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  1. Hogback Mountain (Loudoun County, Virginia) 204 m
  2. Furnace Mountain (Virginia) 891 m
  3. Sugarloaf Mountain (Maryland) 391 m
  4. Short Hill Mountain 440 m
  5. Raven Rocks 443 m
  6. Purcell Knob 1200 m
  7. Loudoun Heights (Mountain) 1180 m
  8. Lambs Knoll 536 m
  9. High Knob (Blue Ridge, Virginia) 728 m
  10. Catoctin Mountain 579 m
  11. North Mountain (Virginia-West Virginia) 510 m
  12. Quirauk Mountain 654 m
  13. Signal Knob (Virginia) 642 m
  14. Third Hill Mountain 662 m
  15. Sleepy Creek Mountain 580 m
  16. Pignut Mountain 773 m
  17. Timber Ridge 413 m
  18. Knob Mountain (Page County, Virginia) 872 m
  19. Bear Garden Mountain 1566 m
  20. Mary's Rock 1071 m

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Tai Mo Shan (大帽山)


Fall is the best time to hike Tai Mo Shan; especially right after a rainstorm, because you will be perched over a spectacular blanket of clouds. Hiking from the food/drink kiosk near the parking lot, following the road up to the to the summit will take about 45 mins to 1 hour. Not a very intense hike, but there will be some incline so bring water, good shoes, a rain jacket and sunscreen (this is Hong Kong's highest mountain, after all). Be warned in winter it can be quite cool on the mountain (6-16 degrees c with wind chill), and in summer direct, blisteringly hot sunshine bakes the mountain and the hiker. There is no cover whatsoever near the summit, and heat exhaustion could be a concern. Mind your feet; there are lots of cow patties everywhere. Be on the lookout for Wild Boar and Feral Cows that frequent the bottom half of the mountain.

After reaching the summit, and if you feel the need to cool down, hike about an hour down the mountain to one of Hong Kong's most spectacular hidden gems; Ng Tung Chai Waterfall for a dip in one of its 4 turquoise pools. All 4 are secluded in lush jungle and the Main Fall is over 30 meters high.

If you are well prepared, Tai Mo Shan grants majestical views of practically all of Hong Kong. The hike up is rewarding no matter what time of the year. It remains one of my favorite summits in Hong Kong. Bennett from HONG KONG - 21 Sep 2020

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Aspen Butte


There are two hiking routes to the scenic summit of Aspen Butte, one being the conventional longer hike and the second a shorter but more direct hike where using a GPS is very significant. I have done both of these hikes a large number of times.

The first one is starting from the Clover Creek trail head. From the clover creek road mile post 5.8, drive north on FS road 3852 for 3.3 miles to the trail head. Parking is available for 8 cars. Hike up the trail for 2 miles crossing tiny Clover Creek then continue another 0.5 miles to a sign on the right saying cut off trail. Follow this trail up hill for 1 mile. Turn right at the end of the cut off trail and follow the mountain lakes trail for 1 mile to a rocky pass with a good view. Turn right at the pass and follow the aspen peak hike for 1.1 miles to the summit. This trail has many markers and follows the ridge line. The distance from the TH to summit is 5.5 miles. A super view is found at the summit. Expect a whole day on this hike.

The second hike is more direct , but steeper and involves GPS navigation. Start at mile post 11 on Clover Creek roadend drive north on FS road 3828 for 7.5 miles to a junction at the top of a pass. Turn left on FS 760 for .7 miles and park on left side of road just before the road goes down and ends. Both these roads are good gravel roads and can traveled by any car, although it may be best to have a little high clearance in spots. From the trail head, walk down 50 yds on the road and look for trail rock markers. Follow these markers going north to the rim. You will need to mark your cars location to get back to your car. In one mile you will reach the rim. You should see Aspen Butte, then turn left for 0.5 miles to the summit. Total elevation gain is 1500ft in 1.5 miles. Time wise its 1.5 hrs. On the way down follow your track or go directly to your cars waypoint. Go towards the Little aspen butte. You will come out on the FS 760 road. This hike is shorter and takes a lot less time but is more complicated. hans kuhr from UNITED STATES - 20 Sep 2020

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Mount Olympus


Hi everyone,

I'm looking for some advice about hiking Olympus in early November as struggling to find information online! 4 of us are planning to climb Olympus in a 2 day period 7th - 8th of November 2020 and at the moment we are plannin to hike up to the Skolio Peak and then walk the ridge line to Mytikas.

I've seen lots of information on snow beginning to fall in November but unclear if we will need crampons or will we manage without - even if we only go to Skolio Peak? If we do need crampons, is there anywhere in Prionia/Litochoro that sells them?

We're hoping to take sleeping gear up with us and stay at one of the emergency shelters en route, is there an particular one that people would recommend based on experience?

And lastly, if due to poor weather conditions we were unable to get to Mytikas, would anyone recommend an alternative route or even an alternative peak to avoid snow/poor visibility?

B Bryony from UNITED KINGDOM - 16 Sep 2020

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