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Renee Pusser reviewed Corbin Cabin Trail
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If you go from the parking, down to cabin and take that route back up your in for a serious incline workout. If you didn’t have a goal, it would feel a bit silly. Started too late in the day. But the cabin was so precious. The area peaceful you can understand why a home was chose there. If you look closely there is an old cemetery with the ancient rock burial technique. I will definitely return seems like a special place, that also kicks your but to get to.

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Susan Cusher reviewed Rose River Trail
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Nice falls after an autumn rain! Very green and lush.

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Juan Andres Arteaga Serrano reviewed Hawksbill Gap Loop via Appalachian Trail
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Christina Scaglione reviewed Marys Rock via Pinnacle Picnic Grounds
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Very foggy day, unable to see what I assume to be great views. Mary’s Rock was VERY crowded. You pass Byrd’s Nest Shelter along the way (with a bathroom.)

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Christopher Fry reviewed Rose River Trail
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Very popular trail with lots of people. Too cloudy to see any views at Mary's Rock. Trail is in good condition and is a fairly moderate hike. Would like to do it again when it's clear and there aren't many people congesting the trail.

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Foggy and crowed, great trail despite these things. I asked my best friend to marry me!

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Gina Palladino reviewed Blackrock Trail
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Missed a turn and my 9 miles turned into 14 real quick beautiful hike with several large waterfalls. The leaves are just starting to change too!!

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Kim Overholt reviewed Rose River Trail
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Took the advice to counterclockwise and didn’t see anyone on trail until the summit. Coming down the trail I saw a few people going up and a black ear crossed the trail ahead of me. The trail has a lot of gravel and larger stones in some sections so watch your footing. But the trail overall is quiet, peaceful, and the view at the top is great.

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Eric Ho reviewed Story of the Forest Trail
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Richard Lovegrove reviewed Rose River Trail
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As others have said, do this loop clockwise. One reward is hiking toward a series of gorgeous cascades on Hogcamp Branch on a moderately challenging trail. The two falls are great. And there's history. Remains of an old copper mine, and you finish on a portion of the old Gordonsville New Market Turnpike.

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Richard Lovegrove reviewed Hawksbill Gap Loop via Appalachian Trail
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Do the loop from lower Hawksbill counterclockwise. If you just do the out and back, you miss the nice hike on the AT. Great view of Old Rag at the top.

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Great hike! Parking was available off of skyline. We went counterclockwise and we managed to do the full loop in about 6 1/2 hours.

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Jessica Lynn reviewed Rose River Trail
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AllTrails User reviewed Hawksbill Summit Trail
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The White Oak /Cedar Run Loop has been one of our favorites for several decades. If you take the horse trail / fire road it's about 9 mi. This could be extended if you go up to the AT or use the Limberlost trails near the Skyline Drive. If you start from the bottom there are numerous falls that you can see as you ascend White Oak trail. It is a very popular highly traffic trail and unfortunately many hikers are not aware or considerate of precautions during the pandemic. A few overlooks allow hikers to look down the valley to the mountains beyond. Today we took the fire road / horse trail linking the two. From White Oak it is a gradual up hill road through a forested region. There were no other hikers on this section. Cedar Run trail follows a stream along almost its entire length. There are some nice falls but not quite as impressive as those on White Oak. The footing along this trail tends to be more difficult when descending. In the past it has been challenging if wet or if it had many fallen leaves on the path. For this reason we prefer to ascend the Ceder Run and come down White Oak but you do miss some of the visual effects of looking up at the falls if you go in that direction.

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Joshua Sweeney reviewed Rose River Trail
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Great hike around Rose River loop and some great views of some of the waterfalls. Little bummed and confused as to why pets aren’t allowed on Dark Hollow Falls trail, but still had a good time!

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Ken Dickie reviewed Rose River Trail
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