hiking
22 days ago

I enjoyed this trail The entire route took about 5 hours. But we weren't in any hurry. Just enough elevation to be a little challenging with plenty to see. I would definitely do this north to south

Amazing place. Plan on going back because I didn't have time to see everything

backpacking
1 month ago

1 month ago

I love this place! It takes you back in time with the wonder of just why these huge boulders are in the middle of nowhere! Real Ancient Aliens feeling! The trail is moderate and the rocks are pretty easy to climb up on. Even plenty of places to get under when the rain catches you out!

Hard to find. From intersection of 193 & Hog Jowl Rd drive about 2 1/2 miles south until you see Andrews Ln on your right. You want the next road to the left, but it"s hard to see and the road sign was down in mid February 2017. It's about 0.1 mile from Andrews Ln and changes from pavement to gravel to dirt with one shallow creek crossing. It's mostly one car width so watch & listen for cars coming the other way. Plenty of parking at the end (about one mile).

hiking
1 month ago

Went right after a storm and was great!

This trail was definitely tough but the views are worth it. Definitely bring your own water.

Even though it barely had any water running it was beautiful. I will be back once we are out of a drought.

Fun beautiful trails but GPS directions completely wrong.

Some of the best climbing and beautiful rock formations in the southeast

Great location for bouldering! There's also an awesome cave known as Petty Johns cave which is awesome to explore.

Hiked this with my 9 year old son. The boardwalk is nice, but only runs 1/10 of a mile or so. After that, there is a decent trail, but when it's wet, expect quite a few slips and falls. The waterfall at the end of the trail is cool, but with little kids, you're going to have to work to get there.

Nice, easy hike for the family on a beautiful spring day--azaleas and wildflowers all along the trail, along with amazing rock formations that were easy to get to.

Very unique place to hike took my chihuahua

on The Pocket Trail

hiking
1 year ago

Great hike for us with our 3 year old! Waterfalls were beautiful.

This hike is good when you have time to explore and climb. It's only a (scenic) one mile to amazing rock formations so not strenuous at all unless you climb and explore. You'll want to take lots of pictures.