1 year ago

    James Adams added Bent Creek

    about 1 year ago

    James Adams added Up Sidehill

    about 1 year ago

    James Adams added Kitsuma

    about 1 year ago

    James Adams added Bent Creek

    over 1 year ago

    James Adams reviewed The Boogerman Trail

    over 1 year ago

    My partner and I hiked this trail today. It took approximately 4 hours for the entire loop. There were several creek crossings which slowed us down since we changed in and out of hiking shoes/sandals once we hit the creek crossings (there were 5 of these). The trail is in great shape and clean. We only saw two other couples so we essentially had it to ourselves. There was lots of shade, but no vistas other than the gorgeous forest and creeks. No fallen trees are blocking the path, probably the forest service has been out recently to take care of the downed trees mentioned in previous reviews. This is an excellent trail for a hot summer day when you want to be in the shade, but it'd be challenging in the colder months unless you bring waders. There doesn't appear to be any (established) campsites from what I could tell, although it could be done with some creativity (but not sure if allowed in this part of the park).

    James Adams completed The Boogerman Trail

    over 1 year ago