Grayson Highland Ponies

One of the biggest highlights of my weekend was the Grayson Highland ponies. Based on my research, the ponies were originally released into the park in the 1970s. The reason for releasing them was to control vegetation growth on the bald sections of trail. The ponies are considered wild but they did not seem toContinue reading “Grayson Highland Ponies”

Grayson Highlands & Mount Rogers Loop

My husband and I recently took a trip to Mouth of Wilson, Virginia to visit the Grayson Highlands. We stayed in a lovely¬† Airbnb (which I strongly recommend) that was just minutes from the park. It was a fantastic vacation. On our first full day in the park we hiked just shy of 14 miles.Continue reading “Grayson Highlands & Mount Rogers Loop”

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