Shenandoah Hiking Pt. 2

Yesterday, I told you about the first half of my hike in Shenandoah. Today I have the rest of my photos and a few more stories. Staunton River Trail This portion of the trail was one of the most difficult I have done in quite some time. The ice storm that caused some damage earlierContinue reading “Shenandoah Hiking Pt. 2”

Shenandoah Hiking Pt. 1

A few weeks ago, I got up early and drove out to Shenandoah to do a solo hike. I got on trail at about 8am and ended up hiking for about 7 hours. My grand total ended up doing 13.1 miles and gained over 3,000 feet of elevation gain. I climbed two mountains (one IContinue reading “Shenandoah Hiking Pt. 1”

Shenandoah’s Tallest Peak

Over the weekend, I climbed Shenandoah’s tallest peak. The tallest peak in the park is called Hawksbill Mountain. While the trail to the top of the mountain is short, it is quite steep. We saw several hikers who had to take multiple breaks on the way up (including me, the Covid after effects are stillContinue reading “Shenandoah’s Tallest Peak”

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