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Ashley Jungen reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Very nice quick hike. A little rocky and the climb down to the falls was very steep and washed out so that was fairly tricky, but definitely worth it.

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Ryan Hardin reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Wet, muddy and slippery down to bottom of falls. Other part of trail all a nice open walk.

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Jeff Leftwich reviewed Gentry Creek Falls
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vishalbars132 vishalbars132 reviewed Appalachian Trail: 19E to Hump Mountain
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Jeff Leftwich reviewed Gentry Creek Falls
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Katelyn Smithberger reviewed Appalachian Trail: 19E to Hump Mountain
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I was really intrigued why there were so many ratings and it was still 5 stars — but after doing it I can honestly say it meets those expectations. It was absolutely beautiful from start to finish. I would rate it definitely moderate to hard — the incline is rough to get through at points. But overall I never felt lost or didn’t know where I was going, and the views are Breathtaking. Do not miss this hike. I drove 6 hours to try this one out, and not disappointed! I took my German Shepherd with me, and he did perfect, no issues with dogs .

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We leisurely hiked this, not all the way to Big Bald because we ran out of daylight, but we enjoyed the solidago field clearing & the trail was clear and well marked. We had it all to ourselves on a Tuesday afternoon.

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HikingGreat!

Nice trail for an overnight. Campsite and water at the state line. Last water to peak is about 3.5 miles in. You’ll want to fill up if planning to stay on the peak. I agree with the moderate rating. Will wear you out but not as tough as if coming from Carver’s gap

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Ricardo Tejeda reviewed Beartown Mountain
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Andrew Burns reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Great trail. Slight incline. Beautiful waterfall. But.. the last 50' down to the falls is quite difficult, especially with small children. Be careful.

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Alex Proctor reviewed Beartown Mountain
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The views from Beartown Mtn are very limited due to summer foliage. The highlight for me was the evergreen forest and the smell of Christmas trees. It's incredibly lush and magical. Hiking down to Beartown Mtn is a complete descent composed of switchbacks and rocky terrain. It's a good workout coming back up.

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Natalie Panther reviewed Gentry Creek Falls
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Leah Quintal reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Super short, but nice little falls. Don’t go on a weekend. Only room for 3 or 4 cars max.

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Nancy McGee reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Jeff Leftwich reviewed Gentry Creek Falls
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Jeff Leftwich reviewed Gentry Creek Falls
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Gigi Bettencourt Davison reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Easy gentle climb on a wide gravel trail. 1mile from the gate you will see an orange ribbon hanging from a tree branch on the left and a tree with a blue circle and a carved arrow pointing left on the side trail. Follow it down a short distance 1/4 mile or so until the last section which is a short but very narrow, muddy and slippy tree rooted section that steeply goes down to the fall. Small clear safe pool for a dip.

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HikingGreat!

Easy stroll on gravel roadbed to pretty little falls and pool. Nice addition if you happen to be in the area.

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Scott Densmore reviewed Toll House Gap to Carvers Gap
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I completed this while hiking from Carvers Gap to Roan High Bluff and back. There are no views until you reach Toll House Gap. But it was still quite enjoyable hiking up (and back down) through the thick forest of fir trees.

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Davey Woody reviewed Martin’s Creek Falls
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Awesome trail and waterfall. Everyone had a blast including my toddler once we made it to the falls. Only tough part is the direct descent to the bottom of falls but I did it with a baby carrier on.

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Kelly van Bronkhorst reviewed Appalachian Trail: 19E to Hump Mountain
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Amazing!

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Sandra Coward reviewed Gentry Creek Falls
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Labor Day weekend 2020. Thankful for my walking stick, Chacos and long sleeved tee shirt I decided to wear. Hiked Sat morning after a cold front moved through. This entire trail is in the trees so 55 degrees was a bit chilly. Outside of the 16 water crossings (one way) and the rocky, root riddled ground, this is an easy 4 mile out and back trail with a beautiful payoff. The water was flowing nicely so the falls were beautiful. This trailhead is easy to find and the trail is clearly marked with blue blazes/blue reflective triangles. We arrived at the trailhead at 0740 and arrived back at our vehicle at 1150. We didn’t see a soul until we were more than halfway back out. Was so nice to have the falls all to ourselves. Highly recommend!

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BackpackingGreat!

Beautiful hike. Nice steady climbs to make you feel like you got somewhere with some real pretty forest views before you get to the top of Big Bald. If you're backpacking, the best water source right on the trail that I saw was about 5 miles in.

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BRADLY WILLIAMS reviewed Toll House Gap to Carvers Gap
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Harder than expected. Balsa make it hot. Cold on top of the grassy ridge bald. Amazing views on clear days.

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Kelly van Bronkhorst reviewed Appalachian Trail: 19E to Hump Mountain
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gorgeous! quiet!

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