Hiking West Virginia
by Steven Carroll and Mark Miller (Falcon Guides)
© Steven Carroll and Mark Miller/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
I think the term, "will make a fit hiker sweat in the dead of winter" sums up this hike the best.
This hike is very difficult. You need to be in tip top shape to go up the 2000 feet, which occurs under a mile, and the rock hopping throughout the upper plains. Of course these plains are not like the midwestern plains with grass. These are plains filled with trees and spiky foliage and rocks; lots of rocks.
However, the reward of the views almost outbalance the pain of the hike... almost.
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