We did this trail in June 2017, it was a 1.4 mile hike that was pretty steep and difficult. The path was pretty narrow and at least in the summer there was a LOT of folks going up and down.
In August 2017, the husband and I trekked over to see the Natural Bridge. This is more of a tourist thing than a "hike and backpack" trip, but it is still worth the trip. This was before Covid, so make sure you check the state park's webpage first before traveling. The hiking map is here. … Continue reading Natural Bridge State Park
In June 2017, the husband and I took our vacation up to Fallingwater at Mill Run, Pennsylvania. There was both the indoor and the hiking tour outside, this post will only cover the outside. The Bear Run Nature Reserve map is here. It's about a mile trip surrounding the house and you have a guide, … Continue reading Fallingwater
In August 2019, my Mom wanted to go to the highest mountain within Virginia, so a quick Google check led me to Mount Rogers. The drive was pretty long and roads are very rural once you get close, so keep that in mind when wanting food and gas. But the views were magnificant. This was … Continue reading Grayson Highlands State Park