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It was formally known as Fort Edward Johnson and was built to protect Staunton, VA during the Civil War. The trail head for the 7 mile Shenandoah Mountain Trail also starts here but because of the weather we didn't do that one.
It started to...More
Small parking area, Walk up a steep fire road with private land on either side. Always stay to the left except at the top where you turn right (there is a sign). The top is a bit of a scramble to get up on the...More
Braley Pond is in the George Washington National Forest. It offers several trail heads, a camp site, a picnic area, and a fully stocked pond. The campground is supposed to be the most haunted one in Virginia. The pond isn't very big and it isn't...More
I had my pedometer on so the miles are accurate in this review
We started at the rt 311 parking lot. We took the full hike to McAfees Knob. Total distance was 4.85 miles 1 way from parking lot to top. We walked at a...More
Drove through this beautiful forest from our hotel in Woodstock, VA to Luray. Roads were well kept, lots of wildlife as well so keep a watchful eye. I definitely recommend this place especially in the fall!
Between Lewisburg, WV towards Bathe. We made our way to Clarksburg, WV.
The scenery and the roads were great through the forest. A stream runs beside most of the road. There were a lot of pull offs to stop and get out and play in...More
I hiked Appalachian trail to McAfee knob which was a unique and outstandin experience. Hike is not too long (4 miles), not too steep. When you reach knob the view is really breath taking. Words cannot describe, so all I can say is put your...More