Limberlost Trail in Shenandoah National Park
Limberlost Hiking Trail
Today we're at Shenandoah National Park in Virginia hiking the Limberlost hiking trail. This trail is perfect for kids or people who don't want to and aren't able to hike the more strenuous hikes for whatever reason. It's a nice gravel path with very minimal hills and is handicap accessible! A 1.3 mile trail that takes you on a nice journey through the woods to see wildlife and beautiful flowers.
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Massanutten Storybook Trail
The Massanutten Storybook Trail is located on Waterfall Mountain, on the Massanutten complex in western Page County, between the historic towns of New Market and Luray. The trailhead is easy to reach, as it is located off a narrow but paved forest service road. The trail itself is also paved and is wheelchair accessible. The trail is only about a quarter mile in length and is flat with no elevation gain. It leads to an outstanding overlook. The view is to the east, looking out over parts of the Shenandoah Valley with Shenandoah National Park in the distance. The trail gets its name from the numerous informational signs along the path which explain the geological history of the Massanutten formation. I stopped by this trail on my way to another hike in the area. The family friendly trail would also be an easy, quick leg stretcher for those passing through the area on nearby Interstate 81. Thanks for watching!
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Fawn, Limberlost Trail, Shenandoah Nat. Park
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Easy hikes/walks around Shenandoah National Park, VA: Limberlost Trail, Big Meadows, and Upper Hawksbill Trail to Summit. Recorded with Google Glass XE-C, May 2015. Compare with previous #throughglass video from Shenandoah in November:
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Stoney Man Trail
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Hiking the Stoney Man Trail at Skyland in Shenandoah National Park. This trail takes about 2 1/2 hours to complete and is what I would call a moderate trail not requiring great physical strength or ability. Although there are a few long steep hills that you have to hike up and you should bring plenty of water and be in reasonable heath if you plan to hike this trail. The views once you reach the top are well worth the climb and must be stunning in the fall when the leave are in full color.
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Hiking the Limberlost Trail
This weeks video is a little different than what I have been sharing recently. This is a recreation of one of my family home videos. My Dad always had a video camera with him when my siblings and I were growing up. A lot of those home movies were scripted. A lot of the fed lines were very silly.
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Hiking in Shenandoah National Park - Stony Man
Join me and my family as we do the Stony Man hike in Shenandoah National Park (SNP). SNP is a great park located here in the beautiful state of Virginia in the Blue Ridge Mountains. SNP is located within 1.5 hours of our nations capital. Take time to enjoy and appreciate the beautiful world around us!
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Still pics and HD video of two short hikes at the Skyland Resort in Shenandoah National Park. One hike is to Millers Head Lookout and the other hike is to the summit of Stonyman Mountain.
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Hike to Millers Head View Point and Bushytop Microwave Station - Shenandoah National Park
At 3760 feet, Bushytop is an easy hike from the parking lot at the Amphitheater at Skyland. The Appalachian Trail also runs very close to the trail head. If you follow the service road to the top where it dead ends, you can meet up with the Millers Head Trail. There is also a trail that pretty much parallels the road and is accessible from the parking lot. Atop Bushytop is a microwave relay and the trees have been cut down to prevent blockage (while providing limited views). Although clearly marked, we somehow missed where the trail head was. Either way, it is about 0.2 miles to the top of Bushytop. The Millers Head viewpoint is an additional 0.6 miles down a rocky trail with switchbacks. The viewpoint at Millers Head is nice and provides a good view of the surrounding valley. This trail is fairly easy and only 1.6 miles out and back. That being said, it is a bit steep and the closeness to the road and easy access may entice people with health or physical issues to attempt it. Remember, if you go down, you need to come back up!! The elevation loss between Bushytop and Millers Head is about 400’.
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Hiking Millers Head Trail with Bushy Top Observation - Shenandoah National Park
This hike takes place in Shenandoah National Park (SNP), and reaches the summit to Millers Head observation point while passing over Bushy Top and the Bushy Top observation point. This is an out and back on an easy trail that offers great views towards SNP’s highest point, Hawksbill Mountain (4,050 Ft) and west across the Shenandoah Valley towards the Massanutten range.
Starting in the Skyland area in the central section of the SNP, you will want to park near the Amphitheater (see the map listed in the links below) to access the trailhead. This easy out and back is ideal for children, and those who are interested in a quick hike that has great views. The trailhead is easily accessible in the Skyland Resort.
Route (out and back): Millers Head Observation Point trail.
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Distance: 1.6 miles
Elevation: 597 feet (total)
Max Slope: 47.4%
Time: 50 minutes
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