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Great Trail. Well marked & used. Great rocks for climbing, repelling, and bouldering. Climbs the mountain to top about 500' gain, then heads out along the top of the mountain until it hits Center Point Knob.

Joins the Appalachian Trail at Center Point Knob (about 1.5mi from trail head)

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Mike Gouse (136)

1 Completed2 Reviews

Great little hike with nice views and some challenges on the way all in all very nice

Clarke Woods (48)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Trail was well marked. Beautiful scenery from the rocks at the top. Saw three Hawks while we rested on the rocks.

Carly Dugan (67)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Charles Spangler (154)

4 Completed4 Reviews

Beautiful trail. Great hiking and lots of great views. The rocks are fun to climb as well. Definately a trail worth hiking again and again!

Courtney Andrews (104)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Beautiful views! The terrain was super fun to maneuver. I would definitely recommend it!

Michael Roberto (102)

2 Completed1 Reviews

Mike Gouse (136)

1 Completed2 Reviews

Awesome hike.first time there was a good workout for me and the dogs!shady going over the tops of the rocks with dogs but on a good nite there are side trails to go around instead of over.all in all a great hike.views will be much better in the fall.

Aaron Brown (165)

5 Completed2 Reviews

I love this rail. No matter how many times I hike this trail, it never gets old. It's like a little rock climbing adventure! I give this trail five stars.

Tom Massing (2483)

33 Completed21 Reviews

Nice hike. Moderate over rocks at top. Easier rout is from the trail head via map. From the Boiling Springs AT Trail head it is 3.2 miles to the West side trail head. Approx .7 mi to peak from that site. Not really much to see if you continue to the parking lot. Down side is it is 2 miles through an exposed corn field to get to this trail head.