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    Lindsey Brinklow reviewed Whitehouse Cliffs

    7 months ago

    short hike, easy to find a follow. First mile is relatively flat, last little bit is quite steep, poles do help for the way down. Nice view at the top with a log to sit on and enjoy a snack, would do again!

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Whitehouse Cliffs

    7 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow reviewed Devil's Hole

    8 months ago

    Started at sleeping bear trail head, connected to Hawksbill Mountain, then walked the ridge to the top and the Devil's Hole trailhead. Trail is not marked, and can be a little tricky to find sometimes. The hike up and down the ridge is steep, but not too long. Hiked this trail in the fall, so the leaves made the trail a bit slippery, hiking poles definitely helped. Great camping spot at the bottom near the water for those who are backpacking.

    Lindsey Brinklow reviewed Hawksbill Mountain Trail

    8 months ago

    Great view at the top. Several parking spaces at the trailhead and room along the road for parallel parking. Trail is not marked, but it is well travelled and easy to follow. Steady, but not too strenuous of a climb to the top, be sure to take a left when you get to the T-junction in the trail. Left goes to Hawksbill, right goes to Devil's Hole.

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Devil's Hole

    8 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow reviewed Elk Knob Summit Trail

    8 months ago

    Well marked and we'll maintained trail. to two good views at the top. Steady uphill climb the whole way, but plenty of benches along the way, and a nice view about half way up. Easy to find with plenty of parking at the trail head, would do again!

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Fire Tower Loop

    9 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Roaring Branch Trail

    9 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow reviewed Dickey Knob Trail

    9 months ago

    Nice little hike, fairly gradual the whole way up. There isn't much of a view at the very top, but a few hundred yards before you reach the top there's an opening with a good view of the valley, all they need is a bench there and it would be a perfect spot to stop and take in the view! The trailhead is kind of tucked behind site #6 in Raccoon Branch campground, just keep right at the first few forks and you'll hit the trail no problem.

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Dickey Knob Trail

    9 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow added November trip

    9 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Petes Branch Falls

    9 months ago

    Lindsey Brinklow saved Rye Patch

    about 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Higgins Creek Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow saved Big Butt Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Little Stony Falls Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow followed Jessica MacHue

    over 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow saved Lindy Run Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow completed Warriors Path Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Lindsey Brinklow reviewed Overmountain Victory Trail: Hampton TN to Yellow Mountain Gap NC

    over 1 year ago

    Wonderful trail! Started at the Hampton Creek Natural Area trailhead in Tennessee and hiked to Yellow Mountain Gap NC. Steady uphill most of the way to the top. Took the red trail up, it closely follows the creek, and meets back up with the Overmountain Victory Trail. Trail can be hard to distinguish at times for this portion, but it is well marked with red flags on the trees. Once back on the Overmountain trail it is a lot of two-tracks. This is also well marked with white triangles on the trees or brown posts. First portion of the trail goes through active farm lands. Did come across the farmers as they were herding their cows. They were actually the ones that suggested we try the red trail up! This description says no dogs, however, the rules at the trail head say pets are allowed, but must be on leash. We brought our dog, kept him leashed and there were no issues going through the farmlands, the cows mostly just watched us as we passed through! There is a shelter at the top, great place to stop for a break. Overall, it was a great hike, and good views!