Tag: Shenandoah National Park

Mary’s Rock

At just over 3 miles, Mary’s Rock is a short hike but yet manages to provides a good work out, offers expansive views from the summit, and is very pet-friendly. ROUTE SUMMARY The trailhead is at the end of the Meadow Spring parking area… Continue Reading “Mary’s Rock”

Appalachian Trail – Four Years Later

The Appalachian Trail will always be a special place for me. I hiked thru hiked the Trail four years. From March to September, I slowly made my way north over three seasons hiking through 14 states, climbing countless mountains, taking some iconic photographs and… Continue Reading “Appalachian Trail – Four Years Later”

Old Rag

Old Rag is extremely popular among D.C. area hikers – new and experienced! The popularity of this hike is well-earned not just because of the nearly mile long boulders that require jumping, crawling and even climbing, but also because of the many beautiful views… Continue Reading “Old Rag”