Join the largest community of outdoor enthusiasts.

Get Started
  • Stats
  • Activity
  • Completed
  • Recordings
  • Lists
  • Reviews
  • Photos
  • Profile
  • Recent Activity

    Ken Horne reviewed Fern Gully Scenic Area Bushwhack

    5 months ago

    Beautiful hike in a secluded area!! Once we finally found our way to the trail, we loved every minute of it. There are amazing rock structures, a crystal clear creek, lots of pine trees and gorgeous views. We were not disappointed! The trail itself was not very difficult but it was tough to locate the trailhead. Once you get to the parking area described by others, you will walk down what looks like an atv trail and look for the trail to go off to the right (up a hill). We missed it but eventually found our way. If we had been looking at the app, we probably wouldn’t have missed it. The trail is not marked well at all but occasionally you will see blue tape tied to trees showing the general direction.

    Ken Horne saved Alum Cove Trail

    5 months ago

    Ken Horne saved Piney Creek Trail

    5 months ago

    Ken Horne saved Lost Valley Trail

    5 months ago

    Ken Horne completed Tea Kettle Falls Trail

    5 months ago

    Ken Horne reviewed Hemmed in Hollow Trail

    8 months ago

    Beautiful falls, best after a hard rain. Bring lots of water on a hot day as the hike down is an hour and a half then you have to hike back up.

    Ken Horne completed Hemmed in Hollow Trail

    8 months ago

    Ken Horne reviewed Twin Falls Trail

    8 months ago

    I gave this trail a 5 star rating due to the absolute beauty of the area, the unmaintained natural look and the lack of people. for a beautiful video of this trail and the falls go here . . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuozGRgvezQ&t=9s
    This trail is for more hard core hikers as the trail is not marked and if you do not take a map and compass you will get lost and not find twin falls. just a tip to get to twin falls . . . when you reach the large campsite at the creeks edge you will then need to cross the creek go up and over the mountain and when you reach the creek follow it upstream till you come to the falls. (there are two identical creeks running parallel to each other separated by a mountain)
    otherwise if you continue to follow the creek you started on you will come to Richland creek falls (the wide falls).
    if you come to these falls first then cross the creek go up and over the mountain and follow that creek UP STREAM till you run into the falls.

    Ken Horne completed Twin Falls Trail

    8 months ago

    Ken Horne reviewed Lake Fayetteville Trail

    8 months ago

    This is a fun beginners trail for single track mountain bikers. The trail south of the lake is a bit more challenging due to roots and rocks, but overall a fun trail. there is a paved trail that runs close by and occasionally both trails will cross paths.

    Ken Horne completed Lake Fayetteville Trail

    8 months ago

    Ken Horne saved Twin Falls Trail

    8 months ago

    Ken Horne saved Crystal Bridges Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Ken Horne reviewed Devil's Den Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Very diverse terrain in such a small area. Great area for tent camping as well. Great mountain bike trails.

    Ken Horne completed Devil's Den Trail

    about 1 year ago