All in all, this was a good trip, and it was nice to explore a new side of Shenandoah National Park. Too often, I default to the popular spots but I’ve been making an effort over the past year to explore more trails that I haven’t been on before.
Trip report for the February 2018 DC UL trip to the Cranberry Wildlife Management Area. Originally booked as a snowshoe trip, many adjustments had to be made as at first there was going to be no snow, then there was, and then it turned to rain.
After the usual RSVP fluctuations for a cold winter trip, Kyle, Joe M., Joe (Mtn F*ker), Stuart, Karan (B.A.), and I set out for Dolly Sods on Saturday morning There was no sign of winter (except for the frigid cold) until the last few miles of mountain driving. We were starting to think the past... Continue Reading →
While I thought that the Catskill's trip would have been a great trip, I couldn't stomach the ratio of driving to hiking, so opted for a closer trip which would also double for vetting Kyle for Utah. Steve has explained to me on a number of occasions that he doesn't plan trips leaving from Skyline... Continue Reading →