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|1. Hogback Mountain (Loudoun County, Virginia)||6. Catoctin Mountain|
|2. Furnace Mountain (Virginia)||7. Quirauk Mountain|
|3. Sugarloaf Mountain (Maryland)||8. Signal Knob (Virginia)|
|4. Short Hill Mountain||9. Third Hill Mountain|
|5. Raven Rocks||10. Pignut Mountain|
|6. Purcell Knob||11. Sleepy Creek Mountain|
|7. Loudoun Heights (Mountain)||12. Timber Ridge|
|8. Lambs Knoll||13. Knob Mountain (Page County, Virginia)|
|9. High Knob (Blue Ridge, Virginia)||14. Mary's Rock|
|10. North Mountain (Virginia-West Virginia)||15. Bear Garden Mountain|
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“I am 57 year old, non-hiker, Casual Walker. This was a good hike that took some effort. I think "The average hour" to hike mountain this applies to a young more fit crowd and certainly to Ironman-types who we saw run up the mountain. But it can be done at my age and older! Some had walking sticks which I could see being both helpful and a hindrance on some parts of the trail. Wearing light-weight knit pants, long-sleeved shirt, and Keen brand closed-toe trail shoes seemed sufficient. The more traction the better as there is some slippery gravel parts. It was a nice partly sunny day with a chance of rain in mid-July. At one point, I stripped down to my tank top as I got warm. We took many rest tops to enjoy the fabulous views, take pictures, and catch our breath. The railroad tie steps were steep and we felt that was the hardest part of the ascend. I brought raisins, banana, and water and consumed all while on the trail. Hikers brought their dogs with them who seemed to enjoy the hike. There were toddlers in back packs and young children though I did not see children climbing the last 500 ft of rocky trail. We needed more than a hour to make it to the top. We fell shy of the top (being on a 1 hour time clock with our shuttle) by about 400 feet where the hand-over-hand rock climb began. From reports from those who took the short cut(s), it was much more difficult than following the trail with some difficult, hand-over-hand rock climbing. The descent was easy and fun and took less than 30 minutes. I seriously can't wait to do this again!!”
Cheryl from UNITED STATES - 20 Jul 2014
We were on the Sheep Glacier route from June 20th through the 27th, of 2014. Diurnal showers every day for the duration would severely limit our visibility, especially after 2pm or so. Mornings tended to be drier with better visibility, especially below 10,000'. After summiting on the 24th, a system moved in from the SE of Mt. Sanford and we received a solid 24" of snow in a 24 hour period at our 13,000' camp. Be prepared to navigate in poor visibility or you will not move on days like that. We wanded the entire route but heavy snow was enough to bury many wands. Bring a GPS. Best map resource I could find was the Gulkana A-1/B-1 from 1959, printed them out at Fedex Office, seemed pretty accurate. Also be aware that magnetic variation has changed a lot, it is now roughly 20 degrees East.
Trip report can be found at the Summit Sensations website.
John Stevens from UNITED STATES - 18 Jul 2014
“Welcome! I am Hassan Fadil and I invite you to experience the beauty of my land and people. Please let me be your guide for amazing adventures in Morocco. I am a travel guide in the Atlas Mountains and Sahara Desert of Morocco. I have graduated as a mountain guide from “Centre de Formation et Metier aux Metiers de Montagne de Tanbant”, based in Ait Bougmaze. I speak English, French, Arabic, and of course Berber. I was born and raised in the High Atlas Mountains, I am an educated, single man and have 5 brothers. I welcome you all to experience the beautiful land and culture of my people. It will be my honour to show you the ways and marvels of the High Atlas and the Sahara Desert. I have put together a range of tour itineraries that I think can give you the best experience of morocco, whether you are looking for comfortable culture journey or an adventurous challenge. These tours are suitable for individuals, families and groups. I based all our tours on simple tourist class hotel accommodation. They may include camping and other accommodation depending on the itinerary. Please feel free to contact me for further information about my tours. You can do this by email email@example.com or direct by telephone +212652618904.
Our trekking start from 2 days to get to summit of Toubkal 4167m to 2 weeks.
Crampons and ice axes may be required on some of the days, but this Atlas Mountain trek is designed to be non-technical and achievable by those who are enthusiastic and fit, even if they are new to winter walking.
for more informations please visit my website: amazing-toubkal-trek.com
I hope to welcome you in Morocco soon!”
Fadil Hassan from MOROCCO - 18 Jul 2014
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