Having problems finding a crag or a route?
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Just wanted to get some input. Where is your favorite trail to run and where is your favorite place to camp (not a camp ground where you pay like Miguels, koomer ridge ect., but actual camping in the woods.)
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Whittleton Trail from Whittleton CG is nice. Somehow I always end up running it when its raining though.
Auxier Ridge is a nice run too.
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Hood's Branch from the skylift up to Natural Bridge.
Rough Trail to Gray's Arch and on to Rush Ridge Trail to get back to the road.
If it's really wet, Rock Bridge loop is paved for part of the way.
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Germany sucks. costs too much. go out pinch 'em tight and do the loops. so much foot traffic makes for good surface.
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