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    HikingAndExploring Instagram reviewed Tioga Falls Hiking Trail

    almost 2 years ago

    Trail is closed halfway. Barbwire across trail. No warning at trailhead its closed. No posting notice online. As of 2-4-17. Status may change in future. Drove three hours for nothing.

    HikingAndExploring Instagram reviewed Red River Gorge: Rock Bridge Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Popular and often busy hiking trail. Easy hike once you have descended into gorge. Water levels low in Summer and Fall season so Creation Falls is a dribble. Nice hike. No cliffs. See pics at

    HikingAndExploring Instagram reviewed Whittleton Branch Trail

    about 2 years ago

    Trailhead immediately across from start of Tunnel Road. Park alongside road in small pull off area on Tunnel Road side. Switch back down from trailhead to easy hike along stream. Well marked trail. Best to go after good rain when stream and couple waterfalls flow. Natural Bridge is cavarn like. Good add on hike to other hikes in area. see pics at

    HikingAndExploring Instagram reviewed Natural Bridge

    about 2 years ago

    Easy, short walk from welcome center down a paved path to a well defined trail. 40 minute round trip. As others have reported this natural bridge is like a tunnel. It does support a small paved road. Its was nice to visit and kill an hour of time waiting for X-Cave tour to start.

    HikingAndExploring Instagram completed Natural Bridge

    about 2 years ago

    HikingAndExploring Instagram completed Lick Creek Trail

    about 2 years ago

    HikingAndExploring Instagram reviewed John Holder Trail

    over 2 years ago

    Google maps is accurate to location. Resturant, parking and trail maps at trail head. Trail well maintained easy to follow. Most scenic portion of trail is stream bed area. Do have to walk in stream. If high water may be difficult. Most of trail is in forest along gorge ridge line. Foliage blocks views. Best to go when no leaves on trees.

    HikingAndExploring Instagram reviewed Lick Falls Trail

    over 2 years ago

    Do NOT put Lick Falls into Google search then use their map directions. You will windup down a dirty road meant for jeeps. Not good. Use AllTrails directions and go to Grayson Lake golf course. Campsite at end of drive. After guard building turn left then go to far back right camping culdesac. Trailhead sign is on right out of site at start of culdesac. Someone change trail name on sign to Lick Balls (from Falls). Trail is marked in blue for about mile. Intersects with Yellow marked trail to leading down to falls. Best view of falls is from a boat.