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Grayson Highlands Fall Foliage Hike (VERY GOOD FOR BEGINNERS)

From: Phil
Sent on: Thursday, October 5, 2017 9:18 AM

Hi everyone!

This hike is terrific for beginners or 'experienced/mature(?)' folks like me!

Beautiful scenery, cool days, cool nights, lots of animals.

Plenty of rides available for car pools.

It is a bit easier if you can leave Friday morning as opposed to evening due to the 7 hrs of driving.  But it's a fairly easy hike with headlamp if you arrive later.

An on-line map (with a print option) is available here:

Here is the video of last years trip (Oct 2016)

So, if you were sitting on the fence, please consider joining us.

The number of trips will start tapering off as the temps starting getting colder.

Remember, it's not about the miles (or shouldn't be) - it's about spending time with friends!

best regards,


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