On October 1, 2007, a Rock Outcrop Management Plan and Environmental Assessment for Shenandoah National Park was released for public review.
At least 17 of 20 known, card-carrying members of the Potomac Appalachian Trail Club, an organization recognized for its non-terrorist activities, brazenly met in public within the confines of Shenandoah National Park on Saturday, May 31st at Dundo Picnic Grounds.
The summit of Little Calf Mountain is clear, making it a great place from which to admire spectacular scenery. How is it kept that way?
An astonishingly large crew of nine people turned out on yet another hot day to dig in the dirt on the Appalachian Trail going north from the Ivy Creek crossing.
When Benton MacKaye first put out his idea for an Appalachian Trail back in 1921, he already had in mind the mechanism for building and maintaining the trail. He called it “an undeveloped power—our spare time.”
The Flying McLeods will be joined on our next worktrip by a group of Honor Society students from Riverheads High School who are involved with Trail to Every Classroom (TTEC).
There’s never a dearth of things to do, to see, to experience, in the South District of Shenandoah National Park.