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Chris White reviewed Pase Point Trail
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Hiking

Just completed this trail today 8/4/20. Plenty of great scenery. The look off the point is excellent. Lots of mud though if ya go anytime soon. Great memories made with the family.

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Hiking

Fun, & very few people on it today, just after TS Isaias went thru further east. A good cardio hike, as someone else said, lots of ups & downs. Raining as we arrived at Split Rock, so not a great photo opportunity, but loved this hike.

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Haydyn O'Brien reviewed Seneca Rocks Trail
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Hiking

The trail is very well maintained. No worries about tripping on rocks. The path up is moderately difficult, if you hike a lot this is not too bad. There aren’t many views heading up, but the top is worth the hike. The observation platform is nice, but the view from the top of the rocks offers the best opportunity for amazing scenery. Getting up to the top of the rocks is difficult if not used to rock scrambling. Coming down is more difficult and often scooted my way down as there are crevices. Great hike overall!

Momma 2. reviewed Alice Knight Memorial Trail
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Hiking

several downed trees but beautiful views

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Adrienne Lynne reviewed Seneca Rocks Trail
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Hiking

Meh. This was my least favorite hike that we did on our trip to West Virginia. The gradual incline up the hill was a good work out... but we didn’t feel like we were hiking because the entire path was gravel. The viewing platform at the top was pretty, but nothing that can’t be seen on other mountainous hikes in the area. We were really hoping to get a good look at the rock fins, but signs advised us not to go past the platform so we didn’t venture far/ get to experience much. In my opinion, the better view of Seneca Rocks is at the store across the street when you’re driving to the trailhead. Also: We went on a Saturday and the path was extremely busy... we passed other parties every 3-4 minutes.

Hunter Bauer reviewed Raven Rock Trail
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HikingRocky
Krissy Reynolds reviewed Balanced Rock Trail
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HikingFloodedMuddy

The rocks are the best part! Please have a map; trail is not well marked. Pay attention to color and shape of blazes as a lot of the trails are connected. Also suppppppper muddy

Angela Roberts reviewed Rend Trail
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Hiking

Did this trail a couple of times now. Started in parking lot and crossed several bridges. It’s an easy trail.

Angela Roberts reviewed Cliffside Trail
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Hiking

Did this hike back in March 2020 had done before but was back in 2008. It’s an overall easy trail especially going to the cliff but coming back is up hill some but not difficult. Amazing views anytime of the year!

Jeff Christafore reviewed Raven Rock Trail
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Hiking

Nice hike to a beautiful view. Trail is rocky and has some elevation changes. We started on Roadside Trail from the lookout area.

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Rebecca Pilger reviewed Snake Hill Trail
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HikingGreat!

This trail has some great views. Not really marked well. We used the app a lot to stay on track.

Zoe Pollak reviewed Raven Rock Trail
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Rocky

Great trail if you want to take a not so long hike to see some views. Went around 1pm and there were very few people. Beautiful views but the powerlines kind of ruin it.

Eleanor Kearney reviewed Seneca Rocks Trail
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Noam Sasson reviewed High Knob Tower Trail
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Hiking

A little Rocky, beautiful hike on a cloudy day, almost 3 hours with kids (5,3) the view at the top of the tower worth the walk. A the x intersection take left/ up the hill and follow the signs.

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Nick Oliver reviewed Seneca Rocks Trail
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Hiking

Generally an easy trail that is covered in gravel — meh... The trail itself also remains extremely busy. Either way it’s a beautiful view up-top. We traveled past the observatory deck onto the rocks. It was incredible, but keep in mind it is dangerous. Kids and those that are scared of heights should remain at the deck.

Timothy-Lori McDole reviewed Blennerhassett Island
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Benny Island is always a treat! sternwheeler ride over, explore the mansion and hit the trail! Easy flat walk. Lots to see and explore!

Timothy-Lori McDole reviewed Mountwood Lake Trail Loop
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We took an impromptu trip today and did this trail. it was a great day for a hike! trail was clear, clearly marked and left me wanting to do another trip.

Peter Uhlir reviewed Perry Valley Loop Trail
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Guys I havent hiked this but turn left after the Wolf Gap campground on the road. There is a spring shooting out of a pvc pipe about 1/4-1/2 mile down the road.

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HikingOver grown

I agree with Dave’s post from 9 months ago. We attempted this trail the last week of July, 2020. It is not easy. Whomever rated this trail easy was in the middle of an April Fool joke. I think AllTrails should send a rep to re-evaluate the trail and take it off the list. The three sections are discontinuous. Riverside part was OK but one false step and you could be in the river. We bailed out of the middle section as it as very steep, up and down, narrow, and in some places you have to guess where the trail is. When the trail “disappeared” we had to negotiate a VERY steep drop to the road below, using tree roots to hang on. What a waste of time. The only positive aspect was its close proximity to the Bluestone Marina where we rented a boat for a glorious afternoon in the lake.

Katie Duke reviewed Headhouse Trail
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Hiking

First, I’d consider the Headhouse Trail to be moderate. It’s not for the faint of heart. Be aware that the return trip is all uphill and often steep. If you decide to proceed, you’ll find several crevices and caves to exlplore in the rocks, which is really fun. Slippery, but fun. The views into the woods below are very pretty. At the bottom, you see the old mine, which is really cool. The air coming out is cold and feels nice on a hot Summer day. The trip back up is no joke. Be prepared to sweat and get short of breath!

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Hiking

Tougher trail than we anticipated. It was a hot and humid August day. Not much to see til you approach Harpers Ferry. Very rocky in places. Bring lots of water to drink. Cool off at the river before heading back up for the return trip. Be ready for the climb back. Took longer than we expected, but better to take it slow than sprain an ankle.

Tabetha McKinney reviewed Flag Trail
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Hiking

Great Hike! I am still new at this but I am hooked!

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Jessie McKinney reviewed Flag Trail
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Hiking

this trail is a beautiful hike.

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Steve Held reviewed Maryland Heights Loop
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I didn't have time for the whole loop but I went from the trail head straight to the outlook over the river. This is a crowded but amazing hike! Challenging incline (that first mile... phew!), beautiful, shaded paths with lush green ground cover under tall tress. Great view of Harper's Ferry, Shenedoah River and both directions of the Potomac. I can't wait to return for the whole loop!

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OHV/Off Road Driving

Great ride but only for very experienced drivers!

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Dustin Logan reviewed Snake Hill Trail
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HikingGreat!
Renee Corbett reviewed Coopers Rock State Forest Loop
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Hiking

The beginning of the trail is a bit hard to find since it isn’t an official trail. The last 1.3 miles are quite boring because you walk on a path next to the road.

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Carolyn Outside reviewed Rend Trail
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A sign at the trailhead said that trestle 2 was declared critically deficient and would remain closed with barricades, but when we reached it, there were no barricades or any evidence that a barricade had been pushed off to the side. We assumed the sign was old and went across. We didn’t do the entire trail. At around mile 1.8 we went down the Arbuckle trail which was steep and rocky. At the bottom we explored a little ways up the trail on the left then turned around to continue back towards the car. If you like old railroads, there are lots of remnants on this part of the trail. We also crossed over the bridge partway towards Thurmond to get photos of the railway bridge and stood at the balconies along the bridge to take photos. Walked Thurmond rd to get back to the car which was at times unnerving because of the Ace busses barreling down the road super fast!! All in all very interesting trail and not crowded at all.

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